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How to Put a Picture Behind Text in Powerpoint 2010

While you may have already discovered how to add text boxes or how to add pictures to a slideshow in Microsoft Powerpoint, you may have run into problems where a picture is overlapping some text and making it impossible to read. Fortunately, you don’t need to adjust the order in which you add elements to … Read more

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How to Show the Date and Time at the Bottom of Each Slide in Powerpoint 2010

Some of the presentations that you will create in Powerpoint 2010 are time or date-sensitive. Whether this is because the presentation is updated on a regular basis, or because your audience needs to see the date and time on the slides, there are several reasons why you might be looking for a way to include … Read more

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How to Add Alt Text to a Picture in Powerpoint 2010

Many of the pictures that you encounter on the Internet include something called alternate text, or “alt text.” This is a description of the picture that is added to it which allows a screen reader, as well as some other mechanisms, to be able to determine the contents of the picture. This is very common … Read more

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How to Add Keywords to Document Properties in Powerpoint 2010

Files can really start to accumulate on a computer after you have been using it for a while, especially if you have to create and edit documents on a daily basis. While you may have a good organization system in place to find files when you need them, you might be looking for a method … Read more

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How to Make Powerpoint Portrait in Powerpoint 2010

Last updated: March 12, 2019 The default orientation in Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 is landscape, but that may not always be the best choice for every slideshow that you create. Occasionally you might have a lot of slides with long lists or tall pictures, which suits itself better to slides with a portrait orientation. Powerpoint 2010 … Read more

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How to Change Where Slide Numbers Start in Powerpoint 2010

Powerpoint presentations are often a collaborative work that can be broken into multiple parts. The individual parts can then be combined into one large slideshow that is presented as a group. But it can be confusing for your Powerpoint audience if the page numbering continues to reset at 1 for each section, so you will … Read more

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How to Add a New Section in Powerpoint 2010

Powerpoint presentations with a large number of slides can quickly become difficult to manage. The default layout of the program only shows a handful of slides in the Slides pane at one time, which can make it difficult to locate the correct slide amidst a lot of slides that may all look similar. Powerpoint 2010 … Read more

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How to Convert a Powerpoint Into a PDF in Powerpoint 2010

Creating and editing files in Powerpoint 2010 provides you with a lot of ways to customize the content and appearance of your slideshows. But once you have finished creating your presentation you might be looking for an easier way to distribute it. Presentations that are sent in the Powerpoint file format can be easily edited … Read more