Another Great Tip When Using PowerPoint

Did you know that here are 101 advanced techniques that PowerPoint users ought to know about? Yes, and they are all very crucial to having great presentations. One of which I find very useful is this tip below. It’s simple and easy to do, yet not a lot of people know about:
– Properly selecting among overlapping objects
We often make use of numerous objects on our PowerPoint slides. When it comes to selecting which one to use or edit, time is wasted when we can’t seem to click on the right object, and click the text box instead. So how do we do this?
– Select any of the objects then press the Tab key. PowerPoint will then select another object. Just continue to do this until you get to select and edit the object you want.

Instead, select any object and press the Tab key. PowerPoint selects another object on the slide. Continue to press the Tab key as PowerPoint selects object after object until the object you need is selected.

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