How to Change the Vertical Alignment of your Presentations?

powerpoint-presentation-28968585Typically, the themes in PowerPoint are usually either horizontally aligned (left, center or right) or vertically aligned between the top and the bottom of a text placeholder. But if you want to make your PowerPoint presentations more polished and pleasing to the audience’s eyes, which way do you go?

One recommendation by Ellen Finkelstein is you top-align your slide titles. This way, the title always gets to start in the exact same place whether they take up just one line or two.

So how does one change the vertical alignment of the slides for the whole presentation? Well, don’t fret because it;s pretty easy. You don’t have to do it one slide at a time. You can change the whole thing all at once at the Slide Master.

Please go to this link for the instructions: How to top or bottom align slide titles


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