8 magical PPT tips (1)

Published time: 2019-12-06

1. Custom slide size Many people may have no idea about slide size and PPT layout size. It is recommended that you understand the audience's reading habits or the projection size of the machine before production. Otherwise, when playing a PPT, the ratio is not consistent with the projector resolution ratio, leaving ugly black borders on the top and bottom or left and right of the screen.
The most common in PPT are the standard 4: 3 and widescreen 16: 9 sizes.

Custom slide size: select [design]-[custom]-[slide size]-[custom slide size], and then set the required size, the specific operation is as follows:


2. Increase the number of times to return. Regret medicine "Ctrl + Z" is a shortcut key for undoing the previous operation. It is one of the most popular shortcut keys for office operations. However, everyone who commonly uses PowerPoint knows that the system's default undo operation limit is 20 times. So, is there a way to increase the number of revocations?
Method: Click [File]-[Options], select the "Advanced" option, and enter the number of cancellations in the "Maximum Cancelable Operations" list box. (Note: The maximum number of operations that can be cancelled is 150 times)


3.New blank layout

Slides in PPT come with two placeholders by default. When you create a new page, these placeholders appear again. How to do?
Most people will do this: select two text boxes, press [Delete key] on the keyboard to delete, leave a blank page, and then start making PPT on the blank page.

The efficient method is: [Start]-[New Slide]-[Blank] or right-click on the page in the left navigation space and select [Layout]-[Blank]. After changing the layout, press [Enter] to create a new slide, and the page will be blank.

4. English case switch With the acceleration of internationalization, PPT design has also embarked on the road of internationalization. The application of English in PPT can be seen everywhere. Then, such a problem arises.
A bunch of English words and sentences with inconsistent capitals. Many people still only modify it manually? Extremely inefficient. In fact, PPT has long been able to automatically switch between English and Chinese capitalization, but it has been largely ignored.
Method: Click [Start]-[Font]-[Change Case] ​​button, there are 5 modes in the pop-up menu, just select the required mode.

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