1.Screen zoom adjustment
When making a PPT, a single slide usually contains multiple elements, and the elements are very different. When we need to fine-tune small specific elements in the slideshow, this is undoubtedly more troublesome. Therefore, what we often do is: enlarge the editing area of the slideshow to make fine adjustments to specific objects. But directly dragging the view lever will zoom by the center point of the screen instead of a specific object.
Using the above method, you will also drag the scroll bar on the right or bottom of the interface for precise positioning, which is too much trouble.
The efficient method is: first select the object, then hold down Ctrl + drag the view lever.
2. Create a fixed color card
For PPT, colors directly set the tone for the entire slide. Therefore, to avoid the loss of look and feel caused by improper color matching. When making a PPT, we usually use the color card and use the color picker to quickly suck the color to the PPT.
Efficient method: Just put the color card into the master, so that each page of the slide will have a fixed color card for us to learn.
3.New blank layout
Open the PPT. By default, there are two placeholders on the first page of the slideshow. And when we create a new page, these placeholders appear again. These layouts often limit the freedom of PPT layout when setting PPT.
Therefore, many people will: select two text boxes, press [Delete key] on the keyboard to delete, leaving a blank page, and then start making PPT on the blank page.
Efficient method: [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.