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Working with Text in PowerPoint 2002

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While adding and formatting text in PowerPoint are fairly straightforward tasks, choosing the appropriate fonts, colors, and effects for your presentation is often more difficult. Become familiar with the sophisticated text formatting and customization options PowerPoint offers, as well as the automation it provides if you're in a hurry or have limited design skills.
This sample chapter is excerpted from Special Edition Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2002.
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Understanding PowerPoint's Text Capabilities

Adding and formatting text is a fairly straightforward task in PowerPoint. What's often more difficult is choosing the appropriate fonts, colors, and effects for your presentation. PowerPoint offers sophisticated text formatting and customization options, and it also provides a great deal of automation if you're in a hurry or have limited design skills. When you're done adding text to your presentation, you can verify that its spelling and style are error free with PowerPoint's spelling checker.

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