Problem on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

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Hi,

I have a problem with my Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Whenever I type a sentence and some of it goes into the next line, it does not begin in the same indented position as the primary line. I still need to place some spaces before the first word of the succeeding lines in order to align it. Can anybody help me with this problem? Any response will be greatly appreciated.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116090

Problem on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

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In PowerPoint 2010 the particular issue which you are experiencing currently occurs when trying to adjust paragraphs. This will lead to extra spaces and uneven lines.

In order to rectify these type issues, Microsoft has added options such as “Paragraphs Level Adjustment Buttons”. This option will enable you to properly adjust your text boxes in PowerPoint 2010.

Follow the Instruction On how to use the “Paragraphs Level Adjustment Buttons”;

Step 1. Click the Text box, which the adjustment is requires

Step 2. Select Text where you want to change the Indent Levels  

Step 3. Now click the “Home” tab

Step 4. Now you if you want to Increase Indent level you can click on “Increase List Level”, or to decrease indent level you can click on “Decrease List Level” according to your requirement.

This will help you to resolve your issue with Powerpoint 2010.

Answered By 0 points N/A #116091

Problem on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

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Hello Whitney,

                           Apparently the problem seems to be with either the very first line or the subsequent lines. Are you sure you do not intentionally put some spaces before you start writing the first line? If you don't then you should be getting rest of the lines in order when you press enter at the end of first line. If you don't there indent buttons on the top to indicate the system how it should align the subsequent lines. You should make sure that you do the following and hopefully it would solve itself.

I hope that was helpful.

Abe.

Answered By 0 points N/A #116092

Problem on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

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Nice.. Now I got it..

Thank for these steps

 

Step 1. Click the Text box, which the adjustment is requires

Step 2. Select Text where you want to change the Indent Levels  

Step 3. Now click the “Home” tab

Step 4. Now you if you want to Increase Indent level you can click on “Increase List Level”, or to decrease indent level you can click on “Decrease List Level” according to your requirement.

I guess I need to read more about Power Point Features.

 

Thanks Mr Ace

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