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Insert a Text Box

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Before you can add text to a PowerPoint slide, you must first create a text box.

Insert a Text Box

1. Go to the slide which you would like to add the text box to.

2. Click the Insert menu and select "Text Box" from the menu that appears.

3. Click and drag on the slide until you get the size you want for the text box.

4. Let go of the mouse button.

5. Your text box is now created and you can now add and format text in it.

Tip: to resize a text box, click and drag one of the square boxes around the sides of the text box until you get the size you want for the text box.

Tip: to move a text box, click and drag the text box's frame to it's new location.

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