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How to Add a Header and Footer to your PowerPoint Slides

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How to Add a Header and Footer to your PowerPoint Slides

Headers and footers refer to text that is displayed on the top or bottom of every page of your slides, notes or handouts. Headers and footers can consist of specific text, such as a company logo, the slide or page number, or a date. Headers will appear at the top of every printed page while footers will appear at the bottom of every printed page. Slides can contain only footers whereas Notes and Handouts can contain both headers and footers. Headers and footers can be applied to a single selected slide or to all of the slides in your presentation....

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Spice Up Your MS Office Applications by Changing the Theme

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Spice Up Your MS Office Applications by Changing the Theme

Microsoft Office allows you to change the look and feel of your Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, Publisher and OneNote) by switching up the Office theme. By default, the theme is set to Colorful; however, there are several themes to choose from: Colorful (the default theme in Office 2016) -The Ribbon is the color of the primary application (green for Excel, Blue for Word, etc.) Dark Gray - A light gray & dark gray lower contrast theme Black - A high-contrast black theme with white text White  (classic Microsoft Office theme) - Features white Ribbon and background To Change...

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Create an Org Chart in PowerPoint

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Create an Org Chart in PowerPoint

Microsoft Office provides the ability to insert diagram objects into your presentations. One of these diagram objects is the Organization Chart which allows you to illustrate hierarchical relationships such as the structure of a business (i.e. names, titles and departments of managers). The organization chart objects are located in the Hierarchy category of the SmartArt gallery. To Insert an Organization Chart: 1. Select the slide into which you wish to insert an Organizational Chart. 2. Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon. 3. Click the SmartArt button on the Illustrations group. 4. In the left pane, click Hierarchy. 
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