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Cut, Copy, and Paste Text
Cut, Copy, and Paste Text
When you edit your presentation, you can move text by using the Cut, Copy, and Paste features.
Using these features assures accuracy and saves time because you avoid typing the text
manually. Cut removes text from its original location. Copy duplicates the text, leaving the original in
place. Paste places either cut or copied text into another location. You can also cut, copy, and paste
objects like placeholders and pictures. If you change your mind or make a mistake, you can use the
undo feature to reverse the commands you made.
Cut, Copy, and Paste Text
1 Click the Home tab.
2 Click the dialog box launcher
button (
) in the Clipboard
group.
The Clipboard task pane
appears.
3 Click a text placeholder to
select it.
4 Click and drag to select text.
5 Click the Cut button (
).
A PowerPoint removes the
selected text and places it on
the Windows Clipboard.
6 Click and drag to select
different text.
7 Click the Copy button (
).
Note: If you do not open the
Clipboard, it holds only your most
recent copied or cut text.
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