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Chapter 15 Editing Your Presentation
Picture yourself assembling a bicycle. You have all
the parts laid out in front of you and you slowly begin putting all
the pieces together. Carefully and meticulously, you adjust the seat
and handle bars so everything is right where you need it, and then you
add the decals and emblems for a few final flourishes.
Whether you create your presentation from a blank beginning or from
one of the PowerPoint templates that provide some rather impressive
slides, you will want to make modifications to any presentation you
create. This chapter is about editing. You have created the slides you
need, and now you need to adjust the slide content until everything is
in just the right place.