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PowerPoint 2013 For Dummies by Doug Lowe

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10

Masters of the Universe Meet the Templates of Doom

In This Chapter

arrow Discovering stuff about Masters you have to know

arrow Using and changing Masters

arrow Working with headers and footers

arrow Finding lost placeholders

arrow Creating templates

Want to add a bit of text to every slide in your presentation? Or maybe add your name and phone number at the bottom of your audience handouts? Or place a picture of Rush Limbaugh at the extreme right side of each page of your speaker notes?

Masters are the surefire way to add something to every slide. No need to toil separately at each slide. Add something to the Master, and it shows up automatically on every slide. Remove it from the Master, and — poof! — it disappears from every slide. Very convenient.

Masters govern all aspects of a slide’s appearance: background color, objects that appear on every slide, text that appears on all slides, and more.

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