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PowerPoint 2013 For Dummies by Doug Lowe

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More Things to Insert on Your Slides

In This Chapter

arrow Adding a table to a slide

arrow Using the Insert tab to create a WordArt object

arrow Adding a hyperlink to a slide

arrow Working with action buttons

arrow Creating fancy equations

The Insert tab on the Ribbon is chock-full of goodies you can insert into your presentations. The most important of these goodies have already been covered in other chapters: pictures clip art (Chapter 11), shapes (Chapter 12), SmartArt (Chapter 14), and movies and sounds (Chapter 15).

But you can insert a lot more, including tables, WordArt, hyperlinks, and actions. This chapter covers these items.

Inserting Tables

Tables are a great way to present lots of information in an orderly fashion. For example, if you want to create a slide that shows how many people like or hate various computer presentation programs, a table is the way to go. Or if you’re considering purchasing ...

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