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Teach Yourself VISUALLY™: Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007 by Lisa A. Bucki

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3.9. Cut, Copy, and Paste Text

Sometimes when you edit your presentation, you will want to move text from one slide to another. You can do this using the Cut, Copy, and Paste functions. 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.

Cut, Copy, and Paste Text

CUT TEXT

1 Click a text placeholder to select it.

2 Drag to select the text to cut.

3 Click the Home tab, if needed.

4 Click Cut ().

The selected text is removed and placed ...

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