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In a text box in PowerPoint 2003 when I create a paragraph the second through nth lines are right indented with respect to the first line. I would like to set the indention to 0 (i.e., no indentation).

The text looks like this:


And I would like it to look like this:


How do I do this?

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Follow the steps:-

  1. Enable the Rulers
  2. Select the text box
  3. Adjust the ruler from the top accordingly

    Ruler Image

Go through this About indent and tab settings

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