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When I'm done with a presentation I would like to check for common formating mistakes such as using to many font / sizes / colors. But also check the alignment of boxes, titles etc. is there a tool that can help me do this kind of "Audit"?

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I wonder how the software would know what is appropriate. One person's style is anothers bad layout. – Brad Patton Apr 17 '13 at 19:17
yeah it would need to be configurable / suggest edits – Cilvic Apr 18 '13 at 17:25

Such a thing could probably be built as a custom-written add-in but there's nothing in PowerPoint itself that does this.

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