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The short answer is, you can't. Not at the moment, anyway. Microsoft has yet to introduce support for advanced typographical features for OpenType fonts for PowerPoint and Excel. Microsoft Word however, does "support a limited set of OpenType features" From this old HowToGeek article (this is apparently the one you linked in your question) I assume these ...


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PowerPoint apparently shows each font with its own default numerals lining option. In the below example the above is displayed in Calibri and below in Corbel font, and the numerals are handled differently : I therefore believe that choosing your fonts with care is the only way to change numerals lining in PowerPoint, based on the tests detailed below. I ...


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As per official Microsoft website kb article you have to remove the link and re add in to the presentation by pointing the new video file location. Please refer the kb article for further details. reference : http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/powerpoint-help/my-movie-doesn-t-play-HA010077716.aspx Note : Check the fourth point


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The behavior will depend on what version of PPT you're using. In PPT 2010 and later, movies are embedded by default rather than linked. If you're linking, the trick is to put the movie file in the same folder as the PowerPoint file, THEN add the movie to the presentation. This will produce a link that points to just the file name of the video, not the ...


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With your object, first attach a swivel exit animation, and set its timing to be "slow" - 3 seconds. Then attach a "disappear" exit animation, but set it's delay to be .6 seconds, and set it to "start with previous", so that it starts at the same time as the swivel, but doesn't do the disappear until .6 seconds. This means that the swivel will start on a ...


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I used to duplicate whole slides, e.g. the first slide with the missing word (I usually put spaces or a line there), while the second slide already included the word. You end up having a whole bunch of slides but it's pretty fast. I'm pretty sure there are better methods tho.


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You can insert an image on a master slide that is shown in front of everything else by inserting it as an ActiveX image control. If you are using PowerPoint 2010 or later, show the Developer ribbon group by going to File>Options>Customize Ribbon, and selecting Developer in the right-hand list. Open the Slide Master view. From the Developer ribbon tab, ...


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View as "slide masters". When you mouse over each slide master, you can see if that slide master is used. You can individually delete each slide master. Looks especially for those with pictures and remove the ones not used.



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