[Athen] athen-list Digest, Vol 113, Issue 3
Sharon M Trerise
smtreris at syr.edu
Thu Jun 4 05:46:54 PDT 2015
There is a feature in PowerPoint that you can use to make an element invisible.
To make a slide element visible or invisible in the presentation
1. Select the HOME tab
2. In the Editing group, select Select and Selection Pane. This toggles the visibility of the Selection Pane on and off.
3. Select the eye icon next to the object to toggle between visible and invisible
This feature can also be used to change the read order of the elements on a slide.
1. Click on each item in the Selection Pane to view the corresponding objects
2. Verify that objects make sense when read from bottom to top of the Selection Pane
3. Use the up and down arrow buttons to change the reading order as necessary
IT Analyst - Accessibility
Information Technology and Services
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 19:01:04 -0600
From: Howard Kramer <hkramer at ahead.org<mailto:hkramer at ahead.org>>
To: Access Technology Higher Education Network
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Subject: [Athen] PowerPoint question - text from text boxes missing
from outline view
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What's the solution for PowerPoint text (usually added via text boxes) that appear in the visual slide view but not in the outline view. Some resources suggest copying the text from the visual view into the outline but this results in double appearance of text.
Thanks in advance.
Accessing Higher Ground
AHEAD Association of Higher Education and Disability
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