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PowerPoint 2010 Tutorial The Zoom Slider Microsoft Training Lesson 1.10



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the lower right corner of the

application window you can see the new

zoom slider that's available in

PowerPoint you can use this to change

the magnification levels of the slides

in your presentation this does not

modify the content of the presentation

in any way but rather changes your

perception of how close or far away the

slides in your presentation appear on

screen you can easily change the

magnification level by using the zoom

slider you can click and drag the slider

left towards the minus symbol to shrink

the magnification level which appears as

a percentage to the left of the actual

zoom slider or you can click and drag

the slider to the right or towards the

plus sign to increase the magnification

level note that if you increase the

slide magnification to the point where

you can no longer be fully displayed

horizontally the horizontal scrollbar

will then appear at the bottom of the

slide to allow you to scroll left and

right to fully inspect the slide at your

desired magnification level you can also

change the magnification using the

settings available in the zoom dialog

box you can access this dialog box by

clicking the actual zoom magnification

level shown in the status bar or by

clicking the View tab in the ribbon and

then clicking the zoom button that

appears in the zoom group in the zoom

dialog box you can select the desired

zoom level by choosing an option from

the zoom to section or by entering a

value into the percent spinner also note

that you have a few other common zoom

magnification levels shown in the zoom

group

now once you set your desired

magnification level just click the ok

button to apply like what you see pick

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