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    In PowerPoint 2003 I can view the Layout pane and select Reapply Layout. This sets all my font sizes, colours, bullets, indents etc. back to the default from the slide master.

    How do I achieve this in PowerPoint 2007?

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    [quote name='StuartR' post='792005' date='03-Sep-2009 17:34']In PowerPoint 2003 I can view the Layout pane and select Reapply Layout. This sets all my font sizes, colours, bullets, indents etc. back to the default from the slide master.

    How do I achieve this in PowerPoint 2007?[/quote]


    Stuart

    Check out the Home Tab > Slides chunk > RESET

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    [quote name='JohnWilson' post='792096' date='04-Sep-2009 12:17']Check out the Home Tab > Slides chunk > RESET[/quote]

    EXACTLY what I was looking for, thank you.

    It is taking me a long time to find all the things I am used to in Office 2007, hopefully I'll get there in the end!

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    Tish tish!!

    and there was me thinking that along with a few other loungers you were the Google king :-)

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoi...2549691033.aspx

    (I hope its right otherwise I will look like a narna)
    Cheers

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    Asking the questions everbody wants the answers too but feels too stupid to ask themselves :-)

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    [quote name='stevehocking' post='792158' date='04-Sep-2009 16:29']Tish tish!!

    and there was me thinking that along with a few other loungers you were the Google king :-)

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoi...2549691033.aspx

    (I hope its right otherwise I will look like a narna)[/quote]

    Steve,

    I tried that, but I didn't want to CHANGE the slide master, just to REAPPLY the existing one, and that control is hidden elsewhere.

    Never mind nana

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    Sometimes GOOGLE is your friend ...

    BUT

    Just once in a while MICROSOFT is ...

    Microsoft Flash Command Finder

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    [quote name='JohnWilson' post='792255' date='05-Sep-2009 13:06']Sometimes GOOGLE is your friend ...

    BUT

    Just once in a while MICROSOFT is ...

    Microsoft Flash Command Finder[/quote]

    Very cute.

    I do have the Microsoft "Search Commands" add-in installed, and that is usually very good, but it didn't help me find this one.

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