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    turn bullets off -save close open>bullets reappear (PowerpointXP)

    HI

    I have a powerpoint presentation. THe Master has bullets on.
    On 1 of the slides I select the bulleted text and turn off the bullets> using the Formatting toolbar> button Bullets.

    I save and close the powerpoint file.
    When I re-open the powerpoint file & goto that particular slide the bullets are applied back onto the paragraphs.

    In Word theres a setting in Tools> Templates and Add-ins> turn on Automatically update styles.
    Is there a similiar setting in Powerpoint which is causing the bullets to be turned on.

    Diana

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    Re: turn bullets off -save close open>bullets reappear (PowerpointXP)

    I believe I responded to this question in the Microsoft PowerPoint newsgroup either today or yesterday. If it hasn't answered your question, you need to let me that you've tried my suggestions but they didn't work.

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    [quote name='Echo Swinford' post='490350' date='21-Jun-2005 08:42']I believe I responded to this question in the Microsoft PowerPoint newsgroup either today or yesterday. If it hasn't answered your question, you need to let me that you've tried my suggestions but they didn't work.[/quote]


    hello


    Where can I find your response to implement your suggestion?



    diana

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    It has taken you 4 years to get round to this reply?

    Echo is no longer active in the Lounge, so you'll have to search the newsgroups to see if you can find the discussion she refers to.

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