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Echo Swinford

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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    It would be very nice if the Presenter View settings would be saved also.

  3. 32 votes
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    Removing the “Under Review” tag since this idea does not have sufficient votes for us to take on as a new feature.

    We want to make sure the User Voice site is up to date with the engineering efforts we are making. Please continue submitting ideas and voting.

  4. 7 votes
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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    This should be easy to implement. I want a one-click option that aligns an object to the center and middle of the slide at the same time.

    Especially now that QAT real estate is at a premium (half the number of tools because it's so spaced out in 2016), I have the align GROUP on my QAT. This means two clicks to center align and two clicks to middle align. That's four clicks. I could cut that way down with a center + middle option....

  6. 8 votes
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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    When you click File | Save As and choose PDF, an OPTIONS button appears at the bottom of the Save As dialog. Click that and you can choose Notes Pages, which includes the notes.

  7. 19 votes
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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    But I'd say you can't really cheat that by using hyperlink/followed hyperlink colors. As you mentioned, those colors don't show up in any of the galleries, so I'd say they don't really do anyone any good.

    You can actually add custom colors to themes, templates or presentations in PowerPoint (Office) 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016. Here's a tutorial: http://echosvoice.com/powerpoint-2010-custom-colors/

    Please know that I'm not arguing that this is a substitute for Microsoft adding more customizable colors to the themes (or letting us control the palette of tints and shades); I'm just trying to give you an alternative that may help for now.

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  11. 21 votes
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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    What presentation are you talking about?

  13. 10 votes
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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    Glenna, the trigger setting starts/pauses/starts a video. At one point, I think when we inserted video and set it to play automatically, we got an "on click" option plus the trigger "when clicked," so either would work.

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    Echo Swinford commented  · 

    But you can do this. It's in File | Info under Inspect Presentation / Check for Issues. Click that button, then select Inspect Document. There's an option to remove notes. Be sure to do this on a copy of your presentation!

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  17. 21 votes
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    Removing the “Under Review” tag since this idea does not have sufficient votes for us to take on as a new feature.

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