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Increase/Decrease Font Size

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I have added the Increase Font Size and Decrease Font Size tools to my

toolbar because I use them frequently. Is there any way to adjust the

incremental font size change which occurs when one uses the tools? For

example, for text that is Font Size 32: when I apply consecutive font size

decreases, it changes to 28, then 24, then 20.

TIA,

Karen

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    • I suggest you grab the free RnR Starter Set. It has an increase and decrease

      that works in 1-pt increments. You can probably change that increment amount

      if you want, also.

      http://www.rdpslides.com/pptools/starterset/index.html

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      Echo [MS PPT MVP]

      http://www.echosvoice.com

      "Karen" <Karen.powerpoint.questionfor.info.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      news:BC977DF5-9EF6-49CD-B21C-8A6A3C6739B6.powerpoint.questionfor.info.microsoft.com...

      > I have added the Increase Font Size and Decrease Font Size tools to my

      > toolbar because I use them frequently. Is there any way to adjust the

      > incremental font size change which occurs when one uses the tools? For

      > example, for text that is Font Size 32: when I apply consecutive font size

      > decreases, it changes to 28, then 24, then 20.

      > TIA,

      > Karen

      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 03:23:00 GMT
    • Hi Karen, if you know what size you want, just type it directly into the font

      size box, then press "Enter".

      Hope this helps!

      "Karen" wrote:

      > I have added the Increase Font Size and Decrease Font Size tools to my

      > toolbar because I use them frequently. Is there any way to adjust the

      > incremental font size change which occurs when one uses the tools? For

      > example, for text that is Font Size 32: when I apply consecutive font size

      > decreases, it changes to 28, then 24, then 20.

      > TIA,

      > Karen

      #2; Tue, 27 May 2008 03:24:00 GMT