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Small Icons

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1,482 words with 2 Comments; publish: Tue, 27 May 2008 05:13:00 GMT; (300140.63, « »)

In normal view I have a vertical bar on the left that

simply shows a small rectangle and the slide number next

to it. I guess this is what they call the "Outline View".

Anyway, somehow the rectangles got reset to large. I want

them small. How do I change the size of these icons in

the "outline" portion of the view?

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    • If you look at the top part of that left panel you will see that it can

      either show "Outline" or "Slides". The Slides are normally larger since

      they are thumbnail images of the slides. Click back on the "Outline" TAB

      and it should shrink back up. Remember you can also drag the size of the

      left hand window down by clicking on the divider line between the windows

      and dragging to the left.

      Bill Foley

      www.pttinc.com

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

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      > In normal view I have a vertical bar on the left that

      > simply shows a small rectangle and the slide number next

      > to it. I guess this is what they call the "Outline View".

      > Anyway, somehow the rectangles got reset to large. I want

      > them small. How do I change the size of these icons in

      > the "outline" portion of the view?

      >

      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:14:00 GMT
    • If Bill's suggestion doesn't get it done, click in the outline pane then choose

      View, Zoom and click 33%.

      --

      Steve Rindsberg, PPT MVP

      PPT FAQ: www.pptfaq.com

      PPTools: www.pptools.com

      #2; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:15:00 GMT