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© NCC Education Limited V1.0 IT Skills (Level 3) Unit 9: Edit and Format a Presentation
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© NCC Education Limited V1.0 Edit and Format a Presentation Unit 9 - 9.2 Open an Existing Presentation
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© NCC Education Limited V1.0 Edit and Format a Presentation Unit 9 - 9.3 Insert Text Place the cursor where the new text should be inserted and type in the new text.
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© NCC Education Limited V1.0 Edit and Format a Presentation Unit 9 - 9.4 Delete Text Highlight the text to be deleted Press the delete key
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© NCC Education Limited V1.0 Edit and Format a Presentation Unit 9 - 9.5 Drag and Drop Text Highlight the text Position the cursor on the text to be moved Hold down the right-hand mouse button Drag the text to the new position Drop the text (release the right-hand button)
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© NCC Education Limited V1.0 Edit and Format a Presentation Unit 9 - 9.6 Copy and Paste Text Highlight the text Select COPY from the Edit menu (or by pressing the right-hand mouse key and selecting from the menu)
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  • Fall '15
  • Control key, Text editor, NCC Education Limited, Cut, copy, and paste, IBM Common User Access, User interface techniques

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