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Non-hanging indents in Powerpoint 2003

Rowby Goren
Rowby Goren asked
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I seem to only be able to create hanging indents instead of nicely linged up left indents when making pullets and "arrow" points in Powerpoint 2003.

In other words, with my bulleted text, the bullet is there, followed by a "tabed" space of about 10 spaces.  The first line of the paragraph is where I want it to be, but the second line wraps back to be aligned with the bullet margin.

I' can do it in word, but not too very well in Powerpoint.

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