Ever since I had Powerpoint 2000 for some reason the default font has been set to Dixiland (not very informative...) and line spacing to 0.8. Every time I open or copy presentations in a newer version of Powerpoint this is copied. How to change this seems to be specific for each PP version. 2000 used to have an option to check "use this as default" in the font format view. So how do I do it in 2010? I am using text boxes, not templates from the Slide Master.
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Setting the Scene
Animations in PowerPoint are a great tool to convey messages when used carefuly with the content of your slides.
There are plenty of animation effects and options, including a Repeat feature for individual animation effects.