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Reduce tab indent

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Please let me know how I can reduce the tab indent in PowerPoint 2010.

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On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, there is a tiny arrow in the bottom left hand corner.

Click this to open the Paragraph formatting dialogue.

Click on Tabs... Here you can change the default tab from 2.54 cms to something less.
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I have arrow mark at the bottom right corner. This dialog does not have "Tabs"
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This is what it should look like
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