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PPT- font shifts placement when change size

Posted on 2013-05-17
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hello...  

how can i keep same baseline for my titles in PPT when change font size.  working in master pages and keeps shifting.  all attributes the same, just different font sizes when on actual slide.

thanks in advance...
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If you select the Title on the large slide master and right click

Format shape > Textbox > set to bottom aligned
Then HOME > Line spacing > Line Space Options > set the space from Single TO Exactly

Does that get you closer?

Best to stick to single line titles here
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thank you
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