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Aligning bubbles and text blocks in Power Point

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Is there an easy way to align shapes and text within said shapes to be in general alignment
horizontally and vertically?  I'll attach an example of a slide that's somewhat askew.
Thank you.
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Yes, you can select all the central block of shapes and arrows and choose Arrange/Align or distribute/Align centres.
As far as text within the shapes goes, make sure that it is centrally aligned and has no trailing spaces.
For the horizontal sets of shapes:
  qualitative - Design - quantative
  funding - proposal - ethics
I'd suggest that you select two on the left and align them with each other and then do the same with the two on the right.
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Excellent - thank you!
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