Tech Tuesday: PowerPoint Decrease List Level

Each Tuesday, pleasureinlearning brings you Tech Tuesday.  Come back each week for more ways to become efficient and effective in your use of technology. 


Today is the third post in a four part series on PowerPoint.

When working in PowerPoint numbered or bulleted lists can be a quick way to structure a lesson.  While typing in the text for a list you will frequently need to indent to the next level.  Most of you already know that the easiest way to indent is to press the tab key.  Did you know that Shift + Tab will let you decrease your list level?

In case you don’t love keyboards, there are buttons on the Ribbon to help you do the same thing.  Increase Decrease


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