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Old March 22nd, 2011, 09:02 PM
thazan thazan is offline
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Hi,

I was wondering if there is an easy way to select and format all text boxes on a silde. I have a map that is made up of sereval objects and each object has a text box label on top. I would like to change the color of all the objects, while keeping the text box labels transparent. I can do this object by object, but that takes a very long time. When I select the entire map the text boxes are selected too, so when I change the color it also changes the color on the text boxes. Since some of the text boxes cover more than one object it covers the boarder of the map.


Hopefully this made some sense to someone. I would really appreciate any help!
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Old March 31st, 2011, 03:28 AM
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это была моя ошибка.
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Old April 1st, 2011, 09:12 AM
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Hi,

I was wondering if there is an easy way to select and format all text boxes on a silde. I have a map that is made up of sereval objects and each object has a text box label on top. I would like to change the color of all the objects, while keeping the text box labels transparent. I can do this object by object, but that takes a very long time. When I select the entire map the text boxes are selected too, so when I change the color it also changes the color on the text boxes. Since some of the text boxes cover more than one object it covers the boarder of the map.


Hopefully this made some sense to someone. I would really appreciate any help!
In PowerPoint 2007, on the Home button bar tab, on the far right is the Editing group of buttons. Click on Select and choose Selection Pane. You will get a sidebar of all of the objects on the slide. Hold down CTRL and click on each of the objects you want to edit in one go.
 




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