Some of our customers are not as familiar with the editing tools in PowerPoint 2010. The following questions and answers will demonstrate how to quickly edit and adjust text in our PowerPoint Concentric Circles editable slides.
Q: When I type the text, after I am finished typing I would normally hit “Enter.” If I do that the text wants to wrap. So, I just clicked out to make it enter. If that could be fixed it would be helpful.
A: Normally, all formatting and typesetting applications such as PPT, Word, Photoshop, etc, use text place holders rather than entry fields in order to be able to create a paragraph. This is why you need to click outside the text block after you have finished typing. Do not hit “enter” as this might lead the cursor to the next page.
Q: I’m attaching a slide of what I did and it doesn’t look like the text is “centered” One Goal looks great. But One Team and One School look too far to the left. How can I be sure my text is centered?
A: We have double checked the alignment and the text are all perfectly centered. If they look visually imbalanced it could be due to less text or the use of upper and lower case in the same line. If you look at the image below you will see a horizontal line across the circle and it’s being placed just below the baseline of the type/font. You can do this to verify that your text is centered.
A: Here is another way you can adjust text inside a concentric circle: Though the text place holders are “centered”, you may also adjust manually by clicking on the red arrow (see image) and adjust your text.