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How do I get mixed font styles and sizes on the same slide in the Captions window?
I have been trying to do it with two or three slide but it is cumbersome. Is there an easier way?
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I'm afraid that there is no "easy" way.
Each font style needs to be applied on a separate caption.
So, you need to have several captions on the same slide, each added separately, with that + .
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Are you using the PLUS (+) button next to the captions list to create a new caption? Each caption (which can be multi-line) can have it's own font and other attributes changed.
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a. another way is to DUPLICATE an existing CAPTION (with all the attributes) - if it is in the same slide:
==> Right click on the Caption - select "Duplicate"
b. or just Copy from somewhere else:
==> again Right click on the Caption - select "Copy To" - and then pick the Slide (organized by numbers) to be COPIED into.
Many times it is faster to Duplicate (from somewhere else), then to create a New Caption from scratch.
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