How do I change the text in an inserted object in PowerPoint?

How do I edit text in an object in PowerPoint?

The simplest way to edit text in images you’re using in PowerPoint is simply to overlay text on or near the image. To do this, click the “Insert” tab in the menu and then, in the Text area, click “Text Box.” Then, use your mouse to draw a rectangular text box where you want it and type text into it.

How do you edit embedded data in PowerPoint?

To update the data for an embedded chart, right-click the chart and choose Edit Data. To update the data inside of an embedded Excel file, you can right-click the chart and choose Edit Data from the menu. This will open an embedded Excel spreadsheet inside the PowerPoint file where you can edit the data in the chart.

How do I edit text in a text box in PowerPoint?

Open any presentation which has a slide with some text content, as shown in Figure 3. Click inside the text placeholder (or a text box, or even a shape) to select the text you want to edit. We explained selection techniques for text earlier on this page. Now, just type the new text to replace the selected text.

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Why can’t I edit my text in PowerPoint?

Select the problem slide, then choose View>Slide Master. The layout for the slide will appear. Cut all items that should be editable, close the master view and paste them on the slide. If that doesn’t fix the issue, the text boxes may be locked in the XML, which is a little more involved to repair.

How do I edit an Excel spreadsheet in PowerPoint?

To edit the data from within Excel, right-click the object on the slide, point to Linked Worksheet Object, and select Edit. To update the data on the slide to match the data in the original Excel file, right-click the object on the slide, and click Update Link.

How do I open an embedded Excel file in PowerPoint?

Follow the simple steps:

  1. Select the icon of the embedded file.
  2. Go to Insert Tab in the Ribbon.
  3. Select Action (next to Hyperlink)
  4. You can see two tabs: Mouse Click & Mouse Over which is self-explanatory.
  5. Select Object action: Open.
  6. Feel free to check “Play sound” and/or Highlight click if you want.
  7. OK.
  8. Go to slideshow.

How do I expand embedded Excel in PowerPoint?

Double click on the spreadsheet to “activate” it. Move your cursor to the black mark on the right side of the sheet, halfway between the top and bottom. When the cursor changes to a two-way horizontal arrow, click and hold. Then drag the right edge to show as many columns as you want.

How do you unlock a text box in PowerPoint?

Unlock objects

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Locked shapes, objects, images or tables in your PowerPoint presentation can be unlocked using PPT Productivity. Select the slide/s containing locked shape(s) you need to unlock, then click ‘Unlock objects’ (Found beneath the Lock Object icon on the PPT Productivity Ribbon).

How do you select text from within a textbox in a slide?

The following list shows methods for selecting blocks of text on a PowerPoint slide:

  1. Use the keyboard: Hold down the Shift key while you press any of the arrow keys to move the insertion point.
  2. Use the mouse: Point to the beginning of the text that you want to edit and then click and drag over the text.