To delete or change the text, do the following:
- On the View tab, click Slide Master.
- At the top of the thumbnail pane, check the slide master for the text. If the slide master doesn’t contain the text, check the accompanying slide layouts below it in the thumbnail pane.
- Select the text and change or delete it.
How do you move comments in PowerPoint?
To view a comment, click the comment bubble. To change a comment, click the comment in the Comments pane and then edit the text in the comment until you’re satisfied. You can move a comment by dragging it. Note that comments are not attached to any particular slide object or text.
How do I show comments in PowerPoint presentation?
Show or hide comments
- On the View tab, click Normal.
- On the Review tab, click Show Comments.
How do you overlay text in PowerPoint?
Click on the edge of the text box or WordArt and drag it to move it over top the other text. You know when you’re on the edge because your mouse pointer will turn to a cross with arrows.
Delete header and footer information from notes
- Select any slide.
- Select Insert > Header & Footer .
- In the Header and Footer dialog box, click the Notes and Handouts tab, clear the boxes for the options you want to remove from the header or footer.
- Select Apply to All.
If you want to change the position of the header or footer, move the placeholder text box on the Master Slide (see the Master Slide tab for more information). Notice that by default, you are editing the header and footer for the slide that will display during your presentation.
How do I move comments to a different slide?
Highlight the comment mark for the comment you want to move. Press Ctrl+X. The comment mark and the associated comment are removed from your document and copied to the Clipboard. Position the insertion point at the location where you want the comment moved.
How can I see my PowerPoint notes while presenting with one monitor?
To get presenter view, edit your PowerPoint, click the Slide Show tab, then check the “Use Presenter View” box. If you have one monitor, however, and run your slide show, you will just see the slide like your audience would. To get the presenter view, right-click on the slide and select presenter view.