How do you cut text in a PowerPoint presentation?

Is there a cutting tool in PowerPoint?

But Microsoft Powerpoint also has a cropping tool that you can use to cut out part of a picture. Our guide below will show you how to select a picture in your Powerpoint presentation then cur out part of that picture using Powerpoint’s image editing capabilities.

How do you cut around an image in PowerPoint?

To crop an image:

  1. Select the image you want to crop. The Format tab appears.
  2. On the Format tab, click the Crop command. Clicking the Crop command.
  3. Cropping handles will appear around the image. Click, hold, and drag a handle to crop the image. Cropping an image.
  4. Click the Crop command again. The image will be cropped.

How do you segment a shape in PowerPoint?

Straight Segment

Now place the cursor on top of the outline of the shape. The cursor will change to a rectangle with a plus sign, as shown in Figure 6. Now right click to get the context menu, as you can see in Figure 7. From the resultant menu choose Straight Segment.

How do you cut text in a PowerPoint presentation?

To cut text:

  1. Select the text you want to cut. PowerPoint highlights the selected text.
  2. Choose Home> Clipboard> Cut (the Cut icon looks like a tiny pair of scissors, or press Ctrl+X. PowerPoint removes the selected text from your slide and adds it to the Clipboard.
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How do you cut text in a PowerPoint presentation answer?

How to Cut and Paste Text

  1. Select the text you want to cut.
  2. In Home tab click the Cut command in Clipboard group.
  3. Place the cursor where you want to paste the text.
  4. In Clipboard group click the Paste command.

How do I crop a certain part of a picture?

Click the picture. Click Picture Tools > Format, and in the Size group, click the arrow under Crop. From the menu that appears, select Aspect Ratio, then click the ratio that you want. A crop rectangle appears, showing you how the picture will appear when cropped to the selected aspect ratio.