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Windows 7: where are "incr/decr paragraph spacing" in PPT 2007?

31 Mar 2010   #1

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where are "incr/decr paragraph spacing" in PPT 2007?

I have recently switched from Powerpoint 2003 to Powerpoint 2007, and I am looking in vain for two buttons which I use routinely in PPT 2003. They are the "increase paragraph spacing" and "decrease paragraph spacing" buttons (see the red circled buttons in the image below).

where are "incr/decr paragraph spacing" in PPT 2007?-ppoint-2003-winxp-toolbar-customization.jpg

I can't find them anywhere! Can someone help point me in the right direction? I like these buttons because they automatically increase (or decrease) your paragraph spacing by a set amount relative to the current setting.

Please note, this is NOT the same feature as "line spacing".

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!


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31 Mar 2010   #2
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31 Mar 2010   #3

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not quite what I'm looking for...

Thanks for the help, whs. Unfortunately that's not quite what I'm looking for. Users can access the nitty-gritty numerical details of paragraph spacing, etc. via that sort of dialog box in either 2003 or 2007. However, the utility of the 2003-version buttons is that they automatically increase (or decrease) your paragraph spacing by a set amount relative to the current setting, with only one click, and without requiring any parsing of points, inches, before-spacing, after-spacing, etc. The buttons are quick, easy, and efficient. I hope they aren't gone entirely! If so, does anyone have a nifty way of bringing them back?

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