At the same time, copy and move the chosen object. This will save you a lot of time. Copy formatting using Ctrl+Shift+C. This is a real find. Move objects by simply pressing the Shift key and then clicking within the drawing area to select the object that you want to move.
CTRL and SHIFT, along with the arrow keys, may be used to raise or reduce the size of the object/picture in millimeters. The combination of ALT and SHIFT will allow you to move the item parallelly, but it will not snap to any other objects along the way. CTRL and ALT combined allow you to duplicate an item without snapping it to another object.
While holding down the Shift key, you may resize or rearrange items by pressing the arrow keys (Up, Down, Left, or Right). Released, they return you to your original position.
Simply hold down the command key and click on the desired objects (holding down the shift key only allows selecting a continuous block of items). When you release the mouse button, your selection will be deselected.
Command to save a PowerPoint document: Ctrl+S.
Text, Objects, and Slides Selection and Navigation
Ctrl-Shift-h. Make use of concealed text formatting. Concealed text is embedded in a graphic file or another type of document and appears as normal text on screen but can be formatted when you print the document. For example, you could mark up a piece of meeting notes with bold, italic, and underlined text that would be visible when you viewed the page in a browser but not when you printed it.
On the View menu, select Slide Sorter. To view both presentations, go to the Window menu and select Arrange All. Drag the slide you wish to move to the other presentation by clicking and dragging it. If you wish to replicate the slide, hold down control while dragging the slide. The Slideshow Manager will display the other presentation.