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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Charts and Related Material - Using the Text Pane with SmartArt Graphics

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After you create a layout for a SmartArt graphic, a Text pane appears next to your selected SmartArt graphic. The bottom of the Text pane displays a description of the SmartArt graphic. The Text pane and SmartArt graphic contain placeholder text. You can change the placeholder text in the Text pane or directly in the SmartArt graphic. The Text pane works like an outline or a bulleted list and the text corresponds directly with the shape text in the SmartArt graphic. As you add and edit content, the SmartArt graphic automatically updates, adding or removing shapes as needed while maintaining the design. If you see a red “x” in the Text pane, it means that the SmartArt graphic contains a fixed number of shapes, such as Counterbalance Arrows (only two).

Show or Hide the Text Pane

1. Click the SmartArt graphic you want to modify.

2. Click the Design tab under SmartArt Tools.

3. Do any of the following:

  • Show. Click the Text Pane button, or click the control with two arrows along the left side of the SmartArt graphic selection to show the Text pane.

  • Hide. Click the Text Pane button, click the Close button on the Text pane, deselect the SmartArt graphic.

The Text Pane button toggles to show or hide the Text pane.

Did You Know?

You can resize the Text pane. To resize the Text pane, point to any edge (pointer changes to double-headed arrow), and then drag to resize it.

You can move the Text pane. To move the Text pane, drag the top of the pane. The Text pane location resets when you exit PowerPoint.

Work with Text in the Text Pane

1. Click the SmartArt graphic you want to modify.

2. Click the Design tab under SmartArt Tools.

3. If necessary, click the Text Pane button to show the Text pane.

4. Do any of the following tasks:

  • New line. At the end of a line, press Enter.

  • Indent line right. Press Tab, or click the Promote button.

  • Indent line left. Press Shift+Tab, or click the Demote button.

  • Delete line. Select the line text, and then press Delete.

Did You Know?

You can format text in the Text pane. When you apply formatting to text in the Text pane, it doesn’t display in the Text pane, but it does display in the SmartArt graphic.

You can remove a shape from a SmartArt graphic. Select the SmartArt graphic, click the shape you want to remove, and then press Delete.
 
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