How-to Copy and Paste Text in PowerPoint () How to Copy and Paste Objects in PowerPoint If there's a slide template for a particular object, click on the template and then click on Copy () in the menu that pops up. 2. Place the cursor where you want the text to appear and click Shift-Click () in PowerPoint to open the Copy Palette and select the object you want to copy. 3. Press Tab to edit your options. PowerPoint tutorial —how to Copy and Paste Objects in PowerPoint— Mighty Coach Go back to where you're at and click and hold to copy the object. Press Tab to select your style and then click OK in the window that pops up. How to Copy and Paste in PowerPoint Go back to where you're at, click Shift-Click on an object you want to copy (or hold and click its title bar), and then select the desired text. Press Tab to edit your options. 2. Place the cursor where you want the text to appear and press Ctrl () to copy. 3. Click where you want the text to appear, and press Shift-Click to paste or hold Ctrl () and click. How to Make PowerPoint Text Links — PowerPoint Tutorial — Mighty Coach Link objects (text in PowerPoint) to other elements in PowerPoint as PowerPoint objects as Link to PowerPoint objects in slides — PowerPoint Tutorial Go back to the slide, paste the object link, and use the Copy () icon to paste the object in the slide. Link to another element in PowerPoint Go back to an image or a text object that you want to link to an element in the current slide. Click and hold the image or text object, and then just below that click Share (). Select Share in the ribbon, and then select the share site for the document you want to share. Tip: If you're working with a Web app, you can use the Share icon and then choose a share site from your Home screen as an example. The page opens a Share dialogue box, so you can add details, such as the document name, link title, and email address. Once you're ready to share, click Share. Link an image to another image in PowerPoint Go back to the slide, paste the image that you want to link to another element in the current slide. Press Shift-Click the image link in the Slide tab, and then use Ctrl-C () to copy.