how to copy text in powerpoint

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How can I create a text box/background/ribbon banner (displaying text) in PowerPoint that is the same across all slides? Copying and pasting don’t work. It’s never on the same spot.
You should customize the Slide Master (SM is a feature which allows you to apply formatting elements to every slide) of your presentation. To do it Select the View tab then click the Slide Master icon. Select the first slide in the left navigation pane. This is the slide you put a box banner on. To leave Slide Master view click on Close icon
How do you copy and paste multiple text boxes in PowerPoint?
First step is select what you want to copy. Click anywhere on the page keep the button pressed and drag the mouse over the items you want to copy. Type ctrl c together (copy) Go to where you want to paste and ctrl v together(paste) You can also select random items by clicking on the first item and holding down the space bar while you click on more. The rest of the process is the same. I strongly urge you to read the in-built help This is basic stuff.
In PowerPoint, how can I copy new lines from a text file that transfer to new lines in the PowerPoint slide?
You have to make sure your EOL (End of Line) Conversion is set to Windows Format. Go to Edit-EOL Conversion to set it.
How do you copy and paste a text box in Microsoft PowerPoint?
Select the box borders copy with ctrl+c and paste with ctrl+v Let's say it's a you want to copy from a different place you copy the and when your pasting choose the paste option with just when you right click Hope this helps
How do you convert PowerPoint generated PDF presentation into raster format?
If your goal is to not allow people to copy then you can apply Password Security to the PDF so that this is not possible. Nitro PDF Software (thepany I work for) has a product (Nitro Pro) that can convert PDFs to raster images but you'll lose quality if you do this so would look at what I said to do above. And there are lots of free tools out there that will allow you to do that if you don't want to spend any money.