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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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Moving a text box

In Normal view, notice how the pointer changes from an arrow to an I-beam as you move it over the text in a text box.

  1. Click when the pointer becomes an I-beam. The text box is now in edit mode, with a gray border and green resizing handles.
  2. Move the I-beam (or pointer) over the gray border. Notice how it changes shape, becoming a four-headed arrow (or a similar shape depending on the operating system and user’s settings).
  3. When the four-headed arrow appears, click and drag to move the text box. An empty dashed-line box shows where your text box will be placed.
  4. Release the mouse button when the text box is in the desired position.

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