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Edit Menu

Edit -> Undo: Last task ( Ctrl + Z )

Undo the last action you performed.

Edit -> Redo: Last undone task ( Ctrl + Shift + Z )

Redo the last action you undid. If you have not undone any actions, or the last undo action is not reversible, this menu item is disabled.

Edit -> Cut ( Ctrl + X )

Copy the selected item to the clipboard, and remove it from the document.

Edit -> Copy ( Ctrl + C )

Copy the selected item to the clipboard, while leaving it intact in your presentation.

Edit -> Paste ( Ctrl + V )

Insert the contents of the clipboard into your presentation.

Edit -> Delete ( Ctrl + Delete )

Remove the currently selected item from your presentation.

Edit -> Select All ( Ctrl + A )

Select all the objects and text on the current slide.

Edit -> Deselect ( Ctrl + Shift + A )

Deselect any currently selected objects.

Edit -> Find... ( Ctrl + F )

Search for text within the presentation.

Edit -> Find Next ( F3 )

Find the next occurrence of a piece of text within a presentation.

Edit -> Find Previous ( Shift + F3 )

Find the previous occurrence of a piece of text within a presentation.

Edit -> Replace... ( Ctrl + R )

Replace one or more occurrences of a piece of text in your presentation with a different piece of text.

Edit -> Copy Slide

Copy the current slide to the clipboard.

Edit -> Duplicate Slide

Insert an exact copy of the current slide.

Edit -> Delete Slide

Delete the current page from the presentation. You will be asked to confirm this action.

Edit -> Duplicate Object...

Create a duplicate of the currently selected object. A dialog will display allowing you to set some options for the duplicate, e.g. if it should be rotated, or scaled, or offset to a new position on the slide.

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