How to Print White Lines – PowerPoint video tip #13

So you’ve created a great-looking slide. But it may not look the same when they are printed as handouts. PowerPoint especially has troube with white lines, like table borders and shape borders. But here’s a workaround so your handouts look just as sharp as your slides.

About the author: Bruce Gabrielle is author of Speaking PowerPoint: the New Language of Business, showing a 12-step method for creating clearer and more persuasive PowerPoint slides for boardroom presentations. Subscribe to this blog or join my LinkedIn group to get new posts sent to your inbox.

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2 Responses to How to Print White Lines – PowerPoint video tip #13

  1. Nathan Schor says:

    Bruce,
    Very useful! Although I’ve been using ppt for years and read the usual lineup of books, I had ignored using the Paste Special functionality. BTW Why not include a specific link in this piece to your other tips?

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