Hey everyone, just a quick post to show you how to make a template in PowerPoint, so you can stop changing the margins EVERY TIME you go into your new slide!
You guys, it literally took me two years to do this. WHY!? I don’t know. My life has just been simplified and I’ve saved up to 30 seconds of my work time 😉
You may ask, “Why do I need a template in PowerPoint Jen?” (or maybe you are ignoring this completely because you are already aware of how to make one and you are taking pity on me for just figuring this out)
You need a template if you use PowerPoint more than once. for anything. ever. that is what I have determined.
Before I made these templates, I’d go into PowerPoint….delete the “predetermined text”…
…change the margins…
THEN finally get going.
Well, let’s just say my life has changed for the better.
Here’s how I create a template that I can just pop open and start working.
How will you use this new found gem!? Or how have you already been using it? I’d love to hear from you 🙂
No, she is not doing her taxes. Those papers would be her lesson plans her husband is about to go drop off with her sub in the parking lot.
Also, next week is Teacher Appreciation Week here in Texas...
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