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Contains commands for formatting the layout and the contents of your document.
Removes direct formatting and formatting by character styles from the selection.
Changes the font and the font formatting for the selected characters.
Modifies the format of the current paragraph, such as indents and alignment.
Adds numbering or bullets to the current paragraph, and lets you edit format of the numbering or bullets.
Sets page orientation, page margins, background and other layout options.
Changes the case of characters in the selection, or if the cursor is in a word, changes the case of all of the characters in the word.
Resizes, moves, rotates, or slants the selected object.
Sets the formatting options for the selected line.
Sets the fill properties of the selected drawing object.
Sets the layout and anchoring properties for text in the selected drawing or text object.
Displays the Slide Design dialogue box, in which you can select a layout scheme for the current slide. Any objects in the slide design are inserted behind objects in the current slide.
Opens a sub-menu with slide layouts.
Groups keep together selected objects, so that they can be moved or formatted as a single object.