Nov. 1st, 2007 @ 08:50 pm
WHY IN THE NAME OF ALL THAT IS GOOD AND HOLY DOES POWERPOINT ON OS X NOT HAVE A KEYBOARD SHORTCUT FOR CREATING A NEW SLIDE?!?!?!?
Command-N creates a new presentation, which I do SO much more frequently than creating a new slide.
Digging into the help for Powerpoint, I learned that "you can also customize keyboard shortcuts and function keys in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word". Thanks! In other words, (1) I can't do what I want to do and (2) the technology exists but isn't implemented for some reason.
one wonders why you're using powerpoint...
It was for work, so I needed to use Powerpoint.
|Date:||November 2nd, 2007 04:24 am (UTC)|| |
don't let it get you, man. A dear woman friend of mine (well, you know, her) says it's just OS X, go eat some ice cream and you'll feel just fine... just fine...
(oh, and: email me your snailmail addy)
I had Herrell's
Ice Cream last night and am feeling much better. Thanks for the suggestion. :)
Expect an e-mail shortly.
Was it chocolate orange or "hi-def" vanilla? Because if so I shall be forced to beat you senseless, then put your shirt through a centrifuge for any leftover drips of ice cream.
Actually, it was chocolate pudding.
My name is Inigo Montoya. You ate my ice cream. Prepare to die.
Kirsten says "Mum mum mum mum mummmmmm!"
Jackie says, "Control-M creates a new slide in PowerPoint for Macintosh. Now give me food."
Jackie is a very smart dog. She is correct. (Of course, the menu doesn't tell you that's what the shortcut key is.) >grumble< Bad Microsoft, no biscuit!
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