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Working with text in PowerPoint is easy. It's similar to working in a word processing program like Microsoft Word, so the experience should be pretty familiar to you. All you have to do is insert a text box, or click an existing placeholder … and your cursor will appear inside. Now you can type anything you want. You can use the space bar on your keyboard to add spaces… and if you want to start a new line, just press Enter. If you make a mistake like I did, that's okay. You can press backspace or delete to fix it. You can also use your keyboard’s arrow keys to move the insertion point left, right, down or up. This is useful if you only need to move a few spaces or lines at a time, but you can also jump over entire words at a time. Hold the Control key and press the left or right arrow keys to jump over one word at a time. There may come a time when you need to work with text in your presentation, maybe to copy and paste it, or to move it to a different location. To do that, you need t...