Have a look at this file.
So you see for instance: If you click on the bottom half of the New Slide button, PowerPoint displays all the slide layouts you can insert, and on each you can see content placeholders. All built-in slide layouts that come with PowerPoint contain content placeholders.
In the Master Layout group, click the arrow next to Insert Placeholder , and then click the type of placeholder you want to insert. Regards, Nicole. You can change a placeholder by resizing it, repositioning it, or changing the font, size, case, color, or spacing of text within it.
Hope this helps you Nicole. If you can find someone who can look into the XML each layout has a collection of shapes placeholders and most not Titles of these have an idx number. Updated November 26, 2018.
Click the Slide Master tab, and then under Edit Layout , do any of the following:.
I attach the links again this time in full length. I have removed logo etc.
See "Apply the updates so that they appear on your slides" in the article, Edit and re-apply a slide layout. I noticed that it makes a difference in the outline view how my placeholders are numbered. I believe that here is my problem. Only one "official" title placeholder is allowed on each slide because the text that you add to a title placeholder in normal view becomes the slide title in the outline.
Placeholders can contain content, text, pictures, charts, tables, SmartArt, media and Clip Art. See Also: Categories Home PowerPoint. Figure 5: If you are creating a template and want to provide specific instructions for what content should be added to a placeholder on a slide, you can replace the prompt text in slide master view. In the slide thumbnail list, select the slide that you want to re-apply the layout with the newly-added placeholders to.
You can also delete a placeholder from a slide layout or an individual slide by selecting it and pressing Delete. Click the Slide Master tab, and then under Edit Layout , do any of the following: To see your revisions in Normal view, do one of the following: I don't think there's any user friendly way to access this.