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How to use SmartArt in PowerPoint

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How do you use SmartArt in PowerPoint? This video will show you how to convert your boring bullet list into a cool easy to remember SmartArt graphic.

  1. Select your bullet list.
  2. Right click on the bullet list.
  3. Select Convert to SmartArt.
  4. Choose the SmartArt graphic you want to best present your information.

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