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In this video, we’re going to talk about how you can select multiple objects for customizing. To do this, we use the shift key.
Our maps are easy to customize for your sales, marketing, or educational presentations or projects. Every object in one of our maps is an independent individual object that can be customized. The techniques shown here also work with Google Slides and Apple Keynote.
Very often, we need to select several states or counties to create a region. It is much easier to change the colors of several objects at the same time than to do each one individually. This also applies to text. Maybe we want to change the font or the size for a lot of labels.
When you click on an object like a state or country with your mouse point, you have selected it. You know we selected the object because we will see the eight little handles around the outside. This means we can change its color or move it. If it is text you can edit it.
Selecting Objects in PowerPoint
There are many ways that you can select objects on a PowerPoint slide.
Using the Shift Key