When using PowerPoint line spacing is critical. Use the PowerPoint indent and line spacing functions to ensure a professional look.
Sometimes you may want to fine tune the indents and tabs in your presentations. You can do this by adjusting the indent markers and tab stops on the ruler. By default, the ruler is hidden, so you'll first need to show the ruler.
For full instructions on fine tuning indents and tabs, check out our lesson on Using Indents and Tabs.
When working with lists, PowerPoint allows you to adjust the space between a bullet and the text by using the first-line indent marker or the hanging indent marker. The ability to increase and decrease the indentation allows you to customize lists to meet your needs.