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Duplicate an Object in Google Slides and PowerPoint


In today’s quick tip we show you a handy shortcut that can be used both in Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint. Did you know that instead of copying and pasting an object, you can create a duplicate by clicking and dragging?

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