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I've discovered that my trusty F4 (to redo the last thing) does not work as
planned in PowerPoint. Am I surprised? No. Leave it to MS to do different
things with the same commands in different programs. However, if I change
something on a page and then page down to the next page and press F4 to do
it again, it pages down again. Now what person would want that? I don't
know. In the mean time, is there any way to get it to work the way it does
in Word and others (ignoring the page down/up)? I've checked all the help
files and such and can't find anything.
Please don't suggest I used the copy/paste formatting as this would not
accomplish, say, changing part of a line to italic bold or a different type
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