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The level of attention you pay to details can clearly be seen by your commitment to precisely aligned texts, shapes, images and other elements. Getting it right can become a good habit over long term, but it does require quite trained eye. Our admins can spot even if just one pixel is off, but in time with practice you will know how to satisfy their extremely high standards.

What does it mean if you got this tag as feedback from an admin?

Were your all elements vertically aligned?
Were all elements horizontally aligned?
Did all elements fit pixel-perfect to slide frame?
Were all texts and elements aligned?
Were elements on top of other elements aligned to the middle?
Were the arrows perfectly aligned?
Are aligned elements consistent with each other across the slide deck?

What can you do to become better?

Study this article to learn what admins are looking at when they check your slides - Always get your alignment right!
Use the PowerPoint quick access bar to keep yourself from eyeballing where the middle is - PowerPoint Quick Access Bar
Use your eye to align icons, when the visual middle does not coincide with the measured center
Zoom in to double-check alignments
Flip through slides in full screen to notice jumpings

To learn more about alignment watch this video:

Updated on: 20/10/2023

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