The formatting techniques are all regular PowerPoint techniques. A few particularities are highlighted.
In the 'edit layout mode' you will find placeholder boxes for each item of the agenda.
They are organized into columns and rows and look like a table.
The top row is the header. Row 2 & 3 are the placeholders for the first level of your agenda. row 4&5 are the second level and 6 & 7 are the third level.
Each of the three outline levels has two rows: regular and highlighted. Formatting of the boxes will be applied to all items of the respective level.
Move items which you do not want to use off the printed area to the right hand, for example:
Note: pointers ares shapes without text. They point like an arrow to the current section of a divider slide. Depening on your layout they can be circles in front of your agenda item text or a rectangle that lies under the whole row of your agenda item (like in this example here).
The placeholder boxes determine where your agenda table 's top left corner is on the actual slides, the width of the columns, the height of the rows and also the height of the space between rows:
Nota bene: if your agenda runs over the botom of the page you have four options:
Format the boxes using the regular PowerPoint techniques (e.g. fill, line and font color, font size)
Note: To apply your layout changes on the placeholders to the actual slides, you have to run <Update Divider Slides> again!
Depending on how your layout is formatted, you might want the main agenda to display items on the main agenda as highlighted or in regular format.
The checkbox allows you to either
What is suitable depends on your respective layout. Try both options, if in doubt.