In PowerPoint, some people are using spaces to increase the distance between a bullet point and its text. That’s perfectly fine as long as things don’t get copied together. Then there’s a very high chance you will end up with some bullet points with and some without:


Finding this inconsistency on long presentations can be tedious work. This is where SlideProof comes into play. By checking your presentation for errors, inconsistent number of spaces between bullets and text can be easily spotted. By default, fixing would choose the number of spaces that appear most often (in the screenshot example that 0 spaces).

If you want, you can also choose the number of spaces manually by expanding the warning and clicking “Take this” on a different number of spaces.


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