It would be nice to have a tool that could mirror objects across an axis of your choice. I think that being able to mirror the object horizontally or vertically would be sufficient but it could also be done diagonally?1 vote
As far as I understand the idea this would be covered by PowerPoint > Home > Align > Rotate > Flip Horizontally/Vertically.
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We work a lot with detailed Cliparts (sometimes made out of 100 parts). It would be very convenient if you could choose more than one part/shape at once in the Selection Pane without having to click every part separately! The same way you use "Shift + Left mouse Click" in Word for example.1 vote
We understand the issue. You’re probably aware of the possibility to Ctrl+Click shapes in selection pane for selecting multiple ones. But as you said, Shift+Click is not supported.
Can you provide us with examples?
Fixing the PowerPoint Proofing Language should also change the settings for the Master to avoid introduction of wrong proofing language.1 vote
We’ve investigated this and recommend to use the SlideProof > Text > “Set Proofing language” feature as a work-around. This will change all shapes in the Slide Master as well. For now we didn’t include this into the Check feature as it will have side effects (showing warnings about the master, when on the slides everything is fine).
Also another situation where wrong proofing language is re-introduced is when the editor has the wrong input language/keyboard layout selected in Windows. This sometimes trips PowerPoint.
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