If you have more elements in your slides, you will often get out of the way when selecting elements, making animations, or typesetting. PowerPoint provides users with a solution-the selection and visibility pane, where you can select one or more specific elements on a slide and hide them.
① we open a PowerPoint slide with multiple objects in it, and if several of them overlap, it's hard to select by clicking on the mouse, and then we can click on the menu bar-"Start"-"Edit"-"select".
② has three choices: Select all, choose Objects and select panes, all: the same as CTRL + A, is to select all the objects in the page at once; Select an object: Select a single object, select a pane: Eject the right pane for related actions. Here, we click the selection pane.
③ Right Pop-up selection pane, we see the inside of the page shows all the objects, because the name is System customization, where the light to see the name is not yet able to determine the specific object.
④ Select an object from the pane, and by the up and down arrows, you can adjust its position and use the higher frequency.
⑤ You can hide objects by clicking the "Eye" icon after an object, so that you can achieve a goal that is neither deleted nor can be invoked at any time.