There are 3 ways to do it:
- Create indents manually with Space bar or Tab button.
- Insert multiple text boxes.
- Insert a Word document.
The easiest and least professional is the first option:
- Right-click picture
- Choose Send to back
- Press Space bar or Tab key to unhide picture and wrap text around the picture
- Repeat it until text will be looking nice
Is autofit piss you off? Turn it off with these few steps.
- Right click your text box.
- Format Shape menu pops out on the right side of your screen. Click Size & Properties (3rd button).
- Go to Text Box options.
- Click Do not Autofit.
There is a useful feature when PowerPoint autofit your text. See how to use it:
- Go to ribbon to the Insert tab.
- Click Text Box.
- Click inside a slide where you want to put your text.
- Type your text inside a text box.
- On the right side Format Shape menu appeared. Click Size & Properties (3rd button).
- In Text Box there is an option Resize shape to fit text. Check it.
Note: Autofit is really important when you will launch your presentation on different screen resolutions. Be aware that your slide will look on the other resolution or on widescreen.