If one slide after another is filled with bullet after bullet, try this for a change!
Step 1: Click in the text placeholder or the text box and press Ctrl A to select all content
Step 2: Click right and choose Convert to SmartArt in the menu
Step 3: Choose the type of SmartArt graphic that visualize your information correctly: list, process, cycle, hierarchy,…
Tip: SmartArt is not so flexible and therefore often a pain to modify. Luckily, it is possible to convert a SmartArt graphic to shapes and text boxes. To do so select the SmartArt and press Ctrl + Shift + G twice or go to the contextual tab SmartArt Tools > tab Design > dropdown menu Convert (in the Group Reset) > Convert to Shapes.
The feature Convert to Shapes is not available in Word, but you can copy-paste from one application to another.
A bulleted list in PowerPoint
After converting the bulleted list to SmartArt
After converting the SmartArt graphic to shapes:
any shape can be moved, resized, or deleted independently of the remaining shapes.