Sometimes you will want to put a quote on your slide and point out certain words that emphasize or support the point you are making. It could be a quote from an expert, a passage of a regulation or law or a small section of a document you are referring to. In any of those cases, you need to put the text on the slide. I suggest not putting it as a single bullet point because it looks strange. Use a separate text box just for the quotation. Always give the source – usually using a smaller font in the lower right corner of the slide. And make sure you give emphasis to the words that you want the audience to focus on so they see the context, but know what the most important part is for them to connect with the point you are making.