Use hanging indents properly on your PowerPoint slides
The problem is caused by the text placeholder still having a hanging indent format from when it assumed bullets were being placed there. It sets the first line further left than the rest of the lines. This formatting causes further problems if you ever copy this slide into a new presentation or update the look with a new template. Since PowerPoint thinks you are using a bulleted list, it reformats your text as bulleted text and now you have a slide that doesn’t look like it used to.
What should you do instead? When you want to create a slide that has non-bulleted text, start by selecting a layout that does not include a bullet point placeholder. Select either the Title only or Blank layouts. Then add a text box and format it so it has the size, font and colors that you want. Now the text will have a consistent left margin and the text will not be reformatted if the design template changes in the future.
Properly formatting the text on your slides is one of the small things you can do that will make your presentations more effective.