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There are times in a Slide Show Presentation when we need Help or we are in need of a Shortcut Key to Zoom Out Of A Slide so we can impress the audience. What do we do? Well, we don’t ask the audience that’s for sure. All needed to be done is to press the F1 key on our keyboard and the rest is simple. Just keep on reading the post below to find out about Slide Show Tips & Tricks in Microsoft PowerPoint.
Many times, we create the structure of a Document in Microsoft Word, intending it to be added later in a Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation. We create its basic form; we concentrate on the ideas that we have. We take into consideration the chronological order and many other things. This is where the Outline View comes in. The Outline View is very helpful when we create Headings and Bulleted Lists. In a previous post of mine, I described How To Save Our Presentation as an Outline in Microsoft PowerPoint, post which you can find here.What happens though, when we want this Document to be inserted in a PowerPoint Presentation as an Outline, so it will keep all the formatting that we had applied? Just keep on reading the post below.
An Outline View in PowerPoint displays our Presentation as an Outline that contains all the Titles and the Main Text of each Slide. When we work in Outline view it is quite handy if we make a lot of edits in the Presentation. For example, we can rearrange the Headings, the sequence of the Slides, the sequence of the Bulleting or even apply Formatting changes in our Slides. If someone is not quite comfortable working in Outline View in PowerPoint, we can always save our Presentation as an Outline and then do all the editing in Microsoft Word. The procedure of saving our Presentation as an Outline is quite easy and will be described below.
Imagine that we have created a PowerPoint Presentation with animations, with Slide Transitions, with media, text and many other elements, and we want to Export it as a GIF and not a Video. Well, now it can be done in PowerPoint. We can easily create looping GIFS in Microsoft PowerPoint. Just follow the steps below to find out how.
In PowerPoint, we were able to Save our Presentation Slides in many other Formats including Image Files such as JPEG, Bmp, Emf, TIf and many others. Now we can also Save our Presentations Slides as SVG Files. Procedure that will be described in the following post.
We can easily add a special character, fraction, currency symbol or any other Symbol that is not on our keyboard in a Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation, Microsoft Word Document or Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet. Hundreds of Symbols are not available on our keyboard. Then thing that we must keep in mind is that we must realize that the Symbol depends on which Font we use. To find out How To Insert a Symbol in a PowerPoint Presentation just keep on reading the post below.
Inserting Slide Numbers in a PowerPoint Presentation is a simple and easy procedure. When we add Slide Numbers, all the Slides will be included the Slide count, even the Slides that are Hidden. Slide Numbers are standard Footer elements. Meaning that they will appear on all the Slides on our Presentation, just by clicking the Apply To All button. To find out how to Add Slide Numbers in a PowerPoint Presentation just keep on reading.