Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a presentation, part of Office for iPad and iPhone Essential Training.
Let's create a new presentation.…Tap Power Point, and then make sure…you're in the new section on the left-hand side.…To create a new presentation, you first need…to pick the size of your slides.…At the very top right-hand side,…I need to select my slide size.…I can either choose wide-screen or standard.…The difference is the aspect ratio.…So think about where you'll be presenting,…and that will help you make your decision.…Many offices and conference rooms…now have wide-screen monitors and TVs instead of square,…so you can always call ahead and ask if you aren't sure.…
Then, you need to pick a theme.…If you just want a plain, no-frills place to start,…you can either choose Office Light or Office Dark.…I'm going to tap and choose Office Light.…It's going to create the file,…and now it's here for me to start working on it.…So now that we have a presentation created,…to save it, tap the file button.…You can either toggle on auto-save,…so that it saves it at intervals,…or you can toggle it off, and manually…tap the save button.…
- Installing Office for iPad
- Exploring the interface
- Creating new documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
- Changing the page layout in Word
- Inserting pictures and charts in Excel
- Adding slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Collaborating in Office for iPad and iPhone
Skill Level Beginner
1. Word for iPad
2. Excel for iPad
3. PowerPoint for iPad
4. Outlook for iPad
4. Collaborating with Office for iPad
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