Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Organizing slides into sections, part of Migrating from Office 2007 to Office 2010.
…Here's something you can do in PowerPoint 2010 that you could not do…in PowerPoint 2007.…It's going to help you stay organized, and that is to create different sections for…your slides.…And this can be done in the Normal view.…So down the left-hand side if we wanted to create sections to separate our slides,…to focus in on a section while we're working on our presentation,…all we have to do is go to the Home tab to insert the section.…Now it's important to choose where the section's going to go.…For example, if we scroll down to the bottom and…click after the last slide you'll see this flashing bar.…
So we could create a new section after this,…maybe this is where we're going to put our summary and goals.…Or we could go right in between these two slides since we…already have a summary slide.…It should be part of our Summary section.…So, all we do is go back to that Home tab.…In the Slides group, click the Section drop-down.…You'll see, Add Section.…And as soon as we do,…the only slide that appear below our flashing line is added to that section.…
- Understanding the reasons to switch
- Customizing the ribbon
- Saving to the cloud
- Adding screenshots to files
- Understanding file formats and compatibility
- Using conditional formatting in Excel
- Saving presentations as video
- Importing Outlook contacts, calendars, email, and more
Skill Level Intermediate
Word 2010 Essential Trainingwith Gini von Courter8h 3m Beginner
Outlook 2010 Essential Trainingwith Karen Fredricks2h 55m Beginner
PowerPoint 2010 Essential Trainingwith David Diskin3h 24m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Migrating to Word 2010
3. Migrating to Excel 2010
4. Migrating to PowerPoint 2010
5. Migrating to Outlook 2010
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