While text boxes may be used as headers and footers, it's not a good practice to follow. Learn how to add headers and footers to a presentation by switching to the desktop version of PowerPoint.
- [Instructor] Since PowerPoint online cannot create…or update headers and footers,…an exercise file has been included with this course…that has pre-built headers and footers.…I encourage you to open this and follow along.…If you'd like to include headers…and footers in a presentation,…that may be page numbers, presentation name, the date,…you can do this with the help of the desktop version…of PowerPoint.…It may be PowerPoint 2019 or 2016.…The presentation that is currently in view…within PowerPoint online has headers and footers.…
When we're looking at a title slide layout…and just below where you see the Quarter 3 Update title…and the Globe Bank International subtitle,…we also see what looks like a text box…that says confidential on the lower-left corner…and over to the right we see the date and the page number.…These are displaying within the container of the slide.…If you are familiar…with traditional Word document-type headers and footers…that appear at the very top of the page…and the very bottom of the page,…
- Explain how creating a presentation differs between One Drive and desktop PowerPoint.
- Recall how to add a hyperlink to a slide.
- Recognize the two options for inserting videos into presentations.
- Describe the features of a theme in PowerPoint.
- Summarize how to print a presentation with space for note-taking.
- Identify the purpose of the Tell Me feature.