Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning PowerPoint Desktop (Office 365).
- [Instructor] Okay, so I hope you've enjoyed…this quick primer on using PowerPoint,…and that it's given you enough information…to build your own basic presentations from scratch.…But there's so much more that PowerPoint is capable of.…For a deeper dive into the topics we've covered here,…as well as for many more we didn't,…be sure to check out my colleague Jess Stratton's…PowerPoint Essential Training courses.…But also bear in mind that PowerPoint…is still just a tool, and only one facet…in giving a great presentation.…So I also encourage you to watch some of our courses…to improve your presentation techniques,…such as creating and giving business presentations…and public speaking foundations.…
But that does it for now.…So 'til next time, I'm Garrick Chow, and we'll see you soon.…
- Creating a new presentation
- Adding slides and sections
- Adding and formatting text
- Adding photos, audio, and video
- Changing themes
- Working with transitions
- Presenting and navigating your slide deck
- Saving to the cloud
- Sharing and collaborating with others
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1. Getting Started
Add slides and sections3m 21s
2. Working with Text, Images, and Multimedia
3. Formatting Presentations
5. Exporting and Sharing
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