In this video, learn how to create timelines in PowerPoint by adding any time and date text to a slide with the Designer feature.
- [Narrator] My name Jess Stratton,…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…If you use Office 365, as of a July 2017 update,…PowerPoint is able to recognize times and dates…on your slides and design them according to ways…that are easy to visually process for your audience.…Let's take a look at this slide.…This has got a lot of words on it…and has a lot of times on it,…and it's pretty much unreadable.…Let's see what PowerPoint can do for us…with the new Designer feature.…
While you're typing, if you have this update,…and PowerPoint is recognizing these as dates and times,…it will pop up the Design Pane on the right-hand side…to give you some suggestions.…If you don't see it, however,…you can do this at a later date.…To do that, change to the Design Ribbon Tab,…and all the way on the right-hand side,…click Design Ideas.…Let's click on the first one to see…what it came up with.…It's already taken these times…and sorted them out into the proper slots…in a way that's much easier to read.…
I can go through this list and view all the choices…
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