Learn the basics of creating engaging presentations with PowerPoint 2016 for Office 365.
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Learn the basics of creating engaging presentations with PowerPoint 2016 for Windows.
Learn to use the new Designer and Morph tools in the Office 365 version of PowerPoint.
Learn how to use Office Mix, the PowerPoint add-in that lets users turn existing presentations into interactive online videos.
Learn how to create, edit, and share presentations and slideshows with PowerPoint.
Learn how to create, edit, and share presentations and slideshows with PowerPoint 2016.
Use Office shapes and SmartArt to spice up such business docs as presentations, fliers, conceptual graphics, and even Venn diagrams, org charts, and more.
Learn how to create themes that can be used in all Office 2013 apps, and build the themes into templates that lock down content.
Learn best practices for using photos and videos in your PowerPoint presentations.
Learn how to build a PowerPoint presentation that uses, but doesn't overuse, animations, transitions, and effects.
Build effective PowerPoint presentations from a strong outline.
Teaches the basics of creating, editing, and sharing presentations with PowerPoint 2013.
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Demonstrates the essential features of PowerPoint 2010 to create a professional presentation.
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Learn the PowerPoint 2007 interface and all its features, from creating and editing to presentation.
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