Microsoft PowerPoint is a program designed for creating and conducting presentations. Here you can easily and quickly create bright, clear, and visualized reports with images, tables, drawings, etc. Teachers, students and schoolchildren, and even enterprise-level executives use it all the time. After all, it’s actually a really easy program to learn how to use. This tool is handy for business processes, training, and conferences. The main thing that distinguishes PPT is the ability to design dynamic, picture-filled memorable materials. For this purpose, the insert tab contains a whole set of different objects that you can embed in your slides. You can even make a demonstration with music on it. Experience how useful the features for inserting objects, page design, and ready-made templates are making your project successful.
These files are Microsoft's own PowerPoint format. It’s also known as a binary file exchange format (BIFF). Files can include formatted text, numbering, pictures, video, sound effects, and more. Create a slideshow from one of the numerous templates that come with the package or build one from scratch.
In MS Office 2007 and newer, presentations are saved in OpenXML and use the PPTX extension.
Hi and welcome students in this video I'll be covering Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 and I'm going to show you how to format a presentation let's get started so the first thing that you'll see here is this presentation is on Seattle and we're going to learn how to apply a theme variance so theme variants are a design change on our presentations so we're gonna go right up here to the to the design tab and within the design tab you're gonna see your themes group on the left and your variants on the right I'm gonna hover over a couple of these so you could see the difference okay so there's the theme differences here and the variance typically will change the color of the theme itself and so if I right click this on any variant you could choose to apply it to all slides or you could choose to apply it to just the selected slides which is what I'm going to do here and you'll see that just Seattle changes over here in the thumbnails then to apply it to all slides you could either just click on it or click apply to all slides on any of the variants so when we apply a variant to our presentation it changes the color of the presentation but not necessarily the theme itself all right so now that we've learned how to do that we're next gonna learn how to change fonts and font sizes so I'm gonna go down to this slide here all right so I have my Seattle and as my title and making the most of your first port as the subtitle if I want to click inside of here you're gonna notice that there's going to be a dotted border around the entire thing with sizing handles on each corner inside that's called your placeholder and so this placeholder contains a lot of text within it in this case Seattle and making the most of your first port so I'm going to show you how to change these individually so Seattle is right here and it's actually a separate paragraph from the one below it and it's only one word so if I ever want to select one word in a PowerPoint or a Word document all I have to do is double double click it one more time double click and it's gonna even open up this mini toolbar so if I want to do something like change the font size real quick this is actually a good way to do it I could change this font size to be a little bit larger so it takes up more of that area I'm gonna choose 80 in this case alright now as I said before single clicking goes in between letter double-clicking selects a word and triple clicking you'll see I'm going to do this on the subtitle right here triple clicking selects your whole entire paragraph so now ...