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While there have been many attempts by other software companies to create comparable tools, there is not currently any software on the market that rivals the advantages offered by PowerPoint. In this article, we’ll review 6 of the best reasons why business professionals should give serious consideration to learning Microsoft PowerPoint.
It’s hard nowadays to find any business environment that can’t benefit from using PowerPoint. Whether you’re showing the features of a new product or service, or explaining the steps involved in a project, PowerPoint is the go-to screen presentation program that can help make your meetings a success.
Microsoft PowerPoint is just one of the many impressive tools available through Microsoft Office, a suite of productivity software available all around the world. Through PowerPoint, users can create dynamic presentations from data stored in Excel, or turn a report written in Word into an engaging presentation for clients. Microsoft Office makes it easy to generate information through a variety of formats, and mastery of Office is essential to anyone working in a business setting. It’s currently available on desktop computers for both Mac and PC, as a mobile app, and also online via the Office 365 cloud.
Microsoft PowerPoint allows business professionals to achieve a wide range of important goals, which makes it no surprise that the program has gained a leading reputation in the industry as a top software program in many sectors.
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Using Master Slides enables you to easily establish a consistent, coordinated look throughout a presentation, and it saves you time and energy! In this exercise, you'll lay out the Slide Master, which serves as a template for all content slides.
As you learned, the Slide Master acts as a default template for content slides. What about title slides? A title slide should have its own unique look. In this exercise, we'll edit the Title Master, which is typically only used as the first slide of any presentation.
In this exercise, we will add a logo image to the Title Master. We'll also use the Line tool to create some visual separation from the logo and the titles.
In this exercise, you will test out both the Title Master and the Slide Master you customized to see them in action.
Content can either come from a client, or you can create it. In this exercise, you'll copy and paste content from an old PowerPoint presentation to a new one, slide-by-slide.
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