PowerPoint is one of the most well-known presentation software titles in the world. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world use PowerPoint to showcase presentations everywhere from schools to work with churches. One of the biggest changes in this version of Microsoft Office PowerPoint is the ability to utilize mobile layouts so that users can truly get immersive on the go experience with the presentations they create.
The last installment, we showed you how to get started with Excel. In this installment on Microsoft Office 365, we’ll walk you through the new PowerPoint.
What’s new in Microsoft Office 365: PowerPoint?
Take a look at the new Powerpoint
When you first open PowerPoint, you’ll see the new sleek layout of the Recent and New Documents section.
This version of PowerPoint offers a wide variety of styles and templates for users to start out with. PowerPoint also provides much more color range in these templates than ever before. The reason for this change is to help provide much more usability to mobile platforms viewing PowerPoint presentations.
The settings for PowerPoint take on the familiar feel from other Office 365 titles we have reviewed so far.
Creating a new PowerPoint presentation is simple.
If you open a new PowerPoint presentation, you can start with just the very basic template and build it from there.
The use of Microsoft’s new full-screen layout and app-based display make using PowerPoint a much more immersive experience than ever before.
If you’re looking for a way to see Office 365 yourself, check out our guide on getting a free month of the subscription service.