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How to embed a video in PowerPoint?

When creating a presentation, sometimes you need to embed a video in PowerPoint. You can use this functionality in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 and all new versions, including PowerPoint for MAC 2019. To embed a video in PowerPoint, you can use videos uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo as well as local video files from your […]

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How does PowerPoint make videos play automatically?

PowerPoint has a wide range of options for setting up video playback. In this post, I will tell you how to make a video auto-play on PowerPoint. You can find detailed instructions on the post “How to embed a video in PowerPoint.” When you may need to use autoplay video in PowerPoint: When you use […]

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How to select all slides in PowerPoint and move them?

When working on a presentation, you may need to select all slides in PowerPoint. This function is realized by using “Drag & Drop” actions. The easiest way to do this is with a computer mouse. In what situations might you need this: If you need to change the structure of your presentation and the order […]

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How to lock an object, image, or text in PowerPoint?

When working with a presentation, sometimes you may need to use a PowerPoint lock object, lock slide, text, or lock graphic in a specific area of the slide. The locked object cannot be edited, nor can its size and shape, its position on the slide (lock image to a place on PowerPoint or lock an […]

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How to use the gradient fill in PowerPoint?

Microsoft PowerPoint has a ton of formatting options to make your slideshows unique. You can choose solid colors, patterns, or add a gradient. Gradients add a unique look to your slides, and you can use a series of pre-set colors that are available or create your own. Gradient fills refer to a blend between colors […]

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How to make gradient text in PowerPoint?

Once you open up PowerPoint, all text will be filled with a solid color (usually black) by default. Using solid color for your text is an excellent choice, but it can become predictable. Luckily, PowerPoint offers many options to spice up your text. One of the options you can explore is the gradient fill. Using gradient […]

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How to rotate a PowerPoint slide?

Anybody using PowerPoint to develop their presentations can learn the skills it takes to design an eye-catching slideshow. However, very few people decide to change the direction in which the slide is rotated. Often people don’t think twice about changing the direction of the slides from the default setting. When you open a new PowerPoint […]

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How to rotate text, objects, and images in PowerPoint?

One of the important things about creating a presentation through PowerPoint is the design. Anyone can type out the information they need in their PowerPoint slides, but it shows skill and thoughtfulness to develop a unique design. There are a lot of different skills that can add to the design of a PowerPoint presentation. Some […]

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How to arrange and align objects in PowerPoint?

Whether it be casual or important, any presentation designed on PowerPoint should have a level of organization. Not only does order make your slides look better, but it also allows the viewer to create a more precise sense of the information they’re consuming. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to organize your PowerPoint slides by […]

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Add a PowerPoint timer to your presentations

Whether your presentation is for a significant business proposal at work, the science project you stayed up past midnight to perfect, or the photo slideshow for your step-sister’s second marriage, there always seems to be another skill to learn in PowerPoint. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add a timer for PowerPoint slides. Using […]