Editing PowerPoint 2007 Presentations

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How to Add Notes to a PowerPoint 2007 Slide

PowerPoint lets you create speaker notes to help you through your presentation. You can write a complete script for your PowerPoint presentation or just jot down a few key points to refresh your memory [more…]

How to Convert PowerPoint 97–2003 Presentations to 2007

When you open a PowerPoint presentation made in an earlier version of PowerPoint, the program switches to compatibility mode. PowerPoint 2007 shuts down features that weren’t a part of earlier versions [more…]

How to Turn a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation into a Web Page

Before you save your PowerPoint presentation as a Web page, create a folder on your computer or computer network for storing the page. To turn a PowerPoint presentation into a Web page, PowerPoint creates [more…]

Rearrange Your PowerPoint 2007 Slides

In PowerPoint 2007 to see an overall view of your presentation, you need to work in Slide Sorter View. From there you can rearrange the slides in your PowerPoint presentation. [more…]

How to Add an Extra Notes Page for a PowerPoint 2007 Slide

PowerPoint doesn’t provide a way to add more than one page of notes for each PowerPoint slide. But you might need extra space from time to time. These steps show you a trick that gives you the space you [more…]

How to Record a Narration in PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint lets you record a narration for your PowerPoint slide show. As you record your narration, PowerPoint stores slide files separately so the slides are synchronized with the narrations you recorded [more…]

How to Spell Check a Completed PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

PowerPoint lets you run the spell checker after you finish your presentation. The PowerPoint spell checker checks your entire presentation, bringing any misspelled words in your PowerPoint presentation [more…]

How To Add a New Slide to Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

When you first create a presentation in PowerPoint 2007, it has just one slide. Fortunately, PowerPoint gives you many ways to add new slides to your presentation. You see only three of them here: [more…]

Keyboard and Mouse Tricks for Your PowerPoint 2007 Slide Show

While showing your PowerPoint slide show, you can use the keyboard and mouse to control your presentation. PowerPoint offers keys and clicks that you can use to make your PowerPoint presentation run smoothly [more…]

How to Override the Master Text Style in PowerPoint 2007

The PowerPoint Slide Master specifies a text style but you can format your PowerPoint slide’s text while you’re working in Normal View. The formatting changes you make apply only to the selected text. [more…]

How to Zoom In and Out in a PowerPoint 2007 Slide

Enlarge or shrink PowerPoint slides and preserve your eyes. PowerPoint’s Zoom controls are located in the lower-right corner of the PowerPoint screen and on the View tab. The Zoom box tells you at what [more…]

Add a New Slide to Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

You can add a new PowerPoint slide to your presentation in many ways when you’re working with the PowerPoint outline. This list shows the most popular methods for adding a new slide to your presentation [more…]

How to Correct Capitalization in PowerPoint 2007

You want your PowerPoint presentation to be perfect. The PowerPoint Change Case command enables you to capitalize the text in your PowerPoint slides properly. Slide titles should almost always use title [more…]

How to Use Live Previewing in PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint comes with live previewing. Thanks to live previewing, before actually applying a change to your PowerPoint slide you can see the results. To turn on PowerPoint live previewing, click the Office [more…]

Check Spelling As You Go in a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

In a PowerPoint presentation, spelling errors are small only until you use a projector to throw your presentation onto a 30-foot screen. The PowerPoint spell checker doesn’t make you wait until you finish [more…]

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