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Useful features of powerpoint 2016

7 of PowerPoint 2016’s Best New Features

PowerPoint is one of the most important programs in Microsoft Office. It features a competitive range of graphical and presentation tools, making it useful for both personal and business applications. PowerPoint 2016, its most recent version, marks almost three years of productivity since the last update. This newest application doesn’t come with dramatic changes. In fact, most of its additional features are enhancements from the previous version. What sets the real difference with PowerPoint 2016 (and with Office 2016 in [...]

2 Ways to Easily Embed Videos in PowerPoint 2016

2 Ways to Easily Embed Videos in PowerPoint 2016

DOWNLOAD HUNDREDS OF FREE POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS Click Here to Sign Up for FREE Note: This tutorial is also applicable to Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. Videos are effective at both informing and entertaining audiences and are useful for minimizing text.  As visual aids, they’re great for explaining complicated subjects or demonstrating a product or process, making your presentation more dynamic and engaging. That’s why you should embed videos in PowerPoint 2016 for an audience that has trouble paying attention to long strings of text. Videos [...]

recover unsaved files in PowerPoint 2013

Recover Your Unsaved File in PowerPoint 2013

Unsaved work can happen for a number of reasons. It can happen when there’s a power failure or a system crash, or for whatever reason, maybe you just forgot to hit “Save.” Don’t worry. Recovering an unsaved file is possible in PowerPoint. In fact, there’s more than one way to recover it. These features are enabled by default, so you’re guaranteed to get your file back. Be warned that it’s generally not recommended to change these settings because you’ll never know [...]

Recover unsaved powerpoint files

Save Your Deck: Methods to Recover an Unsaved PowerPoint File

Sheer panic—that's probably your first reaction when you realize that you weren't able to save the PowerPoint file you were working on. Maybe the power went out or your computer unexpectedly crashed. Maybe you were too preoccupied that you didn't think to hit "Save." Whatever the reason, you've suddenly lost hours of hard work and you have no clue how to get it all back. Luckily, there's no reason to stress over losing an unsaved PowerPoint file. If you're using the [...]

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