1. Editing Shortcuts
When selecting a particular object, make use of the right mouse button to click on it . Not only select the object but also you will be asked to show some editing menu so particular to that object.
2. Tearing off Sub-menus
When we are asked t use the same menu for several times, we can make use of shaded bar, tear it off and placing it on the screen.
3. Seamless Screen Builds
Duplication of the slide can be thus made using (CTRL+D) as many times required to build the sequence. This will allow us to to ensure that all the objects have been placed, eliminating those misplace of shifts.
.4. Reduce File Size
Make a note that you should “Keep the number of slides minimum.”
For example If you have a 15-minute presentation, prepare the slides in between 10-12 slides.Sponsored Links
If your presentation and skills found to be so formal, that your audience doesn’t feel comfortable to ask the questions, the presentation will not fulfill its intended mission.
In addition, it is better to finish the presentation skills, as with less time than the actually allotted time.
5. Recycling Slides
This is mainly in tented to add new slides from different slides, in to your new presentation. We can observe that only the imported slides are inserted and the background is unaffected.
6. A Summary Slide
With the help of this power point, one can add a summary Slide to your presentation.
7. Embed a Presentation in Word
Hence in order to use this we have to insert our own slide show into a Word document, i.e. it can be either the document in Word or else the slide show presentation in PowerPoint.
The Mighty Control Key
- It helps to Hold down the CTRL key while clicking the particular slide show view button when editing a slide show.
- Then CTRL key helps in dragging a required an existing Guide to create the new guide.
- And also it helps to Hold down the CTRL key while making certain changes in the wheel, on the mouse to zoom in and out of the slide.
- CTRL + A to select all the objects
- CTRL + A to select all slides
- CTRL + A to select all text in your slide show
- CTRL + B to apply bold formatting
- CTRL + C to copy the selected object
- CTRL + D to duplicate (make a copy of) the selected slide
- CTRL + E to center the paragraph.
- CTRL + F to find the text
- CTRL + G to open all the necessary grids and guidelines of the dialog box
- CTRL + H to replace the text
- CTRL + I to apply italic formatting
- CTRL + J to justify a paragraph with the alignment
- CTRL + K to insert a hyperlink where ever required.
- CTRL + L to left align a paragraph
- CTRL + M Allows to insert a new slide
- CTRL + N to Prepare a new presentation
- CTRL + O to open up an already existing presentation
- CTRL + P to print the presentation
- CTRL + Q to quit the PowerPoint
- CTRL + R to provide the right align a paragraph
- CTRL + S to save the presentation
- CTRL + T to change the formatting of all the characters between sentences, uppercase and lowercase.
- CTRL + U to apply underline formatting
- CTRL + V to paste a cut or copied object in the file.
- CTRL + W to close the presentation
- CTRL + X to cut the selected objected
- CTRL + Y to redo or repeat an action repeatedly
- CTRL + Z to undo the last action performed
- CTRL + Equal Signs to apply subscript formatting
- CTRL + SHIFT + Plus Sign to apply superscript formatting
- CTRL + Space Bar To remove subscript and superscript