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Create a Presentation with Copilot

Learn how to create an engaging presentation with Copilot. This innovative tool helps you generate illustrated slides on any theme within seconds. Watch this video to see how you can easily create a presentation on the fashion trends of the 20th century using Copilot's artificial intelligence.

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Create a Presentation Based on an Existing Word Document

Discover the power of Copilot in this tutorial. Learn how to create a presentation based on an existing Word document. Explore the document on climate change, with 23 pages of text, images, diagrams, and tables. Unleash your creativity and produce engaging presentations effortlessly.

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  • 270 views

Summarize a Slideshow with Copilot

Learn how to summarize a slideshow using Copilot! Discover how Copilot can analyze and extract information from existing slide shows, saving you time. Watch as we use Copilot to generate a summary of a presentation, giving you insights into introducing a product to the market and the client-side sales mechanism. Start summarizing slideshows easily with Copilot!

  • 1:34
  • 216 views

Energize and Structure a Presentation with Copilot

Learn how to energize and structure your presentations with Copilot. This video showcases how Copilot can generate detailed explanatory notes for each slide, helping you enrich and organize your content. Discover how to make your slideshows more engaging and detailed with Copilot!

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  • 206 views

Record a slide show with narration and slide timings

In this video, you will learn how to record a slide show with narration and slide timings using Microsoft 365. The video covers the steps to record narration for a single slide or your entire PowerPoint presentation.
It also demonstrates how to turn on your camera, change microphone or camera settings, and use a default teleprompter view to read notes.
Additionally, it explains how to use on-screen tools like a laser pen or highlighter during recording.
This tutorial will help you create engaging presentations with voiceovers and share them as video files.
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  • 1478 views

Check Accessibility in PowerPoint

In this video, you will learn how to check accessibility in PowerPoint.
The video covers the process of using the "Check Accessibility" tool in Microsoft Office 365 to test the readability of your document.
It is recommended to use this tool once your PowerPoint presentation is finished to ensure its accessibility.
To access the tool, go to the review tab and click on "Check Accessibility." An information pane will open, displaying the results of the inspection and any errors that could hinder comprehension.
You can troubleshoot these errors by clicking on the arrow next to each issue, which will provide a list of recommended actions.
You can apply a one-click fix or explore more options by clicking on the arrow.
Clicking on an error will take you directly to the object that needs attention.
The main errors you may encounter in PowerPoint are related to the alternative text of images and the reading order, which is crucial for accessibility.
The checker will always remind you to check the reading order correctly.
You can check the order of objects by clicking on the arrow next to one of the slides.
Remember to uncheck items that do not provide any information and do not need to be read by the reader.
Additionally, it is important to rename your slides and sections.
To receive real-time notifications of accessibility issues, select the "Keep accessibility checker running while I work" checkbox.
This will add a button to your status bar, allowing you to track issues while you work.
Simply click on the button to open the information pane.
Learning how to check accessibility in PowerPoint will help you ensure that your presentations are accessible to all users.
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  • 1543 views

Accessibility in PowerPoint

In this video, you will learn about accessibility in PowerPoint.
The video covers how to check accessibility in PowerPoint and provides tips on improving the accessibility of your presentations.
This will help you ensure that your PowerPoint slides are accessible to all users, including those with disabilities.
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  • 1404 views

Present Live

In this video, you will learn about the "Present Live" feature in PowerPoint.
This feature allows you to make engaging presentations for participants.
It is only available in the web version of PowerPoint.
You can start your presentation by clicking on the slideshow and selecting "Present Live." You have the option to choose your audience, either people in your organization or anyone.
A home screen will appear, and participants can join your presentation by using the generated link or scanning the QR code.
You can share the link with others by clicking on it.
During the presentation, you can see the number of people who are connected.
The toolbar provides options to activate your microphone, change slides, view all slides, turn subtitles on or off, and view session information.
You can also end or suspend your presentation.
Participants can choose to display subtitles in their preferred language, navigate through presented slides, and react with emojis.
After the presentation, participants will receive an automated survey, and you will receive an email with the survey results and a five-star rating.
This feature is beneficial for creating interactive and engaging presentations in PowerPoint.
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Add a subtitle and translate your presentation in real time

In this video, you will learn how to add subtitles and translate your presentation in real time.
The video covers the steps to activate this option in PowerPoint, including selecting the spoken language and the language in which your subtitles should appear.
You will also learn how to choose the appearance of the subtitles.
This feature allows you to instantly transcribe and split the speech on screen, with the subtitles translated into the language of your choice.
Adding subtitles and translating your presentation in real time will enhance your communication and make your content accessible to a wider audience.
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  • 1627 views

Translate content into PowerPoint

In this video, you will learn how to translate content into PowerPoint using Microsoft 365. The video covers the steps to add subtitles and translate your presentation in real time.
This will help you communicate and interact in different languages, improving the quality of your presentations and making them accessible to a wider audience.
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  • 1591 views

Introduction to PowerPoint

In this video, titled "Introduction to PowerPoint," you will learn how to use PowerPoint to create visually appealing presentations.
The video covers the basics of PowerPoint, including how to choose templates and themes, add images and designs, and incorporate pictures, charts, animations, and videos.
It also demonstrates how to collaborate on presentations using OneDrive and the PowerPoint mobile app.
This tutorial will help you become proficient in PowerPoint and confidently deliver engaging presentations.
  • 0:58
  • 2086 views

Convert handwritten texts or drawings with Powerpoint

In this video, you will learn how to convert handwritten texts or drawings using Microsoft PowerPoint.
The video covers the process step-by-step, demonstrating how to use the tools in PowerPoint to convert your handwritten content into digital format.
This will help you easily incorporate handwritten notes or drawings into your presentations, making them more engaging and visually appealing.
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  • 1410 views

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