Chapter 14. Building Presentations

PowerPoint for iPad, is, in my opinion, the best suited of all the Office apps to the iPad. Though it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles you’ll find in the desktop versions of PowerPoint, it maintains more than enough power and flexibility to modify existing presentations you created on the desktop, and you can do a pretty fine job of creating new presentations on the road.

Like Word and Excel, you’ll get the most out of PowerPoint by combining it with Microsoft’s extensive template library, as discussed in Chapter 5. Using templates gives you a big leg up in creating your presentations, whether on the iPad or the desktop.

Probably most of the time, your PowerPoint presentations will begin on PowerPoint ...

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