Chapter 6. Explore the Possibilities with PowerPoint

You can use PowerPoint to create presentations to convey all kinds of messages to an audience. For example, you might employ PowerPoint to present an idea to a prospective client, explain a concept or procedure to employees, or teach a class about a new subject. Your presentation can include words, graphics, media clips, charts, tables, and more.

When creating a presentation, you build an outline, with each first-level heading in the outline serving as the title of an individual slide. Second-level headings appear as bullet points; third-level headings appear as sub-bullets; and so on.

Once your presentation is set up, you can set a time length for the display of each slide, add narration, and ...

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