Over the years, PowerPoint has developed into the multimedia center of Office. Not only can you use it to incorporate text and images in a slide format, but you can also add animation, sound, and movies to teach, explain, and persuade. Because both Word and PowerPoint are Office family members, you have a strong connection that enables you to share information in both directions.
Consider just a few of the ways you can use PowerPoint and Word together:
You can draft your outlines in Word and then import them into PowerPoint.
You can send presentation information from PowerPoint to Word, including outlines, notes, and handouts.
You can take quick notes and mark action items in PowerPoint while you are making a presentation ...