Microsoft PowerPoint

Download Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows

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2016

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What will happen when you click Download?

  • You will be redirected to an external website to complete the download.
  • The download button will take you to a Microsoft site where you can download the trial version of Office 2010 - this is the only way of obtaining a trial version of Microsoft PowerPoint. To do this, you will need to use or create a Windows Live account.
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Notes: The download button will take you to a Microsoft site where you can download the trial version of Office 2010 - this is the only way of obtaining a trial version of Microsoft PowerPoint. To do this, you will need to use or create a Windows Live account.

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Microsoft PowerPointhelp and info

  • What can Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 do?

    Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 can make new presentations as well as edit existing ones with its wide customization features. It is capable of syncing to OneDrive for implementing updates between computers and mobile devices. There is no need to open a laptop to edit the presentation or manually distributing it. Users can share their presentations across any platforms for convenient collaborations and even receiving feedback from other users.

  • What comprises Microsoft PowerPoint 2010?

    The parts of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 are Title Bar that displays the file name, Menu Bar that has the tools, Standard Toolbar with command shortcuts, Formatting Toolbar for adjusting the contents, Status Bar with slide positions design types available, Drawing Toolbar for inserting or making objects, Task Pane for selection of varying tasks along with shortcuts to PowerPoint features, Outline and Slides Tabbed Pane for changing the presentation and slide view, Presenter View for convenient previews, Slide Zoom for closer view of the contents, Slide Navigator for switching within or out of sequence, Auto-extend for utilizing secondary monitors, Theme selections with default or downloadable themes, Simplified Sharing and quick access Help.

  • Is Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 free?

    Every Microsoft Office software including Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 is only a demo. New computers or laptops are prebuilt with a demo version of Microsoft Office. In order for users to fully utilize Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, they have to purchase a Microsoft Office license, otherwise some features are locked or restricted from usage.

  • Can users make PowerPoint presentations even on Microsoft Word?

    There is an option to export a Microsoft Word Document to Microsoft Powerpoint presentation. Users must open the document first, select “default style set”, highlight the target text, select "Home" then "Change Styles" from the Styles section, press "Style Set" and click the default style. The document’s heading must be highlighted into “Heading 1” via Home tab and modify if necessary. The headings will serve as the new slide in PowerPoint. After saving the document, the final step is opening it on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, select "All Files" and the document is exported into a presentation.

  • Is Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 still supported?

    Unfortunately, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 will no longer be supported in 2020 so users are obliged to upgrade their software. They have to upgrade their copy into Office 365 as it has better features as well as support by Microsoft. The latest upgrade enables live collaboration, mobile compatibility, research tools, Language assistance tools, letter templates and more.

  • Can PowerPoint presentations be exported as well into other formats?

    Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 has a lot of export formats to generate. Users can export their documents into PDF: document, Video slideshow, CD Package with Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer, Handouts version of all slides, older versions of Microsoft Powerpoint and other file types like PNG. This is ideal when it comes to making the presentation very accessible even if the mobile device or computer lacks any presentation viewer.

  • How to make a PowerPoint Presentation?

    Users must either select a slide or presentation theme or select a blank template. Then they fill the slide with words, images, and even hyperlinks. They can add more slides, as well as select formatting, slide transitions, animation, timing, and other presentation visuals. After editing everything they can finally save it and selecting their preferred presentation format.

  • Where to acquire a product key for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010?

    Users can get a product key by purchasing a legit copy of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 from physical retailers or the official Microsoft store although it may have been phased out. On the other hand, there are third-party developers generating product keys for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 despite it is not advised to take one because it’s illegal.

  • Are there any resources for working with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

    There are a lot of references for making a presentation from Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Default themes and templates are already added to this software while downloadable contents are available. Users can check video tutorials or online documentation for making a compelling presentation for school, work, events or even for personal use.

  • What are the differences between Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 and 2016?

    Other than the obvious upgrades, Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 offers flexibility and more tools. 2016 has Sharepoint for working across Office 365 apps. Everyone can co-author on the same presentation in parallel and real-time, at the same time changes are seen live similar to Google Drive apps. Works are also saved in OneDrive for efficient retrieval. Other features included are template editing, Closed Caption for videos, shape merging, smart aligning guides, threaded comments, touch support for mobile devices, Zoom, PowerPoint Designer, Morph Transition, PowerPoint Icons, new Charts, and ALT Text.