New Features in PowerPoint 2010

Created: Wednesday, July 15, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:37 am



PowerPoint 2010 is so much awaited, and it’s great to know that Microsoft has unwrapped some information on what’s new in this upcoming release of the world’s leading presentation program.

The new Office 2010 site has videos that show new features for all of the Office 2010 programs including PowerPoint. PowerPoint 2010 provides cool Artistic Effects for photos with live previews. New transitions have been added, and the Animation Painter option copies animations from one slide object to another, and that’s so cool if you have added and fine-tuned your animation sequences and timings for one object and want it repeated on another! There are new video options including reflections for video clips, video trimming capabilities, and new navigation controls. File compression works better and you can save your PowerPoints as video clips. New Slide Sections lets you organize your slides into logical sections. SharePoint integration gets better with the Broadcast feature for slide shows that lets you show your presentations to other in their web browsers!

This embedded video from YouTube shows you more.

And I cover the rest of the Office 2010 applications in my new Techmazine site: see What’s New in Office 2010?

Categories: office_2010, powerpoint_2010

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