Learn PowerPoint 2010: PowerPoint 2010 Views

Created: Friday, September 10, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:14 am

In PowerPoint 2010, many of the views remain unchanged from PowerPoint 2007 — or are very slightly changed. In this article, we will explore all these view options. PowerPoint 2010 continues to provide the seven different views available in PowerPoint 2007, and adds a new Reading view to make a total of eight views. The Outline view from PowerPoint 2003 and earlier is still not accessible through a menu option or button, but we’ll explore that later in this article. For the rest of the views, you can switch between all of them with a single click or a keyboard shortcut.

Learn about PowerPoint views here.

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