What is the Outline?

Created: Thursday, December 3, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



An outline within a PowerPoint presentation is all the text content of the presentation that’s inserted within any of the text placeholders. Although visuals, multimedia, and other slide objects can play an important role within a presentation, a proper outline is still the main skeleton on which the body of a presentation can be sustained. Without a cohesive outline, everything else is akin to a movie that has the best photography, great music, talented cast but no story to put it all together. So how do you create a structured outline — and does PowerPoint provide sufficiently robust outlining tools?

Learn how you can use the outline to create a better presentation in any version of PowerPoint.

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