Creating PowerPoint Outlines in Microsoft Word 2003

Created: Friday, September 24, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:39 am



We already showed you how you can create outlines for your PowerPoint presentation in Notepad (Microsoft Windows) and TextEdit (Mac OS X). We still maintain that it’s best you use either of these text editors but if you already created a structure for your presentation in Microsoft Word (or if your boss or colleague sent you one), it makes no sense to abandon it for a text editor. Follow these steps to create an outline for your PowerPoint presentation using Microsoft Word 2003 for Windows.

Creating PowerPoint Outlines n Word 2003

Learn how to create outlines for presentations in Microsoft Word 2003 that are formatted for failsafe import into Microsoft PowerPoint.

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