Learn PowerPoint for iPad: Add Places

Created: Wednesday, June 24, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:30 am



Whenever you save a file, or open an existing file within PowerPoint for iPad, you access what is called a “Place”. Thus a “Place” is a location to save and access files. The question then is why do you need a Place? Can’t you just navigate a file structure and save files? No, you cannot because the iPad does not expose its file structure. In addition, some Places you access on an iPad are cloud locations such as OneDrive, SharePoint, Dropbox, iCloud, etc. that are not part of the iPad’s storage. So in other words, a Place is a determined and established location.

Learn how you can add Places in PowerPoint for iPad.

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