Reset, Export, and Import Ribbon Customizations in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

Created: Thursday, November 21, 2019, posted by at 9:15 am


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PowerPoint 2019 for Windows allows you to customize the Ribbon in a number of ways. You can add new Ribbon tabs, add Groups within the Ribbon tabs, and populate these Groups with useful commands. And if you think you made a mess and were better off with the defaults, then you can always get back to square one. On a more positive front, you can share your customizations with friends and colleagues, or also your other computers. And you can export your customizations to a file saved as a backup for a rainy day!

Reset, Export, and Import Ribbon Customizations in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

Learn how to reset, export, and import Ribbon customizations in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows.



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