Interface and Basics: Set as the Default PowerPoint Version

Created: Monday, May 22, 2017, posted by Geetesh at 12:52 pm

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Before we begin, let us make it clear that this tutorial is primarily for those people who have more than one version of PowerPoint installed on their system. Additionally, they are not happy about the version that launches when they open a PowerPoint file. Or they may find that PowerPoint files open in another program even if they have PowerPoint installed.

For more details, choose your version:

Microsoft Windows:

Set PowerPoint 2016 as the Default Version

Set PowerPoint 2013 as the Default Version

Set PowerPoint 2010 as the Default Version

Set PowerPoint 2007 as the Default Version

Apple Mac:

Set PowerPoint 2016 as the Default Version

Set PowerPoint 2011 as the Default Version

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