Share and Prepare: Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint

Presentation properties are the details about a presentation such as title, author name, subject, and keywords that identify the document’s topic or contents etc. It’s important to specify relevant values for the presentation’s Property attributes, because they help to identify the presentation. Populating the fields for various Properties also helps you search for particular slides more efficiently later.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint 2016

Advanced Presentation Properties in PowerPoint 2016

Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint 2013

Advanced Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint 2013

Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint 2010

Advanced Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint 2010

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Share and Prepare: Check Compatibility in PowerPoint

You might have experienced this scenario: you have created a presentation within PowerPoint 2016, but you are not sure whether your client, boss, friend, or colleague, who has an earlier version of PowerPoint will be able to view and edit this presentation using the same options that you have used? And, if you save this presentation as a file compatible with an earlier version of PowerPoint, there are chances that you could lose some attributes of the presentation that are not available in previous versions. Or worse, your editable content could just change to flat, non-editable pictures!

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Check Compatibility in PowerPoint 2016

Check Compatibility in PowerPoint 2013

Check Compatibility in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac:

Toolbox – Compatibility Report Tab in PowerPoint 2011

Check Compatibility in PowerPoint

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Share and Prepare: Check Accessibility in PowerPoint

An understanding has grown over the years to make all kinds of computer-generated content available to people with disabilities. PowerPoint is no stranger to this accessibility concept and has many options up its sleeve that help your slides be more relevant to those with accessibility impairments. PowerPoint’s built-in Accessibility Checker works similar to the spell checker. It highlights potential accessibility issues in your presentation so that you can fix these potential problems and make your content accessible to everyone.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Check Accessibility in PowerPoint 2016

Check Accessibility in PowerPoint 2013

Check Accessibility in PowerPoint 2010

Check Accessibility in PowerPoint

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Share and Prepare: Remove and Change Passwords in PowerPoint

There are various reasons why you would want to encrypt your PowerPoint file with a password. There are two password levels you can implement within a PowerPoint file: a password to open and a password to edit. However, even if you add a password to your presentation, there may come a time when you want to remove it. Or, you may want to change the password.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Remove and Change Passwords in PowerPoint 2016

Remove and Change Passwords in PowerPoint 2013

Remove and Change Passwords in PowerPoint 2010

Remove and Change Passwords in PowerPoint


Share: Encrypt with Password Option in PowerPoint

When you share your PowerPoint presentations with other people, you may want to protect or lock your content so that the slides may be accessed by only the people whom you permit to open the presentation. Or perhaps you have no problems with the recipients viewing slides but do not want them to be able to edit the presentation. PowerPoint 2016 provides an Encrypt with Password option to protect your presentation. However, let us ponder about why anyone would need to password-protect their PowerPoint presentations.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Encrypt with Password Option in PowerPoint 2016

Encrypt with Password Option in PowerPoint 2013

Encrypt with Password Option in PowerPoint 2010

Password Protect PowerPoint


Slide Layouts: Add New Slide Layouts in PowerPoint

Using the different Slide Layouts in PowerPoint, you can create good looking slides. For example, you can use the ready-made layouts available that contain pictures or charts or you could use a separate layout for the opening slide. These layouts can be edited or duplicated/renamed within Slide Master view to create even more Slide Layouts. While duplicating and editing Slide Layouts is a great way to make small changes, it’s not the same as creating a Slide Layout from scratch. As an analogy, duplicating and editing a Slide Layout is more like using a coloring book to fill color between the lines of pre-drawn art, but creating your Slide Layout from scratch is more like starting with a blank sheet of paper and drawing your art before you start coloring between the lines.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Add New Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2016

Add New Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2013

Add New Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac:

Add a New Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2011

Add New Slide Layouts in PowerPoint


Videos: Insert Video from Facebook in PowerPoint

The last option within our tutorials of the Insert Online Video series is bringing in videos from Facebook. There is a prerequisite though. To insert video from your Facebook account, you must add Facebook as a connected Service within your Microsoft account.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Insert Video from Facebook in PowerPoint 2016

Insert Video from Facebook in PowerPoint 2013

Facebook Video in PowerPoint

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Videos: Insert Video Using Video Embed Code in PowerPoint

The next option in our Insert Online Video series is inserting video from a Video Embed Code. Here you can use the embed code from any site and paste into Insert Video dialog box to insert the video clip into your slide. Technically, this option should work with YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, and most other sites.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Insert Video Using Video Embed Code in PowerPoint 2016

Insert Video Using Video Embed Code in PowerPoint 2013

Video Embed Code in PowerPoint


Videos: Insert YouTube Video in PowerPoint

PowerPoint provides various sources for inserting online video within your slide. In this tutorial, we’ll cover how you can insert video from YouTube.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Insert Video from YouTube in PowerPoint 2016

Insert Video from YouTube in PowerPoint 2013

Insert YouTube Video in PowerPoint

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Videos: Insert Video from OneDrive in PowerPoint

Our next option within the Insert Online Video series is inserting video from OneDrive. OneDrive is an online service which allows you to store files online – it also allows you to work on Microsoft Office web applications such as PowerPoint Online, where you can create and edit presentations. Remember that you will have to first sign in with your Microsoft account.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Insert Video from OneDrive in PowerPoint 2016

Insert Video from OneDrive in PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint OneDrive Video





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