Interface and Basics: Import Outlines in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, April 10, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 3:04 pm

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Creating outlines (text content structure) for PowerPoint in some external application lets you stay away from distractions in PowerPoint-land and concentrate on the structure of your slides rather than their appearance. Once you have the outline created outside PowerPoint, it’s very easy to import it in the form of slides into PowerPoint. While this import process works the same way in all versions of PowerPoint, there are small interface changes. Explore in the following tutorials:

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2016

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2013

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2010

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2007

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2003

Apple Mac:

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2016

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2011

Import Outlines in PowerPoint 2008

Interface and Basics: Import Outlines in PowerPoint

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