Views: Views in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, December 7, 2017, posted by Geetesh at 12:03 pm

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Your slides remain the same, yet the various views in PowerPoint make exploring those same slides a little different. This approach makes sense because viewing slides in Slide Show view gives an entirely different perspective than editing them in Normal view. Further, it’s easier to reorder and work with multiple slides in Slide Sorter view and make changes to individual slides in Normal view. All put together, PowerPoint provides you with several different views. Many of these views can be accessed from the View tab of the Ribbon.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint. If we do not have a tutorial for your version of PowerPoint, explore the version closest to the one you use.

Microsoft Windows

Views in PowerPoint 2016

Views in PowerPoint 2013

Views in PowerPoint 2010

Views in PowerPoint 2007

Apple Mac

Views in PowerPoint 2016

Views in PowerPoint 2011

PowerPoint Online

Views in PowerPoint Online

Views in PowerPoint

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