Proofing: Research Tools in PowerPoint and Microsoft Office

Created: Monday, April 17, 2017, posted by Geetesh at 3:14 pm

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Creating a slide deck, and you suddenly want to authenticate a figure or double-check a fact? Well, there’s no need to open a web browser or even access a conventional dictionary. Research, a less explored option is available within most Microsoft Office applications, including PowerPoint. This option connects with various online and offline reference sources such as translations, dictionaries, and news services.

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Microsoft Windows:

Research Tools in PowerPoint 2016

Research Tools in PowerPoint 2013

Research Tools in PowerPoint 2010

Research Tools in PowerPoint

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