Share and Prepare: Properties of a Presentation in PowerPoint

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Presentation properties are the details about a presentation such as title, author name, subject, and keywords.

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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.

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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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