Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 was released to the public three years ago, and now PowerPoint 2010 is on the horizon. The new version of Microsoft’s presentation program boasts some impressive new features, such as:
- the ability to capture and insert screenshots – all in PowerPoint
- richer video editing functions
- the facility to embed Youtube videos in PowerPoint
- a new presentation view – Reading View
This site is dedicated to getting you up to speed with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. To do that, I’ve created a whole host of tutorials covering all aspects of the new version of PowerPoint. And the tutorials are increasing in number all the time. Most of the tutorials are written but there are some freely available video tutorials too.
What I intend to do very soon is create a quickstart video tutorial for you to download. This will comprise a comprehensive set of tasks that will take you through the creation of an example PowerPoint 2010 presentation from start to finish. This PowerPoint 2010 video tutorial will be the king daddy of them all, because it will include all the new features of PowerPoint 2010.
Also on the cards are a series of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 mini video tutorials. These will be smaller task oriented projects. For example, one will be aimed at teaching you how to create your own stylish PowerPoint Template.
Around three years on from the debut of PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2013 has been released. Two words: flat interface. You’ll see what we mean when you use it. Get up to speed with these PowerPoint 2013 tutorials, and you’ll soon be using all the new features like a pro.