Creating a Presentation from a Word Document

By: John Biglin, CEO
September 28, 2012

Now let’s say that you want to create a PowerPoint from a Word document that you already have. How can you make that happen and decrease the amount of time it takes to turn it into a presentation? It’s easy if you follow these steps:

  1. Close your Word document.
  2. Open a new PowerPoint slide.
  3. Select Search from the outline pane.
  4. Choose the appropriate Word Doc.
  5. Review text and make changes as you desire.

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