Creating PowerPoint presentation even you don’t have a Microsoft Office installed on your computer is now possible using free online services like Google Docs and Zoho.
In this article I will teach you how to create PowerPoint presentation using Google Slide. It is similar to Microsoft PowerPoint and you only need a Google account to access. If you are familiar with PowerPoint this will be very easy for you.
Follow the steps below to create a PowerPoint presentation in Google Slide.
- Go to Google slide page https://www.google.com.ph/slides/about/ click “Go to Google Slides”
- Sign In using your Google account
- On the Google Slide page, click the red circle with “+” sign located at the lower right corner of the page to create a new presentation.
- It will open a new presentation, first you need to choose a theme, select which theme you like then click OK. If none of the available theme catches your taste, you can easily import theme.
- Ok, First, name your presentation. Click on the “Untitle Presentation” then on the popup, enter the name of your presentation and click ok.
- Next is to start entering content on your presentation. Put the title and subtitle by simply clicking on the area of the slide that has a label “Click to add Title” same with subtitle and other content.
- To add another slide, click the “+” located at the top left of the screen just under the menu bar. See the screenshot.
- To add an image, video, tables, etc. in your presentation, click the Insert menu.
- You can also add transition effect on every slide, click “Transition” and select what transition effect you want to apply.
- You can also add animation effect on every part of your content, simply click the content that you want to animate and click “Add animation”.
- To test your presentation and make the necessary adjustment, click “Present”
- If it’s ready you can either share directly to other google user or download as Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation. To download, go to File > Download As and select your desired format to download.
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