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PowerPoint 2019 (Windows): Saving Presentations

PowerPoint 2019 (Windows): Saving Presentations


Overview/Description
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number
Expertise Level



Overview/Description

Explore the methods for saving, backing up, exporting, and protecting PowerPoint 2019 presentations. Key concepts in this 15-video course include how to save presentations; how to back up and recover presentations; and how to save your presentation as a PDF, a good format for sharing presentation. Begin by observing how to create a video presentation and run a slideshow automatically; how to create a presentation package, a tool which allows you to export elements you will need to deliver your presentation; and how to create a version of your presentation in Word. Next, learn how to use PowerPoint to check for compatibility issues that might be present in your document and help you correct them; how to edit your presentation properties; and how to access and configure layouts to adjust the print page layout. Finally, learn how to check for personal and confidential information in your presentation using the Document Inspector feature; how to protect presentations by adding password encryption; and how to use Compare function to differentiate multiple versions of a presentation.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.1

Lesson Objectives

PowerPoint 2019 (Windows): Saving Presentations

  • save your presentation
  • back up and recover your presentation
  • save your presentation as a PDF
  • export your presentation
  • create a video presentation
  • create a presentation package
  • use your presentation in Word
  • check for presentation compatibility issues
  • edit your presentation properties
  • adjust the presentation's print page layout
  • print your presentation
  • create an accessible presentation
  • check for personal information in your presentation
  • protect your presentation
  • compare two presentations
  • Course Number:
    ds_mspp2019_03_enus

    Expertise Level
    Beginner