Migrating from PowerPoint 2003 to PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

PowerPoint 2010 (Windows)    |    Beginner
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Migrating from a previous version of Microsoft PowerPoint can be made easier by understanding the similarities and differences between versions. Explore PowerPoint's print, text, editing, chart, presenting, and animation tools.


  • Organizing your slides
    Adjusting your print setup
    Inserting text
    Cutting, copying & pasting
  • Creating a diagram
    Inserting a chart
    Using the slide show mode
    Adding animations to your slide show


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    In PowerPoint 2010, you will find all the tools for organizing your slides that you had in PowerPoint 2003. You will, however, find some new features as well, including more easily-accessible duplication tools, and the section tool. FREE ACCESS
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    The page and print setup tools from PowerPoint 2003 have been reorganized and improved in PowerPoint 2010. You will also find that the print preview and print setup menus in PowerPoint 2010 have been combined into a single, simple-to-use view. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Inserting content in PowerPoint 2010 (Windows)
    7m 51s
    The content editing tools have been greatly improved in PowerPoint 2010. Text boxes are easier to manipulate, special characters are more accessible, and the equation tool present in PowerPoint 2003 is now fully integrated with the program. The proofing and spell checking tools are also easier to find in PowerPoint 2010. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Cutting, copying & pasting in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows
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    In PowerPoint 2010, the cut, copy, and paste tools work in much the same way as in PowerPoint 2003. They have, however, been reorganized into the Home tab, as part of the new Office ribbon. Likewise the clipboard tool, which is still present but needs to be activated before you can use it to its full potential. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Creating a diagram in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows
    11m 34s
    The shape tools in PowerPoint 2003 are very useful for creating diagrams in your presentation. These effective tools have been reorganized and improved in PowerPoint 2010. The same organization, alignment, and distribution tools are also present in PowerPoint 2010. PowerPoint 2010 also features the SmartArt tool, which allows you to quickly design and insert preset, pre-formatted graphics. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Inserting charts in PowerPoint 2010 (Windows)
    8m 5s
    The tools used to create, label, and modify charts have changed a bit since PowerPoint 2003. In PowerPoint 2010, it is much easier to select a new chart type, adjust your chart's formatting, and add and remove labels and chart elements. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Using Slide Show mode in PowerPoint 2010 (Windows)
    7m 18s
    The Slide Show mode is an essential tool in PowerPoint 2010. While the setup options have changed very little since PowerPoint 2003, PowerPoint 2010 offers new features, including the ability to broadcast your presentation over the internet, and far more developed ink and annotation tools. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Adding animations to your slide show in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows
    8m 23s
    You can make your presentation more dynamic by adding animations to your slides. The animation tools in PowerPoint 2003 have been greatly improved. They have also been reorganized into their own tab. You can also make your presentation more fluid with action buttons and slide transitions. FREE ACCESS


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