This in-depth Microsoft PowerPoint for Office 365 and PowerPoint 2021 training prepares learners to master PowerPoint and its features: from handling its files and navigating its toolbars to creating charts with different datasets, and presenting effectively.
So many companies, organizations, and teams use PowerPoint so often that "PowerPoint" is now a generic noun that not only covers any visual presentation, but any attempt to visually explain a complicated topic.
If you're uncomfortable with any part of creating, editing or presenting a PowerPoint presentation or file, you owe it to yourself and your career to master it. Don't be left in the dust with bad presentations and bad collaboration. This approachable Microsoft PowerPoint training will give you comfort and familiarity with the productivity software.
For anyone who manages IT training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new technical or non-technical professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Microsoft PowerPoint: What You Need to Know
This Microsoft PowerPoint training has videos that cover Microsoft productivity tools topics including:
- Opening, editing, sharing and managing PowerPoint files
- Importing data from other Microsoft products into PowerPoint
- Manipulating charts, graphs, graphics and animations on slides
- Thinking with good slide design and communicating effectively
Who Should Take Microsoft PowerPoint Training?
This Microsoft PowerPoint training is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for technical or non-technical professionals with no experience at all.
PowerPoint user training. It doesn't matter if you work in sales, marketing, management, HR, or design — you need to know how to use PowerPoint. If you don't, you'll just be making boring, tedious, bad presentations. But with this Microsoft PowerPoint training, you'll know how to take tons of data and visualize it the right way so the people who need to know can make great decisions.
New or aspiring IT professionals. If you're starting an IT career, you have a lot of things ahead of you to learn. From networking protocols to device configurations, your career will be highly technical. But you also need to prepare yourself for a lot of time spent in an office, presenting information and explaining your choices. With this Microsoft PowerPoint training, you can feel confident in your presentations.