10 new features of power point 2010 By Britney Griffin
Video(s) Embed and Edit video from within PowerPoint Add phases Add formatting effects Book Mark Scenes Trim Video
Picture Editing tools Versatile Editing and artistic effects Advanced correction Color Cropping Tools 3D Slide transitions
Managing Ability to compress video and audio files Customizable ribbon Ability to create custom tabs Back Stage View -replaces the traditional File menu in all Office 2010 applications to provide a centralized, organized space New ways to manage presentations with tools that save time and simplify your work
New Back stage view New features It is where you manage files and data about them Under file tab lets you quickly gain access to tasks Manage files View document properties Setting permissions Saving and printing presentations
Improved ability to work together Broadcast your slide show to people in other locations, whether or not they have PowerPoint installed Create a video of your presentation including your transitions, animations, narration, and timings to share with virtually anyone, any time after your live broadcast.
gives you the power to work more easily and with more flexibility to accomplish your goals.
Does require internet connection and either SharePoint Foundation 2010 or a Windows Live ID
Automatically save versions of your presentation Auto-Revisions automatically save different, progressive versions of your presentations so that you can retrieve part or all of earlier versions Don’t have to remember to manually save, another author overwrites your content ,or you wish to go back to an earlier version
Safe mode let you safely use a Microsoft Office program that has encountered certain problems two types of safe modes: Automated Safe mode - When you start a program and a problem is detected, the program goes into this mode and either fixes the problem or isolates it, allowing the program to start successfully. User-Initiated Safe mode - You can start a program in this mode to try to resolve certain issues.
Organize your slides into sections organize large slide decks more manageable easier to navigate collaborate with others to create a presentation by labeling and grouping your slides into sections You can name, print, and apply effects to an entire section For example, each colleague can be responsible for preparing slides for a separate section Keeps down on confusing when using a power point with lots of slides Helps make clear owner ship when making a presentation New slide sorter view more helpful when you want to organize and sort your slides into logical categories that you have defined.