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  1. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  2. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  3. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  4. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  5. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  6. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  7. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  8. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  9. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  10. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  11. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  12. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  13. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  14. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  15. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  16. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  17. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  18. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  19. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  20. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  21. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  22. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  23. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  24. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  25. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  26. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  27. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  28. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  29. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  30. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  31. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  32. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  33. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  34. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  35. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  36. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  37. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  38. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  39. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  40. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  41. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  42. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  43. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  44. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  45. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  46. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  47. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  48. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  49. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  50. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  51. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  52. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  53. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  54. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  55. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  56. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  57. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  58. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  59. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  60. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  61. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  62. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  63. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  64. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  65. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  66. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  67. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  68. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  69. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  70. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  71. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  72. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  73. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  74. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  75. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  76. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  77. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  78. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  79. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  80. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  81. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  82. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  83. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  84. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  85. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  86. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  87. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  88. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  89. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  90. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  91. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  92. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  93. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  94. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  95. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  96. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  97. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  98. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  99. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  100. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  101. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  102. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  103. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  104. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  105. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  106. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  107. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  108. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  109. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  110. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  111. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  112. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  113. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  114. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  115. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  116. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  117. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  118. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  119. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  120. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  121. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  122. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  123. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  124. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  125. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  126. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  127. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  128. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  129. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  130. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  131. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  132. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  133. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  134. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  135. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  136. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  137. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  138. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  139. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  140. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  141. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  142. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  143. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  144. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  145. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  146. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  147. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  148. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  149. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  150. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  151. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  152. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  153. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  154. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  155. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  156. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  157. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  158. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  159. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  160. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  161. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  162. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  163. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  164. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  165. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  166. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  167. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  168. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  169. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  170. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  171. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  172. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  173. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  174. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  175. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  176. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  177. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  178. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  179. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  180. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  181. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  182. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  183. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  184. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  185. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  186. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  187. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  188. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  189. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  190. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  191. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  192. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  193. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  194. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  195. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  196. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  197. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  198. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  199. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  200. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  201. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  202. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  203. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  204. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  205. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  206. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  207. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  208. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  209. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  210. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  211. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  212. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  213. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  214. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  215. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  216. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  217. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  218. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  219. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  220. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  221. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  222. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  223. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  224. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  225. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  226. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  227. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  228. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  229. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  230. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  231. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  232. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  233. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  234. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  235. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  236. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  237. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  238. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  239. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  240. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  241. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  242. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  243. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  244. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  245. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  246. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  247. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  248. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  249. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  250. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  251. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  252. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  253. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  254. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  255. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  256. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  257. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  258. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  259. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  260. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  261. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  262. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  263. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  264. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  265. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  266. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  267. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  268. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  269. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  270. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  271. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  272. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  273. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  274. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  275. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  276. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  277. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  278. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  279. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  280. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  281. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  282. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  283. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  284. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  285. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  286. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  287. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  288. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  289. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  290. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  291. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  292. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  293. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  294. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  295. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  296. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  297. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  298. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  299. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  300. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  301. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  302. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  303. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  304. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  305. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  306. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  307. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  308. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  309. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  310. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  311. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  312. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  313. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  314. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  315. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  316. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  317. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  318. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  319. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  320. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  321. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  322. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  323. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  324. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  325. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  326. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  327. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  328. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  329. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  330. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  331. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  332. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  333. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  334. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  335. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  336. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  337. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  338. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  339. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  340. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  341. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  342. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  343. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  344. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  345. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  346. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  347. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  348. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  349. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  350. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  351. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  352. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  353. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  354. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  355. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  356. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  357. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  358. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  359. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  360. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  361. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  362. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  363. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  364. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  365. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  366. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  367. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  368. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  369. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  370. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  371. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  372. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  373. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  374. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  375. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  376. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  377. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  378. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  379. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  380. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  381. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  382. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  383. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  384. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  385. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  386. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  387. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  388. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  389. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  390. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  391. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  392. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  393. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  394. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  395. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  396. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  397. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  398. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  399. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  400. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  401. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  402. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  403. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  404. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  405. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  406. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  407. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  408. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  409. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  410. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  411. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  412. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  413. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  414. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  415. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  416. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  417. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  418. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  419. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  420. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  421. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  422. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  423. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  424. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  425. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  426. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  427. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  428. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  429. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  430. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  431. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  432. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  433. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  434. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  435. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  436. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  437. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  438. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  439. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  440. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  441. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  442. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  443. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  444. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  445. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  446. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  447. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  448. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  449. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  450. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  451. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  452. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  453. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  454. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  455. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  456. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  457. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  458. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  459. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  460. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  461. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  462. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  463. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  464. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  465. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  466. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  467. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  468. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  469. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  470. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  471. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  472. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  473. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  474. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  475. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  476. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  477. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  478. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  479. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  480. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  481. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  482. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  483. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  484. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  485. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  486. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  487. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  488. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  489. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  490. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  491. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  492. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  493. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  494. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  495. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  496. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  497. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  498. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  499. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  500. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  501. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  502. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  503. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  504. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  505. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  506. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  507. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  508. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  509. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  510. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  511. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  512. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  513. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  514. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  515. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  516. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  517. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  518. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  519. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  520. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  521. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  522. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  523. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  524. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  525. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  526. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  527. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  528. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  529. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  530. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  531. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  532. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  533. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  534. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  535. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  536. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  537. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  538. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  539. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  540. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  541. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  542. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  543. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  544. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  545. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  546. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  547. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  548. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  549. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  550. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  551. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  552. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  553. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  554. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  555. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  556. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  557. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  558. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  559. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  560. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  561. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  562. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  563. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  564. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  565. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  566. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  567. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  568. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  569. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  570. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  571. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  572. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  573. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  574. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  575. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  576. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  577. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  578. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  579. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  580. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  581. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  582. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  583. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  584. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  585. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  586. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  587. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  588. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  589. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  590. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  591. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  592. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors
  593. Quickpoint ® How To Quickoffice Connect TM Mobile Suite for iPad
  594. Opening Presentations Viewing Presentations Quickpoint® can open and edit 2003 Microsoft PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPT files. 2007 PowerPoint formatted presentations such as PPTX files can be opened as read only but can still be presented both on device and on an external monitor. Tap on the desired filename in the File Manager to open the presentation. Quickpoint ® provides you a new, optimized way to view both 2003 and 2007 presentations in both Portrait and Landscape modes on your iPad ® . The main slide can be zoomed in and out using standard pinch zoom. When the slide is zoomed in, you can move the slide so you can focus the desired part of the slide.
  595. Editing Presentations Part I - Filmstrip and Slide Management These following editing sections are valid for 2003 (PPT) formatted presentations only. • Tap and drag vertically to scroll the filmstrip on the left side of the main slide • Tap the to add a slide exactly like the one that you are viewing. • Tap the on the left slide of the selected slide to delete that slide • Tap, hold and drag to move a slide • Tap additional slides once you have tapped and held on a slide to select multiple slides
  596. Part II - Changing Graphics You can do several things to images, shapes, and textboxes inside the presentation. Tap once to select the image, shape, or textbox and enable edit controls. • Tap to rotate the image, shape, or textbox • Tap and drag to move the image, shape, or textbox • Tap to resize the image, shape or textbox • Tap a second time on the selected item to see the delete dialog • Double tap on the shape of textbox to begin text editing
  597. Power Edit mode is available when you have selected an image, shape, or textbox. Tap the to open the Power Edit Toolbox. To dismiss the toolbox, tap the on the top right above the toolbox. Part III - Power Edit Mode For textboxes and shapes you can change: • Bold • Italics • Underline • Font size, style, and color • Alignment • Inserting or removing bullets • Fill color • Arrangement (Bring to Front, Send to Back)
  598. • Tap to open the Add Graphic menu • Tap from the shapes tab to add a textbox • Tap or drag and drop any of the shapes to insert one of them • Tap the Images tab to change to the insert image menu • You can insert images from the iPad photo gallery, as well as your local repository. Navigate to the desired directory and tap or drag and drop to insert the desired image. On 2003 formatted presentations, you can insert text boxes, shapes, and images. Part IV - Inserting Graphics
  599. • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the left side of the screen will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide • A double tap will exit slideshow mode You can show your 2003 and 2007 presentations in slideshow mode both on device and on an external monitor or projector. • Plug a video out connector into the dock • Tap the to start slideshow mode • Select the desired output location: “Main screen” or “External Monitor” Presenting Slideshows
  600. When presenting on an external monitor or projector, Quickpoint ® gives you additional controls in a control panel • Single tap or a tap and drag (right to left) or a tap on the will advance to the next slide • A tap and drag (left to right) or a tap on the will go back to the previous slide • Tap on the will show the filmstrip and allow you to jump to a slide. A second tap will dismiss the filmstrip. • A tap and hold anywhere on the screen will activate a virtual laser pointer • A double tap or a tap on the will exit slideshow mode Video Out to External Monitors and Projectors

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