Learn to use PowerPoint like a presentation professional with the video tutorials featured below. Each video is loaded with PowerPoint hacks that will give your presentation skills a major upgrade. As a bonus, most of these videos also include tips and tricks for other Microsoft products such as Word, Excel, and OneNote.

Get ready to impress your boss and colleagues with your sophisticated PowerPoint skills; these videos will transform the way you create presentations and present with PowerPoint.

1. How To Use iPad Office For PowerPoint Presentations (14 minute webinar)

On March 31, 2014, Microsoft published this webinar with the summary:

Last week, we announced that Office is available for the iPad. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to get up and running with these new apps. You’ll learn the basics, from how to get your files opened to how AutoSave works. Plus, we’ll go deeper to show you tips and tricks in each of the new apps: Excel, PowerPoint, and Word for iPad.

Favorite Tip: This great resource will show you how to run a slideshow and project to a screen using PowerPoint for iPad.

If you want to view more tutorials for using PowerPoint on an iPad, check out these Training videos for PowerPoint for iPad.

2. How To Use Dropbox For Your PowerPoint Presentations (53 second demo)

On November 4, 2014, Microsoft published this webinar with the summary:

If you are an Office user that also uses Dropbox, it’ll be easier than ever to use them together. The updates for iPad, iPhone and Android Phones will be available from your device’s app store over the next few weeks. Next year, we’ll also add connections between Dropbox and Office Online web experiences.

Favorite Tip: To get started immediately, download the new PowerPoint app in iTunes.

3. How To Insert YouTube Videos in PowerPoint Presentations (14 minute webinar)

On April 28, 2014, Microsoft published this webinar with the summary:

You can insert YouTube videos in PowerPoint again! We’ll show you how it all works, from searching YouTube to inserting the video–all with PowerPoint. We’ll show you some other video tips too, like how to insert your own videos from OneDrive.com.

Favorite Tip: This helpful video will show you how to playback videos in PowerPoint Online.

If you want to view another tutorial for inserting videos into PowerPoint Presentations, check out this bonus video:

4. How PowerPoint Works On An 82-inch Touch Screen (10 minute webinar)

On February 17, 2014, Microsoft published this webinar with the summary:

Like working on your tablet or smartphone? Imagine one bigger than your TV. Perceptive Pixel by Microsoft delivers exceptional, multi-purpose touch devices for brainstorming, collaboration, and interactive presentations. In this week’s webinar, we’ll show you how Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote work on a 82-inch screen.

Favorite Tip: This webinar will show you how to work with interactive presentations in PowerPoint.

5. How To Convert Images To PowerPoint Files  (45 second demo)

On September 16, 2014, Microsoft published this webinar with the summary:

Office Lens is a great app for capturing whiteboard notes and paper documents and saving them in OneNote. Today it got even better with the ability to convert pictures of whiteboard notes and paper documents directly into Word documents and PowerPoint presentations—that you can edit, author and edit again.

Favorite Tip: This video will teach you how to convert pictures from whiteboards into PowerPoint files.

Conclusion: Now that you have polished your PowerPoint skills, continue your presentation training with these articles:

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Five Ways to Strengthen Your Presentation Writing

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