How to Create a Custom Slide Show in Powerpoint 2013

A great Powerpoint presentation can often be re-used and shown to new audiences multiple times. But occasionally a Powerpoint file will contain some slides that aren’t relevant to a particular group of people, so you want to remove those slides. One solution to this would be to create multiple files, but that would require you […]

How to Delete a Table in Powerpoint 2013

Powerpoint tables are great tools for presenting data in an organized, familiar way. But if you have created a table in your presentation, and you no longer need it, then you may be having difficulty removing it from your slide. Fortunately Powerpoint 2013 tables can be removed from a presentation, and there are a couple […]

How to Save a Slideshow as a PDF in Powerpoint 2013

Opening a Powerpoint file on your computer requires you to have either Powerpoint installed, or another presentation application that is compatible with Powerpoint file types. This can prove problematic if you need to share information with someone who does not have this type of program on their computer, or if you need to upload your […]

How to Hide Background Graphics for a Single Slide in Powerpoint 2013

Most of the themes that are available in Powerpoint 2013 include some background graphics. They add a lot to the visual appeal of the slides, and save you time, energy, and money that would be involved in creating them yourself. But while those background graphics might be fine for most of your slides, you may […]

Powerpoint 2013 – How to Hide the Toolbar in Fullscreen Mode

Putting a presentation into full screen mode in Powerpoint 2013 is a very common method for sharing that presentation with other people. While there are a limited amount of controls on the screen, you are still able to control the slideshow as needed. One of the ways that you can navigate in full screen mode […]

How to Turn Off Automatic Superscript in Powerpoint 2013

Occasionally you will encounter small text that is raised off the baseline in Powerpoint 2013. This text is called superscript, and is commonly found with ordinals, which indicate the relative position of an item in a sequence. An example of an ordinal would be 1st, 2nd, 100th, and so on. Powerpoint 2013 automatically applies superscript […]

How to Hide the Ruler in Powerpoint 2013

Microsoft Office programs typically include a ruler as a means for you to properly size your documents and position objects symmetrically. Since your printed document is often not exactly the same size as what you see on the screen, this can help to remove the disconnect between the digital document and its physical counterpart. But […]

How to Embed Fonts in Powerpoint 2013

Choosing the correct font for a presentation can have a surprising impact on the way that your audience evaluates your slideshow. But the font files that you use when creating a Powerpoint presentation are stored on your computer, and Powerpoint 2013 on someone else’s computer may not have the same installed fonts. When this happens, […]

How to Enable Grammar Check in Powerpoint 2013

Spell check is an important part of most files that you create in Microsoft Office programs, whether it is a spreadsheet in Excel, a document in Word, or a slideshow in Powerpoint. But Office programs are also able to check grammar, which can be helpful if you have a Powerpoint presentation that contains a lot […]

How to Loop a Presentation in Powerpoint 2013

While it is popular to use a Powerpoint presentation as a visual tool for an audience to follow along with a presenter, it can also be used as a multimedia presentation method that runs on its own. This is common when you are creating a display in a store, or as part of a marketing effort […]