How to Export a Project to PowerPoint

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PowerPoint, the Microsoft Office Suite application used to compile electronic presentations, may be thought of as simply a slide show tool, but the software handles much more than just bullet points on a screen. PowerPoint's insertion feature allows just about any type of project to be exported directly onto the slides, turning presentations into multimedia efforts or just keeping all of your project files together as one.

  • Save the project to a location on the computer, such as the desktop.

  • Open PowerPoint. To add the project into an existing PowerPoint presentation, click the "File" tab, click "Open," browse to the presentation and double-click it.

  • Add a new slide to the presentation by clicking a slide on the slide deck in the left-side column of the screen and pressing the "Enter" key. Otherwise, scroll to the slide to receive the project.

  • Click the "Insert" tab at the top of the screen.

  • Add a graphics project to the PowerPoint by clicking the "Picture" button on the ribbon/toolbar directly below the tab, browsing to the picture and double-clicking it.

  • Add a spreadsheet project to the slide by clicking the "Object" button on the toolbar/ribbon. Click "Create from file," browse to the spreadsheet, double-click it and click the "OK" button on the "Insert Object" window.

  • Add a movie project to the slide by clicking the "Video" button on the ribbon/toolbar. Select "Video from File." Browse to and double-click the movie to add. A black rectangle is added to the slide, with movie play controls below it.

  • Click the "File" tab, select "Save As," rename the presentation and save it to the computer.

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