For those who often hold presentations and use PowerPoint, there’s a simple way to stop them from running out of time.
If a Windows 10 device is reset using a feature of the operating system, unwanted apps may appear on subsequent reinstallation. These include Spotify, all sorts of cheap and often very childish games, various links to Office web apps, and of course the obligatory OneNote. While the apps and games can be removed in the usual way, deleting the web links fails, and worse still, these shortcuts do not disappear from the Start menu even after installing the full Office 2019 or Microsoft 365 package, so Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word all appear twice, which can confuse some programs.
Keyword clouds are an attractive way to visualize what you are saying, for example in PowerPoint presentations. Even better news: to create your own keyword cloud and save it as an image, all you need to do is install a free extension.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and all other applications included in Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) are automatically updated by default. Since automatic updates don’t always work perfectly, it’s a good idea to check for updates yourself.
Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Office 365) subscribers know that they benefit from a range of extra services, including 1TB of storage space in the OneDrive cloud, regular feature updates, and access to premium templates. But more recently, they also come with free fonts.