At the launch of their Office Insider Program, developers have explained how Microsoft upped their PowerPoint 2016 software. Participants could thus find out that there are now two new features that will make designing processes a lot easier, namely, the Design and the Morph functions.
Design features are incredibly important nowadays as increasingly more smart devices put the emphasis on them. Given these circumstances, software developers like Microsoft had to come up with new functions to make their programs more attractive.
PowerPoint is said to trigger consumers’ curiosity because Microsoft plans to make it a more user-friendly app. This means you will no longer have to be an expert to design slides because there will be various pre-defined options that will automatically guide you through the process.
Microsoft has also considered those users, who are not pleased with the slides that the program suggested. The majority of them were too extravagant, making PowerPoint presentations seem unprofessional.
The two features that Microsoft has added to the PowerPoint 2016 program are Design and Morph. As their name says it, Design helps users create slides in a much shorter period of time. Instead of going through endless clicks to create one single design, the program already features them, so the user can select them directly.
Design is a cloud-based function, which means all slides will be stored online. Problems may appear when there is no more Internet connectivity. In this case, users will no longer have access to slide updates, but they can still edit and modify the existing slides.
Morph, on the other hand, can be used to modify slides to give them a binded aspect. Slides may sometimes have distinct characteristics, which give an unpleasant look to the entire presentation, regardless of the transitions that users select.
Consequently, Microsoft is giving users the possibility to change slide content so they would look uniform and professional. The new set of transitions are in keeping with today’s trends, meaning the change from one slide to another will no longer have flashy elements and will be subtle instead.
Customers, who are interested in getting their hands on the new Microsoft Office suite 2016 will have to subscribe to the new program. The Office Insider that the company presented on Friday, the 13th of November does just that: it gives users and customers alike an insight into the features of the new program as soon as they are launched.
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