What Are Placeholders in PowerPoint?

Answer A placeholder is a preformatted box on a PowerPoint slide. The box will have a dotted border with a descriptive phrase inside, such as "Click to add Title." When you click on the placeholder box, ... Read More »

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How to Choose Placeholders That Serve As Reception Favors?

Placeholders, also called place cards, are small signs that designate where a party guest is to sit at a table. Placeholders may be used at wedding receptions, as the seating chart is often an inte... Read More »

Will PowerPoint 2002 files work with PowerPoint 2007?

Presentations made with Microsoft PowerPoint 97-2003 are compatible with PowerPoint 2007. The newer version will automatically convert the older file so that it can function as if it were created i... Read More »

Can PowerPoint 2007 open PowerPoint 2003 files?

PowerPoint 2007 can open earlier version of PowerPoint files, such as 2003. Not only that, but PowerPoint 2007 users can save their files as earlier versions of the program, enabling users to open ... Read More »

How to Create a Powerpoint Presentation (Office Powerpoint 2007)?

This will tell you how to make a good PowerPoint presentation using office PowerPoint 2007