PowerPoint is a presentation application offered through Office 365. With PowerPoint, you can create high-quality and effective presentations for a wide range of audiences and stakeholders while collaborating on edits with colleagues in real-time.
Use PowerPoint with Office 365 tools such as Excel to create powerful, integrated presentation models. PowerPoint also offers a variety of features to make creating engaging slides easy, including:
- A design ideas feature that automatically gives you graphic and formatting recommendations.
- A wide selection of templates to build presentations from.
- Built-in photo editing tools.
- SmartArt options that can convert text-based ideas into graphics.
Use the online and desktop versions of PowerPoint with OneDrive to easily and securely share your presentations, and to access your slides from anywhere you go.
PowerPoint is available for free to faculty and staff using Office 365 and can be installed on up to five personal computers.
Log in to your online Outlook/UTmail+ account and click on the waffle in the top left corner. Select the PowerPoint tool.
A downloadable version of PowerPoint is available for U of T owned computers through the Microsoft Campus License Agreement. Faculty members, librarians and administrative staff with an appointment of at least 20 per cent can download and install PowerPoint on up to five personal devices.
The software is available through the Office 365 web interface.
Please note that the University does not provide support for this application. Access Microsoft’s PowerPoint help centre for assistance.
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