Sliding like a
using advanced PowerPoint shortcuts
For all Windows PowerPoint versions
and PowerPoint 2016 for Mac
Learn about selected features
Mouse over the highlighted features for a short description.
Grap an object's formatting to copy its style, font, text size etc. You no longer need to copy the formatting again and again.
Apply the formatting to another object by selecting the other object and then clicking button below this one.
Ensure everything is aligned by, for instance, left aligning all the selected elements.
Move objects next to each other so they just touch. Here the items are positions as from the right.
Position elements consistently across slides.
Grap an object's coordinates using this button and apply it to another object with the button below.
Add Harvey Balls
Harvey Balls are round symbols that are colored to reflect how a criteria is met. Harvey Balls are great for comparisons.
Switch two selected object around. Great for reordering steps in a process map or replacing graphics with new ones.
Match the width of all selected objects to the last object being selected.
Distribute all selected objects horizontally to get the same spaces between all objects.
Transform selected texts to upper-, lower-, or titlecase using this feature. This feature is particularly useful for headings.
Set the default language as well as all texts' language to the same one. Good for spellchecking slides from different sources.
Pay what you want
You can pay whatever you want.
That said, we believe you should only pay a tiny fraction of what having great slides will be worth to you.
On the right, we've therefore suggested a price based on how often you use PowerPoint.