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Microsoft PowerPoint 2019: Master PowerPoint Basics in Just 20 Mins!

Bryan Hong, Online Teaching Excel Expert

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11 Lessons (23m)
    • 1. Introduction - New PowerPoint Presentation and Templates

    • 2. PowerPoint Tabs, Ribbons and Groups

    • 3. First PowerPoint Slide and Designing the Slide

    • 4. Home Tab and Updates

    • 5. PowerPoint Buttons

    • 6. Inserting Pictures in PowerPoint

    • 7. Presentation Mode

    • 8. Animations Tab in PowerPoint

    • 9. File Options in PowerPoint

    • 10. Closing and Reopening

    • 11. Thank You!

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About This Class

Last time you tried to create a presentation for your boss, however creating Microsoft PowerPoint slides proved to be a troublesome task..

But it doesn't have to be this way!

You Will Walk Away With...

  • Master Microsoft PowerPoint 2019 Basics in just 20 minutes!
  • Understand the essence of PowerPoint functions, without memorizing them!
  • See how each of these functionalities are used with real examples!

After this class you will be able to:

  • Actually SMILE when you start creating Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations from scratch :-)
  • Impress your boss, coworkers, and your friends on what you can do with PowerPoint!

If you're like me, you use Microsoft PowerPoint on a daily basis for important tasks and presentations. Whether it's for business or personal related projects, everyone wants to be able to use Microsoft PowerPoint freely and easily.


If you're ready to gain full control of Microsoft PowerPoint 2019 TODAY, take the “Microsoft PowerPoint 2019: Master PowerPoint Basics" course right now and master the following: 

  • New Presentation and templates
  • Tabs, Ribbons and Groups
  • First Slide and Designing the Slide
  • Home Tab and Updates
  • Buttons
  • Inserting Pictures
  • Presentation Mode
  • Animations Tab
  • File Options
  • Closing and Reopening the PowerPoint Document