A Power Point presentation can be more than simply advancing through your slides.Using hyperlinks and action buttons, you can link to other slides in your presentation or other presentations, link objects created in programs other than Power Point so that they'll update in your slideshow when the original is updated (such as Excel spreadsheets), or link to websites.All Microsoft Office applications support OLE within their own versions (i.e.a Power Point 07 presentation can embed an object from Excel 07), but this will not work if you are working in compatibility mode (i.e.If you have already created a chart in Excel, you can embed and link it to your Power Point presentation.When you embed an Excel chart in Power Point, any updates you make to the original Excel chart will automatically update in your presentation, as long as the files remain in the same location.You can link your Microsoft accounts to various services (third party sites) to get pictures, videos, or documents within Power Point.Services available now include Flickr (access pictures), You Tube (online video clips), Facebook (social integration), etc.
Note: In order for an object to be linked, it must have been created in a program that supports Object Linking and Embedding (OLE).
Accounts work a little different depending upon whether you are using Windows 8 or Windows 7.
Resume Reading, a new feature in Power Point 2013, makes Power Point to remember the slide number you worked on last and enables you to resume your work from that particular slide.
Creating waterfalls in Power Point is time-consuming and error-prone.
You either push basic shapes around or use a hidden data row that supports floating segments.