#TipTuesday: 5 Time-Saving Keyboard Shortcuts in PowerPoint

Learn five time-saving keyboard shortcuts in Microsoft PowerPoint in this week’s Happy Computers two-minute video!

These five tips will not only save you time when creating and editing PowerPoint slides, but will also help your presentations to go more smoothly. You will learn the shortcuts to add a new slide (instead of a new PowerPoint presentation), and when giving a presentation – start a slide show, start slide show from this slide, make the screen go white, and make the screen go black.

Want to learn more?

If you are a total beginner to PowerPoint and have never used it before, our Level 1 course is ideal. You will learn all the basics of PowerPoint including how to create and save a new presentation, the different presentation views, and making basic changes to slides, such as changing background colours, add pictures and add shapes – plus plenty more time-saving tips and keyboard shortcuts.

View course dates for your version of PowerPoint at the links below:

These courses will take place here at Happy’s offices in Aldgate in London, or contact us if you’d like to arrange a private group session, which can be held at Happy or at your workplace.

If you’d like more two minute time saving video tips, you can subscribe to our Happy Video Library from just £40 per year. Visit the Happy Video Library website, or contact us for bulk orders.

2 responses to “#TipTuesday: 5 Time-Saving Keyboard Shortcuts in PowerPoint”

  1. I think using a mouse during a presentation can be incredibly disruptive. Making use of shortcuts is a good way to avoid distracting your audience. Thanks for sharing the tips.

    1. Thanks for your comment, Rachel – I totally agree! Glad you found this helpful.

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