Google Slides

With Google Slides, you can create and present professional presentations for sales, projects, training modules, and much more. Google Slides presentations are stored safely in the cloud. You build presentations right in your web browser-no special software is required. Even better, multiple people can work on your slides at the same time, you can see people\'s changes as they make them, and every change is automatically saved. You will learn how to open Google Slides, create a blank presentation, and create a presentation from a template. You will explore themes, layout options, and how to add and format content, and speaker notes in your presentations. You will learn how to enhance your slides by adding tables, images, charts, and more. You will also learn how to use slide transitions and object animations in your presentation for visual effects. We will discuss how to organize slides and explore some of the options, including duplicating and ordering your slides, importing existing slides, copying slides, and hiding slides. You will learn how to share your presentation with others and will also learn about collaborator permissions, tracking changes, and version management. Google Slides offers many features that make team collaboration easy. You will learn how to collaborate with your team using comments and action items. Presenting your slides is the ultimate goal so you will learn how to present your slides to others and explore the presentation tools available.

Created by: Google Cloud

Language: English

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