Use The New Slide Zoom Feature In PowerPoint

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  • Published on Jul 26, 2018
  • In this tutorial I'll show you how to use the new slide zoom feature in Microsoft PowerPoint to create an interactive noticeboard effect, or an interactive office desk effect.
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Comments • 35

  • Jorelle Tuyor
    Jorelle Tuyor 17 days ago

    Good day, can you share me your email address because I don't have one and I needed it today, my powerpoint project will be passed this afternoon.

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  15 days ago

      Hello Jorelle, you can email me at admin@thetechtrain.co.uk

  • Monet Quimpan
    Monet Quimpan 18 days ago +1

    i can't find the bulletin board in the link :(

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  2 days ago

      It seems to have gone wandering from that website, but I managed to track down a virtually identical one here: www.free-ppt-templates.com/2018/10/board-ppt-background.html?spref=pi

  • Ping Pong
    Ping Pong 3 months ago +1

    Only works with a paid Microsoft subscription to Office 365....

  • Chet Kenisell
    Chet Kenisell 4 months ago +1

    So, when you're all done with slide 1 and you click to go to the next slide, does it go to slide 2 (which you will have already seen by clicking on the sticky note on slide 1) or would it go to a proverbial slide 4?

  • D C
    D C 6 months ago

    Great job!

  • nlcithelpdesk
    nlcithelpdesk 7 months ago +1

    Thanks. Great video

  • falih alkhafaji
    falih alkhafaji 8 months ago

    not any benefits from this utupe in case of presentation look like mad presentation that reflect the personality of this crazy man.

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  7 months ago

      Not entirely sure whether you liked the video or not? Certainly many of my students would agree with you that I am a little mad.

  • falih alkhafaji
    falih alkhafaji 8 months ago

    you are mad man kus aktak

  • falih alkhafaji
    falih alkhafaji 8 months ago

    you spoke more and low effect that mean you are very crazy

  • Joni Menz
    Joni Menz 8 months ago

    Hi Tech Train. I have an Office 365 account, but I don't have the zoom feature on my ribbon. I am using PowerPoint Online.

    • nlcithelpdesk
      nlcithelpdesk 7 months ago +1

      This doesn't work with PowerPoint online. You will need to download PowerPoint software/app from your 365 account

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  7 months ago

      It should be in your 'Insert' tab, in the 'Links' section in the middle.

  • Darren Pauli
    Darren Pauli 8 months ago

    Searching now for the answer to this: can you zoom into a slide, then click through to cycle slides as in a typical presentation, then click to zoom back out?
    So imagine zooming in on a post it note, then clicking such that the content on that note changes, then ends by zooming out again?

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  7 months ago +1

      Not really, I think you're slightly missing what it is that the Slide Zoom is doing. You're just changing the view of a single slide each time. From what you're suggesting you'd need to have multiple presentations/slide shows set up I believe, and link to them. That might work.

  • Darren Pauli
    Darren Pauli 8 months ago +2

    7:50 to skip to the zoom section

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  7 months ago

      Yes, but of course some people like to see what it is if they have never seen the feature before.

  • Hetanshu Sonar
    Hetanshu Sonar Year ago +1

    I have powerpoint 2016 or office 365 but I don't have slide zoom option what should I do

    • nlcithelpdesk
      nlcithelpdesk 7 months ago

      This feature is not available in 2016 or below. If you have an active 365 account, you can log in and update your software.
      Otherwise you could use PowerPoint Animations to simulate zooming. Here is a real quick example. There are more elaborate things you can do: ru-clip.com/video/c0tmGXF4LkA/video.html

    • ario apnanta
      ario apnanta 8 months ago

      Same

  • Pierre Dumas
    Pierre Dumas Year ago

    Thanks, can you accelerate the zoom speed ?

    • Pierre Dumas
      Pierre Dumas Year ago

      found it : goo.gl/96pCYm
      1-select your Zoom,
      2-select the "Zoom Tools Format" tab that has just appeared on the ribbon
      3-change duration in zoom options
      :)

  • AbbY Eroila
    AbbY Eroila Year ago

    What version of the POWERPOINT will this work?

    • Nerd Detected
      Nerd Detected 8 months ago

      @The Tech Train it also works with PP 2019

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  Year ago

      I'm using PowerPoint 2016 with my Office 365 subscription.

  • Ambereen Imran
    Ambereen Imran Year ago

    Wow! Can't wait to try this 👍👍

    • Ambereen Imran
      Ambereen Imran Year ago

      My lectures will be resuming in a fortnight in sha Allah, as the new class comes in ( I am a medical teacher). Plan to try it then. But must acknowledge the ingenuity that goes in all your videos.
      Please do keep it coming 👍👍

    • The Tech Train
      The Tech Train  Year ago

      I'm glad you like it. How did you get on?

  • Ruaa Haj Yahya
    Ruaa Haj Yahya Year ago +2

    This is what I was looking for 👍😊 thanks