PowerPoint Addins

Learn more about PowerPoint add ins to enhance your presentations and ease your presentation design process. You can download free PowerPoint add ins as well as other free presentation tools including PresenterMedia addin, free Office Timeline addins and more.

Add a Timer to PowerPoint Slides with PP Timer

PPTimer

As a presenter, you have to think up new and creative ways to present your content and interact with your audience. Gone are the days when you talk and switch from slide to slide while your audience listens. Today, the more dynamic your presentation, the better. In order for your audience to pay attention, you …

Create Brand Slides in PowerPoint with Brand.ai

Create Brand Oriented Slides

When it comes to branding, it’s important that you remain consistent and prevalent in all the materials you churn out. From brochures to company profiles, and even in your inter-company correspondence, branding is important. In PowerPoint presentation, even more so. PowerPoint presentations are effective tools in conveying information within your company as well as to …

Add Comic Characters to PowerPoint with Pixton Comic Characters

create-cute-comic-characters-with-pixton-for-powepoint

Want to make your presentations more fun, hip, and unique? You can actually make your slides come to life by adding your own customized comic characters to PowerPoint using the Pixton add-in. Pixton has been around as a standalone app both for Android and iOS. Now, it’s available as an add-in for PowerPoint. This means …

Pixabay Add-in Brings Free Stock Photos to Word & PowerPoint

Pixabay Images in PowerPoint Slides

Nothing makes any document or presentation shine even more than some well-placed high-quality photos. This is why Office makes it easier for Word and PowerPoint users to insert images into their documents and slides using simple add-ins like the Pixabay add-in.

Access Millions of Stock Images in PowerPoint with Adobe Stock

Adobe Stock Photos

Adobe is one of world’s biggest creative community, thanks largely to its widely used creative suite. And for all Microsoft Office users, they can harness this community to put together more creative and compelling PowerPoint presentations. This is thanks to Adobe Stock, which can now be installed and enabled as an add-in specifically for PowerPoint.

Get Beautful Free Stock Photos for PowerPoint Presentations with Pexels Add-in

Search and Add Photos

Pictures can turn a rather drab and boring presentation into something interesting and exciting. With the right images at the right moment, you can even use pictures to evoke emotions or sway convictions. That’s how powerful pictures are. So if you’re creating presentations, then you should know that pictures can either make or break your deck. …

PickMe Add-in Provides Free Stock Images for PowerPoint

Pick Me App

A single picture can convey a message more than a word can ever do. In fact, some of the strongest and most compelling PowerPoint presentations make use of images to effectively drive the message home. After all, no one in the audience would like to look at slide after slide of text and numbers. It’s the …

Display Translated Subtitles in PowerPoint With Presentation Translator

Slides with Translations

As a presenter, it can be a challenge to present to all types of audiences. This is because language is one great, big barrier in times like this. No matter how big or great or useful your idea is, if your audience doesn’t understand it clearly, it can get lost in the presentation or even …

Search & Add High Quality Images in PowerPoint With YAY

When it comes to PowerPoint presentations, no one wants slide after slide of dull blocks of text and intimidating numbers. It’s all about telling a story when it comes to presentations. Your slides must not only inform, but also impart an enriching and inspiring experience for your audience. And nothing else can help you achieve …

Embed Webpages and Videos in PowerPoint & Keynote With LiveSlides

Over the years, different versions of Microsoft PowerPoint have provided features for embedding webpages and videos in PowerPoint. However, these features have often been too buggy to work in most cases. While you can now embed online videos in PowerPoint 2013 or 2016, the supported websites include only YouTube, OneDrive, Facebook or via embed code. LiveSlides …

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