We often incorporate supporting information related to the main content in table in Microsoft Word 2010 to improve readability of the document. In the same fashion, you can use tabular presentation of data in your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation in support of the main information. Tables are a great way to organize and present data more precisely as compared to bullets and paragraphs, aren’t they? Plus your presentation will appear more prim and professional.
You can simply capture long pages of data into easily readable grids and cells and limit the number of slides in your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation. Moreover, inserting table presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 is not that complicated as it seems to be. If you are looking for tips on how to insert a table presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 files on a Windows 7-based computer, then following tutorial will help you thoroughly.
- Open Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
- On the “Microsoft Ribbon” click the “Insert” tab and then click “Table”.
- You will get a menu which allows you to select how many rows and columns to include with the table.
- Choose the design and theme by choosing the “Design” tab and select “Themes”.
- Click on the table and then select “Design” tab
- Also in Design you can choose from a plethora of table designs.Â Just hovering over the different designs will show what that design looks like in the document.
- You can really mix and match designs, colors, and themes to create a quality presentation.