You can view the shortcut key tooltips with Alt + Windows key on a PC.
Genevieve from the PPT Team
I am unable to reproduce this. Are you still having this issue?
These shapes are available in the Basic Shapes section. Please let me know if you aren't seeing them.
Thank you for taking the time to submit this suggestion about improving the undo feature. If you ever need to get back to some of your older work, you can find it under File>Info>Version History.
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We updated the title of this suggestion to help other users find it. Also, if you have additional suggestions like supporting additional picture sources, please add a separate suggestion so we can track that as well. Thank you!
Kelly from PPT
We updated the title to make this more clear.
Hello! What do you mean by a "pattern"?
Hello! Could you please add some more detail about what you're looking for here?
Hi, thanks for the feedback. PowerPoint online does not currently support Presenter View. We will count your vote with others asking for Presenter View.
I updated the title to make it clearer for others to vote on.
I updated the title a little to make this clearer. Thank you for the suggestion!
Hi Anonymous! Could you please add some more detail about what you're asking for here?
To do this select the 3D model and on the Animations tab in the ribbon. In the Timing section go to Start and choose "With Previous". This will start the animation when the page is loaded. It also works for the first slide of your presentation.
You can currently do this in PowerPoint. Simply insert your text box, add some text, then in the Format ribbon, in the Insert Shapes section select Edit Shape. From there choose Edit Points, your shape, in this case textbox, is now editable. If you want to make more granular changes you can right click on the textbox while in the edit mode and choose options such as add or remove points.
You can currently do this in the product.
- Place your text box on top of the background image
- Right click the text box and select Format Shape
- Change the fill to a color. If you want to lighten the image choose a white fill, for a darker look fill the shape with black
- At the bottom of the fill section you'll see a transparency slider, adjust that to control the transparency of the box.
If you want a similar effect with text you repeat the same steps only you want to be in the Text Options section of the task pane instead of Shape Options.
I hope this helps!
We have started adding more themes and templates to Office.com and the “New” tab within PowerPoint Online. Please let us know what you think!
Thanks for taking the time to post this idea. Could you provide more details on your thinking? How would you imagine to use this capability?
Thanks for the suggestion, can you be more specific on what kind of video you want to put?
Thanks for the suggestion!
Thanks for the suggestion and we are taking it under consideration.
Zoom feature is supported when reading presentations in the edit mode.
For the SlideShow/Presentation View, the feature is under review.
We can now zoom to 400%, is that enough for you? Thanks!
Thanks for the suggestion and we will take in under consideration.
Thanks for the suggestion, I've modified the title so other people can easily find it and vote on it.
Hi, thanks for the feedback. PowerPoint online currently plays audio inserted from other endpoints but does not allow inserting audio directly. It is something we've heard from many customers and are taking under consideration.
Hi, can you provide some more details on how it was changed? Are there specific animations/transitions that are not working for you after you upload the presentation?