Microsoft announced that they will be launching Morph and Designer for PowerPoint 2016.
Having a computer or a mobile device capable with the Office suite installed, can be a perk when it comes to organizing your information or preparing for a presentation. Many presentation have been saved when using the wide array of tools designed by Microsoft. PowerPoint is ok: it’s light, powerful and easy to use. What’s the bad news? It’s awfully boring.
But Microsoft has just the thing in order to spruce up your presentations and add a little pizazz to them. Introducing the new Designer and Morph tools, specifically created for the next edition of the critically-acclaimed Microsoft Office. Designer, is a simple and efficient little tools which you can use in order to bring some pow-wow to those boring slides. All you have to do is to come up with a format for your presentation. Then, this little helper will provide you with design suggestions, according to the general thematic of your presentation.
But that’s not all! Along with the Designer tool, Microsoft wants to launch another contraction alongside it, name Morph. This service is even more entertaining than Designer.
Remember all of those presentations that you were mandatory for school/college? Apart from writing the paper on the given subject, you also had to come up with some sort of wacky presentation, in order to sway your teacher in giving you a good mark. What was everyone’s solution? Using PowerPoint to make awesome presentations. And what better way to make a presentation than introducing animation sequences in it.
Fade in, fade out, checker board, this are just a couple of terms we had in mind in order to sketch out the presentation. Despite the fact that the overall presentation looked good and the animations were impeccable, you would have a hard time getting all of those stuff into sync.
Not anymore! As it happens, Microsoft has designed Morph specifically for this task alone. Now you can insert animation wherever you feel like and make them do almost anything. It just takes a few click, or a few swipes if you like working on a mobile device.
And the good news seem to be flowing. Microsoft has announced that everyone who subscribed to Microsoft 365 is entitled to take a stroll through the new features of Windows 10. Office 2016 is already on the market, and if you didn’t buy, a word of advice. Go for it!