Tuesday, March 3, 2015

PowerPoint for iPhone and iPad Will Be Free Later in 2015

According to the report on the Internet, Microsoft is going to update its Office kit for iPhone and iPad in the second half of 2015, and make them available for free. At the moment, iPhone and iPad users are not only able to view their Word documents, excels and PowerPoint files on iDevices, but also be able to edit them.

You need to use your computer to sync PowerPoint files to OneDrive, and then you are able to view the files on your iPhone and iPad. But if you want to work on them, you will need to download the PowerPoint files to your iPad. It seems impossible to move the PowerPoint files from OneDrive to your iPhone and iPad if you want to work on them offline. So when MS Office kits are available in the second half of 2015, you can benefit from the easy accesses to MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

When the iPhone and iPad get authorities to handle Office kits, you may not want to use iWork. In fact, iWork still has its unique characteristics. For example, the Keynote app of iWork enables users to preview the presentations immediately when you are creating one, but MS PowerPoint only displays the squares with dotted lines. You can find several other slight differences between Keynote and MS PowerPoint, so if you are a fan of iWork, it is still cool if you carry on using it.

Most PowerPoint users will find that the MS PowerPoint allows users to convert their presentations into video files. This is an amazing feature of PowerPoint 2010 or later. If you are not convenient to using MS PowerPoint, you can take the converted video instead, and it'll be very helpful. If you are not sure how to convert PowerPoint presentations to video, you can check the following tutorial out:

  1. Open your PowerPoint with MS PowerPoint 2010 or later. Click "File > Save and Send" at the upper left corner.
  2. Choose "Create Video". Make up simple settings for the PowerPoint files and click the "Create Video" button in the window.
  3. A window will pop up. Choose a folder on your computer to save the converted video. Then click "Save" to start converting the presentations.

When finished, you will get the converted video file in the target folder. The video will be saved in a WMV file, and you are able to open it with the video players that support this file extension. If you are going to play it on your iPhone or iPad, you will need a functional video player app.

When users want to play PowerPoint presentations on iPhone or iPad, they are also able to use the PowerPoint converter program to convert the presentations to iPhone-compatible MP4 files. It'll be easy to finish the task, and the following guidance will introduce a piece of PowerPoint converter program, Leawo PowerPoint to Video Converter Pro to help you.
1.Run Leawo PowerPoint to Video Converter Pro on your computer, and click "Add" button to import the presentations into the software. The "Customize" button beside it allows users to make customizable settings for the presentations. Import Presentations into Software
2. The Profile option is below the buttons. Choose MP4 as the output for the converted video in the drop-down menu. Click "Settings" beside Profile to set up the details for the converted video, or you can just choose audio and video qualities below. Then click the folder icon in "Output" to choose a folder on your computer to save the converted video. Choose Extension and Target Folder for the Converted Video
3. Click "Start" button at the right bottom to start converting the presentations to videos. The time of the conversion depends on the size of your PowerPoint file. When the conversion is finished, you will get the converted video in the target folder. Converting PowerPoint to Video

No matter which method you take advantage of, you are able to convert PowerPoint to video files for an enjoyment. Before Office kits totally open for iPhone and iPad, this conversion trick may be helpful for you.


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