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Online pictures and videos
Online pictures and videos
PowerPoint 2013, like other Offi ce 2013 applications, includes integration with online
picture and video sharing services such as YouTube and Flickr, enabling you to easily access
your own and other people’s online content for use in your presentations.
Microsoft’s clip art collection is now accessed entirely online from Offi a nd is licensed
for you to use for most purposes. You can also easily import pictures from your own
SkyDrive and from a Bing image search. To help you avoid copyright problems, by default,
the Bing image search returns only results licensed under Creative Commons (a public user
license; you will need to check the terms of use for specifi c images you want to use).
For videos, you can embed video code from any website that provides it. (PowerPoint 2010
also allowed this.) But what’s new now is that you can search for videos with Bing video
search and select and embed clips directly from YouTube. See Figure 20.6.
You can insert or embed video content from online sources.
Improved presenter tools
PowerPoint 2013 improves on-screen presentation capabilities in several ways. First, the
tools available to you in Slide Show view are now more robust, including the ability to
zoom in on a particular area of a slide and to select a slide to jump to from an array of
thumbnail images.
Presenter view can now be viewed on one monitor, allowing you to rehearse without
connecting anything else. Presenter view has also been enhanced, with extra display settings
and easier-to-use slide controls. See Figure 20.7.
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