How PowerPoint Help Feature Can Solve Your PowerPoint Problem?


Having trouble when using PowerPoint? Use the PowerPoint Help feature to solve your problem!

Below are the step-by-step guides that you can use to solve almost all your PowerPoint related difficulty. Thanks to this PowerPoint useful feature.

Note: It’s recommended that you connect to the Internet to use the PowerPoint Help feature.


To start the Microsoft PowerPoint Help

  • Click on the Microsoft Office PowerPoint Help icon located on the Standard toolbar.

    Microsoft Office PowerPoint Help



  • Then you will see the PowerPoint Help task pane display at the right hand side of your PowerPoint screen.
  • Type in the relevant text that you would like to get help in the Search for: text box.

    PowerPoint Help



  • For example, we type in ‘animation’ and press Enter. Then, the search results are displayed, with 30 results as shown here.

    PowerPoint Help Search Results



  • Click on the particular topic, let say we would like to learn how to put text animation in PowerPoint, then click on the Animate text and objects.
  • This will bring you to another window that guides you to do the text animation.

    Microsoft Office PowerPoint Help



  • You can click on the blue color link to get more information. When finish, click on the Close button. This will bring you back to the Search Results pane.
  • To go back search for other topic, just click on the Back button from the Search Results pane. You also can use the Forward button.

    Search Result Back button


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