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Einbinden einer Webseite in eine PowerPoint-Präsentation

In diesem Artikel erfahren Sie, wie Sie eine Webseite bzw. HTML in eine Microsoft PowerPoint-Präsentation einbinden – auf Ihrem PC oder Mac. Stellen Sie sich vor, Sie befinden sich mitten in Ihrem Webinar oder Ihrer Präsentation bei einem Live-Event. Sie haben Ihr Publikum mit einigen Details fasziniert, haben ihre ungeteilte Aufmerksamkeit, Ihre Geschichte ist dabei, ihren Höhepunkt zu erreichen – eine Demo Ihres Produkts, ein Beweis Ihres Konzepts oder jegliches anderes wertvolles Wissen – und Sie klicken auf den Link, um zur Webseite zu gehen und… dann kommt ein holpriger Moment: Sie schalten den Präsentationsmodus aus, wechseln vom Microsoft PowerPoint -Fenster zu Chrome und schalten dann den Diashow-Modus wieder ein. Als Sie Ihre Aufmerksamkeit wieder Ihrem Publikum widmen, hat dieses das Interesse bereits verloren.

Um solche Situationen zu vermeiden, sollten Sie eine Webseite direkt in Ihre Präsentation einbinden. Das iFrame-Tag hilft Ihnen, ein HTML-Dokument in Ihre PowerPoint-Folien einzubinden.

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Mit dem benutzerfreundlichen iSpring Converter Pro können Sie schnell und einfach Webseiten in Ihre Microsoft PowerPoint-Präsentationen einbinden.

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Was ist ein iFrame?

Ein iFrame (Inline-Frame) ist ein HTML-Element, das eine andere HTML-Seite oder ein HTML-Snippet innerhalb eines Dokuments lädt. Es hilft sozusagen, eine andere Webseite in die übergeordnete Seite einzufügen. Sie können ein iFrame einbauen, um Videos, Werbung und interaktive Inhalte einzubinden. Somit können Sie ein iFrame in Ihre Microsoft PowerPoint-Präsentation einbetten, um Webobjekte einzufügen.

Vier einfache Schritte, um HTML in PowerPoint einzubinden

Manche Menschen haben großen Respekt vor Begriffen wie iFrame und HTML, aber ehrlich gesagt gibt es nichts, worüber man sich Sorgen machen müsste. Sie müssen keine Operationen durchführen, wie beispielsweise HTML-Code einbetten oder andere technische Dinge tun, damit dies funktioniert und Sie eine HTML-Datei in Ihre PowerPoint einfügen.

Mit dem richtigen Add-In für Microsoft PowerPoint können Sie in wenigen Minuten ein Objekt einbinden. Sie müssen nur 4 einfache Schritte durchführen. Hier erklären wir im Detail, wie das Einfügen funktioniert.

1. Kopieren Sie die URL (Webadresse) der Webseite, die Sie in PowerPoint einbinden möchten. Wenn Sie nicht die gesamte Seite einfügen möchten, können Sie die URL eines bestimmten Bereichs der Seite kopieren.

2. Laden Sie für das Einfügen die kostenlose Testversion von Spring Converter Pro herunter. Mit diesem Tool können Sie nicht nur live navigierbare Webseiten, sondern auch Medien einbinden: Audio, YouTube-Videos und viele andere Inhaltsobjekte aus externen Ressourcen – und die ursprüngliche Qualität beibehalten.

3. Öffnen Sie Microsoft PowerPoint. Suchen Sie die Registerkarte iSpring Converter Pro 11 und klicken Sie darauf. Wählen Sie dann die Schaltfläche Web Element in der Symbolleiste.

Webseite in PowerPoint einbinden mit iSpring

Fügen Sie die kopierte URL in das geöffnete Fenster ein. Überprüfen Sie nun, ob die von Ihnen eingegebene Adresse korrekt ist und es funktioniert, indem Sie auf die Schaltfläche Vorschau klicken.

Vorschau des Webelements

Übrigens können Sie Webseiten auch dann anzeigen, wenn keine Internetverbindung zur Verfügung steht. Damit das funktioniert, müssen Sie das gewünschte Webobjekt auf den Computer herunterladen und dann die Datei einfügen, indem Sie Lokaler Pfad anstelle der Web Adresse auswählen.

Lokaler Pfad

Hinweis : Wenn Sie zusätzliche Webseiten in Ihre Microsoft PowerPoint-Präsentation einfügen oder die Webseite mit anderen Inhaltsobjekten kombinieren möchten, sollten Sie die Option Fenstergröße: Vollbildmodus  auswählen.

Benutzerdefinierte Größe

4. Nachdem Sie nun Webobjekte, beispielsweise eine HTML-Seite, in PowerPoint eingebettet haben, lassen Sie uns diese abspielen. Damit dies funktioniert, müssen Sie Ihre Präsentation in HTML5 konvertieren. iSpring Converter Pro wird dies für Sie erledigen.

  • Klicken Sie in der Symbolleiste von iSpring Converter Pro auf die Schaltfläche Veröffentlichen .

Präsentation veröffentlichen

  • Wählen Sie die Option Mein Computer , geben Sie den Namen der Präsentation ein und wählen Sie einen Ordner aus, in dem die Präsentation gespeichert werden soll.

HTML5-Veröffentlichung

  • Wählen Sie im Menü Ausgabeoptionen das HTML5 -Format.
  • Warten Sie, bis der Veröffentlichungsprozess abgeschlossen ist, und Sie sehen ein Berichtsfenster. Klicken Sie auf die Schaltfläche Kurs ansehen , um zu erfahren, ob er so funktioniert, wie Sie es möchten.

Veröffentlichung abgeschlossen

Glückwunsch, es funktioniert! Sie haben erfolgreich eine Webseite in Ihre Microsoft PowerPoint-Präsentation eingebettet. Darüber hinaus können Sie Ihre Präsentation jetzt ganz einfach online teilen. Betrachter können sie direkt in einem Webbrowser auf ihren Computern, Tablets und Smartphones ohne spezielle Tools öffnen, auch wenn PowerPoint nicht auf ihrem Gerät installiert ist. 

Wenn Sie Präsentationen online veröffentlichen, können Sie auch sicher sein, dass Ihre Inhalte vor Kopieren oder Ändern geschützt sind. iSpring Cam Pro bietet eine ganze Reihe von Sicherheitseinstellungen, einschließlich Wasserzeichenschutz, Passwortschutz und Domänenbeschränkung.

Wie man eine Internetseite in PowerPoint einbindet: Warum kein Screenshot?

Wir haben bereits eine peinliche reale Situation beschrieben, in der Sie sich befinden könnten, wenn Sie Links in Ihrer Präsentation verwenden, aber was ist mit Screenshots von Webseiten oder einzelnen Bereichen von Webseiten? Natürlich können Sie einfach einen Screenshot erstellen und diesen Screenshot als Bild mit Text und anderen Elementen bzw. Bereichen von Webseiten in Ihre Microsoft PowerPoint einfügen. Aber diese „Technologie“ hat einige Einschränkungen und funktioniert nicht wirklich.

  • Screenshots sind statisch . Webseiten haben manchmal in bestimmten Bereichen Animationen, die die Benutzererfahrung cool und ansprechend machen. Wenn Sie HTML-Animationen allerdings als Screenshot in PowerPoint einzubinden versuchen, wird dies nicht funktionieren und Sie verlieren all dies in Ihrer Präsentation.
  • Screenshots werden nicht aktualisiert . Abhängig von der spezifischen Webseite kann ein einmal erstellter Screenshot bereits veraltet sein und irrelevante Informationen enthalten. Nehmen Sie die Börse als Beispiel. Schon ein paar Minuten können einen großen Unterschied machen und Ihr Screenshot ist nicht mehr aktuell. Und was ist, wenn Sie Ihre Präsentation ein paar Tage, Wochen oder sogar Monate, nachdem Sie den Screenshot erstellt haben, der Öffentlichkeit zeigen? Genau, das funktioniert nicht.
  • Screenshots sind nicht interaktiv . Wenn Sie Ihrem Publikum zeigen möchten, wie es mit Ihrer Webseite interagieren kann, z. B. wie und wo es die Daten finden kann, an denen es interessiert ist, ist ein Screenshot nutzlos.

Also, ja, Sie können Screenshots von Webseiten verwenden, aber sie werden Ihnen nicht helfen, Ihre Präsentation zu verbessern, und sie könnten sogar zu einer Belastung werden, wenn Sie Ihre Präsentation regelmäßig zeigen und daher ständig Screenshots aktualisieren müssen, um auf dem neuesten Stand zu bleiben.

Zusammenfassung

Das Einbinden einer Internetseite in eine Microsoft PowerPoint-Präsentation ist ziemlich einfach, wenn Sie die richtige App haben. iSpring Converter Pro ist eine perfekte Lösung, die ihren Benutzern hilft, ihre Präsentationen zu bereichern und sie relevant und interaktiv zu halten. Auf diese Weise können Sie durch regelmäßige manuelle Aktualisierungen Zeit und Aufwand sparen, die ansonsten aufgewendet werden. Sie müssen den Ablauf Ihrer Präsentation nicht unterbrechen, um von der Registerkarte PowerPoint zu Google Chrome zu wechseln. Sie müssen nur unserem Leitfaden folgen und erhalten eine ständig aktuelle Präsentation, die Sie in Online-Formate umwandeln können, die auf jedem Gerät perfekt angezeigt werden. Beginnen Sie mit der kostenlosen Testversion von iSpring Converter Pro und sehen Sie, wie praktisch und ansprechend es ist, Live-Webseiten in Ihre PowerPoint-Präsentationen einzubinden.

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How to Embed a Live Website in PowerPoint

Paige Puntillo

Paige Puntillo

How to Embed a Live Website in PowerPoint

Wondering if it is possible to directly embed a website in PowerPoint? Well you’re in luck! Using a free PowerPoint add-in, you can add an internet browser to your PowerPoint. That’s right, a full functioning Google browser added to the bottom toolbar of your PowerPoint slide show that you can open anytime to surf the web. You can browse search results, open multiple windows, bookmark pages ahead of time, and pin sites to your home page!

No more pasting links and leaving PowerPoint for a separate internet window. Let’s take a look at how you can embed a live internet browser right into PowerPoint.

1. Download PowerPoint add-in, ClassPoint

To embed a website into Microsoft PowerPoint, you need to use a free add-in, ClassPoint . PowerPoint doesn’t offer an embedded website or web viewer, but this is where add-ins come in and why they are so great!

So the first step, is to simply download ClassPoint for free. Once you do that, you will gain a toolbar full of presentation tools that enhance audience engagement & your presentation delivery including the Embedded Browser .

2. Open Embedded Browser from the Toolbar in Slide show

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To access the embedded internet browser, enter presentation mode. Running across the bottom of your slides, you will find the ClassPoint toolbar. Find the Embedded Browser icon and click it to open Google! Now you can search, scroll, add tabs, and navigate the web just as you would on any internet browser!

3. Bookmark and Pin your favorite sites

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Just like your default internet browser, you can bookmark your favorite websites and pin them to the home search page for quick access!

If you are prepping for a presentation or lesson and plan on visiting a website during your presentation, go into slideshow mode, paste in your link into Google, bookmark it, and then pin it. Now your site will be ready to go in just a click when you open the Embedded Browser later!

4. Insert the webpage and annotate on it

If you find an image, graph, map, etc. on a webpage that you would like to elaborate on, you can actually insert as a slide image into your PowerPoint, and annotate on it!

Next to the address bar on the top right of the internet browser, you can click insert as slide, the page you are on will be added as a slide in your presentation. Then Annotate on it with ClassPoint’s inking tools! And if you want to go back the browser, just click on the browser icon again, and your page will be there right where you left off.

If you’d like to learn more about ClassPoint’s Embedded Browser, check out this tutorial video ▶️

And, to learn more about the other presentation tools that come with ClassPoint, you can find them here. ⬇️

ClassPoint toolbar

Examples of How Embedded Browser can be used During Presentations for Teachers

Teachers use the internet and educational websites in various ways during their lessons to enhance the learning experience for their students. Some common ways that teachers use the internet to present information during their lessons include:

1. Interactive simulations:

Some educational websites provide interactive simulations that allow students to explore and manipulate concepts in a hands-on way.

Example : A science teacher might use an interactive simulation from PhET Interactive Simulations to demonstrate how the properties of gases change as temperature and pressure are altered.

2. Infographics and data visualizations:

Many educational websites provide infographics and data visualizations to help students to better understand complex concepts or to see patterns in data.

Example : A history teacher might use an infographic from the National Archives to illustrate the causes and effects of a particular historical event.

3. Virtual field trips:

Websites such as Google Earth and Discovery Education provide virtual field trip experiences that allow students to explore and learn about different parts of the world without leaving the classroom.

Example : A social studies teacher might take their students on a virtual tour of historic sites or famous landmarks using Google Earth.

Educational websites such as YouTube and Khan Academy provide teachers with access to a wealth of instructional videos that they can use to introduce new concepts, reinforce ideas, or provide additional examples.

Example : A math teacher might use a video from Khan Academy to explain how to solve a particular type of equation.

5. Research:

Teachers can use the internet to find additional information, answers, or references about a topic they are teaching. If a debate needs settling, or a question is posed the internet, just like in daily life, is a great resource for lesson support.

Example : A debate arises or a question is posed during class that needs settling. The teacher can quickly open Google to search the class’s question.

6. Games and Interactive activities:

The internet provides various interactive activities such as quizzes & games that teachers can use to engage their students and make learning fun. Educational websites such as EdPuzzle or PBS Learning Media provide games and interactive activities that help students to practice and reinforce concepts they are learning in class.

Example : An English teacher might use a game from Funbrain to help students practice identifying different parts of speech.

With ClassPoint’s Embedded Browser, you can search and use the internet without leaving your presentation and breaking your flow! This convenient presentation tool can also impresses your audience. And for teachers, incorporating the types of resources above, can help make their lesson more engaging and interactive for your students!

And, if you haven’t heard of ClassPoint yet, check it out! It’s an audience engagement tool designed to improve the experience of teaching and the productivity of presenting with PowerPoint! In addition the the embedded browser, ClassPoint adds an array of tools including a random name picker , timer , and interactive audience response questions that turn your audience members into participants. ✨

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How to Embed a Web Page in a PowerPoint Presentation

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Imagine you’re in the middle of your webinar or your presentation at a live event. You’ve intrigued your audience with some details, have their undivided attention, your story is about to reach its climax – a demo of your product, a proof of your concept, or any other valuable knowledge – and you click on the link to go to the website and… here comes an awkward moment: you switch off show mode, change from the Microsoft PowerPoint window to Chrome, then turn on slideshow mode again. When you look back at the audience, they’ve already lost interest.

To avoid such situations, you might want to embed a web page in your presentation. The iframe tag will help you display an HTML document in your slides.

What Is an iframe?

An iframe (inline frame) is an HTML element that loads another HTML page within the document. In other words, it puts another web page within the parent page. It is commonly used for embedded videos, advertisements, and interactive content, and can be a great enhancement for your presentation. 

Four Simple Steps to Insert a Web Page

Questions about iframe and HTML can intimidate some people, but, frankly, there’s nothing to worry about. You don’t need to make any operations with an embed code or do any other tech things.

With the right PowerPoint add-in, you’ll manage to add an object in a couple of minutes. You’re just required to take 4 easy steps. Let us guide you through them.

  • Copy the URL (web address) of the web page you want to insert. If you don’t need the entire page, you can copy the URL of a specific element of the page.
  • Download the free trial of Spring Converter Pro . With this tool, you’ll be able to embed not only live navigable web pages, but also media: audio, YouTube videos, and a lot of other content objects from external resources – and preserve the original quality.
  • Open PowerPoint. Find the iSpring Converter Pro 11  tab and click on it. Then choose the Web Object button on the toolbar.

web object

Paste the copied URL in the open window. Now, check to see if the address that you entered is correct by clicking on the Preview button.

insert web object

By the way, you can show web pages even when an internet connection is not available. To do this, you need to download the desired web object to your computer, and then add the file by choosing Local path instead of Web address .

Local path

Note: if you want to put additional web pages on your PowerPoint slide, or if you want to combine the webpage with other content objects, you should choose the Custom size option.

Custom size

  • Now that you’ve embedded web objects in your slides, let’s play them back. In order to do this, you’ll need to convert your presentation to HTML5. iSpring Converter Pro will do this work for you.

Publish presentation

  • Choose HTML5 format in the Output Options menu.
  • Wait for the publishing process to complete and you’ll see a report window. Click on the View course button to learn if it looks the way you want it to.

View course

Congrats! You’ve successfully embedded a web page in your PowerPoint presentation. Moreover, you can now share your presentation online easily. Viewers can open it right in a web browser on their computers, tablets, and smartphones without any special tools, even if PowerPoint isn’t installed on their device. 

By moving presentations online, you can also be sure that your content is protected from being copied or modified. iSpring Cam Pro provides an entire range of security settings, including watermark protection, password protection, and domain restriction.

Also read : →  How To Record PowerPoint Slides with Audio

Why Not a Screenshot?

We’ve already described an awkward real-life situation that you might find yourself in when using links in your presentation, but what about screenshots of websites? Sure, you can just make one and insert it into your presentation as an image with text and other elements displayed on the webpage. But this “technology” has some limitations.

  • S creenshots are static. If your website has animations that make the user experience cool and engaging, you’re going to lose all these in your presentation.
  • Screenshots are outdated. Depending on the website’s specifics, once you’ve made a screenshot, it may already be out of date and provide irrelevant information. Take the stock market as an example. Even a few minutes can make a huge difference. And what if you show your presentation to the public a few days, weeks, or even months after you’ve created it? Exactly.
  • Images are not interactive. If you need to show your audience how they can interact with your website, such as how and where they can find the data they’re interested in, a screenshot will be of no use.

So, yes, you can use screenshots of websites, but they will not help you enhance your presentation, and they might even become a burden if you show your presentation regularly and thus have to constantly update screenshots in order to stay up to date.

Embedding a web page in a presentation is fairly simple if you have the right app. iSpring Converter Pro is a perfect solution that helps its users enrich their presentations and keep them relevant and interactive. In this way, you can save time and effort that is otherwise spent with regular manual updating. You won’t have to disrupt the flow of your presentation in order to change from the PowerPoint tab to Google Chrome. You only need to follow our guide, and you’ll get a constantly up-to-date presentation that you can convert to online formats that display perfectly on any device. Start with the  iSpring Converter Pro free trial and see how handy and engaging it is to have live web pages in your presentations.

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How to Link to Other Slides or Websites in PowerPoint

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Your PowerPoint presentation doesn't have to be a linear show that only moves from slide to slide. Add variety and authority by linking to information on other slides, presentations, or websites. A cool way to create these links is to use an image map.

Instructions in this article apply to PowerPoint 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, and PowerPoint for Microsoft 365.

An image map is a graphic object that contains hotspots, or transparent hyperlinks, to other objects or websites. For example, in a photograph showing a variety of women's clothing, if you select a dress, you're sent to another slide or website containing information about the dresses. If you select a hat, you're sent to the slide or website about hats.

How Could You Use an Image Map in PowerPoint?

In the example used in this tutorial, the fictitious  ABC Shoe Company  has a PowerPoint presentation on their previous year's sales figures. Hotspots or invisible links are placed on areas of the sales chart that is shown in the presentation. These hotspots will link to the specific  slide  containing the pertinent data.

Use Action to Make Hotspots on the Image Map

To link a specific area, the hotspot, of the image map, first let PowerPoint know that this area is going to be the hyperlink to another location.

In this example, specific areas of a column chart will be linked to other slides in the presentation.

Draw a Rectangle Around the Area That Will Be the Hotspot on the Image Map

Creating the hotspot is as easy as drawing a rectangle on the image map. In this example, an area on the column chart will become the first hotspot on the image map.

Go to Insert , select Shapes , and choose a Rectangle shape.

Drag to draw a rectangle around the area on the column chart that will become the first hotspot on the image map. Don't be concerned about the color of the rectangle; the color will later become invisible.

Go to Insert and, in the Links group, select Action .

In the Actions Settings dialog box, select Hyperlink to and select the dropdown arrow to see various options. Your options include:

  • Various non-titled slides such as Next Slide, Previous Slide, and Last Slide
  • Custom Show
  • Specific slide title
  • Specific URL on the web
  • Other PowerPoint presentation

In this example, select Slide to select a specific slide title.

There are several linking options available in the Action Settings dialog box. Your options include:

  • Hyperlink to : Shown in this tutorial.
  • Run Program : Starts another program when the hyperlink is clicked.
  • Run Macro : Starts a macro that is contained in the presentation.
  • Object action (2007 and later): Performs an action. (Available only if your presentation contains an OLE object.)
  • Play a Sound : Plays a sound file that you have included in the presentation.

All of these hyperlink options are available on Mouse Click or Mouse Over (when the mouse simply hovers over the object).

In the Hyperlink to Slide dialog box, under the Slide title , choose the slide title that the hotspot on the image map will link to. Select OK when you have made your selection.

Select OK to close the Action Settings dialog box.

Format the Image Map Shape to Make the Hotspot Transparent

Return to the slide containing the newly drawn rectangle on the image map. The next step is to make this rectangle invisible, but the link to the specific slide will remain.

Right-click the rectangle on the image map.

The Shape Styles context menu appears.

Select Style .

Scroll down to Presets and select the first option, Transparent - Black, Dark 1 .

The rectangle is now transparent. Select the rectangle and selection handles appear to define the hotspot shape.

Check the Hotspot on the Image Map in Slide Show View

Test out your hotspot on the image map by viewing the slide in Slide Show view.

Go to Slide Show and, in the Start Slide Show group, select From Beginning . Or, press F5 .

Advance the slide show to view the slide containing the image map.

Hover over the hotspot. The mouse pointer changes to the hand pointer to indicate that this area is a hyperlink to another location.

Click the hotspot on the image map to see if it links as you intended. In this example, the hotspot linked to the Third Quarter Sales slide successfully.

Once this process is complete, add other hotspots to your image map to link to other slides or websites.

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How can I embed programming source code in Powerpoint slide and keep code highlighting?

Is it possible to embed programming source code to Powerpoint slide, and keep code highlighting/coloring?

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  • what application are you copying from? –  user1931 Dec 21, 2009 at 4:26
  • I use textmate, e-texteditor and eclipse the most. –  Yousui Dec 21, 2009 at 4:58
  • 2 Please copy your code to VC Code, and then paset to ppt –  Mohammad Fallah Oct 12, 2023 at 17:13

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After pasting, a small "Paste Options" icon appears below the pasted text.

Click this icon and choose "Keep Source Formatting" :

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  • 3 I don't see such a Paste Options icon. I don't see a button to give me these options. I'm using PowerPoint:mac 2011. I think I have seen it in Windows versions, however. –  Asclepius Jul 19, 2013 at 21:49
  • I tried different suggested methods and tools to copy from, but was actually missing that word/powerpoint was messing up the format by using "Destination Theme". Thanks! –  Tim Büthe Jan 22, 2014 at 11:23

Use Notepad++ with add-on NppExport.

Select the source code

Use Copy RTF to clipboard of NppExport

Paste into empty PPT slide (do not select any textfiled)

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  • 8 With version 6.9.2 or higher it's working without NppExport plugin. Just make right-click on the selected text -> Plugin commands -> Copy Text with Syntax Highlighting. –  Ivan Kochurkin Aug 7, 2016 at 19:00
  • 2 Current version of Notepad++ already comes with this plugin :) –  fabriciorissetto Nov 27, 2016 at 17:53
  • 1 Still working in NPP v8.2.1, Power Point 2016 –  iroiroys Mar 16, 2022 at 6:08
  • Direct copy to PowerPoint did not worked well, I paste the code to Word and copy it from word to PowerPoint –  Alireza Fattahi Aug 28, 2023 at 4:45

Pygments can format almost every format to rtf:

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  • 3 An online translator is available at pygments.org/demo –  koppor Nov 25, 2015 at 11:48
  • 6 Same idea, straight to the OS X clipboard pygmentize -f rtf code.py | pbcopy . –  Christian Long Mar 14, 2016 at 14:28
  • Thanks for this. I got very favorable results with pygmentize -O style=paraiso-dark -f rtf -l aspx-cs Index.cshtml | pbcopy for syntax highlighting of a Razor view for use in a presentation. –  Asbjørn Ulsberg Jun 20, 2019 at 20:42
  • Adding to what @ChristianLong suggested, but for Linux: pygmentize -f rtf code.py | xclip -sel clip . Note that you will probably have to install xclip. –  Matthew Cole Nov 19, 2019 at 23:16

If the source code does not need to be copied and pasted out of the presentation, a quick and dirty solution could be to simply take screenshots of the source code.

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  • 12 Image can be fuzzy when zoom in. –  Yousui Dec 21, 2009 at 4:58
  • Use the magnifier and then take a screenshot of that. –  wbeard52 May 17, 2015 at 0:57
  • 4 Doing so can increase the size of the presentation file significantly. –  Rufflewind Nov 10, 2016 at 17:39
  • 1 This also has the drawback that once screenshot, it is no longer possible to resize the column width. This becomes a problem if you try to fit a 80 column printout into a 2x1 horizontal slide layout, a 132 column source into a 1x2 vertical layout, for example. The pygmentize answer above doesn't suffer from this. –  Matthew Cole Nov 19, 2019 at 22:55
  • Click on Insert → Object → OpenDocument Text
  • Paste on opened panel
  • Click outside.

Note: Copying from Notepad++ will preserve colors and styling.

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  • 1 Doesn't work for power point 2010. I copied text from Notepad++ to Power point presentation but it looses colors and styling. –  ART Jan 4, 2016 at 5:11
  • 2 If I use NPPExport pluging and use "copy RTF to clipboard" and then paste it works. –  ART Jan 4, 2016 at 5:13

Copy the code and first paste that code into Microsoft word

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Then do the formatting if necessary and then copy from word and paste back to powerpoint by right clicking and choosing use destination theme

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  • Either way,  what does “Then do the formatting if necessary” mean? –  Scott - Слава Україні Apr 26, 2017 at 19:10
  • It means if you want to do some changes of your own like aligning or indentation of code –  selftaught91 Apr 26, 2017 at 19:17
  • This was the only way that I could copy and paste code from IntelliJ (a special program used for writing code) –  robert Nov 14, 2019 at 4:15

Here's another approach:

  • https://emn178.github.io/online-tools/syntax_highlight.html
  • https://pinetools.com/syntax-highlighter
  • Paste the code to highlight into the web site.
  • Copy the highlighted version.
  • Create a new Word document.
  • Paste the code into Word (note the background colours may be lost).
  • Copy the code from Word.
  • Create a new text area in PowerPoint.
  • Click the Home menu option.
  • Open Paste on the ribbon.
  • Select Keep source formatting .
  • Optionally, change the text area background colour to taste.

Adjust the font using Inconsolata or other monospace font.

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Online syntax highlighter like TextMate seems good as well, http://markup.su/highlighter/

But after pasting into PowerPoint presentation new lines and line spacing is lost, so we can take a screen shot of the preview and paste it in our PowerPoint presentation

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  • Pasting into ppt does not quite work here on Windows 10: The new lines are not pasted. –  koppor Nov 24, 2015 at 15:22

Using Notepad++ and Npp Export works great, but your text will end up with a white background.

To remove it, paste first the text in word with the "preserve source formatting" option. Then, select the text and in Home > Font, remove the background with the Text Highlight Color option.

Then, copy again the text from word, and paste it in powerpoint with the "preserve source formatting" option.

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Pasting from Eclipse should retain formatting if the app supports it. I know Word does... not sure about PPT.

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  • 1 Works from Eclipse Juno to Word 2010, but not to Powerpoint 2010 - it loses the colours and converts some of them to bold text –  DNA Sep 4, 2013 at 17:21

I've had no success pasting into Powerpoint 2010 on Windows.

However, pasting from Eclipse into Word 2010 works.

You can then save this formatted text as an RTF file, then embed the RTF into a Powerpoint 2010 slide using Insert Object (and optionally select 'link' so you can edit and update the text in Word).

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Here at BrightCarbon we’re always looking for new ways to improve our own PowerPoint productivity and then share that knowledge with the presentation community (that includes you, by the way!). One of the ways we do this is by using VBA code to automate and extend the functionality of PowerPoint. We publish  free PowerPoint VBA code snippets here in our blog for you to use and also offer a PowerPoint automation service . This article explains how to grab the code from our articles and use it in your PowerPoint project, so that you can take your productivity to the next level!

What is VBA?

Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a programming environment for Microsoft Office applications. It’s included with your installation of Office by default  ( unless your system administrator has deactivated it ) . PowerPoint VBA provides you with a way to do one of two things   using macros and add-ins:  

  • A utomate  PowerPo int:   If you ever find yourself repeating the same task over and over again, VBA could be your new best friend.  Let’s say you have 100 slides and you need to unhide all hidden objects  across all those slides . That could take you  many  eye-straining minutes, but with a PowerPoint VBA it takes around a  second.
  • E xtend  PowerPoint :   Sometimes PowerPoint doesn’t have the feature you need  to complete your task . As an example, if you end up deleting default layouts from a template, there’s no  easy  way in PowerPoint to get them back. This article includes PowerPoint VBA code to do just that!

How to open the VBE (Visual Basic Editor)

Getting to meet your VBA friend is very simple. With PowerPoint open and at least one presentation file open, press  Alt+F11 * on your keyboard. This will open the VBE (Visual Basic Editor):  

PowerPoint VBE No Modules

*If for some reason Alt+F11 isn’t mapped on your keyboard you can right click anywhere on the ribbon, select  Customize the Ribbon…  and in the window that appears, tick the  Developer Tab  check box over on the right hand side before clicking  OK  to close the window. Now you can click the  Visual Basic  button within this tab:  

PowerPoint Developer Tab Visual Basic

Adding PowerPoint VBA code  

To add some VBA code, you need a container to put it in so go ahead and click  Insert  from the menu and then select  Module :  

PowerPoint VBE Insert Module

You now have a module ready to paste the VBA code into  from one of our blog articles :  

PowerPoint VBE Module Inserted

Copy the VBA code from  the required blog article  by double-clicking on it and then paste it into the  Module1  window above.  Here’s a very simple example of some code  to display a message dialogue :

You should now see something like this:  

PowerPoint VBA

Because this code is just a single  Sub  procedure called  HelloWorld , it’s referred to as a macro.  

Running  the PowerPoint VBA macro  

Now you have the macro in your presentation you can use  Alt+Tab  to return to the more familiar PowerPoint window. From here, the macro can be run by pressing  Alt+F8  on your keyboard  (or b y  clicking the  Macros  button in the Developer tab)  which opens a window containing a list of available macros:  

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Security Soup

The first time you add VBA code to a file, Microsoft assumes that it is safe because you added it. As soon as you save, close and reopen the file, Microsoft doesn’t know that it’s your code so it will disable it by default. You can tell the Office app to allow your code to run either by signing it with a digital certificate (beyond the scope of this article) or by lowering the security setting for the app. You can do this in PowerPoint by clicking File / Options / Trust Center / Trust Center Settings / Macro Settings and selecting this option shown below:

VBA Macro Settings

Saving your file  

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Once you ’ve added  VBA code  to  your presentation, PowerPoint will  ask you to save it as a  pptm  file  (the ‘m’ stands for macro)  instead of the more  familiar  pptx  format .  You can go ahead and do this to  either  keep a n archive  copy of your  code-enabled  project  or   to  create your personal macro library.  

If you want to distribute your  presentation,   it’s advisable to   save  it  using the familiar pptx format so that  your  recipients don’t see lots of verbose  security  messages  when opening  pptm  files!  

Y ou can  make  your file saveable as a standard presentation again  by  right – click ing  on  each   code module in the  project explorer pane , clicking  Remove   ModuleX …   and either click  Yes   (if you want to keep a backup of the modules independently of your presentation)  or  No   when  asked if you want to save the module before removing it :  

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Now your presentation doesn’t include any code and you can save it as a pptx file.  

So, there you have it.  You now know how to open the VBE, insert a PowerPoint VBA code module, paste code into it, run the macro and save the file in either pptm  or pptx formats. All you need is a cool macro to make your daily life even easier. Keep checking in with our blog for more useful macros – like this one on restoring default slide master layouts!

Got something extra you’d like PowerPoint to do?

Check out our PowerPoint automation service which provides you with a custom solution to your specific needs.

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You can do some really cool things in Microsoft Office with just a few lines of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) - from creating your own custom formula in Excel to correcting branded content in PowerPoint to merging address data for a mail campaign in Word. And sometimes you need to share that VBA solution with colleagues and clients, via the Internet. A change that Microsoft rolled out at the end of March 2022 tweaks the process required by Windows users to gain access to this active content.

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very simple, very explicit, very good help for a beginner vba programmer in powerpoint. Thanks

great resource, thanks. I’ve used VBA for years in MSaccess, and this is a good refresher for me.

I am trying to make a ppt file that loops until stopped. then I save it as a video. the ppt ran and looped continuously. Once recorded as video it stopped looping. do you have code to make ppt work when in video format

Hi Charles. As soon as you export a PowerPoint deck as a video all the PowerPoint functionality is removed as the file is magically transformed into an MP4 file, without VBA (sob sob). The only way to make the video loop is to use the looping feature of your video player.

Yeah, your best off recording a screen capture of the presentation running, then cutting it so it loops perfectly.

Hi Jamie, thanks for the clear into, I am very new to this so that really helps. I am trying to develop a VBA macro that looks for the left hand mouse key being pressed and held down for more than two seconds whilst over a shape in slideshow mode. Once this is satisfied (i.e. two second press) for it then to hyperlink or take the user to a specified slide or even the next slide worst case.

I realise there is an automated/ built in feature (Action) that does this type of thing for a mouse click or mouse over but I really need a “long press” to activate if possible.

Any help appreciated.

Hi Simon and thanks for a great question. What you’re looking to do is pretty complex because VBA doesn’t natively support mouse actions in the PowerPoint slide show window. But, it is possible to use a Windows API (hence no Mac compatibility) called GetAsyncKeyState to gain access to mouse button click events. I had a look at this and quickly ran into a brick wall because an action link to a macro in slide show mode (Insert / Action / Mouse Click / Run macro) fires on the mouse up event, not mouse down. That means any corresponding VBA timer code can’t run until after the user releases the button and hence too late to detect if it was held down for two seconds. Maybe something could be done with the mouse over event to simulate what you need to achieve? Another approach could be to use the mouse down event on an invisible userform although that is also getting very involved with multiple Windows APIs. Depending on what you’re trying to do, you could also start the timer on click one, change the colour of the clicked shape and show countdown text before reverting to the original colour. If the user clicks a second time before the time expires, then the hyperlink is fired.

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Hello I have a question:

Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() ActivePresentation.FollowHyperlink _ Address:=”http://192.168.16.49/?OUT1=ON”, _ NewWindow:=False, AddHistory:=False ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.GotoSlide (2)

Now it opens Chrome. but how can i make it that it opens te address en afther that shut down chrome.

Hi Tom. Your example should open the default browser at the URL specified by the Address parameter. For more information on the FollowHyperlink method, see this Microsoft documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/vba/api/powerpoint.presentation.followhyperlink

Thank you very much! It’s exactly what I needed.

I have tried using your randomizing macro with a powerpoint – I must be doing something wrong, because it isn’t putting the slides in random order. Please advise! I copied the macro exactly (using cut & paste), and thought I was following all the directions here for how to use it in the powerpoint. But, no random presentation of the slides. Boo hoo!

Hi Marya. Let’s check that VBA is installed and enabled on your machine. Can you add the following macro to the VBE project (just below the existing one) and try to run it from the PowerPoint window using Alt+F8?

Sub CheckVBA() MsgBox “it’s working” End Sub

Make sure the quotes are the straight type.

I am trying to format my title page so that the number displayed is equal to the linked slide and updates automatically wherever the slide is moved. For example “about us” is on slide #5 and linked, so it goes to slide 5 when you click on the word. I need the number (in a separate text box) to update automatically to the slide number location that the link goes to.

Hi Mary and thanks for the question. It looks like you’re interested in some kind of automated agenda slide builder. That’s a fair bit of code to create and quite complex as it needs to handle events from PowerPoint to detect when slides have moved. It could be possible to write a simpler macro which you run manually each time you want to update that title page. You’d need start by finding a way to identify which objects are your numerical indicators. For example, if you named your objects in the selection pane (Alt+F10) “Agenda Link”, then is simple macro could be a starting place for you: Sub UpdateAgendaNumbers() Dim oSld As Slide Dim oShp As Shape Dim LinkedSlideIndex As Long On Error Resume Next For Each oSld In ActivePresentation.Slides For Each oShp In oSld.Shapes If oShp.Name = “Agenda Link” Then If oShp.ActionSettings(ppMouseClick).Action = ppActionHyperlink Then If oShp.HasTextFrame Then LinkedSlideIndex = Split(oShp.ActionSettings(ppMouseClick).Hyperlink.SubAddress, “,”)(1) oShp.TextFrame.TextRange.Text = LinkedSlideIndex End If End If End If Next Next End Sub

Great wealth of information. Have never used macros before but was looking to use them to help with this situation. At work we use Work Orders (created in Power Point) and are looking to include a sequential number to them (print 50-100 copies of one slide with the numbers) and if possible would like the number to continue from the last printed number…been trying to find some code to help but not having much luck possible partly due to being new to macros

That’s definitely something we could help design for you Joshua. If you’d like to discuss further, please click the Contact button at the top of this page.

I tried this changing the font color of text within the textbox. I used this to change the font color on a mouse over:

Public Sub GraphicHover(ByRef oGraphic As Shape)

oGraphic.TextFrame.TextRange.Font.Color.RGB = RGB(0, 130, 202)

and it works just fine. But, when I move the mouse off the text box, onto the invisible rectangle with this code attached to the mouseover event, it doesn’t change the text color back to it’s original color and remains the color I changed it to mentioned above. I know the mouseover event is being triggered because I checked “Highlight when mouse over” and I am seeing the highlight on the invisible rectangle:

Public Sub ResetGraphicHover(ByRef oCover As Shape) Dim oSld As Slide Dim oShp As Shape Set oSld = oCover.Parent For Each oShp In oSld.Shapes With oShp.TextFrame.TextRange.Font.Color If .RGB = RGB(0, 130, 202) Then .RGB = RGB(121, 135, 156) End With Next End Sub

Any clue where my ResetGraphicHover is failing?

Hi Dave. I took your code and it works for me. You could add a debug line after the For Each… line in the rest macro to check that (a) it’s firing and (b) which shapes are being looked at on your slide. To do that, add this:

Debug.Print oShp.Name

After you run the slide show, check the output in the VBE Immediate pane (Ctrl+G to toggle it).

Hi I am creating an interactive game (matching cards or concentration) in PowerPoint. If the 2 cards match, I need a pop-up text box to appear. If the 2 cards do not match, I need a sound to play.

I understand I need programming to make this happen. Please help or give alternative ways to achieve this. Thanks.

Hi Tammy. Have a look at this article which will help you: https://www.brightcarbon.com/blog/powerpoint-memory-game/

Hi Producer I will like to get comments on macros you can make available to me. Beautiful. I am using this approach frequently to make offline projects. Thanks. S. Fas

Excellent!!! Thank you!

You’re more than welcome Nataša!

Thank you! Is there any option to replace a font in the entire presentation for a specific character. Let’s say, I would like to change font only for dots in the deck but I would like to keep the rest in the original font. Any idea please? Thank you so much!

Hi Jan. You might be able to use the Replace Fonts feature found in the Home tab of PowerPoint under the Replace menu at the far end of the ribbon. If you need to use VBA then set up a nested loop to iterate all shapes within all slides and then use the oShp.TextFrame2.TextRange.Font object to change the font.

Exellent explenation. so beutiful. I am creating an interactive e learing quiz. Thanking you.

Hello! I have a client who’s interested in using tagging to help create searchable content within slides. For example, they have four different categories for slide content across multiple presentations (Overview, Market, Product, Country). I’d like to assign a different shape to represent each of the four categories, where a blue square might represent Overview slide content. Then, when someone uses the keyword “Overview” to search for overview content (on Teams or SharePoint), these slides are easily identified. Is this something that’s possible with VBA code?

Hi Linda. That’s a very good question! Given the need is to search via SharePoint, VBA probably won’t help here as the PowerPoint file needs to be opened for VBA to examine its content. I have a sneaking suspicion that if you add keywords in the Tags field under File / Info that SharePoint may use this. But, that’s at the file level rather than the slide level. We have a PowerPoint add-in called ShowMaker that might be of interest as it allows you to add category metadata to slides and then the presenter can use that to filter the deck and export the required content. You can find an overview of it here: https://www.brightcarbon.com/showmaker/ and we could set up a demo if you’re interested (please use the Contact button at the top of this page if that’s the case).

I’ve just created an elearning package in PowerPoint using VBA , I didn’t realise it could sum up text boxes within PowerPoint to mark the qualification at the end. Also used AWS text to speech over the top of the learning . Looks great

Sounds like a fun and successful project Stu! Thanks for sharing 🙂

I have a bit of a tricky one but hoping it is possible to do with VBA. We offer training services to multiple clients that can be customized but the majority of training is consistent from one client to the next (main changes are the slide masters/formatting and addition/removal of certain sections).

What we want to do is create one master (or multiple) training document(s), and then use VBA’s to link it to the client specific PowerPoint. We want to link the master rather than using the “reuse slide” command so that if we update one file the other will automatically update as well.

Not sure if it matters, but our company uses sharepoint as storage

Hi Dave and thanks for a great question. VBA is an excellent solution for automating a manual process. In general, if a person can perform a task manually via a sequence of pre-defined steps then VBA can do it automatically, faster, and with less chance of mistakes for something done many times. We’d be happy set up a call to discuss your needs further and see what could be automated with VBA. If that’s of interest, please use the contact button at the top of the page and mention my name in the form.

PP does not seem to have the record macro feature. To write vba code in PP by someone who only worked with vba in excel, would require some prior knowledge. Is there a summary of the most common objects, methods etc to refer to?

Hi Reef. You’re correct that there’s no VBA macro recording feature in newer versions of PowerPoint. The best place to start learning is by purchasing a book (there’s one called “Mastering VBA for Microsoft Office 365” on Amazon or reading the extremely exciting Object Model documentation from Microsoft: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/vba/api/overview/powerpoint/object-model

Hi Greeting I had made a game in power point using VBA codes. At last it generate a report every time a candidate conduct the game . My requirement is to generate result in same excel sheet after conducting the game. Like Row 1 player 1 result Row 2 player 2 result I need your help Regards

Hi Asheesh. It’s possible to use VBA to get PowerPoint to “talk” to Excel (and other Office apps) but it’s a bit complicated to mention in a comment here. We’d be happy to help if you’d like a quote or if you want to try yourself you could start with this: Set oXL = CreateObject(“Excel.Application”) and have a look at some online examples. I’d also recommend the book “Mastering VBA for Microsoft Office 365” available from Amazon.

If there are two colors of font in the textFrame, how to change the font of one color through VBA?

Hi Bruce. You could either iterate through the Characters collection of the TextRange2 object or the Runs collection which returns all of the TextRanges with the same style. Example: ActiveWindow.Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Runs(1).Font.Fill.ForeColor.RGB

Hi – can you help, please?

How can I change the font color and size of the message box? What code will work and where will I put it? Creating an interactive game in powerpoint. Thank you!

—– Sub Correct() Points.Caption = (Points.Caption) + 10 Output = MsgBox(“Your answer is correct, well done!”, vbOKOnly, “Correct Answer”) ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Next End Sub

Sub Incorrect() Points.Caption = (Points.Caption) – 5 Output = MsgBox(“Your answer is incorrect.”, vbOKOnly, “Wrong Answer”) ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Next End Sub

Sub Reset() SlideLayout.Points.Caption = 0 ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Exit End Sub ———-

Thanks for your explanation.

Hi Jamie, Is there any way to keep my macro save in a file so I can utilize on any other PPTs equivalent as.normal.dotm for Word, .xlam(add-in) for Excel.

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プレゼンはPowerPoint一択で大丈夫?

テンプレートが豊富に揃うcanva, 編集ツールとしても使いやすく、無料素材も豊富に揃う, プレゼンテーションに必要な機能, canvaのプラン(無料プランと有料プラン).

「定例会議」や「新商品の発表会」などに向けて、プレゼンテーション用のスライドを作成する機会もあるだろう。こういったスライドはPowerPointで作成するのが一般的であるが、それ以外にもスライド作成に活用できるツールはある。この連載では、最近、注目を集めている「Canva(キャンバ)」をプレゼンテーションに活用する方法を紹介していこう。

プレゼンテーションに使用するアプリとして真っ先に思いつくのは「PowerPoint」ではないだろうか。新商品や新サービスの発表会をはじめ、社内の報告会、取引先との打ち合わせなどにPowerPointを使用している方も沢山いるだろう。

PowerPointにはプレゼンに必要な機能が過不足なく用意されているが、ひとつだけ弱点がある。それはデザイン(テーマ)のバリエーションが少ないこと。PowerPointは多くの人が使用しているアプリでもあるため、「どこかで見たような…」というデザインになってしまうケースが少なくない。

そこで、本連載ではPowerPointの代わりに「Canva」というWebサービス(Webアプリ)を使ってプレゼンテーション用のスライドを作成する方法を紹介していこう。

プレゼンにも使えるCanvaの概要

まずは、普段から使用しているPowerPointでスライドを作成した例を紹介する。以下に示した図は、「イオン」や「ウィスプ」といったテーマをスライドに適用した例だ。

PowerPointで作成したスライドの例(1)

PowerPointで作成したスライドの例(2)

PowerPointを使用している方にとっては、よく見慣れた「お馴染みのデザイン」といえるだろう。PowerPointには30種類以上のデザイン(テーマ)が用意されているが、使い勝手のよいデザインは数点ほどしかなく、毎回、同じようなデザインのスライドになってしまう傾向がある。

PowerPointに用意されているデザイン(テーマ)

もちろん、プレゼンテーションの本質は“デザイン"ではなく“内容"であるが、そうはいっても「たまには他人と違うデザインでスライドを作りたい!」と思うこともあるだろう。このような場合にぜひ活用したいのが、本連載で紹介する「Canva」というWebサービスだ。

Canva はオーストラリア発のWebサービスで、名刺やチラシ、ポスターなどのデザインを作成できるツールとして名を馳せている。

また、Canvaには「プレゼンテーション」というカテゴリも用意されており、発表用のスライドを作成する機能、スライドショーを実行する機能なども提供されている。これらの機能を「実際のプレゼンに活用してみよう!」というのが本連載の主旨だ。

CanvaのWebサイト(Webアプリ)

Canvaを利用するにあたって必要となる環境は、Google ChromeやFirefox、Edge、SafariといったWebブラウザだけ。パソコンだけでなく、スマートフォンやタブレットでも利用できるのが利点の一つといえる。このため、自宅勤務(テレワーク)や外出先でも問題なく利用することが可能である。

Canvaの最大の特長は、膨大な数のテンプレートが用意されていること。これは“デザイン作成ツール"ならではの強みといえるだろう。バリエーションも豊富で、チラシやポスターのカテゴリでは「夏祭り」や「花火大会」のように日本向けのテンプレートも見つかる。

プレゼンテーションのカテゴリーについても同様で、「全部でいくつかあるのか?」を数えきれないほどのテンプレートが用意されている。このため、一覧からテンプレートを選択するのではなく、適当なキーワードを入力してテンプレートを検索する、という仕組みになっている。

テンプレートの検索画面

発表内容に適したデザインが見つかったら、そのテンプレートをクリックしてスライドに適用する。これで以下の図のようなスライドを作成できる。

Canvaで作成したスライドの例(1)

Canvaで作成したスライドの例(2)

あとは、発表内容に合わせて「文字」や「画像」を差し替えていくだけ。これだけの作業で、他ではあまり見かけないデザインのスライドに仕上げることができる。

「タイトルスライド」に続く、2枚目以降のスライドについても、10種類以上のレイアウトが用意されているテンプレートが多いといえる。これらは単に配置を調整したものではなく、それ自体がデザインと呼べる仕上がりになっている。

このため、1つのテンプレートを選択するだけで、バリエーションに富んだスライドを作成できる仕様になっている。以下に、いくつか例を紹介しておこう。

テンプレートに含まれるレイアウトの例(1)

テンプレートに含まれるレイアウトの例(2)

テンプレートに含まれるレイアウトの例(3)

テンプレートに含まれるレイアウトの例(4)

テンプレートに含まれるレイアウトの例(5)

上記に示した例は、Canvaに用意されているテンプレートをそのままスライドに適用したものだ。実際にスライドを作成するときは、これらをベースに文字を書き換えたり、写真やイラストを差し替えたりして、「発表内容に即したスライドに変更していく」というのが最も簡単な使い方となる。

もちろん、上記に示したデザイン以外にも数多くのテンプレートが用意されている。このように、自分でデザインやレイアウトを考えなくても、見た目が次々と変化していくスライドを手軽に作成できるのが、Canvaならではの特長といえる。

Canvaは「Webブラウザだけで利用できるツール」であるにも関わらず、使い勝手のよい編集機能が装備されている。文字の書式を指定する、画像を編集する、といった基本的な操作は問題なく行えるし、素材の整列やグループ化といった補助的な機能も十分に備えられている。

Canvaのスライド編集画面(文字の書式指定)

また、数百万点という規模で「写真素材」や「イラスト素材」が提供されていることも大きな魅力といえる。これらの素材は、スライドを彩るアクセントとして活用できるだろう。

Canvaに用意されている写真素材の一例

Canvaに用意されているイラスト素材の一例

さらには、AI(人口知能)を使って「写真」や「文章」を自動生成する機能も提供されている。たとえば、「パソコンに向かって作業する犬」のように、一般的な素材集で見つけられなさそうな写真を“自分で作り出す"といった使い方にも対応している。

AIを使った画像生成にも対応

必要なスライドを作成できたら、そのままCanvaで発表を行うことも可能だ。作成したスライドを次々と画面全体に表示していく「スライドショー」の機能が用意されているため、Canvaだけでプレゼンテーションに関わる一連の作業を完結できるようになっている。

また、発表用原稿などを画面に表示できる「プレゼンテーションビュー」という機能も用意されている。この機能を使うと、参加者には「スライドだけ」を全画面表示で示し、自分のパソコンには「発表用の原稿とスライド」を表示する、といった使い方が可能となる。

発表者向けのツール(プレゼンテーションビュー)

そのほか、スライドショーに関連する機能として、以下のような機能もCanvaに装備されている。

・スライド内の素材にアニメーションを指定する ・次のページに切り替えるときの演出(ページトランジション)を指定する ・スライドショーを自動再生する ・スライドショーを録画して動画にする ・録画した動画を編集する

さらには、作成したスライドをPDF出力することにより、参加者にスライドを送信する、スライドを印刷して配布する、といった使い方にも対応している。

このように、プレゼンテーションに必要な機能が漏れなく装備されているため、PowerPointに頼ることなく、発表を遂行できるようになっている。

最後に、Canvaを利用する際に必要となる料金について解説しておこう。Canvaは無料のWebサービスとして提供されているため、会員登録さえ済ませれば、誰でも、すぐに利用を開始することが可能だ。

さらに、上位プランとして「Canva Pro」や「Canva for Teams」といったプランも用意されている。こちらは有料のサブスクリプション(月単位または年単位)で、以下のような料金設定になっている(2024年2月時点)。

・Canva Proの料金  1,500円/月(または12,000円/年)

・Canva for Teamsの料金(最初の5名の合計)  3,000円/月(または30,000円/年)

もちろん、プランに応じて機能制限などが設けられているが、無料の「Canva Free」でも問題なく「スライド作成」や「スライドショー」などの作業を行える。

有料プランにアップグレートすることで使用可能になる主な機能は以下のとおり。

・使用可能な「テンプレート」の数が増える ・使用可能な「写真素材」や「イラスト素材」の数が増える(※1) ・AIを使った画像・動画の生成や編集、文章の生成(※2) ・ストレージ容量が1TBに増える(※3)

(※1)無料プランのユーザーが「有料プラン専用の素材」を単品購入することも可能(1点につき120円程度) (※2)無料プランのユーザーでも、画像生成50回まで、動画生成5回まで、文章生成50回まで試用可能 (※3)無料プランのストレージ容量は5GB

なお、各プランの詳細は、 こちら に記載されているので、詳しく知りたい方は確認してみるとよいだろう。

各プランの違いを説明するページ

プランのアップグレードは好きなタイミングで契約できるので、まずは無料プランで試してみて、必要性を感じたときに「Canva Pro」などへのアップグレードを検討するとよいだろう。これは筆者の私見でしかないが、「無料プランでも十分すぎるくらいの機能が提供されている」というのが正直な感想だ。

Webサービス(Webアプリ)としての使用感やインターフェースも優れているので、パソコンに慣れている方なら、すぐにでも使いこなせるようになるだろう。ただし、PowerPointとは「編集の手順」や「考え方」が異なる部分もある。それを補足する意味も込めて、次回の連載から初心者向けに詳しい使い方を紹介していこう。

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