What is the subtitle in PPT?

What is the subtitle in PPT?

PowerPoint for Microsoft 365 may transcribe your words as you speak and show them on-screen as captions in the same language as you speak, or as subtitles translated into another language.

What is a subtitle in PowerPoint?

Closed captions or subtitles can be added to movies and audio files in PowerPoint for Windows presentations. By incorporating closed captions, you may reach a wider audience, including persons with hearing impairments and those who speak languages different than the one in your film.

Subtitles are displayed below the video window when viewers click the Subtitle button on their remote control or computer keyboard. Users can select from a variety of languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Russian, and many more.

Subtitles can also be integrated into PowerPoint slides by using the Insert | Caption | Subtitle command. This creates a slide with a title frame and a subtitle area that you can fill with text. The default language for the slide is English.

People with vision problems can view your presentation with closed captioning turned on. This is useful if they cannot hear the audio track, such as if they are listening to music through earphones while viewing the screen.

Those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing can access the content of your presentation with closed captioning turned on. This is useful if they are watching the screen while someone else speaks over them, such as a speaker at a podium.

What is the subtitle box in PPT?

You may write text in the title text box or the subtitle text box on a standard PowerPoint slide. When you put text into the Title or Subtitle text fields, the contents show in the Outline view as slide titles and subheadings. The subtitle is displayed below the main title on the slide.

Can you convert PPT to Word?

To save a PowerPoint presentation as a Word document, follow these steps.

  1. Open your PowerPoint presentation.
  2. Click File> Export > Create Handouts.

What does PPT stand for?

Presentation using PowerPoint.

The term PPT (or power point presentation) is used to describe a document or file that can be viewed on a computer with Microsoft Power Point installed. The file may consist of drawings, photographs, videos, or other media and cannot simply be text-based.

So basically, a PPT file is a slide show created with Microsoft Power Point.

In addition to being able to view these files, people also use the PPT name to refer to the program itself. So if you ask someone what program is used to create PPT files, they might say "Microsoft Power Point" or "PowerPoint from Microsoft."

However, not everyone knows that Power Point stands for Presentation Using PowerPoint. Many people think that the term refers to some kind of invisible force that drives us into a corner!

What is the formatting in PPT?

To emphasize and highlight material, change the size, font, and text style in your PowerPoint presentation. Select a formatting choice from the Home menu, such as Font, Font Size, Line Spacing, Bold, Italic, and more....

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