When creating a presentation where attendees need to think about certain upcoming appointments, a calendar is a natural complement. PowerPoint offers a variety of calendar templates to choose from. Select the desired month and copy the desired month into your presentation.
Inserting a Calendar in PowerPoint
Open your PowerPoint presentation, select the slide in which to display the calendar, and then click File. Select File tab "width =" 299 "height =" 1
In the left pane, select" New. "
Enter" Calendar "in the search bar and press to search If you can not find any that you like, you can browse the many Office calendar templates available online.
After the selection, a description of the template will be displayed. Continue and click "Create."
The calendar will be displayed in a new PowerPoint presentation F olie displayed. Scroll through the normal view on the left and select the month you want to use in your existing presentation. This example uses the month of October.
Right-click on the slide and select "Copy" from the menu. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + C.
Next, go back to your existing presentation. In the normal viewport, right-click the slide in which you want to insert the calendar. In the context menu under "Paste", select "Keep source formatting". This way, the calendar background can accept the topic used in your presentation.
Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + V.
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If you want to share this presentation with other relevant members If you can keep up with important data, click the "Share" button at the top right of the screen.
You are prompted to select the method len in which you want to release. In this example, we'll share it as a PowerPoint presentation.
If your default e-mail client is already selected, the document is already attached. Enter the emails of the recipient and click "Send".