Microsoft launches two new PowerPoint tools – ‘Designer’ and ‘Morph’

Microsoft launches two new PowerPoint tools – ‘Designer’ and ‘Morph’

Last week, Microsoft announced the launch of two new game-changing features for PowerPoint 2016. The new features – dubbed ‘Designer’ and ‘Morph’ – will take PowerPoint presentations to the next level, as they will use cloud in offering presentations as well as automated slides.

The new ‘Designer’ and ‘Morph’ PowerPoint 2016 tools were announced last Friday by Kirk Koenigsbauer -- Corporate VP of Microsoft’s Office Team -- via a post on Office Blogs. Announcing the two new features, Koenigsbauer said that both the features are essentially aimed at making PowerPoint users’ presentations more attractive and exciting.

Sharing details about the two new features, Koenigsbauer said that ‘Designer’ helps users in creating high-quality slides quickly; while ‘Morph’ makes their presentations interesting by creating cinematic motions through seamless animation between slides. The two new features use cloud-powered recommendation engine and smart animation technology.

In a press release related to the launch of the new ‘Designer’ and ‘Morph’ features for PowerPoint 2016, Microsoft described both the features as “new intelligent tools” which work for PowerPoint users “by automating the creation of slides and presentations,” thereby enabling them to “get more out of Office.”

Microsoft also said that the new ‘Designer’ and ‘Morph’ tools allow PowerPoint users “to spend less time figuring out how to produce high quality designs and more time preparing for that key moment-your presentation.”

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