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The 8 Best Free PowerPoint Alternatives
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Microsoft PowerPoint is a great tool for creating professional-looking slideshows and presentations. However, the home version requires a Microsoft 365 subscription, and the free mobile app locks some features behind the sub as well. Fortunately, there are plenty of free PowerPoint software alternatives out there. Here's a look at some of the best options and how they compare to PowerPoint.
Best Direct PowerPoint Replacement: Google Slides
Very similar to PowerPoint.
Free to use.
Compatible with PowerPoint.
An internet connection is strongly recommended.
Where there's a need for an app, Google seems to have it covered. Google Slides is its PowerPoint equivalent and it's a lot like Microsoft's app. Very simple to use and offering full compatible with the alternative, you can access Google Slides via your browser and easily create custom presentations with audio and your own images, all entirely for free. It also offers great live collaboration features for teamwork purposes.
The only minor downside is you need an internet connection to at least get started but the service does also work offline with presentations syncing once you're back online.
Best for Designers: Prezi
Video editing included.
Can easily make data visualizations.
Stylish user interface.
Free option is pretty basic.
Presentations viewable by all.
Prezi is a great option for designers who have a vision but aren't technically proficient at achieving it. Its simple drag and drop interface makes it a breeze to organize your presentation just how you want it. Backed up with other Prezi apps that mean you can create videos or more stylish data visualizations than simple graphs, it's ideal for industries that are more visual than others. A series of pre-made templates makes it all the more attractive.
Prezi isn't as free as it seems though. To get the full wealth of features like advanced image editing, offline access, and narration, you'll need to pay a subscription fee.
Best for Quick Results: Zoho Show
A theme for every occasion.
Quick to create something.
Need to be online to use it.
Simple to use yet highly effective is the sweet spot for quick results, and that's certainly the case with Zoho Show. You might need to be online to use it, but it's worth the connection with an intuitive user interface that adapts to what you need to do. You can easily embed videos, tweets, and images into your presentations with some neat transition effects making things more interesting.
Collaboration tools further sweeten the deal with annotation features meaning you can work together well as a team and fast.
Best for Animations: Powtoon
Great animation tools.
Easy to use.
Can export to social media platforms.
Branding applied on free presentations.
More about animations than slideshows.
PowToon tackles PowerPoint presentations from a slightly different angle than a lot of its competitors. It's primarily great for creating full animations and videos rather than presentations that you would click through and present yourself. That lends itself perfectly to the internet which is why it's so useful that you can export your presentations to various forms of social media.
With a drag and drop template, you can create something within about 20 minutes from your browser. The free version bundles in branding logos so viewers will always know you've used PowToon to create them but that's a small price to pay for an otherwise very accessible and simple to use piece of software.
Best for Mass Branding: Renderforest
Plenty of options for expanding branding.
300MB cloud storage for free.
Exports can be low in quality.
Content is watermarked.
RenderForest thinks of itself as more than just a PowerPoint alternative. It tackles everything you might need from creating logos to designing promo videos, music visualizations, landing pages, and websites. That's on top of its extensive animations and intro creation. That might sound intimidating but the service keeps things simple, so it won't take you long to mock something up and develop it.
Stick to the free version and there are some restrictions such as branding on your videos, lower quality logos, and so forth, but it's a solid start for an otherwise entirely free service. In particular, if you just need to concoct a quick 3-minute video for a presentation, RenderForest has you covered.
Best for Non-Designers: Visme
Plenty of templates to choose from.
Can set up five projects at once.
Charts and widgets support.
Limited cloud storage.
Visme branding on free plan.
Been asked to make a presentation and you don't know where to start? Visme is perfect for those that aren't well versed with graphics as it offers an extensive template library. The free plan limits your options a little but there are still some decent choices here. In addition, the service provides cool ways to make stats and data look exciting thanks to chart and widget support. It's all done through a simple drag and drop interface too that makes it super simple to add video and embed other content.
Just bear in mind that storage options are a little limited and everything on the free plan will contain Visme branding.
Best for Office Replacement: LibreOffice Impress
Full program rather than browser-based.
Similar experience to Microsoft Office.
Not quite as intuitive as alternatives.
LibreOffice is a popular free alternative to Microsoft Office, so it makes sense to use LibreOffice Impress if you want the closest experience to Microsoft's package. Unlike most of the others here, you need to install LibreOffice on your PC or Mac which means it's no good for Chromebooks or moving between different systems. However, in exchange, you get an intuitive experience that makes it simple to create slideshows, whether you're handing them out to a class or conference afterwards, or simply projecting them on screen.
Bear in mind you have to seek out templates yourself though which may be off-putting for the least technically minded user out there.
Best for Apple Users: Keynote
Simple to use.
Apple Pencil support.
Cloud based as well as app based.
App is only on Apple devices.
Keynote is Apple's direct competitor to Microsoft PowerPoint and it's a great alternative, especially if you're a Mac user. With app support for iOS and Mac, it takes seconds to get started. Alternatively, PC users can use Keynote via the iCloud website and easily work across multiple devices.
One of the best features is the ability to use the Apple Pencil on an iPad to create diagrams or illustrations making it great for skilled artists. As well as that, Apple provides plenty of convenient templates for personal and professional projects.
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The best presentation software in 2023
These powerpoint alternatives go beyond the basics..
The latest presentation apps have made it easier than ever to format slides and create professional-looking slideshows without giving off a "this is a template" vibe. Even standard PowerPoint alternatives have updated key features to make it easier than ever to collaborate and create presentations quickly, so you can spend more time prepping for your actual presentation.
If, like me, you've been using Google Slides unquestioningly for years, it's a whole new world out there. The newest crop of online presentation tools go way beyond the classic slideshow experience, with new features to keep your audience's attention, streamline the creation process with AI, and turn slide decks into videos and interactive conversations.
I've been testing these apps for the past few years, and this time, I spent several days tinkering with the top presentation software solutions out there to bring you the best of the best.
The best presentation software
Beautiful.ai for AI-powered design
Prezi for non-linear, conversational presentations
Powtoon for video presentations
Genially for interactive, presenter-less presentations
Pitch for collaborating with your team on presentations
Zoho Show for a simple presentation app
Gamma for generative AI features
What makes the best presentation app?
How we evaluate and test apps.
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When looking for the best presentation apps, I wanted utility players. After all, slideshows are used for just about everything, from pitch decks and product launches to class lectures and church sermons. With that in mind, here's what I was looking for:
Pre-built templates. The best presentation tools should have attractive, professional-looking templates to build presentations in a hurry.
Sharing and collaboration options. Whether you plan to share your webinar slides later, or you just want to collaborate with a coworker on a presentation, it should be easy to share files and collaborate in real-time.
Flexibility and customization options. Templates are great, but top presentation apps should enable you to customize just about everything—giving you the flexibility to build exactly what you need.
Affordability. Creating compelling presentations is important, but you shouldn't have to bust your budget to make it happen. With capable free tools on the market, affordability is a top consideration.
Standalone functionality. There's no reason to use multiple tools when one can do it all, so I didn't test any apps that require and work on top of another presentation app like PowerPoint or Google Slides.
Familiar, deck-based UI. For our purposes here, I only tested software that uses slides, with the familiar deck-based editor you expect from a "presentation" tool (versus, for example, a video creation app).
While many apps now offer AI features in one way or another, I found many of these features to be lacking still—they're often slow, struggle to pull in relevant imagery, and yield wildly inconsistent designs. For that reason, I opted not to make AI features a strict requirement (for now!), and I've still included apps that don't offer AI. (Of course, if you opt for one of those, you can still easily get AI-generated images from a separate tool and copy them into your presentation app of choice.)
Beyond that, I also looked for presentation apps that brought something unique to the table—features above and beyond what you can get for free from a legacy solution like PowerPoint or Google Slides. (And I opted not to test any brand new apps that are still in beta, since there are so many established options out there.)
Here's what my testing workflow looked like:
I went through any onboarding or guided tutorials.
I created a new deck, scanning through all available templates, noting how well-designed they were (and which were free versus paid).
I added new slides, deleted slides, edited text and images, and played around with other content types.
I changed presentation design settings, like color schemes and background images.
I reviewed and tested the sharing and collaboration options.
I tested out presenter view (when available).
After my first round of testing, I went back into the top performers to test any unique or niche features like AI, brand settings, interactive content, and more. With that, these are the best presentation apps I found—each one really brings something different or radically easy to the table.
The best presentation software: at a glance
The best free presentation software, canva (web, windows, mac, android, ios).
Excellent free plan
Tons of amazing templates for all use cases
The Magic Design AI tool is still inconsistent and not super impressive
Canva offers one of the most robust free plans of all the presentation apps I tested. The app delays account creation until after you've created your first design, so you can get started building your presentation in seconds. Choose from an almost overwhelming number of beautiful templates (nearly all available for free), including those designed specifically for education or business use cases.
Anyone who's accidentally scrolled too far and been bumped to the next slide will appreciate Canva's editor interface, which eliminates that problem altogether with a smooth scroll that doesn't jump around. Choose from a handful of preset animations to add life to your presentations, or browse the library of audio and video files available to add. And Canva also has a number of options for sharing your presentation, including adding collaborators to your team, sharing directly to social media, and even via QR code.
Present directly from Canva, and let audience members submit their questions via Canva Live. Once you share a link to invite audience members to your presentation, they can send questions for you to answer. As the presenter, you'll see them pop up in your presenter view window, so you can keep the audience engaged and your presentation clear. Alternatively, record a presentation with a talking head bubble—you can even use an AI presenter here—to share remotely.
Canvas has added a number of AI-powered tools , but I wasn't super impressed by them yet. When I asked the Magic Design tool to generate a presentation from scratch, for example, the result was a bunch of unrelated images, inconsistent design, and surface-level copy. These features will likely improve in time, but for now, you're better off starting from one of Canva's many great templates.
Canva pricing: Free plan available; paid plans start at $119.99/year for 1 user and include additional features like Brand Kit, premium templates and stock assets, and additional AI-powered design tools.
The best presentation app for AI-powered design
Beautiful.ai (web, mac, windows).
True AI design
No fussing around with alignment
Still allows for customization
No free plan
Generative AI features aren't great yet
If you're like me, editing granular spacing issues is the absolute worst part of building a presentation. Beautiful.ai uses artificial intelligence to take a lot of the hassle and granular design requirements out of the presentation process, so you can focus on the content of a presentation without sacrificing professional design. If I needed to make presentations on a regular basis, this is the app I'd use.
Many apps have recently added AI design features, but Beautiful.ai has been doing it for years—and they've perfected the UX of AI design, ensuring the tool's reign as the most streamlined and user-friendly option for AI design.
The editor is a little different from most presentation apps, but it's still intuitive—and you'll start off with a quick two-minute tutorial. When creating a new slide, scroll through "inspiration slides" to find a layout you like; once you choose, the app will pull the layout and automatically adapt it to match the design of the rest of your presentation.
With 10 themes, several templated slides, over 40 fully-designed templates, and 23 different color palettes to choose from, Beautiful.ai strikes a perfect balance between automation and customization.
While Beautiful.ai doesn't offer a free plan, paid plans are reasonably priced and offer sharing and collaboration options that rival collab-focused apps like Google Slides. And speaking of Google, you can connect Beautiful.ai with Google Drive to save all your presentations there.
Note: I did test the newly released generative AI feature (called DesignerBot) and felt it wasn't much to write home about. It's great for adding individual slides to an existing presentation—automatically choosing the best layout and matching the design to the rest of the deck—but as with most other apps, it struggled to generate a quality presentation from scratch.
Beautiful.ai pricing: Plans start at $12/month for unlimited slides, AI content generation, viewer analytics, and more. Upgrade to a Team plan for $40/user/month to get extra collaboration and workspace features and custom brand controls.
If you're a founder looking for an AI presentation tool for your pitch deck, Slidebean is a great Beautiful.ai alternative for startups. The app offers a number of templates; a unique, content-first outline editor; and AI design help that you can toggle on or off for each slide. I didn't include it on the list mainly because of the price: the free plan is quite limited, and the paid all-access plan starts at $228/year.
The best presentation app for conversational presentations
Prezi (web, mac, windows, ios, android).
Doesn't restrict you to standard presentation structure
Lots of customization options
Prezi Video lets you display a presentation right over your webcam video
Steep learning curve
Struggling to squeeze information into a basic, linear presentation? Give Prezi a try. Unlike nearly all other presentation apps on the market, Prezi Present doesn't restrict the structure of your presentation to a straight line. The editor focuses on topics and subtopics and allows you to arrange them any way you want, so you can create a more conversational flow of information.
With the structural flexibility, you still get all the same customization features you expect from top presentation software, including fully-editable templates. There's a learning curve if you're unfamiliar with non-linear presentations, but templates offer a great jumping-off point, and Prezi's editor does a good job of making the process more approachable.
Plus, Prezi comes with two other apps: Prezi Design and Prezi Video. Prezi Video helps you take remote presentations to a new level. You can record a video where the presentation elements are displayed right over your webcam feed. Record and save the video to share later, or connect with your video conferencing tool of choice (including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet) to present live.
Prezi pricing: Free 14-day trial and a free plan that includes up to 5 visual projects; paid plans start at $5/month and include additional features like private presentations and Prezi Present.
The best presentation app for video presentations
Powtoon (web, ios, android).
Timing automatically changes based on the content on the slide
Can toggle between slideshow and video
Can orient presentation as horizontal, vertical, or square
Limited free plan
Powtoon makes it easy to create engaging videos by orienting the editor around a slide deck. Editing a Powtoon feels just like editing a presentation, but by the time you finish, you have a professional video.
You can edit your slides at any time, and when you hit play, a video plays through your deck—the feel is almost like an animated explainer video. Each slide includes the animations you choose and takes up as much time as is needed based on the content on the slide. Powtoon figures the timing automatically, and you can see in the bottom-right of the editor how much time is used on your current slide versus the total presentation. If you ever want to present as a slide deck, just toggle between Slideshow and Movie.
You'll likely need to subscribe to a paid plan to get the most out of Powtoon—like creating videos longer than three minutes, downloading them as MP4 files, and white-labeling your presentations—but doing so won't break the bank. Plus, you'll unlock tons of templates complete with animations and soundtracks.
One of my favorite Powtoon features is the ability to orient your video: you can choose horizontal orientation (like a normal presentation) or opt for vertical (for mobile) or square (for social media). When your presentation is ready, you can publish straight to YouTube, Wistia, Facebook Ads, and any number of other locations.
Powtoon pricing: Limited free plan available; paid plans start at $20/month and include white-labeling, priority support, additional storage, and more.
The best presentation app for interactive presentations
Don't need a presenter (it's interactive)
You can set universal branding guidelines
Unlimited creations on the free plan
Free plan has some limitations worth looking into (e.g., can only make public presentations)
While many presentation apps are built for presenter-led decks, Genially 's interactive features and animated templates make it easy to build a self-led presentation. A variety of interactive buttons allow you to show viewers additional context on hover, have them skip to any page of your deck, and let them navigate to external links.
This presentation program offers a bunch of searchable templates, including some for business proposals, reports, social media presentations, and more (though most of those are available on premium plans only). Genially also includes Smart blocks —templated blocks of content for elements like data visualizations and image galleries.
My favorite feature is the brand settings. Premium users can set universal branding guidelines that include your logo, color scheme, fonts, images, and backgrounds, among other options. Think of them like a custom template, created and customized by you, that the whole team can use. Once set, your team can easily create on-brand presentations that automatically apply your brand settings, without even thinking about it.
Plus, Genially supports additional content like training materials, infographics, and interactive images—all subject to your brand presets.
Genially pricing: Free plan available with unlimited creations and views and access to templates; paid plans start at $7.49/month and include additional download options, privacy controls, offline viewing, premium templates, and more.
The best presentation app for collaborating with your team
Pitch (web, mac, windows, ios, android).
Google levels of collaboration
Assign slides to specific team members
Start live video calls straight from decks
User interface is a little different than you're used to
Need to collaborate on presentations with your team? Pitch is a Google Slides alternative that gets the job done. As far as decks go, Pitch includes all the beautifully-designed templates, customizability, and ease of use you expect from a top-notch presentation tool. But the app really shines when you add your team.
The right-hand sidebar is all about project management and collaboration: you can set and update the status of your deck, assign entire presentations or individual slides to team members, plus comment, react, or add notes. Save custom templates to make future presentations even easier and faster.
You can also invite collaborators from outside your company to work with you on individual decks. And if you opt for a paid plan, Pitch introduces workspace roles, shared private folders, and version history.
The "Go live" feature is a personal favorite—with just a click on the camera icon in the top-right, you can start a live video call. Any team members who open the presentation can hop in and collaborate in real-time.
Pitch pricing: Free plan offers unlimited presentations, custom templates, and live video collaboration; paid plans start at $8/user/month for additional workspace features, presentation analytics, and more.
The best simple presentation app
Zoho show (web, ios, android, chrome).
Zoho Show pros:
Simple and easy to use
Version history and ability to lock slides
Zoho Show cons:
Templates are pretty basic
If you're looking for a simple, yet capable presentation app that's a step up from Google Slides, Zoho Show is a great option. It's completely free to use, offers a clean, intuitive editor, and includes a number of great templates.
While the handful of "Themes" offered are on the basic side, Zoho templates boast a more modern and professional design than much of what Google Slides or PowerPoint offer. And I love that you can set the font and color scheme for the whole template, right from the start.
The app doesn't skimp on collaboration or shareability either. You can invite collaborators via email or shareable link, and comments and version history make it easy to work together on presentations. Once you're ready to share, you can even broadcast your presentation to a remote audience right from within Zoho. Plus, you can one-click lock slides to prevent any more editing or hide individual slides to customize your presentation for different audiences.
You can even connect Zoho Show to Zapier , so you can do things like automatically create a presentation when something happens in one of the other apps you use most.
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Zoho Show pricing: Free
The best presentation app for generative AI
Creates fully fleshed-out presentations from a prompt
Can still manually edit the presentation
Not as much granular customization
I tested a lot of apps claiming to use AI to up your presentation game, and Gamma 's generative features were head and shoulders above the crowd.
Simply give the app a topic—or upload an outline, notes, or any other document or article—approve the outline, and pick a theme. The app will take it from there and create a fully fleshed-out presentation. It's far from perfect, but Gamma produced the most useful jumping-off point of all the AI presentation apps I tested.
Here's the key: Gamma is much more geared toward the iterative, chatbot experience familiar to ChatGPT users. Click on the Edit with AI button at the top of the right-hand menu to open the chat, and you'll see suggested prompts—or you can type in your own requests for how Gamma should alter the presentation.
Once you've done all you can with prompts, simply close the chat box to manually add the finishing touches. While you do sacrifice some granular customizability in exchange for the AI features, you can still choose your visual theme, change slide layouts, format text, and add any images, videos, or even app and web content.
Gamma pricing: Free plan includes unlimited users, 1 custom theme, 400 AI deck credits, and basic view analytics; upgrade to the Pro plan ("coming soon," as of this writing) for $10/user/month to get additional AI credits, advanced view analytics, custom fonts, and more.
What about the old standbys?
You might notice a few major presentation players aren't on this list, including OGs Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Google Slides. These apps are perfectly adequate for creating basic presentations, and they're free if you have a Windows or Mac device or a Google account.
I didn't include them on the list because the presentation space has really developed in the last several years, and after testing them out, I found these behemoths haven't kept pace. If they weren't made by Microsoft/Apple/Google, I might not even be mentioning them. They're pretty basic tools, they're behind the curve when it comes to templates (both quantity and design), and they don't offer any uniquely valuable features like robust team collaboration, branding controls, video, and so on.
Some of these companies (think: Microsoft and Google) are openly working on some pretty impressive-sounding AI features, but they haven't been widely released to the public yet. Rest assured, I'm watching this space, and the next time we update this article, I'll retest tools like PowerPoint and Google Slides to see what new features are available.
In any case, if you're reading this, you're probably looking for an alternative that allows you to move away from one of the big 3, and as the presentation platforms featured above show, there's a ton to gain—in terms of features, usability, and more—when you do.
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This post was originally published in October 2014 and has since been updated with contributions from Danny Schreiber, Matthew Guay, Andrew Kunesh, and Krystina Martinez. The most recent update was in May 2023.
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The 7 Best Free PowerPoint Alternatives for Presentations
Microsoft PowerPoint is great, but what if you can't afford it? Here are the best free PowerPoint alternatives for presentations.
Microsoft PowerPoint has been around for a long while and so far it has served users well. However, because it's a paid program, not everyone can afford it.
Thankfully, there are many options available for users who want the functionality of Microsoft PowerPoint in a free-to-use package. In fact, some of them don't even require any downloads and are completely web-based.
1. Google Slides
By far the most popular PowerPoint alternative out there, Google Slides shines when it comes to collaboration. Multiple people can work simultaneously on a presentation and add new slides.
This is further strengthened by its availability. Google Slides works on your web browser and has apps for both iOS and Android.
Additionally, Google Slides keeps a record of all the changes users have made to a presentation, and you can easily restore your slideshow to a previous version. While anyone with a Gmail account can use Google Slides, G Suite users get added data protection.
Compared to PowerPoint, the number of templates, animation forms, and fonts is somewhat lacking. However, businesses tend to overlook these shortcomings on a day-to-day basis.
While Canva is primarily known as a photo editor and design tool, it is also a competent MS PowerPoint alternative.
One of Canva's main strengths is its ease of use. There are many beginner tutorial videos on the website if users do not understand something. Complete beginners can easily navigate through the minimalistic interface.
With the free version of Canva, you get access to over 8000+ presentation templates that exponentially speed up your workflow. Additionally, Canva still remains one of the easiest services to create infographics and charts in.
The only limiting thing with Canva is that it offers a basic set of tools and transitions at users' disposal. It's apparent that the company places more focus on photo editing and design aspect than anything else.
The Prezi presentation format is unique in the way that it lets you view slides. Instead of addressing multiple elements at once, Prezi gives viewers a single canvas that allows them to zoom in on different presentation parts. This provides a much more immersive experience.
Similar to Google Slides, Prezi supports the real-time collaboration of up to 10 users. Users can also add comments to indicate changes or report missing information. Prezi works on any modern web browser, and there are Android and iOS apps available as well.
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The Prezi software also has an analytics feature that helps users optimize their presentation by showing them which slides were the most viewed as well as which ones were skipped.
Even though the basic version of Prezi is free to use, it doesn't allow users to control the privacy of their presentation, which could be a dealbreaker for many. Additionally, due to the way Prezi works, there is a steep learning curve associated with it.
4. WPS Office Free
WPS Office is the closest alternative to PowerPoint when it comes to functionality and user interface. Plus, unlike the other web-based services on this list, you don't always need an active internet connection to use it.
With its complete support for PowerPoint files, users can edit existing PowerPoint documents with ease in WPS Office. They can also embed videos and animate individual objects, just like in Microsoft PowerPoint. It also offers many templates, so users can pick their favorite.
However, users should keep in mind that while the software is free, it is supported by ads, which may be a bit intrusive at times. In addition to this, collaboration is less straightforward than with Google Slides.
WPS Office is available across all major platforms such as Windows, macOS, Linux. iOS, and Android. There is a web-based version available as well. Alternatively, you can check out this handy guide to smoothen your transition to WPS Office from Microsoft .
Xtensio is one of the best options for business users. It has many templates available regarding various organization sections, such as marketing, UX design, etc.
With Xtensio's easy-to-use interface, even newbies can create professional-looking reports and presentations. Additionally, they offer even greater flexibility in terms of design. You can edit each object in a template to suit your specific needs.
But it does have some shortcomings. For one thing, users cannot export their presentations in PowerPoint format. Additionally, the free version supports only one user at a time with a storage space of 1MB.
LibreOffice is open-source presentation software that does everything PowerPoint can do. Although it lacks functionality such as OneDrive Integration, its PowerPoint-like functionality more than makes up for it.
LibreOffice has its share of useful features, such as the ability to import Keynote files. In addition, LibreOffice has a vast collection of free templates that users can use to create their presentations.
If that's not enough, you can download additional templates from LibreOffice's online repository. LibreOffice is available across Windows, macOS, and Linux.
7. Zoho Show
There are several reasons to use Zoho Show for your next presentation. It's a great presentation tool that's similar to Google Slides, but even better. Users can also import and edit all their PowerPoint files in the online tool.
Users can create tables, infographics, and data charts within Zoho Show itself. In addition to this, the service also has in-built Google Image Search functionality that lets you search and insert images quickly.
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Additionally, Zoho Show supports collaboration in real-time and multiple users can edit presentations. Although there's not much to complain about in Zoho Show, many users would like to have more options when it comes to templates and animations.
Worthy PowerPoint Alternatives
Essentially, all these tools and services function the same way as PowerPoint without the cost. Furthermore, the web-based alternatives are more advanced such as automatic saving and cloud storage.
Despite this, PowerPoint remains the front-runner when it comes to presentation software. As such, it is important for users to know how to make the best out of its features.
Presentation Software for 2022: 10 Best PowerPoint Alternatives
Imagine the last PowerPoint presentation you created. You probably spent way too much time on the minute design details like adjusting borders and aligning text boxes. PowerPoint certainly can be a hassle, especially if you don’t have advanced knowledge of the software and its features.
It’s no wonder why so many people are seeking PowerPoint-alternative presentation software options. Tools like Beautiful.ai, Visme and Prezi save time and plenty of time and frustration when designing presentations, plus many of the tools allow the most amateur of designers to craft masterful and engaging presentation designs.
With so many PowerPoint-alternative software options available, how can you choose the best one for presentation? It can be hard to know which is better than the next. To help out our readers, we’ve combined another list of PowerPoint alternatives for 2022.
Here, we’ve compiled basic information about 10 different alternative presentation programs to PowerPoint. Which is your favorite?
We hate to brag, but our PowerPoint-alternative software is perfect for designing professional-level presentations in a fraction of the time it takes to create a mediocre PowerPoint slide deck. By choosing to advanced presentation software like Beautiful.ai , users are handing over the bulk of the design work to artificial intelligence. Just add your content to slide templates and watch as the AI automatically adjusts your format based on the principles of good design.
Beautiful.ai users never waste valuable time aligning elements, establishing margins or balancing fonts. Users also benefit from a vast library full of thousands of free stock images, icons and logos, so they don’t need to dedicate time to seeking and importing images from an outside source. With Beautiful.ai, users even can add extra pizzazz to their presentations by customizing engaging infographics and adding eye-catching animations. Users don’t even have to build their presentations from the ground up, since Beautiful.ai features a plethora of customizable presentation templates , curated to fit a variety of topics and purposes.
2. Google Slides
Do you have a Google account? If so, then you already have access to the search giant’s own PowerPoint-alternative presentation software. Anyone with a Google account can access Google Slides from within the company’s suite of productivity applications . In terms of its user interface, Google Slides resembles PowerPoint in many ways, but presentations can be shared among Google users, making it a popular collaboration tool. Google Slides has its limits, however, since only a limited library of shapes and icons are available to add without seeking and importing the images from elsewhere.
Visme’s PowerPoint-alternative presentation software helps users design slide decks, infographics, interactive charts and other visual content. The easy-to-use cloud-based tool allows users to move elements around the workspace, and new content can be added by dragging and dropping it into place. Visme users can build presentations from scratch by starting with a blank canvas, or they can customize a variety of templates. The presentation software also features a collection of thousands of icons, images and data visualizations, and users even can choose to boost engagement by adding elements like video, audio and GIF files.
4. Zoho Show
With Zoho’s PowerPoint-alternative presentation software, users can create, edit, share and deliver presentations from anywhere while collaborating with their teams. Zoho Show is popular thanks to its minimalist and contextual user interface. The program recognizes the task the user is conducting, and automatically provides the most relevant options to reduce overall clutter on the screen. The presentation software also features more than 100 templates for a variety of topics and purposes, from startup pitch decks and business proposals to sales decks and project management presentations.
Prezi’s presentation software is a true alternative to PowerPoint . Rather than design standard slide decks, Prezi users create animated, non-sequential presentations that highlight topics and uncover subtopics with an engaging zoom feature. The PowerPoint-alternative software is an enticing alternative for creating visual presentations, but it’s probably better suited for experienced presentation designers thanks to its unique design. Still, Prezi is a perfect choice for presenters seeking a more creative way to capture an audience's attention.
Hoping to design a presentation on your smartphone or tablet? FlowVella is a popular presentation creation platform with a special focus on mobile device support. The PowerPoint-alternative presentation software allows users to create dynamic and interactive visual content from anywhere. Presentations created with FlowVella are especially engaging to audiences since they often combine words, images, video, links, galleries and PDFs to create an interactive story. The software is simple to use thanks to dozens of templates and a convenient drag-and-drop feature for adding content.
7. Haiku Deck
A free app for making attractive presentations, Haiku Deck is both simple and fun to use. The presentation design software uses artificial intelligence to transform ideas into eye-catching slide decks. This PowerPoint-alternative presentation tool is designed for users who want to craft presentations with simple messages using basic templates. And the drag-and-drop interface makes it a tool even amateur designers can master in no time at all.
Canva offers much more than an alternative to PowerPoint. Users can rely on the visual design platform to create social media graphics, posters, invitations, business cards and all sorts of other documents along with presentations. Canva features thousands of professional templates, images and other content elements, as well as features to help teams collaborate with ease. The software tool’s drag-and-drop interface makes it simple for non-designers to customize templates and even edit photos with little experience.
Traditional slide decks are designed to be led by a presenter. That worked great until so much of the global workplace went remote. Genially is a popular PowerPoint-alternative software choice because its interactive features and animated templates are perfect for building self-led presentations. Thanks to a variety of interactive buttons, designers can show their audiences additional context, skip to specific deck pages and even navigate to external locations with links. Genially features a variety of customizable templates on topics ranging from business proposals to social media presentations, making it a simple choice for amateur presentation designers.
No sooner did the PowerPoint-alternative presentation software launch in 2020, than it was already called a “PowerPoint killer” within the sector. It shouldn’t be any surprise, since Pitch was created as a tool for non-designers to build powerful and attractive pitch decks. The presentation software features a vast library of presentation templates and plenty of options for collaboration. Plus, Pitch’s customizable presentation styles allow users easily to stay on brand throughout their entire pitch decks. Plus, Pitch presentations can be integrated with Google Sheets, Google Analytics and other productivity programs.
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Best PowerPoint Alternatives in 2022
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Whatever the reason why you're looking for an alternative for PowerPoint may be, we're here to show you 7 great programs to use instead. Here's a quick overview - you'll find more detailed information below:
Slides is amazing! The software is extremely intuitive to use and while there are design pre-sets, it still allows artistic freedom and adjustments. You will be left with wonderful slide decks. There is a free version, and the basic plan for 5$ a month is totally affordable as well. Presenting offline is only possible in the Lite and Pro version.
Who is it for?
Slides is for everyone who wants professional looking slides while not giving up creating your own creative slide deck. Its easy interface makes it perfect for anyone who doesn't want to spend a lot of time learning to use a new program.
- intuitive and easy to use
- integration of code or math formulas
- directly insert images from Unsplash or GIFs from giphy
- design your own themes
- slide decks in the free version are publicly viewable and may include ads
Pricing and Features
Free, Lite and Pro Version for single users, Team Version; Click here to see details
beautiful.ai (as suggested in the name) is a presentation software that uses artificial intelligence to get the best possible slides. And the results are - well - beautiful. After a short tutorial and some time to get used to the program, playing around with slides, elements and texts and seeing how the AI assistant transforms them is actually a lot of fun! In the Pro version, there's a desktop player included. The free version is for online use only.
beautiful.ai might not be the easiest tool to use on this list, but it is definitely one of the most interesting ones! We recommend it to anyone who wants to try out something new and to people who are thrilled about AI and tech innovations.
- really fun to use and play around with
- design is always amazing due to AI
- beautiful templates
- lots of functions and slide pre-sets even in the free version
- Limit of 60 slides in the free version
- Logo branding in the free version
- takes a little time to get used to
There is a basic plan and a Pro plan. Click here to get more information .
3. SlideLizard LIVE
SlideLizard is a PowerPoint Add-on that extends its features and makes it so much better. You’ll get everything you’ve ever missed in PowerPoint in just one software – poll creation, a live Q&A feature, slide sharing, audience feedback and presentation analytics. You won’t need a PowerPoint alternative anymore – because PowerPoint will have everything you need.
Everyone who wants to engage their audience and improve their presentation skills – especially people who do presentations often.
- get anonymous Feedback easily
- create polls
- analyse your held presentations
- answer questions as they arrive
- seamless integration into PowerPoint
- PowerPoint is required
Free and PRO versions for single users, Enterprise and single event plan on request. Click here to see details .
4. Zoho Show
Zoho Show is a free tool for creating presentations. It resembles PowerPoint in use. Even though it's completely free, it contains lots of features and has everything you need to hold a basic presentation. Again, it is pretty easy to use. You do need an internet connection to create and present you presentation via Zoho Show, but it can be downloaded and opened in PowerPoint or as a PDF as well.
Since it is completely free, Zoho Show is especially perfect for students or anyone who doesn't want to spend money on a new presentation software. For free software, Zoho Show does a very good job.
- completely free
- similar to PowerPoint in function
- animation of objects and transitions
- easy to use
- collaborate with colleagues
- not that many templates available
- creating presentations may take a while
Zoho Show can be used for free with all features.
Canva offers lots of design templates and makes it possible to create visually stunning presentations within a short amount of time. It is not just a platform for creating presentations, but also for designing graphics for other purposes (eg. Social Media, Flyers,…) , so if you find also need to create content of that kind, Canva might be the perfect tool for you. You need an internet connection to create the slides, which you can download afterwards.
Canva is great for students, as the basic plan is free and completely sufficient for non-business purposes. It is great software for anyone who is looking for an easy and quick way to create professional-looking presentations and other types of content.
- huge selection of high-quality design templates
- choose from a variety of free and low-priced images, backgrounds and music
- slides can be downloaded and opened with PowerPoint
- limited storage space in basic plan
- no animation of objects (except for predefined illustrations)
There is a free basic plan, a Pro plan and an Enterprise plan for companies. Click here to see details .
Crello is similar to Canva. It is not only for creating presentations, but also Social Media posts, banners, prints and more. As for presentations, you can choose from a huge variety of templates. You basically only have to exchange the pictures and add text to finish your presentation. Internet connection is required.
Crello is the perfect tool for all designers, whether you're a beginner or already advanced. The free version offers a good deal of features, so it is definitely an option for people who do not want to spend money on software.
- lots of beautiful templates
- many features in the free version
- no animations
- no transitions
Crello offers a free basic plan and a pro plan. Click here to see details .
7. Haiku Deck
Haiku Deck is a well-known alternative for PowerPoint. People like it for its user-friendly interface and for how easily you can create amazing, professional presentations. An internet connection is required while creating, Pro users can download their slides for offline viewing.
Due to the fact that you basically have to pay in order to use Haiku Deck, it might not be the best option for everyone. Presenters who don’t mind spending some dollars per month for good presentation software are likely to be satisfied.
- professional and widely used software for creating presentations
- user-friendly with lots of options for editing
- no real free version (you can only have one deck in the free one and the features are very limited)
- no Pro trial without entering payment information
Haiku Deck offers a Pro and a Premium plan. Students, teachers and non-profit organizations only pay half the price. Click here for details .
...or stick with PowerPoint instead?
While playing around with tools and alternatives is without a doubt fun, we are still huge fans of PowerPoint. It is the all-time allrounder for presentations, works offline and has so much to offer! As with most of the presented software, you can download the created slides and open them in PowerPoint as well. For anything you might miss in PowerPoint, there's probably already a great Plugin to help you. Click here to see the 5 best PowerPoint Plugins in 2020 .
What is the best PowerPoint alternative?
Unfortunately there is not THE best alternative. It depends very much on your application, which alternative is best suited for you. Our blog entry gives a good overview which software fits for whom.
Are there free PowerPoint alternatives?
Yes, there are free alternatives. These are free, for example: Canva, beautiful.ai or Crello. Our blog gives a good overview of the respective prices and features.
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While PowerPoint is the market leader when it comes to presentation software, some people may be unwilling to subscribe to a Microsoft 365 subscription, especially if they don't expect to need to use it very often.
However, there are plenty of great alternatives to PowerPoint available for free that you can use. While these won't have the same advanced features as PowerPoint, they still offer a very competent platform to design most any presentation that you need.
To help you choose, we've listed below the best free presentation software currently available.
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Prezi turns the traditional approach to presentations on its head. Instead of creating slide after slide, this presentation software gives you a single giant canvas. You can add blocks of text or images, or even create miniature slides. During your presentation, you can seamlessly fly around the canvas and zoom in to look at individual chunks of content.
For how complex Prezi seems, it’s impressively simple to use the platform. The only major divergence from Microsoft PowerPoint is that you need to add animated paths from one part of the canvas to another. The tools for this are fairly straightforward, especially if you’ve ever used an animation or video editing software.
Of course, this type of presentation structure isn’t always ideal. Prezi makes it hard to visualize structured data like financials, which can make it difficult to use in business applications. Some viewers also might not appreciate the fly-around animation style that’s inherent to the presentation software.
Read our full Prezi review .
Canva is perfect for making speedy presentations right in your web browser. This software offers a handful of free layouts to help you get your slideshow started, and it’s easy to customize the templates to fit your needs. There isn’t a huge variety of content elements to add to your presentation, but Canva makes up for this with a searchable library of more than 1 million images you can use.
Your Canva presentations live online, which makes it extremely easy to collaborate. You can invite colleagues to edit your slideshow (although simultaneous editing is not supported) or seamlessly share your finished presentation. However, beware that Canva can’t import presentations from Microsoft Powerpoint or export finished work to a Powerpoint-editable format.
Read our full Canva review .
LibreOffice is a free alternative to Microsoft Office, and it includes a Powerpoint equivalent called Impress with nearly all of the same functionality. The only big difference you’ll find between the two slideshow creation tools is the LibreOffice lacks some modern features like built-in collaboration and integration with Microsoft OneDrive.
However, Impress does have a few advantages of its own. The software can import files from Keynote, the default presentation software on Mac computers. Plus, there are hundreds of free templates that you can download for free. Even better, there’s no limit on what fonts you can use with Impress, so it’s easy to change the look of your presentation from what Powerpoint typically allows.
On the whole, LibreOffice Impress is about as close as it gets to simply replicating Microsoft Powerpoint for free.
Read our full LibreOffice review .
4. Google Slides
Google Slides is part of Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), and it does a nice job of matching a number of PowerPoint’s capabilities. This free presentation software supports embedding videos, creating diagrams, and adding animations to your slides. While the selection of templates is somewhat limited, you can easily import hundreds of additional templates for free or create your own.
Even better, Google Slides supports the collaboration tools users have come to expect from Google. Multiple people can work on a slideshow simultaneously, and there’s a built-in group chat so you can keep track of what everyone is doing. It’s also nice that you can play your presentation in presenter mode, which allows you to preview how it will look to your audience and rehearse timing.
The only downside to Google Slides is that bloated slideshows can experience some loading delays. Also beware that while you can move between Slides and Powerpoint, the conversion often messes with the layout of your slides.
Read our full Google Slides review .
5. WPS Office Free
WPS Office Free is a Microsoft Office look-alike that fully support PowerPoint files without any layout issues during import. The WPS Presentation tool has all of the same capabilities of PowerPoint, including tons of animations, slide transitions, content effects, and video embedding. The selection of included presentation templates is also very impressive for a free software.
One of the best things about this presentation software is that the user interface will feel incredibly familiar if you’re coming from Microsoft. All of the tools are displayed in a top ribbon, with your slides shown on the left side of the screen for easy navigation. It’s simple to display your presentation right from WPS Presentation, which means there’s no unexpected troubleshooting when it’s time to show off your work.
There’s not much to dislike about WPS Presentation. However, keep in mind that the software is supported by ads. Some users find the ads annoying, but they’re not overly in the way.
Read our full WPS Office Free review .
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Which alternative to PowerPoint is best for you?
When deciding which alternative to PowerPoint to download and use, first consider what your actual needs are, as sometimes free platforms may only provide basic options, so if you need to use advanced tools you may find a paid platform is much more worthwhile. Additionally, free and budget software options can sometimes prove limited when it comes to the variety of tools available, while higher-end software can really cater for every need, so do ensure you have a good idea of which features you think you may require.
How we tested the best free presentation software
To test for the best free presentation software we first set up an account with the relevant software platform, whether as a download or as an online service. We then tested the service to see how the software could be used for different purposes and in different situations. The aim was to push each software platform to see how useful its basic tools were and also how easy it was to get to grips with any more advanced tools.
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7 Best Free PowerPoint Alternatives To Level Up Your Presentations
Google slides, libreoffice, propresenter, seven free powerpoint alternatives to help design engaging presentations..
Think of presentations and you think of Microsoft PowerPoint. An industry standard, PowerPoint is a long-standing tool that offers an easy-to-navigate interface to create impactful presentations for business meetings, sales pitches, and more.
However, despite being widely used, Microsoft PowerPoint might not be the most accessible tool, especially if you’re looking for free software. PowerPoint is part of the Microsoft Office suite and can only be accessed by purchasing the suite. Small businesses, especially sales and marketing companies, need software that helps design impactful presentation slides without draining their finances. That’s where free PowerPoint alternatives come to the rescue.
We asked users about the PowerPoint alternative they considered when looking for presentation software for their business. Here are the seven best PowerPoint alternatives (listed alphabetically) they identified.
See the full list of Microsoft Powerpoint alternatives.
1. Apache OpenOffice
Apache OpenOffice is an open-source software suite that offers a presentation tool to design multimedia slides.
The presentation software lets you add 2D and 3D clip art, special effects (such as slide transitions), and animation to your presentations. It offers a built-in template library with a range of templates to use in your slides.
Using the tool’s multi-monitor support, you can showcase additional material while presenting your main slides. You also get access to a drawing and diagramming toolkit to draw custom shapes to add to your presentations.
Apache OpenOffice offers chat and email support. It has a desktop application for Linux, Mac, and Windows users.
- Collaboration tools
- Data import/export
- Database creation
- Document generation
- Office suite
- Organizational charting
- Free Version
Creating a presentation in Apache OpenOffice
Here’s how Apache OpenOffice compares to PowerPoint
Both PowerPoint and Apache OpenOffice provide multiple slide views, such as the outline view and presenter view. However, Apache gives quick access to all its views from the main window, which PowerPoint doesn’t. Also, Apache OpenOffice has a better user interface and multiple hotkeys for quick access.
Platforms supported: Both PowerPoint and Apache OpenOffice are available as desktop applications for Mac and Windows. Apache OpenOffice is also available for Linux users.
Typical customers: Both tools are used by freelancers and small businesses. However, PowerPoint is also used by large enterprises.
Customer support: Both tools offer chat and email support.
Pricing: Apache OpenOffice is open source and free to use, whereas subscription for Microsoft 365 Personal Suite, containing PowerPoint, starts at $6.99 per user per month.
Canva is a design and presentation app that helps create infographics, logos, banners, and full-fledged presentation slides for team and client meetings.
The software offers a library of presentation templates you can access to add pre-built videos, logos, and graphics to your presentations. Additionally, Canva lets you collaborate with teammates by sharing access to the content dashboard.
You can add animation to your slides, customize the color scheme, and remove the background from images using the background remover tool. You can also use the version history to revert to a previous design instead of undoing all changes.
Canva offers chat and email support. It is web-based and also has applications for desktop and mobile (iOS and Android) devices.
- Access controls/permissions
- Artwork management
- Asset categorization
- Asset library
- Asset sharing
Design catalog in Canva
Here’s how Canva compares to PowerPoint
Canva offers a variety of pre-built templates and font types compared to PowerPoint and is easier to navigate for first-time users. It also integrates with third-party social media platforms, making it easy for you to share graphics and presentations directly to an audience.
Platforms supported: You can download both tools as desktop applications. However, Canva also provides a web-based version and has a mobile app for Android and iOS devices.
Typical customers: Both tools are used by freelancers, small to midsize businesses, and large enterprises.
Customer support: Both Canva and PowerPoint offer chat and email support.
Pricing: Pricing for PowerPoint starts at $6.99 per user per month, while Canva’s paid plans start at $12.99 per user per month.
3. Google Slides
Google Slides is a presentation tool that is part of the Google Workspace suite. The software lets you create and sync slides, share them with your teammates, use comments, and assign action items to build presentations together.
With Google Slides, you get an easy-to-use presenter view for presenting slides during meetings, referencing speaker notes, showcasing text to viewers, and accessing live captions for audio content. You can integrate the software with third-party video calling platforms to present slides during online conferences.
Features such as smart compose and autocorrect help eliminate spelling and formatting errors automatically from your slides. An offline mode helps you work on your slides without an internet connection.
- Audio file management
- Customizable templates
- Offline editing
Creating a presentation in Google Slides
Here’s how Google Slides compares to PowerPoint
Google Slides is an online tool and doesn’t require any software installation, whereas PowerPoint is more suited to offline work and comes as a desktop app that needs to be installed. Also, Google Slides is cloud based, and it offers better collaboration and is suitable for teams with many people.
Platforms supported: Google Slides is web-based, while PowerPoint is a desktop application.
Typical customers: Both tools are used by freelancers, small businesses, and large enterprises
Customer support: Both Google Slides and PowerPoint offer chat and email support.
Pricing: Google Slides is free to use. However, you can buy the Google Workspace Suite, which provides additional tools and more storage space, at $6 per user per month. The cost for PowerPoint starts at $6.99 per user per month.
LibreOffice is an open-source suite designed to create, manage, edit, and modify documents, spreadsheets, and presentation slides.
The software offers multiple editing and viewing modes for editing, outlining, and organizing text and images in slides. It lets you edit and manage notes that appear on individual slides. It also provides a slide sorter to locate and sort presentation slides.
With LibreOffice, you can manually navigate the slides during presentations or schedule their transition using a built-in timer.
- Document classification
- File conversion
- File sharing
- Full text search
Adding graphics in LibreOffice
Here’s how LibreOffice compares to PowerPoint
LibreOffice is an open-source solution, so it’s free to use. PowerPoint, on the other hand, needs a paid subscription. Also, LibreOffice works better for Linux users, as PowerPoint is unavailable for Linux. Additionally, you can customize LibreOffice by accessing its source code.
Platforms supported: PowerPoint is available for Mac and Windows, while LibreOffice is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Typical customers: Both software tools are used by freelancers and small businesses. However, large enterprises tend to use PowerPoint as well.
Customer support: Both PowerPoint and LibreOffice offer chat and email support.
Pricing: LibreOffice is free to use, while subscription for PowerPoint starts at $6.99 per user per month.
Prezi is a presentation software tool designed for freelancers and small businesses. It helps create video presentations for business meetings and client pitches.
With Prezi, you get a canvas to build slides and add data to your presentations. Its Smart Structure feature helps arrange content within slides using a simple drag-and-drop option, without disrupting your layout. Another feature called Zoom Reveal lets you zoom in and focus on slides to look at critical details and change minute aspects of your presentation.
The software offers a built-in video tool that allows you to appear alongside your content while presenting slides during remote meetings or presentations.
- Media library
Adding animations in Prezi
Here's how Prezi compares to PowerPoint
Prezi offers a better interface than PowerPoint and provides a zoom-in feature to oversee crucial details in slides. It is easier to use and integrates with third-party social media and video-calling platforms to share assets easily.
Platforms supported: PowerPoint is available for Mac and Windows, while Prezi is web-based.
Customer support: PowerPoint offers chat and email support, while Prezi provides chat, email, and phone support.
Pricing: Subscription for PowerPoint starts at $6.99 per user per month. For Prezi, paid plans start at $12 per user per month.
ProPresenter is a presentation tool for live events. It helps present slides to live audiences during sporting events, conferences, trade shows, and worship gatherings.
ProPresenter helps display lyrics, slides, and high-quality media. It provides transitions and onscreen rolling announcements for slides. It also lets you present your slides on multiple screens, each showcasing a different type of content. You can use the preview window to monitor all your screens.
The tool’s built-in library allows you to save all your presentation content. You can also automatically change the text color in a presentation slide at different time intervals.
- Chord chart management
- Drag & drop
- Event management
- For religious organizations
- Layout & design
Slides in ProPresenter
Here’s how ProPresenter compares to PowerPoint
Both PowerPoint and ProPresenter are presentation tools, but ProPresenter lets you live stream your presentations and add announcement layers and timers with action triggers. Also, the software is more suited for live events and gatherings.
Platforms supported: PowerPoint is available on Windows and Mac, while ProPresenter is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. ProPresenter also has a mobile app for Android and iOS devices.
Typical customers: Both tools are used by freelancers, small businesses, and large enterprises.
Customer support: Both PowerPoint and ProPresenter offer chat and email support.
Pricing: PowerPoint starts at $6.99 per user per month, while you can rent ProPresenter for $99 per user per month.
Visme is a design and presentation tool that helps create graphics and presentation slides.
The software offers multiple pre-built templates to create slides for your presentations. It also lets you import your designs on the platform and use them for your slides.
With a drag-and-drop editor, you can arrange the layout and structure of your slides according to your preference. You can import a PowerPoint presentation and edit it in Visme. You can also record audio and video files with a built-in recorder and add them to your presentations.
Template library in Visme
Here’s how Visme compares to PowerPoint
PowerPoint is a stand-alone presentation tool. Visme, on the other hand, also lets you create graphics and infographics on its platform. The software offers analytics for graphics and presentations that you share publicly and assess engagement for your assets.
Platforms supported: PowerPoint is available on Windows and Mac as a desktop app. Visme, on the other hand, is a web-based tool.
Customer support: PowerPoint offers chat and email support. Visme offers phone, chat, and email support.
Pricing: Subscription for PowerPoint starts at $6.99 per user per month, whereas paid plans for Visme begin at $15 per user per month.
Look at all options before finalizing the best PowerPoint alternative
Despite its popularity, Microsoft PowerPoint may not always be the right choice if presentations are crucial for your business. You can, instead, choose the various software options discussed in this article.
If you want a completely free and customizable tool , select either Apache OpenOffice or OpenLibre. You can access the source code of these tools to customize their functionality per your preference.
If you create a lot of posters, designs, and infographics , Visme and Canva are good options, as both help create such assets and include them in presentations.
If real-time collaboration is crucial for your business , then Google Slides is worth a shot, as it provides collaboration for small and large teams alike.
If you want to do video presentations and feature them during remote meetings , Prezi, with its built-in video presentation functionality, is an ideal solution.
If your work involves live audiences and large gatherings , ProPresenter might be an ideal tool, as it helps stream presentations to larger groups and is more suited for outdoor events.
How did we choose these products? We didn’t—you did
At Capterra, we objectively select and rank products based on a methodology developed by our research team. Some vendors pay us when they receive web traffic, but this has no influence on our methodology.
Products featured in this article were identified in user reviews as the other products considered by buyers at the same time as PowerPoint. In this article, we highlighted the products with the highest number of other products considered mentions.
To be included in this list, alternative products had to provide the following core presentation software features: animations, transitions, media library.
Disclaimer: We conducted this analysis based on reviews and ratings data as of Jan. 24, 2022. In order to present the most up-to-date information, the product cards below show real-time ratings. Please note that this means the ratings’ value in the product card may not reflect the value of the ratings at the time of analysis.
Product research for this article was contributed by Himanshi Arora.
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The Best PowerPoint Alternatives in 2022
PowerPoint is the most universal presentation program. Whether used by businessmen or teachers, it’s used by over 500 million people worldwide. Unfortunately, PowerPoint has become uninspiring to its users because of its limitations with design assets and animation.
That being said, users want to be able to produce a quick, easy, and enticing presentation that deviates from basic PowerPoint decks. In this article, we’ll explore the best PowerPoint alternatives in 2022 that will allow you to impress your audience and stand out from the crowd!
What makes a good presentation software?
When choosing the perfect presentation platform to use, here are some key elements that you should be looking for:
- Affordability: The top consideration when choosing a software is finding a platform that won’t break the bank. Creating engaging presentations doesn’t have to be expensive.
- Pre-made templates: The best presentation makers will offer professional, attractive, and easy-to-use templates that will result in multiple presentation styles that are ready to share in no time.
- Customization options: Templates are a great start, but the best presentation makers allow you to customize anything you want, offering the flexibility that you should have when creating presentations.
Leading PowerPoint Alternatives
Are you ready to get to work with these incredible PowerPoint alternatives? These presentation makers will change the way you create and deliver your presentations.
01 | Powtoon
Used by over 30M people worldwide, Powtoon is the leading PowerPoint alternative presentation platform because of its ability to create engaging and interactive video presentations. Creating video presentations empowers individuals, teams, and enterprises to transform information into powerful presentations with a professional look & feel. Powtoon’s online presentation software makes presentations easy to create, simple to manage, and quick to distribute. With 100s of templates, characters, stock footage & images, easily create in every style – animation, whiteboard, infographics, screen recordings, and beyond!
- Select from hundreds of presentation templates in every style
- An easy-to-use platform that guides you with the correct tools needed to fulfill your vision
- Fully customizable templates with millions of royalty-free footage, images, music, animated characters, custom branding, fonts, colors, and your own logo
- A vast library of animation to spice up an average presentation into an impressive one
- The ability to create a presentation in minutes with it looking professional, sleek, and unique
- Comes with more tools: video maker, GIF maker, screen recording tool, and more!
Powtoon offers free memberships for personal use, plus premium subscriptions with monthly and annual plans.
Ready to start creating? Sign up for free to start producing amazing presentations without any prior experience or skills needed.
Are you tired of the plain linear presentation? With Prezi’s PowerPoint alternative, the unconventional presentation software allows you to create moving, zooming presentations that won’t leave you bored or restricted. This allows the user to focus on topics and subtopics that can be arranged in a way they want. Thus, making presentations flow in a natural, conversational way.
- Fully editable templates allowing for full customization
- An unconventional in-motion presentation style, allowing you to be bold
- The platform comes with two other apps: Prezi Design and Prezi Video
Prezi offers a free 14-day trial and a free plan which includes up to 5 visual projects. The paid plan starts at $5/month.
Canva offers a highly functioning presentation maker with a collection of creative templates to choose from. The majority of templates are free to every user and are tailor designed for education or business purposes.
- The editor interface allows for a smooth scroll that doesn’t jump around
- A handful of preset animations to add movement to your presentation
- A large library of audio and video files to choose from
Canva offers a free plan, while the Pro version starts at $9/month and includes additional features like Brand Kit and custom design templates.
04 | Beautiful.ai
Beautiful.ai uses artificial intelligence to create unique presentations and allows it to lead the way. When using this PowerPoint alternative, there is no stress or fiddling with slide layouts or transitions – the platform’s technology takes care of that. Beautiful.ai offers the perfect balance between automation and customization.
- More than 40 fully designed templates
- 23 different color palettes to choose from
- Automatically organizes the structure of any presentation
Beautiful.ai’s free plan provides unlimited slides, 60+ “smart slide” templates, and collaboration features. The paid plan starts at $12/month and includes secure sharing and revision history.
05 | Google Slides
Google Slides is the perfect PowerPoint alternative for anyone looking for a simple space to create traditional presentations. This presentation software boasts efficiency as one of its biggest benefits with their great collaboration features. All users need to do is share the link to their presentation and they can receive feedback and comments in no time.
Google Slides Highlights:
- Collaboration features allows for strong communication between teams
- Changes made on the presentation can be tracked, along with any feedback
- Amazing Q&A tool to make presentations more interactive
- Tons of pre-designed themes
Google Slides is free to all users for personal use, or can be accessed with a Google Workspace account for business use.
06 | Slidebean
Slidebean is a PowerPoint alternative software known for its ready-to-use templates that have been recreated from big name start-up companies. This is a great presentation platform to use if you do not have time to design your own slides.
- Ready-to-use presentation templates for all different purposes
- Access to thousands of icons
- Browse curated color palettes
- Share and collaborate with others
Slidebean’s paid plan is $96/year per user.
07 | Zoho Show
Zoho is a PowerPoint alternative that provides users with conventional presentation tools similar to PowerPoint’s. However, Zoho differentiates itself with eye-catching animation and slide transitions. The features are more standard than the other companies listed above, but it’s worthy to note that the software makes it very easy to create your own presentation.
Zoho Show Highlights:
- Broadcast your presentation from any device
- Collaborative tools for team editing
- Ability to embed live tweets, Youtube videos, and Flikr images
Zoho Show’s paid plan from the Workplace Bundle starts at $4/month per user.
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12 Best Microsoft PowerPoint Alternatives You Can Use
Best Microsoft PowerPoint Alternatives (Updated July 2020)
- LibreOffice Impress
- Google Slides
Which Presentation App is Better for You?
- A beautifully-designed template that can invite attention and engage the audience
- Well-organized layout
- And more significantly, seamless presentation of ideas
As to which presentation apps like Microsoft PowerPoint can suit your needs better. Be sure of what you need: full customization, a wide range of pro tools, seamless collaboration, or a simplified experience . Keeping in mind various demands, I have chosen the best alternatives to PowerPoint.
List of Top Alternatives to Microsoft PowerPoint
On the collaboration front, it’s also equally effective, allowing you to work seamlessly with your team. And with the desktop app, you can work on your presentation even offline . As far as analytics is concerned, Prezi is highly efficient, enabling you to track viewers and have better insight so that you will be able to target the follow-up with clarity. Price-wise, Prezi is slightly cheaper than PowerPoint as it starts at just $5/month (for personal use).
- Analytics for your online presentations
- Super handy smart branding feature
- Great collection of templates
- Reuse a presentation
- Importing files feel a bit slow
2. LibreOffice Impress
Another feature that makes Impress a worthy rival of PowerPoint is an elegant Slide Show mode that enables you to control how your slides are shown and sequenced. Long story short, it’s got most bases covered to be a notable replacement for PowerPoint. And that too without costing you a single penny.
- Free and open-source
- Multiple different view modes
- Features a range of drawing and diagramming tools
- Option to stunning 2D and 3D images from text
- The UI looks a bit dull
- Comparatively, fewer tools than PowerPoint
- Best for creative users
- Impressive Typography
- Available on Web; Cross-platform
- Third-party tools integration
- Supports collaboration
- No offline support
4. Zoho Show
If PowerPoint boasts a solid assortment of templates , Show doesn’t look behind in the match up either. So, no what matter your requirement is, chances are high that you will always have a template that can give the right shape and appearance to your ideas.
- Offers a competent free version
- A solid assortment of templates
- Works reliably in importing PowerPoint files
- Maintains formatting accuracy
- At times, file size restriction could become a roadblock for efficient performance.
5. Haiku Deck
- Feature-packed yet easy-to-handle presentation software
- A wide range of templates
- Over 40 million creative images
- It’s priced same as Microsoft PowerPoint (Even offers higher pricing tier options)
Platform Availability: iOS and web
6. Google Slides
- A large collection of predefined templates
- A good roster of transitions
- More efficient collaboration
- A few transitions don’t work effectively
Platform Availability: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Chrome OS
Unlike PowerPoint, Visme has a clutter-free interface so that creating a top-quality presentation remains hassle-free. Depending on your need, you can audio, video, charts, maps, and even links to make your creations look more engaging. Talking about privacy control , it offers multiple options so that you can choose to make your presentation public and fully indexable by a search engine or safeguard it using a password.
- A massive collection of pro tools
- Tons of beautiful images, icons, and fonts to experiment
- Privacy control
- Handling multi-media is slightly inconvenient
Pricing: Free, $14/month
Being fully integrated with collaboration platforms including mail, CRM, projects, and calendar, OnlyOffice keeps the entire team in sync and enables them to work on the presentation with clarity. Though it lacks a plethora of templates that PowerPoint boasts, it has enough pre-defined templates to meet most demand. In terms of customization tools, I think it excels in most aspects and easily leaves its famous counterpart behind.
- Simplified experience
- Open-source presentation software
- Integrated with collaboration platforms
Platform Availability: Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS
- Impressive animations
- Only 30 Apple-designed themes
- One of the best collaboration experience
- Doesn’t offer the app for Windows and Android
Platform Availability: iOS, macOS, and web
For the folks who use attractive images in their presentation, they would really appreciate the library of millions of images . And with photo filters at the beck and call, you can instantly transform the look of your pics. Besides, it also got some cool editing tools to give photographs of some adorable personal touch.
- A plethora of background images, eye-grabbing templates, and filters
- Library of millions of images
- Cool editing tools
- Takes time to get a full hang of the software
Pricing: Free, $12.95/month
SlideDog keeps all the elements in their original formats so that they can achieve the expected result. With the live sharing feature, you can easily broadcast your presentation on your channel. All the participants will receive a link and with just a click/tap, they will start watching the presentation.
- Creating powerful multimedia presentations
- Effectively combine Prezis, PDFs, PowerPoints
- Keeps all the elements in their original formats
- Feels sluggish at times
- The pro version doesn’t offer a compelling price-to-value proposition
Pricing: Free, $99/year
12. WPS Office Free
WPS Office has got more than decent formatting tools that include font styles, colors, shapes and more. Thus, giving a suitable appearance to your presentation won’t be a big ask. If you want to go for a bit more customization, over 230 fonts and text effects would come into play really.
- Fully compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint
- Supports both PPT and PPTX files
- Over 230 fonts and text effects
- Lacks the versatility of PowerPoint
- The interface should be better
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. which powerpoint alternative is best for your small business, q. what can i use instead of powerpoint, q. is there a better presentation software than powerpoint, q. is prezi better than powerpoint.
While Prezi surely has got new looks and great animations, it’s a tad bit harder to design presentations on Prezi than PowerPoint. In addition, Prezi’s formatting options are really messy, but your experience may vary. I would recommend you to try out Prezi and see if it works for you.
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8 Best Free Microsoft PowerPoint Alternatives 2023
Much of the blame for organisations and individuals looking for PPT alternatives rests with Powerpoint itself.
For starters, the interface of Powerpoint is too groggy and weak, which sometimes makes it difficult for the users to present their complex ideas through it.
Powerpoint provides numerous feature templates, animations and sound effects, which makes it too difficult to choose the best among them at times. This also contributes to the main message of the presentation getting lost.
Criteria For Selecting Free Microsoft Powerpoint Alternatives
We have listed a few characteristics to look for while choosing the best among PowerPoint alternatives.
- Templates: Powerpoint alternatives should have in-built templates for easy presentation designing especially when you are running short on time.
- Media compatibility: Software like Powerpoint should support insertion of video clips, GIFs and images within your presentation.
- Graphical components: Any alternative to PPT must have different graphical elements such as charts and animations which you can quickly use to make your slides more interactive.
- Collaboration: When globally a majority of the workforce is working from home, it becomes imperative that alternatives to MS Powerpoint presentations provide the option of remotely collaborating with team members on a particular slide.
List of 8 Best Free Microsoft PowerPoint Alternatives
We have compiled a list of eight alternative software that are similar to MS Powerpoint. These free Microsoft Powerpoint alternatives can take care of all your professional and personal needs.
Platform Supported: Web
Slidebean as an alternative to MS Powerpoint is available for free. Powered by AI algorithms, it tries out different orientations and then selects the best one out of them. The software provides readymade templates which can be utilized by startups, businesses, academicians and more.
Features of Slidebean Presentation Tool
- Slidebean offers an outline feature that allows you to use the external structure of a template and enables you to easily replace its content with your own.
- All slides offered by this tool automatically re-adjust to the size of your input text.
- It allows you to apply your own brand image to different slides.
- Slidebean lets you design powerful pitch desks and even provides the assistance of experts for designing such pitch desks for investors.
Slidebean Pricing: Slidebean offers a free version. The price of the paid plan starts from ₹885.25 per month.
Platforms Support: iOS and macOS
FlowVella is a cloud-based online Powerpoint alternative. It offers an advanced video attaching functionality which makes it easy to embed YouTube videos and even play them offline.
FlowVella also offers a Kiosk mode which is useful for showcasing your presentations at trade events and meets. When your presentation is running in Kiosk mode, viewers can’t make changes in it or close it.
Features of FlowVella Presentation Software
- FlowVella provides the feature of embedding pdf files into your slides. You also have the option of sending pdf files through email from within the software itself.
- It lets you easily add source-links to the information present within your slides.
- All your documents created using the software have a unique link which can be shared. You also have the option of making your files public or private.
- This software allows you to insert images and GIFs and lets you even edit them.
FlowVella Pricing: FlowVella powerpoint alternative also comes in a free version. The price of the paid plan starts from ₹737.71 per month.
Platform Support: Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Web
Prezi Software is one of the popular creative free alternatives to MS Powerpoint presentations, as it allows you to go live to present your slides or record them for sharing with others later on. Prezi also comes in a free downloadable version that can be used by businesses, students, teachers etc.
Features of Prezi Software
- Prezi’s open canvas feature lets you monitor your slides during different stages of development.
- The software makes use of a drag and drop method for adding content on your slides.
- With the zoom reveal feature, you can focus on the minutest details of your slides.
- It offers an advanced search option where you can easily look for specific material throughout your presentation.
- You can appear on screen while remotely presenting in front of a classroom or office meeting.
Prezi Pricing: Prezi is a Microsoft powerpoint alternative free software offers the limited number of features. The price of the paid version starts from ₹221.31 per month.
Platforms Supported: Android, iOS, macOS, Windows
Zoho Show presentation program lets you collaborate with your team members and create powerful, intuitive slides. The software helps you keep your slides as clutter free as possible. This free Microsoft PowerPoint alternative also offers a wide range of themes and fonts to quickly create presentations.
Features of Zoho Show
- Zoho Show tool allows you to add videos, images and even tweets to your slides.
- The software lets you easily import your Powerpoint presentations and lets you even edit them online.
- Zoho Show lets you highlight important text by adding strokes or filling important info with color.
- This tool provides a great deal of flexibility when it comes to designing shapes. You can easily design shapes other than the basic ones.
- When using images in your slides, you have the option of editing, cropping and enhancing them.
Price of Zoho Show Presentation Software: Zoho Show can be used free of cost for personal use. For business use, it comes as a part of Zoho Suite and its price starts from ₹368.85 per month.
Supported Platforms: Web
Ludus PPT alternative supports real time collaboration between team members on a presentation. Ludus lets you create such workflows in which you can add common shared channels. Moreover, this software allows users to easily add images, GIFs and videos to their slides.
Features of Ludus Microsoft Powerpoint Alternative
- With Ludus, you can convert your most used components in the form of re-usable blocks.
- The software lets you import content from third party applications such as a Google Drive and Dropbox.
- With the feature of Ludus Vox, you can appear while presenting your slide.
- Once your presentation is ready, the software enables you to share it with others in the form of an URL.
Price of Ludus: The price of Ludus software depends on the team size. For a small team, the price is pegged at ₹1105.82 per month.
In addition to presentations, Visme software like Powerpoint allows you to collaborate with your teammates on infographics and offers you a number of editable templates for creation of interactive content. Not only this, it has an in-built editor that houses several stock images and icons which can be inserted in slides.
- Visme helps you to create insightful slides with the help of detailed charts and other such widgets.
- Visme provides the possibility of importing data directly from third party applications onto your own dashboard.
- You have the option of using preset audio and video files offered by the software, or you can also add your own.
- In addition to the images and videos, you can also upload polls, forms, tweets, surveys and much more.
- Visme makes use of drag and drop functionality for easy customization of different components.
Visme Pricing: Visme offers a free version for use. The price of the paid version starts from ₹1106.56 per month.
Platform Supported: iOS, macOS
Just like MS Powerpoint, Keynote Software is present on most Apple devices. Supported by mac, this Powerpoint alternative can be used to create intuitive and engaging slides, and is also compatible with Apple pencil.
This presentation software also supports real-time collaboration between your teammates working on other Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, Apple desktops and so on.
Features of Keynote Software
- With its rehearse mode, you can visualize how different effects, animations and charts are looking on your current as well as the next slide.
- Keynote software features more than 30 themes for imparting a professional look on your presentations.
- You have the option of customizing the background images, one slide, or all the slides.
- Keynote is known for building beautiful projects as it lets you add high-quality photos, textures, and even color gradients.
Keynote Pricing: Keynote can be downloaded free of cost from Apple store.
Platforms Supported : iOS, web, Android
Google Slides Powerpoint alternative free version comes with numerous in-built templates and themes for quick development of presentations. Google Slides also allows you to embed different types of media files that include images, videos, and even animations.
Features of Google Slides
- Google Slide can be accessed from different devices such as laptop, mobile, desktop etc.
- The software lets you access your work even if you are not connected to a network.
- You don’t have to manually save each change as the software automatically saves your document. You can even access revision history and see who made changes and when.
- The software provides great compatibility with Powerpoint and you can easily import slides made in Powerpoint to Google Slides.
- It supports third-party applications such as Chromecast, AirPlay and Hangouts.
Google Slides Pricing : Google Slides is available for free for personal use. The price of the business plan starts from ₹125 per user per month.
Our Final Take
It is the perfect time to use the best Powerpoint alternatives as they not only have beautiful preset templates for quick formulation of presentations, they also help in collaborating with team mates remotely .
Microsoft Powerpoint alternatives that come with free options are suitable for individuals and small entities who may not be able to afford the cost of Microsoft suite.
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Why talk about PowerPoint online alternatives? There is a big number of occasions calling you to put your great ideas into a memorable presentation. You want to make it perfect, unique and crafted with a beautiful yet clean design.
That’s normal as PowerPoint has gone a long way in professional settings for more than a decade.
On one hand, it’s standard, it’s easy to use and it’s an undeniable classic. On the other, it has a linear nature that forces the speaker to reduce complex subjects into simple bullets. It’s also quite pricey and conventional.
In that case, you might be looking for more affordable, different and easy to use PowerPoint online alternatives.
There is a lot of presentation software for you to choose from.
According to your needs, some apps offer real-time collaboration, non-linear style, mobile editing, auto slides, beautiful templates, live-sharing and much more. Just think of the goals your presentation needs to achieve and let’s begin.
We selected the 10 best PowerPoint Online alternatives and software to aid your presentation crafting (as well as some honorable mentions).
10. libreoffice impress .
Same as LibreOffice is the free and high-quality answer to Microsoft Office, LibreOffice Impress is respectively the PowerPoint alternative presentation software. The program even looks similar in terms of interface, tools, and functionality and supports all PowerPoint formats. As we already established, Impress might be the ultimate alternative if you need a similar tool for slideshows and presentations.
- Price : Free
- very similar to PowerPoint
- free software
- easy-to-use drawing and diagramming tools
- 2D and 3D images from text
- supports multiple monitors
- only 10 template presentation backgrounds
- inability to auto-advance existing .pptx files
- lack of new creative designs
- Ideal for: students, education purposes, personal use
For all Apple users there, Keynote is the best PowerPoint alternative. It exists as stand- alone product as well as a part of the full iWork set. It’s incredibly easy to learn and navigate and it offers numerous beautiful templates to incorporate into your presentations without putting much effort.
- Price : $19.99 or free with new Macs
- PowerPoint compatible allows the same features
- easy to learn and use, simplistic menus
- user- friendly sophisticated interface
- allows the creation of interactive animated charts
- more than 30 cinematic effects for objects
- can be accessed and edited on mobile devices
- free with new Macs
- allows to project the presentation via video out
- only available for Macs
- no slide library
- Ideal for: Mac users, companies, personal use
This alternative is directed towards the most creative presenters who want to fully customize their own slide themes. The web designers would love this one. Using a handful of fonts, shapes transition animation, and modern color sets, you can craft your own unique designs and if you want to go even further, the presentation software includes pro plan for custom CSS and HTML.
- Price : $7/month Lite, $14/month Pro(25% annual discount)
- user friendly
- access to revision history
- displaying math formulas
- editable HTML
- includes tutorial
- full editing capability
- cloud- based
- only linear style presentations
- limited templates
- Ideal for: students, educational purposes, designers, personal use
Similar to what you get with Haiku Deck and its AI tool, Slidebean is another PowerPoint alternative which grants you an automatization in terms of design. If you don’t have the time, Slidebean will create and design the slides itself allowing you to concentrate solely on the presentation content. Although it doesn’t offer much functionality, it’s quick to craft your presentation and it sports plenty of templates to suit your project.
- Price : Free, $29/month All-Features
- access to icons and gallery within the software
- chat feature
- allows access to viewers’ actions
- easy to use
- automatic slide-creation
- no animation
- very limited customization
- Ideal for: students, educational purposes, designers, personal use
6. Google Slides
The Google cloud-based presentation tool is quick to access in your personal Google account. Highly collaborative as every other Google tool, Slides offers real-time edits, a built-in IM function for chatting during group projects, and full access to all revisions made by your team members. The software is free and comes with mobile apps for your Android or iOS device. All you need is an Internet connection.
- Price : Free. Extra storage from $1.99/month for 100GB
- compatible with PowerPoint
- real- time collaboration
- beginner- friendly
- not suitable for heavily animated presentations
- requires Google account
- Ideal for: students, educational purposes, companies, personal use
5. Haiku Deck
The mobile alternative to PowerPoint has gained lots of popularity thanks to its strong visuals and elegant looks. The cloud-based presentation software comes with over 40 million stock photos and its signature artificial intelligence tool which has the ability to build the slides and choose images for you. The so-called Haiku Deck Zuru AI saves time and it’s perfect if you have to craft a last-minute presentation.
- Price : $19.99/month Pro, $29.99/month Premium
- over 40 million stock photos
- artificial intelligence tool to save time
- no offline work
- made mainly for image-based slide decks
- Ideal for: students, education purposes, traveling salesmen
4. Zoho Show
Another popular PowerPoint alternative is Zoho Show. As a part of the suite of the operating system for business Zoho, this presentation software helps you make and access your projects from any device connected to the Internet. Its functions vary from designing great-looking presentations, to document managing, collaboration, and sharing. The best part is the broadcast feature that allows you to remotely show your presentations live on the web.
- Price : Free; extra storage and features from $5/month
- appealing visuals
- embed YouTube videos and live tweets
- broadcast feature
- collaborative tools
- supports multiple types of files
- most similar to PowerPoint
- comes with a free- option
- no distorted and misaligned images
- limited animations or transitions to choose from
- Ideal for: students, companies, personal use
Slidedog is the most alternative of the PowerPoint Online alternatives. It’s the most untraditional presentation software out there as it serves the role of a multimedia playlist allowing you to move around and play all kinds of media files and documents seamlessly. The software gives you the position of a DJ switching smoothly and easily from slide decks to a website, from a video to a document in the middle of your presentation as you please.
- Price : Free, $19.99/month, $99.99/year (with 20% renewal discount), $299.99 one-off purchase
- multimedia presentation tool combining slide decks, presentations, videos, PDFs and etc
- real-time share
- features a companion remote mobile device app
- allows remote control from a smartphone, tablet, and PC
- featured live chat
- live polls during the presentation
- smooth transitions
- can’t design slide content
- can’t create a presentation from scratch
- Ideal for: education purposes, personal use, and presenters who need multiple media formats
In case standard linear slideshows aren’t enough and you wish for a more vibrant story-based presentation, then PowToon is definitely the best PowerPoint Online alternative for you. The platform offers characters and cartoons to choose from, as well as cleverly made animation and transitions that would turn any presentation into a colorful animated video.
- Price : F ree, $89/month (or $228/year) Pro, $197/month (or $828/year) Pro+
- rich gallery
- relatively easy to use, there are many tutorial videos
- supports rich text editing
- adds a watermark to all presentations
- no autosave
- many tools and options are only available in the upgraded subscription version
- inability to save an offline version of your work
- no live collaboration
- can’t open other presentation programs file formats
- Ideal for: youtube info videos, personal projects, students, and educational purposes.
There are incredible options for presentation software out there and they are surely not limited to 10 only. This is why we’d like to add a few more suggestions for you to consider.
Starting at $12.25 a month per user, this alternative presentation software is actually a gulp of fresh air from the familiar PowerPoint themes. With its drag and drop style and beautiful infographics, Visme will help you craft a compelling presentation with great visuals. Similar to Haiku Deck, it offers millions of free images and lots of tweaks for the sake of creating virtually any visual content. Unfortunately, it’s not compatible with PowerPoint file formats.
Qwilr is a great option if you want an easy-to-use tool capable of producing professional-looking proposals. It includes features such as allowing you to embed spreadsheets, videos, and SlideShare presentations. As well as sending you notifications when your client views the proposal – and even allowing them to accept the job with just 1 click. Prices run at $35 per month for a Business account and $590 for an Enterprise account. But you can give it a test run by signing up for a 14-day free trial.
Another presentation software that uses HTML5, Emaze is designed to also make video presentations within minutes. It’s strongly template-driven, but this will only allow you to focus more on your content.
Prezi is perhaps the most popular amongst the PowerPoint Online alternatives out there. With its good-looking user interface, Prezi will help you create amazing visuals for your project. The tool focuses mainly on the graphics, motions, and transition animations that will easily captivate your audience’s attention. Whether its rich motion animations are too overwhelming or not, it’s a matter of personal preference.
- Price : Limited Free version, $5/month Standard, $15/month Plus, $59/month Premium (all plans are billed annually).
- non-linear presentations
- user-friendly interface
- appealing visual cinematics
- compatible with multiple devices
- easy to learn and use
- can work offline ( offline feature requires downloading the software)
- good for teamwork and collaborations
- dynamic visuals
- limited customization, hard to repurpose
- too much motion can cause motion sickness in some cases
- Ideal for: education purposes, companies, personal use
Depending on which direction you wanna go with your presentation, each of the above PowerPoint alternatives offers something different and unique. They are easy to use and predispose your creativity in the process. With the usage of different templates, numerous stock images, beautiful graphics, and animations, you can make your projects captivating and memorable.
In conclusion, the key to a great presentation is always the visuals. The powerful graphics are vital for good design and visualizing ideas.
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7 Best PowerPoint Alternatives to Create Awesome Presentations
Are you looking for the best PowerPoint alternatives to create amazingly dazzling presentations?
Well, you’ve come to the right spot! We’ve jotted down a list of some fantastic platforms to create the best presentations.
Microsoft PowerPoint has been the “it” for creating simple presentations for many years now. It is popular among people because of its classic and simple design . However, it’s not the only tool to create presentations anymore. There are a lot of best PowerPoint alternatives to using now.
These alternatives are easy to use and encompass many variant features to create engaging, distinguished, and effective presentations.
Thus, in this blog, we’ve reviewed the 7 best PowerPoint alternatives for you to pick from.
Features missing in Microsoft PowerPoint
Some of the key features missing in Microsoft PowerPoint are:
- The usage of keyboard features is limited. Some commands can’t be used.
- It doesn’t have an auto-save part.
- Real-time collaboration isn’t available.
- Some features are limited to the desktop version only.
- Fonts, templates, and layouts are limited.
- No animation slide triggers are known.
Thus, many other platforms were created to fill this gap and inculcated many new features.
7 Best PowerPoint Alternatives to Create Awesome Presentations
Here goes the list of the top 7 Microsoft PowerPoint alternatives
1. Google Slides
Google Slides is the best PowerPoint alternative with a variety of distinguishing features. You need a Google account, and you’re all set to use this platform without any hassle. Moreover, it also helps increase collaboration with your team by letting you chat, comment, and edit your work in real-time.
The best part of Google Slides is the unique URL that allows your audience to ask you questions while you make your presentation.
Thus, why rely on PowerPoint only when you got Google Slides at your rescue?
So, create a Google account and prepare the best slides!
- Allows for easy sharing and real-time editing.
- Helps you to seamlessly connect to your Google apps.
- Provides a variety of themes, animations, fonts, and embedded videos.
- Choose from the wide range of pre-built templates.
- Sync it in with all your devices and edit from anywhere.
- The auto-save feature helps you automatically save all your data and retrieve it at any time.
- You can use the browser or the mobile app to create the presentation.
- Free basic version with limited features. It includes docs, sheets, forms, and slides content creation. 15 GB drive secure cloud storage per user, Gmail secure email, and Meet video and voice conferencing with up to 100 participants.
- Business Standard-$12 per user per month. It includes all the free version features and some additional features like meetings recordings saved to drive, custom business email, etc.
2. Zoho Show
Zoho has always been at the top of its game, whether in project management, CRM, or inventory control. And now, the Zoho Show is one of the best PowerPoint alternatives for creating extraordinary presentations.
It is best suited for small businesses, mid-market enterprises, or NGOs. Thus, it is a great place for teams to collaborate, broadcast and publish in one place. So, connect with your team in real-time with the best alternative.
Thus, it is the best app with an easy interface and quick customer service to assist you at each stage. So, design professional slides, deliver visually engaging presentations and collaborate with your team effectively while using Zoho Show Presentation.
- Supports both PPT and PPTX files, so you can open, edit and view PowerPoint slides online without installing separate software.
- Intuitive UI design to help users adapt on the go.
- In addition to the pre-built templates, you can also add infographics, path animations, and smart elements.
- Works on all platforms, including Android, iOS, Android Wear, Apple TV &Watch.
- Publish the slides online and share the link across all social platforms.
- Add strokes to the text, fill titles with solid colors, add reflections, etc.
- Easy formatting and editing of images.
- Zoho Show is free of cost
Canva is the best PowerPoint alternative to broaden your imagination and create high-quality, professional graphic design slides.
It is not only user-friendly but also a perfect fit for every team and individual use. It encompasses a variety of features, including pre-built templates and its drag-n-drop design tool. Moreover, it has over 1 million photographs, graphics, and fonts for you to choose from.
Thus, whether it is presentations, logos, posters, marketing campaigns, or visual charts, Canva is your one-stop app to do it all.
So, why not get creative with Canva?
- Choose the best-suited ones from thousands of templates, images, and quality content.
- Collaborate and edit with your team in real-time and effectively manage your feedback, brand assets, and visual content.
- Create team folders to stay organized
- Plan, create, schedule, and publish your social media posts directly.
- No-coding knowledge is required for editing and designing.
- It works on Web, Android, and iOS platforms well.
- Make photo grids, add stickers, or even mood boards to lighten up your presentations.
- Free – Best suited for individuals and small groups. It includes over 250,000 free templates, 100+ design types (presentations, social media posts, etc.), hundreds of free graphics and photos, collaboration in real-time, and 5GB of cloud storage.
- Pro – The cost is $119.99 per year for up to 5 people. Its features include all features of the Free plan. In addition to that, it also contains 100+ million premium stock photos, audios, videos, and graphics, over 610,000 free templates with daily new designs, 100GB of Cloud storage, and much more.
- Enterprise-The cost is $30 per month per user for up to 25 people. It includes everything Pro has; unlimited storage, controlling team uploads, single sign-on, and much more.
Prezi is another best PowerPoint alternative to prepare engaging, persuasive, and elegant presentations. It is simple to use the platform to prepare the best presentations for your business or individual use.
It has helped hundreds of companies to reinvent art so far. The collaboration tool in Prezi allows teams to edit, comment and brainstorm together. Thus, whether you are a student or a business owner, Prezi caters to the needs of all in the most agile manner.
- Directly upload images from your devices
- Choose from thousands of images to create the best slides.
- Export images using different file-saving formats.
- Save your design as ad sets by just duplicating it.
- Choose the best font from thousands of font styles.
- Voice over features and presenter-only view to help you have an outstanding experience.
- Create a Prezi Brand kit including your company’s logo, fonts, and colors.
- Choose from various templates to create the best presentations.
- The basic plan is free, including sharing and creating 5 projects only.
- Plus- This plan starts at $12 per month for expert visual presenters. It includes creating unlimited projects, transferring existing PowerPoint slides, premium images, PDF export, offline access, video download, etc.
- Premium –This plan starts at $16 per month for business professionals. It includes all the features of Plus and powerful analytics, advanced online training, and much more.
- Plus – It starts at $12 per month for business individuals. It includes creating unlimited presentations, videos, design, importing existing PowerPoint slides, PDF export or offline access, etc.
- Premium – It starts at $16 per month for business professionals. It includes all the features of plus and in addition to powerful analytics, advanced online training, and much more.
- Teams – It is a customized plan.
Create the best AI-powered presentations with the best PowerPoint alternative. Beautiful.ai helps you create clean, modern, engaging and professionally designed slides for your business or personal use.
It helps you automate your tasks and choose the best templates, fonts, and logos from many options. Thus, it is a great place to turn your ideas into visual presentations.
Take the presentation to a new level with Beautiful.ai’s artificial intelligence capabilities.
- Pre-installed templates and animations to make great presentations.
- Easy to adapt, edit and reform with billions of colors and font options.
- Connect and collaborate with your team in real-time.
- Automatic beautification and formatting once uploaded the content is.
- Easy to use with a UI approach.
- Pro- It starts at $12 per month for individuals. It includes unlimited slides, version history, PowerPoint export, and viewer analytics.
- Team- It starts at $40 per user per month for teams. It includes all the features of Pro and a collaborative workspace, custom company theme, centralized slide library, and custom template library.
- Enterprise – It offers a custom plan. It includes all the team features and unlimited team resources, SAML SSO, audit events, dedicated onboarding, team training, priority support, etc.
6. Apple Keynote
Apple Keynote is one of the free and the best PowerPoint alternatives for all apple users. It helps you create stunning, memorable, and engaging slides. Moreover, it is also one of the top competitors of PowerPoint because of its various distinguished features.
It lets you add the right amount of sparkle, collaborate with teams, edit photos, add charts, and also cinematic effects.
Even though it is most effective with Apple devices, you can still use it with your Pc. Thus, create magical slides most easily with Apple Keynote now.
- Voice-over narration and presenter only view along with notes and annotations.
- Pre-build templates to make quick presentations.
- Mobile apps are also available for Apple users to make real-time changes and formations.
- Variety of charts and graphic options to choose from.
- It also includes animations, icons, and transitions.
- Auto-save feature to prevent file losses.
- It is free to use and already available on macOS.
7. Haiku Deck
It is one of the best PowerPoint alternatives and a great competitor of it. It is the best place to create the easiest presentations using your web, iPhone, or iPad.
You can choose from various layouts, designs, and templates to create the most professional presentations. Moreover, it is best suited for almost all types of industries. So, as long as you have an idea, Haiku Deck helps you bring it to life with its amazing visual arts.
- Easy user interface.
- Just tap “+” to create new slides, add images, themes, fonts, etc.
- Select from pre-built templates, layouts, and themes.
- Create private notes during presentations.
- Easy to share on any media platform.
- Pro- It costs $9.99 per month, billed annually for teaching, training, and conference presentations. Its features include unlimited deck creation, custom branding, downloading files for offline viewing or editing, privacy control for presenters, etc.
- Premium- It costs $29.99 per month for effective selling and engaging webinars. Its features include all the ones in Pro and in-depth analytics and training, presentation view notifications, live web playback, and priority technical support.
Creating the best, eye-catching, and engaging presentation isn’t always easy, but these PowerPoint alternatives can help you do it 10x faster. Thus, choose the one that best suits the needs of your business and create the best presentations.
If you know of any other Software, let us know in the comments section.
We wish you the best of luck!
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20 Best PowerPoint Alternatives & Presentation Software in 2023
PowerPoint is a presentation software managed by Microsoft. This software helps you to creates a slide show of important information. However, PowerPoint has some limitations, like the inability to represent the complexity of some topics and limited built-in infographics.
Following is a handpicked list of Top Presentation Software Alternatives To PowerPoint, with their popular features and website links. This presentation software list contains both open source (free) and commercial (paid) software.
Visme is a tool that helps you to share powerful visual stories in the form of infographics, presentations, and other visual content. Add charts, maps, video, audio links, and interactivity to any object to create engaging reports, presentations, and infographics.
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Visme is a tool that helps you to share powerful visual stories in the form of infographics, presentations, and other visual content.
- Add charts, maps, video, audio links, and interactivity to any object to create engaging reports, presentations, and infographics.
- It provides more than 100 assets like fonts, quality icons, and images.
- The tool allows you to record voice.
- It has privacy control that helps you to make your content private, public, or password protected.
- You can publish a presentation online or download for offline use.
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2) Adobe InDesign
Adobe InDesign is a typesetting and desktop publishing software tool developed by Adobe. It allows you to create flyers, posters, brochures, newspapers, magazines, and more.
- This PowerPoint alternative helps you to create stylish layouts.
- Helps you to enhance the quality of your slideshows with tables to display information and fits into different sizes with ease.
- Allows you to add animated videos, hyperlinks, slide transitions, and more into your slides.
- You can pick from over 17,000 high-quality fonts to make your information organized and easy to read.
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DesignCap is a web-based tools to create online presentations. It allows anyone to create professional-looking presentations in a fairly simple way, without technical skills needed.
- It provides thousands of professionally designed templates on different topics.
- More than a million stock photos and icons.
- Lots of assets like fonts, charts, preset text fonts, modules, and background images.
- You can embed chart styles like column, line, table, bar, dynamic map, etc. in presentations.
- Free to adjust objects’ color, size, position, and use other handy features like group/ungroup, image editing tools, etc.
- Multiple save and share options to share designs anywhere online and offline.
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Vyond is an online program that helps marketing professionals to make engaging presentations by adding a video to PowerPoint.
- You can download the video file so that you can quickly play it during your presentation, even if the internet connection is weak.
- You can import GIFs, visuals, motion, and sound in your presentation.
- With Vyond, you can create build character-driven stories or compelling data visualizations to engage the audience.
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Canva is a free presentation application that enables you to engage your audience. It contains a design that helps you to express your ideas effectively; thus, you can improve your ability to become a communicator.
- You can access hundreds of professionally designed layouts on any topic you are interested in.
- It allows you to customize your presentation for school or work.
- It has a Speech bubble maker which you can add on any photo.
- Fade any photo with transparency tool of canva.
6) Zoho Show
The tool allows you to create, collaborate, broadcast, as well as publish presentations. You can give your performance a stable URL and share your slide deck with the world by maintaining its quality.
- The tool has a clutter-free design that helps you to highlight your stories.
- It has 20+ themes and 100 fonts.
- You can manage and enhance data visually using tools like shapes, formatted text box, charts, and tables.
- You can add strokes to text, fill titles or key points with any colors or even add reflections.
- Choose a pre-defined layout to insert a chart from the template.
Ludus is a presentation application for creative professionals. It allows you to build presentations in a truly collaborative way. It is one of the best free PowerPoint alternatives that allows you to export a PDF/HTML file.
- It provides color picker to choose the color.
- Ludus provides a guideline so that you can place an object to its right place.
- Build and share ideas with others.
- It supports SVG, JPG, GIF, and PNG images.
- You can upload your fonts to Ludus.
- You can paste URLs from your clipboard in order to embed third-party contents.
- It enables you to integrate third-party contents, like YouTube or Vimeo videos.
Beautiful.ai is a tool for building better presentations in minutes. You just need to think of an idea, select a template, and work efficiently and beautifully.
- It helps you to create beautiful proposals and pitches
- Add content and slide will automatically adapt them.
- It offers millions of free icons and photos.
Slidebean is a software that helps you to create professional-looking slides. The software allows you to design presentation in seconds using Artificial Intelligence.
- The template design is arranged in such a way that improve aesthetic appeal as well as readability.
- It automatically recognizes important elements in images and aligns them properly
- The tool automatically evaluates plenty of slides to find the perfect one.
Prezi is a tool having designer templates, millions of reusable presentations, and a PowerPoint to Prezi converter.
- This PowerPoint alternative contains plenty of customized graphics, charts, and layouts let you quickly make your presentation your own.
- Quick to make an impact
- You can collaborate with your team while making the presentation.
11) Google Slides
Google Slides is a presentation application developed by Google. It is one of the best PowerPoint alternative that enables real time collaboration between editors and provides many options for sharing the presentations.
- Google Slides offers a variety of hundreds of fonts, embedded video, presentation themes, animations, etc.
- You can choose from a large variety of portfolios, pitches, and other pre-made presentations.
- This tool is better than PowerPoint allows the team to work in the same presentation.
- You can get your presentation anywhere anytime and edit it.
12) Apple Keynote
Apple Keynote is easy to create memorable presentations. You can use Apple pencil on any iPad to create diagrams or illustrations.
- It provides real time collaboration so that you can work with your team, whether they are on, iPhone or iPad, Mac, or using a PC.
- You can choose from 30+ eye-catching themes.
- You can use your iPhone to scan a document or photo, and you can see it immediately in Keynote on Mac.
- You can use slides with galleries, photos, charts, math equations, and more than 700 customizable shapes.
- Animate objects with a path using a finger or Apple Pencil on your iPad or iPhone.
Emaze is a free online application to create and share presentations via social media or email. It is one of the best programs like PowerPoint that allows you to turn your presentation into a story.
- You can collaborate with your team, download presentation to HTML, MP4, and PDF, and present remotely from anywhere in the world.
- It allows you to choose from hundreds of 2D and 3D presentation templates.
- Write and edit text, add videos, photos, live web pages, gif images, custom effects, corporate branding, and more.
Powtoon is an animated presentation application that allows users to create stories for explainer videos or presentations.
- Powtoon works well with voiceovers and helps you to integrate a great script with fantastic animated characters.
- You can access this tool online and create dynamic presentations in minutes.
- The templates of this tool are easy to navigate and add a visual element to the presentation.
FlowVella is an app made for mobile that makes your presentation interactive. You can combine words, images, video, galleries, links, and PDF files to transform the story into an interactive conversation.
- With FlowVella, you can work whenever you are; iPad, iPhone, or Mac.
- You can create a presentation without an internet connection.
- It allows you to include PDF documents, videos, and images.
- This tool allows you to create sharable custom URL.
- View who has viewed your presentation.
Haiku Deck provides a simple and easy way to make a presentation on the iPad, web, or iPhone. It is one of the best apps like PowerPoint that encourages the best presentation practices by helping students to simplify their message and present data clearly.
- You can Choose stylish layouts, fonts, and image filters for without charging any dollar to the graphic designer.
- You can access over 40 million free creative commons images.
- Your presentation is in the cloud so that you can share with any devices connected with it.
Genially is a tool for creating presentations, infographics, CVS, video presentations, Quizzes, ePosters, dossiers, etc. With this tool, anyone can create incredible visual stories to generate a better communication experience.
- It is one of the best PPT alternatives that creates interactive visual experiences that increase communication skills.
- You can add Animated and interactive creations in your presentation.
- It helps you to analyze how your creations are used in real time.
18) Libre Office Impress:
LibreOffice Impress allows you to create professional slide shows which include drawing objects, charts, multimedia, text, and a variety of other items.
- LibreOffice provides versatility in creating and editing slides using various modes: Normal, Outline, and Notes.
- You can add attractive 2D and 3D images from text.
- It gives you to manage slides display sequence.
- You can download various ng templates from the LibreOffice template repository.
Presentation software is an app or program, which is used to display information in the form of a slide show. It includes an editor that allows text to be inserted and formatted, a method for inserting and manipulating graphic images, and a slide-show system to display that content. Also check best Office Suite Software: Click here
Below are the best alternatives to PowerPoint and Online Presentation Software:
- Adobe InDesign
A Presentation Software allows you to represent information and data about a specific topic. It also allows you to include images, tables, charts, graphs, etc., along with textual information. All this information combined is represented in the form of a slide show, making it easy for the viewers to easily understand the topic.
Here are the main benefits of presentation software:
- It makes the visualization of information very easy
- Allows adding images, graphs, tables, charts, videos, etc.
- Offers a wide range of designs and templates
- Enables you to share the presentations with ease
- Provides drag and drop feature
- Offers a variety of customizations
- It does not require any technical skills
Following are points which helps you to make your presentation better:
- Your presentation should not contain more than 10 slides.
- The presentation should be of maximum 20 minutes
- Do not use a font size of less than 30.
- Show your passion and focus on audience need.
You should consider the following factors while selecting the best presentation software:
- Price if applicable
- Easy to set up and use
- Hardware/Software requirements of the presentation software
- Reviews of presentation software
- Pre-built templates and layouts offered
- Support to add multiple assets like graphs, charts, images, audio, video, etc.
- Collaboration features
- Cloud support
Following are top free software to make presentations online:
- Google Slides
- Apple Keynote
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7 powerpoint-alternativen: so werden deine präsentationen noch besser.
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Es gibt einige Präsentations-Tools, die gute Powerpoint-Alternativen darstellen.
Inhaltsverzeichnis, was spricht für eine powerpoint-alternative, google slides, onlyoffice docs, fazit: sehr gute auswahl an powerpoint-alternativen, häufige fragen (faq) zu powerpoint-alternativen, gesamtes inhaltsverzeichnis anzeigen.
Es ist beinahe bei allen Menschen so: PowerPoint bedeutet Hass-Liebe. Auf der einen Seite ist diese Office-Anwendung unglaublich beliebt und das mit gutem Grund. Aber auf der anderen Seite können es viele einfach nicht mehr sehen und verzweifeln an Kleinigkeiten, wie beispielsweise der Feinjustierung ihres Layouts . Vor allem wenn du in den geschäftlichen Bereich schaust, hatte PowerPoint über einen sehr langen Zeitraum eine unangefochtene, marktbeherrschende Stellung . Zwar mag es auch heute noch das meistgenutzte Präsentations-Tool sein, aber eins sei gesagt: Es gibt gute PowerPoint-Alternativen und die sind gewaltig.
Um dir einen besseren Überblick über PowerPoint-Alternativen zugeben, beantworten wir in diesem Artikel unter anderem die folgenden Fragen:
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- Welches Programm für Präsentation nutzen?
- Was ist besser als PowerPoint?
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Gibt es denn wirklich gute PowerPoint-Alternativen? In den letzten Jahren sind – nicht zuletzt durch die Digitalisierung – immer mehr Unternehmen gewachsen, die sich mit dem Entwickeln von Softwares für Präsentationen beschäftigen. Manche sind zum heutigen Zeitpunkt Weltkonzerne und verkaufen auch international Software-Lösungen, die PowerPoint mächtig Konkurrenz machen. Denn es wäre falsch zu sagen, dass das Monopol der Office-Anwendung unstürzbar ist. In manchen Belangen sind die neuen Tools PowerPoint sogar um Jahre voraus. Doch im Endeffekt wird es wohl immer eine individuelle Entscheidung bleiben, mit welchem Tool man besser arbeiten kann.
Jeder, der eine normale Schullaufbahn hinter sich gebracht hat und auch danach noch etwas mit Präsentationen am Hut hat, der kennt sie einfach auswendig: Die PowerPoint Design-Templates. Das bedeutet nicht, dass sie schlecht sind, aber sie sind eben älter und scheinen überholt. Der „Wow“-Effekt – wie ihn neuartige Animationen bieten können – bleibt jedoch aus. Es besteht die Gefahr schon vor dem ersten Wort die Aufmerksamkeit zu verlieren, weil das Publikum durch den visuellen Reiz suggeriert bekommt, dass nun etwas kommt, was man schon gefühlt 1000 Mal gesehen hat.
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Außerdem können einige Alternativen eine überarbeite Benutzeroberfläche anbieten, sodass Funktionen und Layout sich leichter anpassen lassen. Jeder, der wirklich schon einmal mit PowerPoint gearbeitet hat, weiß, wie nervtötend es sein kann, wenn man versucht ein Objekt zu platzieren und es einfach nicht dorthin will, wo man es haben möchte oder es einfach alles andere verschiebt.
Die neuen Möglichkeiten der Darstellung sorgen auch dafür, dass du Sachzusammenhänge noch besser skizzieren kannst, was wiederum dafür sorgt, dass dir die Leute, denen du deine Idee oder dein Produkt verkaufen willst, noch besser folgen können und die Benefits eindeutiger werden! Das ist nicht nur für eine Präsentation gut, sondern auch für dein Business.
Darum lohnt es sich mit PowerPoint-Alternativen zu arbeiten:
- Erhöht die Aufmerksamkeit der Zuschauer
- Setzt neue Reize
- Ermöglicht komplexere Zusammenhänge einfacher darzustellen
- Teilweise besser zu bedienen
Die 7 besten PowerPoint-Alternativen im Schnelldurchlauf
Nun ist Design oft eine Frage des Geschmacks und über Geschmack kann man bekanntlich streiten. Deshalb wollen wir dir sieben Alternativen vorstellen.
Prezi ist ein Präsentations-Tool, dass mittlerweile auch in Deutschland große Bekanntheit erlangt hat und auch immer mehr als eine PowerPoint-Alternative im Business-Bereich eingesetzt wird. Es bietet die Möglichkeiten mit einfachen Formen, Mitteln und Slides eine animierte, strukturierte und dynamische Präsentation zu gestalten. Doch die üblichen Folien gibt es hier nicht. Der Vorteil bei Prezi liegt darin, dass es hier eine sehr große Datenbank an Templates gibt, aus denen man wählen kann. Diese Vorlagen eignen sich oft sehr gut, um innerhalb der Präsentation eine Geschichte zu erzählen. Das ist extrem ansprechend und kann dir gut dabei helfen deine Intention zu visualisieren. Einziger Nachteil ist vielleicht der Preis. Du kannst keine Lizenz im eigentlichen Sinne erwerben, sondern musst dich monatlich beteiligen. Zudem sind die Abläufe ganz anders als bei PowerPoint, wodurch man sich hier etwas einarbeiten muss. In der kostenlosen Basic-Version erhältst du nur die Basis-Funktionen und deine Präsentation kann online jeder einsehen.
- dynamische Erzählung auf digitaler Leinwand
- eignet sich für kreative und unkonventionelle Präsentationen
- große Auswahl an Effekten
- Einarbeitungszeit notwendig
- wenige Vorlagen
- kostenpflichtig (ab 10 Euro / Monat)
Sehr einfach in der Bedienung ist dagegen Google Slides. Das Online-Offline- Tool ist eine gute PowerPoint-Alternative, da es Usern mit einem Google-Konto kostenlos zur Verfügung steht. Dabei arbeitet es sich ähnlich wie mit dem Konkurrenten: verschiedene Design-Vorlagen, Folien zur Gestaltung der Texte und weitere Effekte. Ein attraktiver Zusatz ist die Team-Arbeit. Andere Nutzer mit einem Google-Konto können zeitgleich an der Präsentation arbeiten oder eben nur lesen, je nach individueller Rechtevergabe. Aber auch PowerPoint-Dokumente können hier hochgeladen und bearbeitet werden.
- einfache Bedienung
- Team-Arbeit möglich
- Design-Vorlagen und Folien-Layout
- Mit Google-Konto kostenlos
Deckset ist für die, die mal was vergessen haben. Ist die Deadline sehr knapp oder das Meeting sehr spontan, dann könnte diese Software etwas für dich sein. Sie basiert auf Markdown, wodurch du in diesem Programm wie in einem Texteditor arbeitest. Diese Textdatei kann dann auch in Deckset direkt geöffnet und dementsprechend schnell und einfach genutzt werden. Nach und nach fügt das Tool automatisch die Komponenten zusammen, die zu einer guten Präsentation gehören, sodass am Ende ein stimmiges Gesamtbild entsteht. Doch die Anpassungsmöglichkeiten sind etwas begrenzt, wodurch sich dieses Tool nicht gänzlich als PowerPoint-Alternative ansehen lässt. Doch vor allem für Einsteiger ist Deckset interessant, denn hier muss sich niemand stundenlang mit Layouts und Designelementen herum schlagen. Auch dieses Tool ist kostenpflichtig und kann mit einmaligen 35 Euro erworben werden.
- schnelles, alternatives Tool
- wenig Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten
- geeignet für Anfänger
- einfache Nutzung
Das Tool Keynote ist im wesentlichen eine PowerPoint-Alternative für Apple-Nutzer. Es ist im typischen Apple-Design gestaltet und steht hier auch klar im Vordergrund. Neben diesen hochwertigen Design-Elementen bietet Keynote ebenfalls eine Team-Funktion an. Genutzt werden kann das Tool vom iPhone, iPad oder MacBook aus. Auch hier wird mit der typischen Folien-Gestaltung gearbeitet, sodass die Einarbeitungszeit – und besonders für Apple-Liebhaber – relativ gering ist. Zusätzlich bietet Keynote eine Live-Funktion an, mit der man die Präsentation streamen kann. Die Software ist jedoch nur für Apple User kostenlos.
- große Auswahl an Designs
- Nur für Apple User kostenlos
Aus der Reihe der bisherigen PowerPoint-Alternativen bricht PowToon heraus. Denn dieses Tool legt den Fokus auf animierte Charaktere und Storytelling. Hiermit lassen sich Videoclips erstellen, die jede Präsentation aufpeppen können. Da hier die Animationen im Vordergrund stehen, kann dieses Tool auch als Ergänzung zu PowerPoint gesehen werden. Das Programm ist web-basiert und wird kostenlos angeboten. Dafür sind jedoch viele Funktionen eingeschränkt oder Animationen mit Wasserzeichen versehen. Daher sollte man für die volle Funktionalität des Programms die kostenpflichtige Version nutzen. Die Videos dürfen maximal drei Minuten lang sein und können dann einfach im Cloudspeicher abgelegt werden. Ein Vorteil ist, dass die Animationen nicht nur in der Präsentation über PowToon funktionieren, sondern diese sich ebenfalls leicht auf Websites integrieren lassen. Wenn du eine uneingeschränkte Version erwerben willst, liegt der Startpreis bei 17 US-Dollar im Monat.
- kreative Gestaltung von Animationen und Videos
- normale Präsentation mit Folien möglich
- kurze Einarbeitungszeit
- eingeschränkte Version kostenlos
Die PowerPoint-Alternative Haiku Deck arbeitet mit künstlicher Intelligenz und kreiert für dich passende Fotos und Designs, die zu deinem Thema passen. Somit kannst du auch hier wie gewohnt das Layout der Folien festlegen und deine Informationen aufbereiten. Der Fokus von Haiku Deck liegt aber vor allem auf der Ästhetik. Denn mit Filtern wie bei Instagram veredelt das Tool deine Präsentation und lässt sie für die Zuschauer hübscher wirken. Teilen kannst du deine Präsentation dann auf Websites, Social Media oder per Mail. Nachteile liegen in der Funktion der Folien, da hier der Übergang zwischen diesen fehlt. Auch das genau Platzieren von Textfeldern ist hier schwieriger als bei den anderen PowerPoint-Alternativen. Genutzt werden kann das Tool kostenlos, jedoch in eingeschränkter Version. Wenn du alle Funktionen nutzen möchtest, kannst du drei verschiedene Versionen kostenpflichtig erwerben. Der Startpreis liegt hier bei ca. 10 US-Dollar monatlich.
- Einsatz von künstlicher Intelligenz
- Fokus liegt auf Optik und Ästhetik
- praktische Features fehlen
Das Präsentationsprogramm von ONLYOFFICE bietet maximale Kompatibilität mit PPTX-Dateien und umfasst alle nötigen Funktionen, die du für das Erstellen und Formatieren von Folien brauchst. Verschiedene Farbstile und Layouts, Diagramme, Autoshapes, Text Art, interaktive Effekte und Übergänge stehen zur Verfügung. In der Referentenansicht kannst du dir Notizen machen und durch die Präsentation bequem navigieren. Darüber hinaus ist es möglich, mit PPT- und ODP-Formaten zu arbeiten und Präsentationen in PDF zu speichern. Integrierte Plugins wie z.B. Photo Editor und Translator erweitern die Funktionalität.
Wenn du nur lokale Dateien bearbeiten möchtest, gibt es die kostenlosen ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors. Nutzer, die Funktionen für die Zusammenarbeit benötigen, können sich für die Online-Version entscheiden und Präsentationen mit anderen Benutzern in Echtzeit bearbeiten, Kommentare hinterlassen und im Chat alles besprechen, ohne den Editor zu verlassen. Zu ergänzen ist außerdem, dass der User bei dieser PowerPoint-Alternative nicht das Präsentationsprogramm nutzen kann, sondern auch Tools für die Textverarbeitung und Tabellenkalkulation erhält.
- effiziente Online-Zusammenarbeit
- gute Kompatibilität mit dem PPTX-Format
- für jedes Gerät und Betriebssystem verfügbar
- kostenlose Desktop-Version
Es gibt viele PowerPoint-Alternativen, die sich alle auf unterschiedliche Funktionen fokussieren. Denn je nach Arbeitsmethode, Branche und deinen Vorlieben, eignen sich unterschiedliche Tools. Generell soll dir hiermit vor Augen geführt werden, dass es unzählige Alternativen gibt, die dir teilweise sogar mehr Möglichkeiten bieten, als PowerPoint selbst. Daher lohnt es sich von Zeit zu Zeit immer wieder neue Programme auszutesten oder bestimmte Tools ergänzend zu nutzen.
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Es gibt viele Alternativen zu PowerPoint. Ein Auswahl der Beliebtesten und Benutzerfreundlichsten haben wir aufgelistet: 1. Prezi 2. Google Slides 3. Deckset 4. Keynote 5. PowToon 6. Haiku Deck 7. ONLYOFFICE Docs
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Kostenlos Herunterladen: Ein Umfassender Leitfaden
PowerPoint 2016 ist eine Präsentationssoftware, mit der du spannende und wirkungsvolle Folien für eine Präsentation erstellen kannst. Sie wird verwendet, um eine kompetente Präsentation für eine nahtlose Lieferung in vielen Formaten zu entwickeln. Wenn du noch nach Wegen suchst, um PowerPoint 2016 kostenlos herunterzuladen, mit oder ohne Produkt-Schlüssel, oder nach kostenlosen Alternativen suchst, dann lies diesen Artikel bis zum Ende. Wir werden dir zeigen, wie du PowerPoint 2016 kostenlos herunterladen oder neu installieren kannst. Wenn du nicht für Präsentationssoftware bezahlen möchtest, können wir einige kostenlose Alternativen empfehlen.
Kann ich PowerPoint 2016 im Jahr 2023 noch benutzen ?
Obwohl Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 eine ältere Version der Software ist, funktioniert sie immer noch und kann im Jahr 2023 zum Erstellen und Präsentieren von Präsentationen verwendet werden. Die Hauptunterstützung endete am 13. Oktober 2020, und die erweiterte Unterstützung für die meisten Ausgaben von Office 2016 wird am 14. Oktober 2025 enden. Daher wird empfohlen, auf die neuesten Versionen von PowerPoint zu aktualisieren, um die neuesten Funktionen und Sicherheitsverbesserungen nutzen zu können.
PowerPoint 2016 mit Produkt-Schlüssel neu installieren
Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 ist Teil des Office 2016-Pakets. Damals war die eigenständige PowerPoint-Version nicht verfügbar. Wenn du es vorher gekauft hast und noch den Produkt-Schlüssel hast, kannst du das gesamte Microsoft Office 2016 neu installieren, um Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 zu nutzen.
Schritte zur Neuinstallation:
Gib " www.office.com " in die Adressleiste deines Browsers ein, um auf die Office-Website oder die Seite Mein Konto zuzugreifen.
2. Klicke auf die Option Anmelden.
3. Melde dich jetzt mit dem Konto an, das mit deinem Office verknüpft ist.
4. Klicke auf Office installieren.
5. Um den Installationsvorgang zu starten, klicke auf die Option ‘installieren’ auf der Seite Download und Installieren von Office.
6. Um die Office-Setup-Installation zu starten, klicke zweimal darauf. Wähle die Option ‘JA’.
7. Folge den Anweisungen auf dem Bildschirm für den Kontotyp, den du beim Anmelden verwenden möchtest.
8. Nach Abschluss wurde Office bereits auf deinem PC neu installiert.
Hier sind die Mindestanforderungen für die Installation von PowerPoint 2016 auf deinem PC.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 beim Drittanbieter herunterladen
Da Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 nicht mehr erhältlich ist, kannst du es nicht von der offiziellen Microsoft-Website bekommen. Du könntest es jedoch auf anderen Websites finden, die es verpackt und hochgeladen haben. Aber Vorsicht, dieser Weg ist nicht sicher, denn das Installationspaket könnte Viren haben oder mit anderer Software gebunden sein. Sei vorsichtig, wenn du Software von solchen Quellen herunterlädst, da diese manchmal nicht zuverlässig oder sicher sind.
Die besten Alternativen zu Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
Es gibt großartige Alternativen zu Microsoft PowerPoint 2016, die du kostenlos finden kannst. WPS Presentation ist wahrscheinlich die beste Alternative, da es mit allen Windows-Versionen kompatibel ist und sehr leicht für das System ist.
WPS Presentation (Kostenlos)
WPS Office steht für Writer, Presentation und Spreadsheets. WPS Presentation ist ein Teil davon. Es ist eine Produktivitätssoftware ähnlich wie Microsoft Office. WPS Presentation bietet eine Reihe von Werkzeugen und Funktionen, die es den Nutzern ermöglichen, Folien zu erstellen und zu ändern.
Funktionen und Funktionen
Es hat einen umfassenden Formatierungsstil und eine Vielzahl von Vorlagen für verschiedene Dokumenttypen.
Es integriert dynamische Änderungen, Multimedia-Zusammenarbeit und Echtzeit-Zusammenarbeit in Diashows, Datenmanagement, Formelberechnungen, Diagrammerstellung und Zusammenarbeitsfunktionen.
WPS Presentation bietet verschiedene Folienlayouts, Themen und Vorlagen zur Auswahl, um die einfache Erstellung von visuell ansprechenden Präsentationen zu ermöglichen.
Das Präsentationswerkzeug ist sehr nützlich für eine wirkungsvolle Präsentation, da es eine Präsentationsansicht, eine Notizansicht und einen Timer enthält, um den Nutzern zu helfen, ihre Präsentationen reibungslos und selbstbewusst zu liefern.
Es bietet eine kostengünstige Lösung mit einer kostenlosen Edition, die eine Vielzahl von Funktionen abdeckt, und macht es zu einer praktikablen Option für die Erstellung von Präsentationen.
Es unterstützt auch Microsoft PowerPoint-Dateiformate, was eine reibungslose Zusammenarbeit und Dateifreigabe mit PowerPoint-Nutzern ermöglicht.
Kompatibilitätsprobleme mit komplizierter Formatierung und Animationen,
Eingeschränkte Cloud-Speicherintegration und eingeschränkter Kundensupport.
Insgesamt sollte die Bewertung der Vor- und Nachteile dir helfen zu entscheiden, ob WPS Presentation für deine individuellen Präsentationsanforderungen und dein Budget geeignet ist. WPS Office ist eine der besten kostenlosen Software, die du finden kannst.
Kompatibel mit allen Windows-Versionen
Es ist kompatibel mit allen Softwareversionen von Microsoft Office, einschließlich Windows, Mac, Android, iOS und Linux. Darüber hinaus ist es auch kompatibel mit allen Windows-Versionen, einschließlich Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 und Windows 100, sodass du dich auf WPS Office verlassen kannst, unabhängig von deiner Windows-Version.
Schritte zum Herunterladen von WPS Office:
Öffne deinen Webbrowser und besuche „ https://www.wps.com/“ .
Klicke auf die Option Kostenlos herunterladen, die automatisch WPS herunterlädt, das am besten für dein Gerät geeignet ist.
Auf der unteren linken Seite deines Bildschirms siehst du wps_wip.exe, die heruntergeladen wird. Klicke darauf, wenn der Download abgeschlossen ist.
Nach dem Aktivieren der Setup-Seite, wähle deine Sprache.
5. Klicke auf Zustimmen und dann auf Jetzt installieren.
6. Nach Abschluss der Installation, klicke auf die Gästeoption und genieße WPS kostenlos.
7. Nach Abschluss der Installation, klicke auf die Gästeoption und genieße WPS kostenlos. Du kannst auch ein kostenloses Konto darin erstellen.
2. Microsoft 365 PowerPoint
Microsoft 365 ist ein umfassendes Produktivitätspaket von Microsoft. Es kombiniert viele Werkzeuge und Dienste, um die Zusammenarbeit, Kommunikation und Produktivität zu verbessern. Es enthält beliebte Apps für das Erstellen von Dokumenten, das Verwalten von Tabellenkalkulationen, das Entwerfen von Präsentationen, das Verwalten von E-Mails und das Notizennehmen, wie Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook und OneNote.
Von überall zugänglich
Integration mit Office
Erfordert ein Abonnement
Stabile Internetverbindung erforderlich
Einige fortgeschrittene Funktionen fehlen
Microsoft 365 ist eine Cloud-basierte Office-Suite, die die folgende Ausstattung auf deinem PC benötigt. Für eine Online-Anwendung ist eine stetige und stabile Internetverbindung erforderlich.
Schritte zum Herunterladen von Microsoft 365 PowerPoint
Öffne deinen Internet-Browser und gehe zu www.office.com und melde dich an.
Wenn du dich mit deinem Microsoft-Konto angemeldet hast, klicke auf die Option Office installieren auf der Microsoft 365-Seite.
3. Tippe auf Installieren.
4. Microsoft 365 beginnt mit dem Herunterladen.
5. Nachdem es fertig ist, wähle Ausführen. Klicke auf Einrichten oder speichere die Datei.
6. Bei der Frage „Möchtest du dieser App erlauben, Änderungen an deinem Gerät vorzunehmen?“ wähle Ja als Option.
7. Wenn du den Satz „Alles klar! Office ist jetzt installiert“, siehst, wähle schließen. Es ist wichtig, eine passende PowerPoint (PPT) Vorlage zu verwenden, um die Optik und die Struktur deiner Präsentation zu verbessern. Das spart nicht nur Zeit, sondern stellt auch sicher, dass der Bericht visuell ansprechend ist. Glücklicherweise bieten zwei seriöse Unternehmen eine große Anzahl von PPT-Vorlagen an, sodass du viele Möglichkeiten hast.
Die besten PPT-Vorlagen-Websites
Lass uns die besten PPT-Vorlagen erkunden, die du im Internet finden kannst. Einige davon sind kostenlos, während andere kostenpflichtig sind.
WPS hat zahlreiche professionell erstellte Vorlagen, die den Nutzern helfen, ästhetisch ansprechende und spannende Präsentationen zu erstellen. Diese Vorlagen umfassen eine Vielzahl von Themen und Stilen, sodass die Nutzer schnell und effizient Präsentationen erstellen können. Hier sind mindestens drei Vorteile von WPS:
WPS Office hat viele kostenlose Vorlagen zum Herunterladen,
Lade herunter und nutze die 7-tägige Mitgliedschaft, um alle kostenpflichtigen Vorlagen zu testen,
WPS hat auch andere kostenlose Vorlagen für verschiedene Formate wie Office Word, Excel, PDF usw., die die tägliche Bearbeitung und Verarbeitung von Dokumenten erleichtern.
Außerdem enthalten diese Vorlagen häufig vorgefertigte Folienlayouts, Farbschemata und grafische Elemente, sodass die Nutzer sie schnell an ihre individuellen Anforderungen anpassen können. Dank der großen Auswahl an Vorlagen können die Nutzer Präsentationen für verschiedene Zwecke erstellen, von Geschäftsberichten und akademischen Präsentationen bis hin zu künstlerischen Projekten und persönlichen Diashows. Mit der Option zum kostenlosen Herunterladen von PowerPoint-Vorlagen können die Nutzer Zeit sparen und ihren Präsentationen einen professionellen Look verleihen.
Slide Model ist eine bekannte Plattform, die viele hochwertige PowerPoint-Vorlagen und Folien-Designs bietet. Die benutzerfreundliche Oberfläche ermöglicht es Profis, schnell auf konfigurierbare Vorlagen für Geschäft, Marketing, Bildung und andere Bereiche zuzugreifen. Diese Vorlagen sparen Zeit und verbessern die ästhetische Attraktivität von Präsentationen, sodass die Nutzer ihre Ideen und Botschaften effektiver kommunizieren können. Slide Model, das mit bedeutender Präsentationssoftware kompatibel ist, ermöglicht es Personen und Organisationen, visuell dynamische und eindrucksvolle Folien zu erstellen.
Umfangreiche Vorlagenbibliothek mit über 20.000 Vorlagen zur Auswahl, von denen viele kostenlos sind. Darüber hinaus ist die Suchfunktion der Website sehr praktisch, und du kannst schnell die Vorlage finden, die deinen Anforderungen entspricht.
Die meisten der fortgeschrittenen Vorlagen auf dieser Website müssen bezahlt werden, und die Einmalzahlung ist relativ teuer, was für Einzelnutzer ungeeignet ist.
Häufig gestellte Fragen zum kostenlosen Herunterladen von PowerPoint 2016
1. Ist es legal, Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 kostenlos herunterzuladen?
Es verstößt gegen die Nutzungsbedingungen von Microsoft, Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 kostenlos von nicht autorisierten Quellen oder Drittwebsite herunterzuladen. Microsoft PowerPoint ist Teil des Premium-Pakets von Microsoft Office. Es wird empfohlen, eine lizenzierte Version von Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 von zugelassenen Quellen zu erhalten.
2. Ist Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 mit neueren Versionen von Windows kompatibel?
Ja, PowerPoint 2016 ist mit den neuesten Versionen von Windows kompatibel.
3. Kann ich weiterhin auf die Vorlagen und Themes von Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 zugreifen?
Ja, du kannst auf die Vorlagen und Themes mit Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 zugreifen. Es bietet eine Vielzahl von vorgefertigten Vorlagen-Themes, die verwendet werden können, um professionelle Präsentationen zu erstellen.
4. Wie ändere ich die Standarddatei in PowerPoint?
Um die Standarddatei in PowerPoint zu ändern, klicke auf die Registerkarte „Datei“ und wähle „Option“. Wähle „Speichern“ in der PowerPoint-Fensteroption. Suche nach dem Abschnitt, der „Präsentationen speichern“ erwähnt, und wähle dann das gewünschte Format, in dem du es speichern möchtest. Klicke zuletzt auf „OK“, um die Einstellungen zu speichern.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 ist eine ausgezeichnete Software, um ansprechende Präsentationen zu erstellen. Obwohl es noch funktioniert und zum Erstellen und Präsentieren von Präsentationen verwendet werden kann, empfiehlt der Artikel, auf dem neuesten Stand zu bleiben, um Zugang zu den neuesten Funktionen und Sicherheitsverbesserungen zu erhalten. Als Alternativen sind WPS Office und Microsoft 365 gute Optionen, und 365 ist nur online verfügbar und benötigt Internet, während WPS Office auch offline verfügbar ist. Darüber hinaus bietet WPS Office ein Premium-Angebot für eine vollständige und benutzerfreundliche Office-Verfügbarkeit mit leistungsstarken Funktionen, Kompatibilität mit wichtigen Dateiformaten und kostengünstigen Lösungen. Es hat eine vertraute Oberfläche, ist kompatibel mit Microsoft Office-Dateien, integriert Cloud-Speicher und unterstützt mobile Geräte. Die plattformübergreifende Verfügbarkeit von WPS Office stellt sicher, dass die Nutzer effizient über mehrere Geräte und Betriebssysteme hinweg arbeiten können.
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