If you use the PowerPoint app on iOS, you know that it’s not always convenient to edit or view a presentation on a mobile device.
To fix this, Microsoft is testing a feature so you have a new display mode that will make it easier for you without having to resort to other tools. We’ll tell you what it’s all about.
PowerPoint on iOS lets you choose the alignment mode
PowerPoint mobile app has many features that allow us to create and edit a presentation. And of course there is also the possibility to invite other people to collaborate on our project, be it our work team or a school assignment.
However, editing our presentation on a small screen can be tricky. And more if we consider that we usually take the mobile vertically, leaving the display of the slides and the menu functions very uncomfortable.
And since the vertical orientation is not the best way to see the details of a presentation, we have to rotate the mobile screen. Microsoft is testing a new portrait mode so that this doesn’t remain a problem and you don’t have to change the orientation of the cell phone.
This means you can choose between landscape and portrait format when playing a presentation. An option found in the top menu under the Orientation section. So, depending on your criteria, you can choose a horizontal or vertical display for viewing the PowerPoint presentation.
A detail to note is that this option may vary depending on the device used, be it an iPhone or an iPad, but the dynamics are the same. This new PowerPoint feature is currently being tested with Office Insiders, so it may take some time to be implemented in the stable release.
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