Google documents Powerpoint

Docs is a free service from Google, that gives you identical functionalities of Word, excel and PowerPoint - on-line. This means, you don't need office to be put in on your machine. All you would need is web and simply your Gmail id (I guess, everyone has it by current trends!). Google Docs provides these following capabilities,

• Share online and Collaborate on office documents.
• While online produce office documents or transfer existing ones (DOC, XLS, ODT, ODS, RTF, CSV, PPT, etc.)
• Familiar Microsoft office vogue interface and choices (bold, underline, indent, change the font/number format etc.)
• Sharing: invite individuals to look at your documents.
• Collaboration: let others (colleagues, project members, etc.) edit and contribute to your files.
• Changes History: what changes were created, and (if necessary) revert the document to any earlier version.
• Organize your files by either folders, by tags, or can be both
• Integrated chat window.
• Publish and showcase documents on a webpage. And much more …
Ten easy Steps to create a simple PowerPoint Presentation

Step 1: Login along with your Gmail id, at Google doc's website.
Step 2: Once you login, you'll have a workspace to work out your documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Slightly below the logo, you will notice the "Create New" button, when you click on it; you'll have Access to all the options that are available. It is here you have to select Presentation.
Step 3: now you have an empty presentation being created in your workspace. The look and feel doesn't appear as if an online application at all!
Step 4: you will go to the Format Menu item and alter the presentation Theme.
Step 5: As you'd do on any desktop office client, you will click on the new slide button, and select the Slide style.
Step 6: If you would like to insert a drawing, form or an image, you will go to the Insert Menu item and select the same. Once you choose on image, you have choices to select out the image as a URL image or maybe a web upload!
Step 7: If you would like to insert Tables to your slide deck, you will use the Table Menu item, and select the number of Rows and Columns.
Step 8: One very cool option, that I like regarding this on-line Google docs is that the Speaker Notes choice, a little window pops up, that allows you to enter the Speaker notes that you want to mention.
Step 9: you will begin the presentation, either by clicking on the 'View menu -> begin Presentation' or click the start Presentation Button.
This will begin the presentation of the PowerPoint that you simply created, you will hit F11 key for full screen mode!
Step 10: you will now share the presentation through email attachment, provides a link to the presentation. Thus one can watch it on-line in Google Docs and even insert this presentation to your web site too..!

That completes your first presentation on Google Docs..!
Google Docs originated from two separate merchandise, Writely and Google Spreadsheets.
Writely was a web-based word processing system created by the software system company Upstartle and launched in August 2005.