Have you ever wished you could easily transform an existing Word document into a great PowerPoint presentation? If so, the wait is over!
When you use the Export command and select Export to PowerPoint presentation, Word creates a presentation based on all the summarized sections of the document. It also uses AI to add imagery, icons, videos, themes, and fonts for the design theme you choose for the presentation.
How it works
Open the document you want to transform into a presentation in Word for the web. Make sure that it contains only text. The headings in the document will become the slide headings in the presentation.
Go to File > Export > Export to PowerPoint presentation.
In the Export to presentation window, choose a design theme for your presentation, and then select Export.
Word exports and transforms the document, applying the design theme you chose.
After the transformation is complete, select Open presentation to review the results in PowerPoint for the web.
Word for the web saves the transformed presentation to the root folder of your OneDrive.
Scenarios to try
Open a Word document and explore the available PowerPoint themes.
Open a Word document that's mostly text and select Transform to see which AI-backed assets are added.
This feature is currently only available in English.
This feature is not available in the Internet Explorer or Safari browsers.
We only support text content for the transformation to presentation, other media content support is not currently available. You can add your own media to the presentation after you have transformed your Word document.
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Word for the web
A text-only Word for the web document
Export to PowerPoint presentation is available in Word for the web to the First Release audience. We are rolling it out to all web users shortly.
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