Google does not have a product called “Google Power Point,” but it does offer a presentation software called Google Slides. Google Slides is a web-based application that allows users to create, edit, and collaborate on presentations online. Here’s a guide on how to use Google Slides effectively:

1. Access Google Slides:

  • Open your web browser and go to Google Drive (
  • Sign in with your Google account or create one if you don’t have one already.
  • Click on the “+ New” button and select “Google Slides” from the drop-down menu to create a new presentation.

2. Interface Overview:

  • The Google Slides interface includes a menu bar, toolbar, slide area, and a comments section.
  • The menu bar contains options for file management, editing, formatting, and more.
  • The toolbar provides quick access to commonly used tools such as inserting text boxes, shapes, images, and applying formatting to slides.

3. Creating Slides:

  • Click on the “+” button in the toolbar to add a new slide. Choose from various slide layouts such as title slide, title and content, two content, and more.
  • Add content to your slides by typing text directly onto the slide or inserting images, shapes, and other objects.

4. Formatting Slides:

  • Use the toolbar options to format text, change font styles, sizes, colors, and alignment.
  • Customize slide backgrounds, apply themes, and add transitions between slides to make your presentation visually appealing.

5. Adding Media:

  • Insert images, videos, and audio files into your presentation by clicking on the “Insert” menu and selecting the appropriate option.
  • You can also add links to websites or other slides within your presentation.

6. Collaboration:

  • Similar to Google Docs, Google Slides allows real-time collaboration. Share your presentation with others by clicking the “Share” button in the top-right corner.
  • Enter the email addresses of collaborators and set their permissions (view, edit, comment).

7. Presenting:

  • Click on the “Present” button in the top-right corner to enter presentation mode. Navigate through your slides using the arrow keys or by clicking on the arrows at the bottom of the screen.
  • Use the “Presenter View” option to see your notes and upcoming slides while presenting.

8. Revision History:

  • Google Slides keeps track of changes made to your presentation over time.
  • To view the revision history, go to File > Version history > See version history. You can see who made each change and revert to previous versions if needed.

9. Importing and Exporting:

  • Import existing presentations into Google Slides by going to File > Import.
  • Export your presentation to various formats such as PDF, PowerPoint, or plain text by going to File > Download as.

10. Mobile Access: