Because the new PowerPoint interface makes commands easily accessible, you can quickly create sophisticated presentations.
You can move around a presentation in several ways: by clicking slide thumbnails on the Slides tab of the Overview pane; by clicking the Next Slide or Previous Slide button; by scrolling the Slide pane; or by pressing the Page Up or Page Down key.
PowerPoint has three primary views to help you create, organize, and display presentations: Normal, Slide Sorter, and Slide Show. You can switch views by clicking the buttons on the View toolbar or by clicking buttons in the Presentation Views group on the View tab.
In Normal view, you can change the magnification of your slides and the size of the panes to suit the way you work.
You can save a presentation in an existing folder or in a new folder that you can create from within PowerPoint. You cannot store two presentations with the same name in the same folder.