Tip: Try Microsoft Forms to create a survey, quiz, or poll.
Note: We are slowly rolling out this feature to Office 365 customers subscribed to the monthly update channel, so you may not see it yet. Please check back and we’ll have it to you soon. Learn more.
In PowerPoint, you can create a new form or quiz in Microsoft Forms or select an existing one and insert it into your presentation.
Creating or inserting a form is only available to Office 365 Education and Office 365 Commercial subscribers with version 1807 (Build 16.0.10711.20012) or later of PowerPoint for Office 365 on a PC. Find your Office version. People responding to a form or quiz may use PowerPoint on a PC, macOS, or the web.
Create a new form or quiz
Sign in to Office 365 with your school or work credentials.
Open your PowerPoint presentation and choose the slide in which you want to insert a form or quiz.
On the Insert tab, select Forms.
A Forms panel will open and dock on the right side of your PowerPoint presentation.
Under My forms, click +New Form or +New Quiz to begin creating a form or quiz.
When you're done creating your form or quiz, it will be embedded in your PowerPoint slide and appear at the top of your My forms list under the +New Form and +New Quiz buttons.
Insert an existing form or quiz
Find the form or quiz you want to insert into your slide under My forms in the panel.
Hover over the title of the form or quiz and click Insert.
You can also select Edit if you have more changes to make or want to review results of the form or quiz.
Your form or quiz is now embedded in your PowerPoint slide.
Share to collect responses
Share your PowerPoint slides with others via email, OneNote, Teams, and other Office applications. Receivers of your slides can then fill out the form and submit responses without leaving PowerPoint.
Check the responses to your form
To see the responses to your form or quiz, sign in to your Office 365 account at https://forms.office.com/. Open the appropriate form from your My forms page, and then select the Responses tab at the top of the page. Learn more.
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