As an Office 365 subscriber, you regularly get new and improved Office features. Take a look below to see what's available to you today.
Latest updates for PowerPoint for Windows Desktop
See what's new in Version 2003 (Build 12624.20320), the March release. Find your Office version
Pick your perfect color
Use hex color codes to choose exactly the color you want for your font, text highlight, and more.
With better connectors and a smoother ink conversion process you can ink your ideas more confidently.
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Become an Office Insider and you'll be first in line to see new features and tell us what you think.
More about releases
When do I get new features?
New Office 365 features are sometimes rolled out over a period of time to all subscribers.
Complete list of all updates
Get information about all the channel releases for Office 365 client applications.
Read on to see what's new for you in the update, Version 2001 (Build 12430.20184).
Read on to see what's new for you in the September update, Version 1910 (Build 12130.20272).
When using ink on your slides, apply a replay animation to replay the inking during your slide show.
Arrange elements on your slides for screen readers
See the elements in screen-reading order and re-arrange them as necessary to communicate your message effectively.
Convert files to improve accessibility
Upgrade your files to the modern format to make them more accessible for everyone.
Create more accessible PDFs
Create a PDF and the accessibility checker will point out accessibility issues to fix before you save.
Read on to see what's new for you in the September update, Version 1909 (Build 12026.20264).
Sharpen your lines with SVG
For crisper, clearer images, save a chart, shape, or other illustration as a scalable vector graphic. Save your slides as SVGs too!
Read on to see what's new for you in the August update, Version 1908 (Build 11929.20254).
Search and enjoy
We've added Search to Insert Icons to make it easy to find the icon you want. And when you're selecting, the Insert button tells you how many you've picked.
Print slide numbers on handouts
Slide numbers are included on your handouts automatically. Leave them on, turn them off, it's all up to you.
Read on to see what's new for you in the July update, Version 1907 (Build 11901.20176).
No more bouncing to the browser
You decide how links to Office documents open: in the browser or in the app. See Link Handling under File > Options > Advanced.
Online videos have a new home*
Save a video to Microsoft Stream, the intelligent video service in Office 365, so that anyone in your organization can see it. Insert the video link and enjoy the multimedia presentation at a fraction of the file size.
* Requires a Commercial or EDU subscription
Here's what's new in the May update, Version 1905 (Build 11629.20196).
The new account manager shows all of your Office 365 work and personal accounts in one place. Switching between them has never been easier.
See what's new in the March update, Version 1903 (Build 11425.20202).
Name your shapes for more control over how they morph and get the perfect transition.
See what's new in the February update, Version 1902 (Build 11328.20146).
Save your changes as they happen
Upload your files to OneDrive to make sure all your updates are saved automatically.
You compute, we format
We change hard-drawn math expressions into standard characters. Just choose Ink to Math and select your handwritten notes to get started.
See what's new in the January update, Version 1901 (Build 11231.20130).
Get their attention with @mentions
Use @mentions in comments to let co-workers know when you need their input.
See what's new in Version 18.12 (11126.20188).
Ink a splendid slide
Convert your ink to text, then get smart slide-design ideas from PowerPoint Designer.