Create summary agendas and tables of contents for your presentations in seconds
What PowerTOC does for you
The feature Microsof forgot ...
You pick, PowerTOC keeps it up to date
One less thing to worry about
Work less and maintain consistency with styles
PowerTOC adds a new tab to the PowerPoint ribbon
TOC Properties dialog
Tables of Contents can be completely configured
Presentation properties dialog
See all the properties of your current presentation and quickly modify the properties of any slide
Select the default style to be used when creating new tables of contents or agendas
Current Version: 3.2.0
Release Date: Dec 2019
PowerPoint 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007 for PC – 32/64 bits
Windows 10, 8 or 7
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Even though our products are very easy and intuitive to use, we regularly create new tutorials to show how PowerTOC increases your productivity.
Tutorial #1 – Understanding Main and Section tables of contents (1:10 min)
PowerTOC creates two kinds of tables of contents:
- Main TOCs include slides from the whole presentation. Therefore you can only have one Main Table of Contents on each presentation (usually at the beginning)
- Section TOCs include only slides until the next Section TOC. You will usually place them at the beginning of each section of your presentation
Tutorial #2 – Formatting and applying styles
PowerTOC lets you format your tables of contents and agendas so that they look exactly like you want. Once you have obtained the desired the look and feel you can save the design as an style. Styles are a great way to maintain the consistency of your presentations, ensuring that they comply with your organization templates and standards and they also save time because you can apply them automatically when you create a new table of contents or agenda
Tutorial #3 – Table of contents options
On this tutorial we present the options available for the tables of contents of your presentation; what slides to include and exclude, numbering of slides, adding links and managing long tables of contents. We will also show how to modify individual slides so that they appear on the tables of contents exactly as you need to and finally, how to manage the whole presentation using the presentation properties dialog