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How to Use Helperbird with PowerPoint Online


Using Helperbird with PowerPoint Online

Helperbird is now compatible with PowerPoint Online, bringing its robust set of accessibility features to enhance your presentation-making process. Ensure you have the latest Helperbird version 115 or above.

Getting Started with Helperbird in PowerPoint Online

Step 1: Open your browser and navigate to PowerPoint Online.

Step 2: Sign in with your Microsoft account and select or create a new presentation.

Enabling Helperbird Features in PowerPoint Online

Step 3: Click the Helperbird icon on your browser to bring up the extension's menu.

Step 4: Verify that you're using Helperbird version 115 or newer, as shown at the bottom of the extension menu.

Making the Most of Helperbird's Tools

Step 5: Access a variety of tools such as dyslexia-friendly fonts and color overlays to use in your presentation.

Step 6: Select 'Text-to-speech' within the Helperbird menu and highlight any text on your slides you want to be read aloud.

Step 7: To apply a dyslexia-friendly font, use the search bar in the Helperbird menu to find 'Font', then select from options like Lexend or OpenDyslexic.

Step 8: For visual ease, turn on 'Overlay' in the Helperbird menu and choose a color that best suits your needs for viewing the presentation content.

Finalizing and Presenting

Step 9: Save your presentation in PowerPoint Online after making edits with Helperbird to ensure all modifications are retained.

Step 10: Your personalized Helperbird settings are just a click away on the extension icon, ready to be applied to any of your PowerPoint Online presentations.

Follow these instructions to make PowerPoint Online a user-friendly platform for your presentation needs with Helperbird's help.

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If you have any queries or face any issues while using Helperbird with PowerPoint Online, our support team is here to assist you.

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“After using Helperbird I can't say enough positive things about it. This extension has truly transformed my online reading experience. Whether it's adjusting font sizes, reducing eye strain with the gray filter, or using the dyslexia-friendly fonts, Helperbird offers a range of features that cater to individual preferences and needs. The customizable color options and text alignment have also been incredibly helpful for personalizing my browsing. And the speed reading feature? It's a game-changer! Overall, Helperbird is a versatile, user-friendly tool that enhances accessibility and makes online reading a breeze. Highly recommended!”

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