Your presentations, more professional than ever.

See what's new in PowerPoint 2011

PowerPoint for Mac 2011 helps you build and share rich and professional presentations, with engaging new features like narration and presentation broadcast. Then save, edit, and coauthor online.

Photo Editing

Finesse your photos.

Create visually rich presentations by touching up your photos right in PowerPoint. Remove backgrounds or add color filters, all with just one click.

Get Started with PowerPoint for Mac 2011

  • Learning roadmaps
  • Interactive guides
  • PowerPoint 2011 basics

Broadcast Slide Show

Broadcast your slides.

Move beyond the conference room and use the cloud to broadcast your presentations online, with minimal setup time and no special software required. Now, anyone can be “present” for your presentation.

Reorder Objects

Manage layers easily.

Reorder Objects enables you to easily reorder layers of text, photos, and graphics throughout your presentation. This new functionality allows users to intuitively and directly manipulate the layers to achieve more predictable results, without cumbersome clicking and dragging.

Presenter View

Perfect your presentation.

Rehearse, check your timing, or take notes while you present in Presenter View. Use visual cues to keep presenters on time, and integrate enhanced recorded narration and rehearse features.

PowerPoint Online

Access your files anywhere.

Post, access, edit, and share your presentation decks from virtually anywhere. PowerPoint Online combines commonly used Office features and real-time co-authoring capabilities so you can collaborate for free with friends and family on shared presentations.

Coauthoring

Collaborate in real time.

PowerPoint for Mac 2011 enables several collaborators to simultaneously write and edit the same document from different computers in different locations. During a coauthoring session, users can see when updates occur, be informed of presence of the other collaborators, block other authors from making changes to sections they are working on, and work around conflicting changes.