PowerPoint for Beginners – Program & Animation Basics (Free Udemy Course)

PowerPoint Basics is a free course where you learn basics about the software and its animation features.

What You’ll Learn

  • Understand basic PowerPoint usage
  • Understand how animation in Microsoft PowerPoint work
  • Easily navigate through PowerPoint and learn its basic functionality
  • You will be 100% equipped to easily understand any of my other PPT courses
  • Believe in their skills and be confident while designing

Course Content


  • PowerPoint on PC or MAC (the newer the better, 2016, 2019 or 365)
  • No prior experience or knowledge is required


The target audience for this course is individuals who are new to Microsoft PowerPoint and have little to no experience with the software. Whether you’re looking to add a new skill to your professional portfolio, create engaging videos, impress your colleagues at work, or start your own online business, this course is designed to provide you with the foundational knowledge you need to get started.

This course is completely free of charge, and it’s intended to serve as a prequel to my existing and future premium courses. By providing this content for free, I hope to assist people in getting started with PowerPoint while also providing a resource I can direct people to if they’re new to the software. If you’re looking to become a pro in PowerPoint quickly, this course is your best opportunity to get on the right track.

The course has 2 main goals here which I explain right at the beginning and am completely open about:

  1. I want you to get familiar with PowerPoint and teach you a little bit about the program itself and its animation features.
  2. I want to make sure that in case you are interested in my premium courses but are not sure about my teaching style, and the pace of my lectures, and if you will be prepared enough to enroll in them you will be 100% equipped to do so after taking this course.

At times, individuals have requested that I provide a simple introduction to PowerPoint. I believe that a brief crash course on the subject would be an ideal free resource as it would provide the necessary foundational knowledge to comprehend any subsequent advanced courses.

While all of my courses are beginner-friendly, if you find them challenging, I recommend taking this course first to assess the level of difficulty. If you already possess all the knowledge taught in this course, you are considered overqualified and can proceed to more advanced material.

What this course IS, and what this course ISN’T. Please read to not be disappointed!

  • It is a very basic and brief introduction to the software and its animation features
  • It is very beginner friendly
  • It is aimed at people with little or no prior tech experience or knowledge of PowerPoint
  • It isn’t an advanced PowerPoint course
  • It isn’t a complex, insightful explanation of all PowerPoint features
  • It isn’t suitable for advanced PowerPoint users – if you understand the basics you do not need to take this course

In my opinion, I have effectively conveyed the purpose of this course, its content, and its intended audience. For a more detailed understanding of the topics covered, I recommend reviewing the lecture curriculum where you can explore the various features taught.

Some features I want to explain here:

  • What is PowerPoint, what is it used for, and the difference between its versions
  • Explaining the interface, how to add slides, save presentations, and export them to video
  • Adding & editing shapes, text, and pictures and designing an entire slide
  • Using both transitions and animations including all their types and changed timings
  • Creating an entire animation sequence for a slide
  • and of course some more features along the way 🙂

I highly encourage you to take this course and have some fun inside PowerPoint with me, see you inside!

Enroll now!

Who this course is for:

  • People who are beginners or never used PowerPoint
  • Anyone who would like to learn the basics about the software and its animation features
  • People who are serious about acquiring a new skill set and adding one more design tool to their portfolio.


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