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There are 1.2 billion Microsoft Office users worldwide, and Microsoft Word is easily the most commonly used word processor. Sharing and collaborating using Word files is easy and increasingly common. Here are a couple of ways you can get your hands on a copy of Microsoft Word.

Free Online Office Apps

Microsoft Office apps are available for free from the Office website. All you need to do is select the icon for the app you want to use. Choose from Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote. You need a Microsoft account to gain access. If you don’t have an account, create one for free. After logging in, you can choose to create a blank document or choose from hundreds of templates. One of the best things about the online version of Microsoft Word is that it automatically saves your work for you. If you’re familiar with Word, the online app looks very similar. Along the top, the ribbon includes all the basic tools, but the free online app doesn’t have everything you get with the purchased Microsoft Word processor. You can copy and paste, insert images, add links and format your text. One of the perks of using online Microsoft Word is you can invite others to review and make changes to your document in real time. If you need Word for just the basics and don’t want to pay for a copy on your PC, the free online app is the way to go.

Download from Microsoft Website

If you want to purchase a license to use Word on your desktop or laptop, you can do that by visiting the Office store to download a copy of Word for one PC or Mac. The current version is compatible with macOS or Windows 10. Make sure you have enough free space on your hard drive for the program before installing. You need 4GB of disk space on a PC and 10GB on a Mac. You also need internet access and a Microsoft account to download a copy of Word.

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Word Combination Generator

The Word Combination Generator is a text permutation tool. Enter up to 2 words per field, one word per line. Click "Generate" and the generator will generate all possible permutations of the words you entered and show them below the form.

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Word sketch – collocations and word combinations

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Word Sketch —  collocations and word combinations

The word sketch processes the word’s collocates and other words in its surroundings. It can be used as a one-page summary of the word’s grammatical and collocational behavior. The results are organized into categories, called grammatical relations, such as words that serve as an object of the verb , words that serve as a subject of the verb , words that modify the word etc. The words which will be included in the analysis are defined by rules written in the sketch grammar that detects potential collocations.

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display or hide scores, frequency, change sorting, activate clustering

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screen details – display search parameters and link to word sketch grammar

visualisation – display collocations as diagram

favorites – bookmark this word sketch for easy access

move this column to a different position

display all sentences or examples from which collocations in this column were collected

only keep this column and hide the others

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use this word as the search word for other tools

How to use the word sketch

Visit the related Quick start guide or watch this video .

Hover the mouse over icons, controls and other elements to display the tooltips. Click the highlighted words to learn about the functions and settings.

Word sketch tooltip

What makes the word sketches unique?

Large modern corpora can contain billions of words with thousands of instances of each word. This makes it unrealistic to look at each concordance line. The word sketch solves this problem. Words surrounding the search word are processed by the word sketch and displayed in a compact, easy to understand format and organized from the most typical to the least typical collocations. The following word sketch was generated from over 9 million instances of the word team .  It shows the search word, its frequency, its collocates sorted into grammatical relations, the frequency of each collocate, typicality score, the most frequent representation of each collocation and a local menu with links to other tools.

Display this word sketch in Sketch Engine (login required) Display a similar word sketch in an open corpus (no login required)

word sketch - collocations of team

Working with the columns

For practicality, use the icons in the header of each column to reorder, close and display the columns again.  Use the icons next to each collocate or in the header of the column to display the collocates in context as a concordance. To focus on only one column, use the icon which will hide all the remaining columns with one click. Hover the mouse over the icons to display tooltips which explain their functions.

Sorted by the score (typicality)

By default, the word sketch is sorted with the most typical collocations at the top. This is the preferred option for most uses because what is frequent is usually not interesting or useful, but typical is. The logDice score is used for determining how typical (or how strong) the collocation is. Use view options to display the score.

A high score means that the collocate is often found together with the node and at the same time there are not very many other nodes that the collocate combines with or it does not combine with them too frequently. The bond between the node and the collocate is very strong ⇢ strong collocation.

A low score means that the collocate likes to combine with very many other words. The bond between the node and the collocate is weak ⇢ weak collocation.

It is not possible to set a universal threshold between weak and strong collocations because each word behaves differently. The main purpose of the score is to sort the collocates by their typicality or strength, not to decide whether a collocation is weak or strong.

The view options allow sorting by frequency if needed.

How is the score computed

Please refer to Statistics used in Sketch Engine and to Lexicographer-friendly score for the formula. Here is a simplified but sufficiently informative explanation.

Referring to the screenshot above, to determine the strength of the collocation management team compared to other collocations of team , all nouns modified by management are found first. The sketch grammar for English determines which nouns surrounding management should be regarded as the modified nouns. Then, each time management modifying team is found, management gets a plus point. Each time management is found modifying another noun, management is given a minus point. The logDice score is calculated to indicate whether there were many plus points or many minus points. The score is always presented as a positive number.

Interpreting the score

A very high score of the collocate means that there is little competition from other collocates. The node (the search word, the keyword) does not often combine with other collocates. In other words, the competitors are not frequent for either of these reasons or their combination:

A very low score means that there is extreme competition from other collocates for either of these reasons or their combination:

As a result, it is quite common that the most common and frequent words ( new, go, be, small, very ) hardly ever receive high scores as collocates because they are used so often in combination with so many other words that there is lots of competition. Exceptions can exist if the collocation is so extremely frequent and that it beats all its competitors.

Sketch grammar

The sketch grammar is a set of rules written in CQL which make use of POS tags and regular expressions to define which tokens should be included in each grammatical relation. For example, a subject may be defined as a noun before verb but the actual rule is much more complex defining more specific requirements for both the noun and verb, their relative position and compulsory and optional words between them.

The word sketch does not use any parsing information and a parsed corpus is not needed. However, sketch grammars using parsed corpora can be developed.

Instead of using the sketch grammars developed by Sketch Engine, users can develop their own and apply them to their own corpora but not to the preloaded corpora.

Requirements for the word sketch to work well

POS Tags and lemmas

The word sketch works with a POS-tagged and lemmatized corpus. Parsed corpus is not needed. Universal word sketches are available for corpora without tagging and/or lemmatization, see below.

The corpus has to be tagged in Sketch Engine or with the same tagset as the one used by Sketch Engine so that the tags are the same as the ones used in the word sketch grammar. A custom word sketch grammar has to be used if the corpus is tagged with a different tagset.

A word sketch can also be generated from a non-lemmatized corpus in which case each word form will be treated independently. Thus, using English as an example, a different word sketch would be produced for goes and a different one for went . Such word sketches exist only for languages where lemmatization is not supported by Sketch Engine.

Corpus size

The corpus size itself does not affect the quality of the result, what matters is the absolute frequency of the word for which the word sketch should be generated. At least a few dozen occurrences are required. However,  a minimum of a few hundred occurrences is required for a usable word sketch. To obtain a rich word sketch with lots of collocates, a few thousand occurrences are needed at least. The quality improves with each order of magnitude.

Universal sketch grammar

A so-called universal sketch grammar is used for corpora in languages where tagging and/or lemmatization is not available. The grammatical relations will be simplified to something like noun to the right , noun to the left , verb to the right , verb to the left , or even word to the right , word to the left . Although simplistic, they are a great help when working with large corpora and high-frequency verbs because data coming from thousands of occurrences can be reviewed quickly and easily.

Referencing word sketches

Detailed Sketch Engine manual

THOMAS, James Edward (2015). Discovering English with Sketch Engine  (DESkE) , chapter 9 Word Sketches, pp. 161–176.

Work on word sketch

Semantic Word Sketches ( presentation ). Diana McCarthy, Adam Kilgarriff, Miloš Jakubíček and Siva Reddy (2015). In Corpus Linguistics (CL2015).

Finding Multiwords of More Than Two Words . Adam Kilgarriff, Pavel Rychlý, Vojtěch Kovář and Vít Baisa (2012). In Proceedings of the 15th EURALEX International Congress , Norway, pp. 693–700.

A Quantitative Evaluation of Word Sketches . Adam Kilgarriff, Vojtěch Kovář, Simon Krek, Irena Srdanovic and Carole Tiberius (2010). In Proceedings of the 14th EURALEX International Congress. The Netherlands, pp. 372–379.

Towards disambiguation of word sketches . Vít Baisa (2010). In Text, Speech and Dialogue . Germany, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 37–42.

Word sketch for individual languages

The articles relating to individual languages can be found in the  Bibliography section  (e.g. Arabic, Chinese, Polish, Japanese, etc).

Bilingual word sketches

Kovář, Vojtěch, Vít Baisa, and Miloš Jakubíček. Sketch Engine for bilingual lexicography .  International Journal of Lexicography  29.3 (2016): 339-352.

Vít Baisa, Miloš Jakubíček, Adam Kilgarriff, Vojtěch Kovář and Pavel Rychlý. Bilingual Word Sketches: the translate Button . In Proceedings of the 16th EURALEX International Congress. Bolzano, Italy, 15–19 July 2014, pp. 505–513.

Adam Kilgarriff. Terminology finding, parallel corpora and bilingual word sketches in the Sketch Engine . In Proceedings ASLIB 35th Translating and the Computer Conference , London, May 2013, pp. 129–132.

Read  this blog post to learn more about how the difference between the most frequent and most typical collocations.

Multiword Sketch — collocations with phrases

The multiword sketch is an extension of the word sketch. It processes the left and right context of a phrase and identifies the collocates of each word in the phrase. The collocations are only extracted from sentences which contain the collocation (phrase) in question. In other words, the collocates only come from contexts where the collocation (phrase) is used. Contexts where the members of the phrase are used on their own are excluded. This makes it possible to only display collocates related to a particular word sense or subject.

The multiword sketch can be accessed in two ways:

From the context menu

Locate the collocate you are interested in, click multiword sketch in the context menu.

By typing the collocation in the input form

Type the node and the collocate(s) directly in the input form. Their order is not important. Do not type words which are not a node or collocate(s), i.e. only words which would appear in the grammatical relations in the word sketch.

Multiword sketch

The input must only contain lemmas and only those that can be captured by grammatical relations, i.e. those that qualify as collocations. Typically, articles or other determiners and pronouns should not be included.

Multiword sketch of sugary drink

Multiword sketch for sugary drink

Bilingual Sketch — compare collocations in two languages

The multilingual word sketch displays a word sketch for the word and another word sketch for its translation side by side. This makes it easy to observe the collocations in both languages. This is the English – German multilingual word sketch for dog (Hund) using the English Web 2015 and German Web 2013 corpora.

The corresponding grammatical relations are aligned for easy comparison. Relations are not aligned if:

Bilingual word sketch compares collocations in two languages

Only monolingual statistics from the monolingual Sketch Engine can be displayed. The setting is in the view options visibility to display them. No multilingual statistics are available.

This tools works with any corpora. A parallel corpus is not required.

Word Sketch as a List — combine all collocations into one column

The Word Sketch as a List tab combines all collocations and all grammatical relations into one list. to allow searching, comparing and analyzing all of them together. It is typically used to:

The collocations are presented in the form of word sketch triples which consist of the node as lempos + name of grammatical relation + collocate as lempos , for example:

school-n modifiers of “%w” secondary-j (to be understood as: secondary is a modifier of school )

Any conditions or filtering should be applied to the whole word sketch triple. For example, to list all collocations which are modifiers, the filter should be set as containing the word “modifier”)

This function may take several minutes on large corpora, especially on multi-billion-word corpora.

The results can be sorted by raw frequency, relative frequency (frequency per million) or score.

This tool works with any corpora.

Word Sketch As a List - BNC

The screenshot shows that option containing  find all collocations with “shirt” in the node or collocate position. This also includes words such as t-shirt or sweatshirt because the word “shirt” is a part of these words.

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FREE-WORD COMBINATIONS. Definition of a word-group and its basic features Structure of word-groups Meaning of word-groups Motivation in word-groups. Word-Group. the largest two-facet language unit consists of more than one word studied in the syntagmatic level of analysis. Word-Group.


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Definition of a word-group and its basic features • Structure of word-groups • Meaning of word-groups • Motivation in word-groups

Word-Group • the largest two-facet language unit • consists of more than one word • studied in the syntagmatic level of analysis

Word-Group • the degree of structural and semantic cohesion may vary e.g. at least, by means of, take place – semantically and structurally inseparable e.g. a week ago, kind to people – have greater semantic and structural independence

Free-Word Combination • word-groups that have a greater semantic and structural independence • freely composed by the speaker in his speech according to his purpose

Features of Word-groups • Lexical Valency • Grammatical Valency

Lexical Valency (Collocability) • The ability of a word to appear in various combinations with other words, or lexical contexts e.g. question – vital/pressing/urgent/etc., question at issue, to raise a question, a question on the agenda

Lexical Valency (Collocability) • words habitually collocated in speech make a cliché e.g. to put forward a question

Lexical Valency (Collocability) • lexical valency of correlated words in different languages is different e.g. flower цветок garden flowers садовые цветы hot-house flowers оранжерейные цветы pot flowers комнатные цветы

Lexical Valency (Collocability) • different meanings of one and the same word may be revealed through different type of lexical valency e.g. heavy table, book heavy snow, rain heavy drinker, eater heavy sorrow, sleep heavy industry

Grammatical Valency • The ability of a word to appear in specific grammatical structures, or grammatical contexts

Grammatical Valency • the minimal grammatical context in which the words are used when brought together to form a word-group is called the pattern of the word-group

Grammatical Valency • restricted by the part of speech e.g. an adjective + noun, infinitive, prepositional group a kind man, kind to people, heavy to lift • limited by the inner structure of the language e.g. to propose a plan – to suggest a plan to propose to do smth -

Grammatical Valency • grammatical valency of correlated words in different languages is different e.g. enter the room - войти в комнату

Classifications of word-groups • according to the distribution • according to the head-word • according to the syntactic pattern

endocentric – central member functionally equivalent to the whole word-group e.g. red flower ( I saw a red flower – I saw a flower) exocentric – the distribution of the whole word-group is different from either of its components e.g. side by side, grow smaller, John runs Word-groups according to distribution

Word-groups according to the head word • nominal groups e.g. red flower • adjectival groups e.g. kind to people • verbal groups e.g. to speak well

predicative– have a syntactic structure similar to that of a sentence e.g.John went, he works non-predicative – do not have a structure similar to a sentence e.g. red flower, running John Word-groups according to the syntactic pattern

coordinative – elements of a word-group are coordinated with each other e.g. day and night, do or die subordinative – one member of a word-group is subordinated to the central element e.g. red flower, a man of wisdom Non-predicative and endocentric word-groups

Meaning of Word-Groups • lexical meaning • structural meaning

Lexical meaning • the combined lexical meaning of the component words • BUT the meaning of the word-group predominates over the lexical meanings of its components e.g. atomic weight, atomic warfare

Lexical meaning • polysemantic words are used only in one of their meanings e.g. man and wife, blind man • stylistic reference of a word-group may be different from that of its components e.g. old, boy, bags, fun – old boy (дружище), bags of fun

Structural meaning • meaning conveyed by the arrangement of components of a word-group e.g. school grammar – grammar school

Structural meaning • structural and lexical meanings are interdependent and inseparable e.g. school children – to school children all the sun long – all the night long, all the week long

lexically motivated - the combined lexical meaning of a group is deducible from the meanings of its components lexically non-motivated – the meaning of the whole is not seen through the meanings of the elements Motivation in Word-groups

lexically motivated e.g. red flower lexically non-motivated e.g. red tape – ‘official bureaucratic methods’ Motivation in Word-groups

Motivation in Word-groups • e.g. apple sauce – ‘a sauce made of apples’ apple sauce – ‘nonsense’

Motivation in Word-groups • Non-motivated word-groups are called phraseological units or idioms


5 Free Word Art Generators (2022 Update)

5 Free Word Art Generators (2022 Update)

Online word art generators are used to create word visualizations, providing you with quick insights at a glance.

Colorful word art, featuring the phrase artificial intelligence

Word art may also refer to a text modifying tool, used to transform single words or phrases into a word art picture, like this:

Word art image of the words 'word art' written in a large, bright blue, wavy representation.

In this article, we’ll be discussing word art in the form of word clouds . 

Word clouds or tag clouds are visualizations of the most frequently used words within any given text: reports, speeches, social media posts, emails, product reviews, customer surveys , and more. The more a word or phrase appears within a text, the larger it will appear in your word art.

Create your word art using some of the online word art generators below, or skip ahead to the tutorial to learn how to gather valuable insights from your word art.

Best Online Word Art Generators

Tutorial on how to create your own word art.

It’s fun and simple to create word art. Try one of these top word art generators, free to use and easy to get started with:

Note: The Wordle generator has been discontinued.

MonkeyLearn WordCloud Generator

Create unique word art with MonkeyLearn WordCloud Generator . It’s free, and AI-powered for fast, easy, and comprehensive word art construction with dozens of custom settings.

You can make your own word art in just a couple of steps. Paste text or upload a document; click ‘Generate cloud ,’ and you’re ready to go. Change layout, fonts, themes, and colors for a truly striking word cloud that you can download, print, or use in a presentation. 

Unlike many other word art tools, MonkeyLearn’s AI allows its cloud generator to go beyond single words and recognize word pairs or connected phrases, like “machine learning,” “hundreds of hours,” and “better management decision,” as seen in the cloud above.

MonkeyLearn’s word cloud creator is not only fun and easy to use, but offers real insights into all manner of unstructured text : documents, social media, emails, web pages, and more.

Want to go a step further than text analysis with word clouds. Discover MonkeyLearn’s free sentiment analyzer . is one of the most popular online sites for creating word clouds and allows you to print your word art pictures onto posters, mugs, T-shirts, etc. enables you to create word art in the shape of numbers, animals, festive decorations, and other funky figures. You can paste text, upload a file, or enter a URL to input the words you’d like to use.

It can be a little wonky to navigate through the interface, but offers more options than the average word cloud tool, and you can print your word art right from the page (although you have to pay for hi-def downloads). allows you to paste text or upload a document. One of their most significant advantages is that you can even upload a PDF. Their _‘Wizard’_ button is helpful to make cloud art with ease, as it walks you through the process from start to finish.

Use it to create colorful word art on your computer, tablet, even your smartphone. They offer basic clipart-style shapes, and you can alter the gap size between words to get your cloud looking just like you want.

Tagxedo provides some of the most impressive text integrations – you can look up Twitter handles, RSS feeds, news articles, or search the web for the subject of your choice. It does, however, require Silverlight to run, so you can’t use it with Google Chrome, and it’s still a bit sluggish and rickety in other browsers.

ABCya! creates simple word clouds and offers dozens of fun learning games for kids. Plus, it’s really easy to navigate your way through ABCya! Simply type or paste text, then hit "Create".

You can randomize the cloud and watch your word art morph into a whole new shape. Kids love it because it’s colorful and gets their creativity flowing. It’s an excellent tool for teaching kids about the relationships of essential words to the text as a whole. 

Ready to make your own word art? With MonkeyLearn’s word cloud generator, you can select from nearly endless options to maneuver and manipulate your word art to your liking. It’s super easy to use, and you can gain real insights from your text data. Follow along below to make your word art in just a couple of steps.

1. Upload your data

Go to MonkeyLearn's word art generator , then paste your text or upload a text file.

Text box to enter source text for your word art cloud.

2. Click ‘Generate Cloud’

After clicking 'Generate Cloud' , your word art will appear in just a few seconds.

A word art cloud example in shades of blue and black.

The above word art visualizes a set of reviews about the business messaging app, Slack . Notice how MonkeyLearn’s word cloud tool keeps phrases together and how the size of each word or phrase correlates to the frequency with which each appears in the text. 

Above demonstrates the default font, size, color, theme, display, and word quantity (50 words), all of which you can change in the toolbar.

3. Customize your word art

The MonkeyLearn cloud generator allows you to edit your text right in the browser window.

Click ‘Edit Text’ in the upper left to return to the text box and add or remove words. 

A word art cloud showing 'Edit Text' button.

In the top toolbar, you can change fonts and colors, the size of the words, color schemes, choose a theme, or refresh the page to change the word grouping. 

Word art cloud showing menu options to change text font, size, color, and theme.

There are dozens of options.

Word art cloud in shades of red and pink.

Slide the ‘Words Quantity’ bar in the upper right to change the total number of words that appear in your word visualization.

Word art cloud featuring fewer words in orange and red.

For more in-depth text analysis , take a look at the column on the right. You can see the number of times each word appears in your text and the relevance of each word to the text as a whole. And you can switch to list in order of frequency or relevance. 

At the bottom right, you can do more than word analysis by using other MonkeyLearn text analysis tools: sentiment analysis (to sort words and phrases in your text as positive, negative, or neutral), keyword extraction , and entity extraction .

Word art cloud in shades of purple showing all menu options.

4. Download your word art

Click ‘Download’ in the upper right to download your word art as a super hi-res SVG or PNG image – perfect for printing or displaying in reports and on huge screens. You can also download a CSV file for a list of the most used words in order of relevance or number of appearances.

Go Further Than Word Art

When you have the right tools, word art is easy to make and can be fun, educational, and insightful.

Once you’ve played around with the online word cloud generator, you can dive into MonkeyLearn’s other powerful text analysis tools. Try them for free to see how they work:

MonkeyLearn’s suite of text analysis tools can help you save hundreds of employee hours by automating processes and visualizing your data in real time. 

Get the most out of your text data. Request a demo to learn more about MonkeyLearn’s advanced text analysis tools.

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Random choices is a fun way to present prompts, words and images to your class..

Prompts are useful because they provide a framework or context for the situation. They can be developed into improvisation activities. Words can be used to review grammar and vocabulary and images can easily provide the inspiration for students to create their own stories.

In April of 2016, I previously designed a version of Random Choices in Excel . This in turn was an update of an earlier version in Excel . The Excel file could be inserted into PowerPoint, but at the time I didn’t know how I could create a randomizer in PowerPoint only. Then, the other day I was thinking back to some of my earlier projects and I realized that a randomizer could use the same principle as the PowerPoint spinning wheel.

Watch the video demo below to see how Random Choices works in PowerPoint.

Watch the video tutorial to see how to edit and use the template. The video run-time is 1 minutes and 49 seconds.

Download the template.

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Click on the image (above) or follow the link (below) to download the template.

Download the random choices powerpoint template.

The template consists of a single slide. Beneath the slide there are three topic lists and each topic list contains space for 10 words. During the slideshow, the words appear in the three windows when you click on the spin buttons.

Editing & Using the Template

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Ways to use a randomizer in class

Vocabulary review.

Using the Random Choices as a way to review vocabulary that has been recorded over the duration of the course. Add 10 words, 10 phrases, and 10 sentences to the text boxes and ask the students to recall their meanings.

Starting Questions

Choose 3 topics and write down several ‘starting questions’ for each topic.

For example, if the topic was free time an example question may be:

What did you do on the weekend?

These kinds of prompts can help students speak English from the very beginning of the class. It also serves as a review if you have chosen questions that appeared throughout the course.

Story Prompts

Add names, locations and situations to the words list.

Spin the words and assign a combination of prompts to a student or group and ask them to write a short story based on the words they were given.

Role-play Situations

Add names, locations and situations to the words list.

Spin the words to get a random combination, but instead of writing a short story, ask a group of students to work together to create a role-play based around the words they given. The role-play can then be performed after the students have had enough thinking and practice time.

Add verbs, nouns and adverbs to the words list.

Divide the students into groups of 4-5 students. Ask one student from each group to look at the random word combination. The students then return to their groups and act out the words/situation with gestures.

Alternatively, ask one students from each group to come to the front of the class with their backs to the projector screen. The other members of their groups have to act out the words/situation using gestures.

The group that guesses the situation first wins a point.

Whisper Chains

This activity is useful for practicing grammar structures.

Add subject, conjugated verb and object to the words list.

Divide the students into 2 or 4 groups. Each group forms a line with student at the front (closest to the board) holding a piece of chalk or a marker.

Show a random combination of words to the students at the back of the lines. They think of a sentence and whisper it to the person in front of them, who in turn whispers it to the person in front of them until it reaches the person at the front of the line.

The person at the front of the line then runs to the board and writes down the sentence. The first group with a grammatically correct sentence wins a point.

Customizing the template

You may wish to customize the template to suit the theme of the subject you are teaching or to reflect your students’ interests. Or you may wish that the Random Choices were pictures instead of words. Continue reading if you want to find out how to make these customizations.

Changing the Background

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Follow these steps to change the background image.

Changing the text to images

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If you prefer to use images as prompts instead of words, follow these steps.

Adding more words

Adding more words to the list is possible, but it is involves doing several things. Follow the tips below.

If you have any questions about customizing the template, don’t hesitate to contact tekhnologic.

We’d also like to hear from you if you have any suggestions for using the Random Choices template.

Please leave a comment if you have any ideas you would like to share or if you have any questions about the template., alternatively you can send me a message on my  facebook  page or on  twitter ., thanks for reading and take care.

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Thanks! Amazing tool!!!

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Thanks so so much for sharing such cool resources!!!

This is very cool! I’m trying to think of how to use this to make random dice. Do you think it could be done? I am thinking changing the direction of the flying and make the list images instead of text. What do you think?

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Hi Ladyinmass,

I think it is all very possible. One thing though, if you change the direction of the animation on the text boxes you will need to change their actual position on the slide. So a ‘fly in’ animation with a down direction works because they appear at the top of the slide and move across the window. This wouldn’t happen with an ‘up’ direction as the animation would start below the slide and finish below the slide. So, the word boxes would have to be repositioned above the slide.

You may also find this page useful.

Let me know how you get on.

I’m using this as a number generator for children to practice reading three digit numbers – would love to have two more “columns” so we could go up to five digit numbers!

Hi Natalie,

I am glad you have found this template useful. All templates are free to use and adapt as you wish. Although the easier way to generate a five digit numbers is to place random two digit numbers in two of the columns. It should have the same effect and it won’t require any redesigning.

I hope you will continue to enjoy using it in your classes.

Hi, I want to use this to randomize calling on students in class, but I am struggling with the adding more words instructions. Could you provide a video or some more guidance, please? Thanks!

Hi Anna S, there is a section in the article for adding new words. If you would prefer a video to demonstrate I will try and make one but it will be within the next 2-4 weeks.

If you are looking for something sooner, you could try adapting one of the Lucky Dip templates ( ) – choose either the numbers or conversation topics and just apply it to student names. All you need to do to add new names would be copy and paste a slide.

Let me know your preference.

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Create a Venn diagram

You can create a SmartArt graphic that uses a Venn diagram layout in Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. Venn diagrams are ideal for illustrating the similarities and differences between several different groups or concepts.

Overview of Venn diagrams

A Venn diagram uses overlapping circles to illustrate the similarities, differences, and relationships between concepts, ideas, categories, or groups. Similarities between groups are represented in the overlapping portions of the circles, while differences are represented in the non-overlapping portions of the circles.

A Venn diagram

1 Each large group is represented by one of the circles.

2 Each overlapping area represents similarities between two large groups or smaller groups that belong to the two larger groups.

What do you want to do?

On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click SmartArt .

SmartArt in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab

An example of the Illustrations group on the Insert tab in PowerPoint 2013

In the Choose a SmartArt Graphic gallery, click Relationship , click a Venn diagram layout (such as Basic Venn ), and then click OK .

Basic Venn SmartArt graphic layout

Add text to a Venn diagram

Add text to the main circles

Select a shape in the SmartArt graphic.

Do one of the following:

In the Text pane, click [Text] in the pane, and then type your text (or select a bullet and type your text).

Copy text from another location or program, click [Text] in the Text pane, and then paste your text.

Click a circle in the SmartArt graphic, and then type your text.

Note:  If you do not see the Text pane, you can open it by clicking the control on the left side of the SmartArt graphic.

Text Pane control

Add text to the overlapping portions of the circles

You cannot add text to the overlapping portions of a Venn diagram from the Text pane. Instead, you can insert text boxes and position them over the overlapping areas.

In Excel, Outlook, and Word:

On the Insert tab, in the Text group:

In Excel click Text Box .

In Outlook , click Text Box , and then click Draw Text Box .

In Word , click Text Box , and then at the bottom of the gallery, click Draw Text Box .

Then do the following:

Click and drag in an overlapping circle. Draw the text box the size you want.

To add text, click inside the box and type.

To change the background color from white to the color of the overlapping circle, right-click the text box, and then select Format Shape .

In the Format Shape pane, under Fill , select No fill .

To delete the lines around the text box, with the text box still selected, click Line in the Format Shape pane, and then select No line .

To format text in the text box, select the text, and then use the formatting options in the Font group on the Home tab.

In PowerPoint:

On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Text Box .

Add or delete circles in your Venn diagram

Click the existing circle that is located closest to where you want to add the new circle.

Under SmartArt Tools , on the Design tab, in the Create Graphic group, click the arrow next to Add Shape .

The Create Graphic group on the Design tab under SmartArt Tools

If you don't see the SmartArt Tools or Design tabs, make sure that you've selected the SmartArt graphic. You may need to double-click the SmartArt graphic in order to open the Design tab.

To insert a circle after the selected circle, that will overlap the selected circle, click Add Shape After .

To insert a circle before the selected circle, that will overlap the selected circle, click Add Shape Before .

When you want to add a circle to your Venn diagram, experiment with adding the shape before or after the selected circle to get the placement you want for the new circle.

To add a circle from the Text pane, click an existing circle, move your pointer before or after the text where you want to add the circle, and then press Enter.

To delete a circle from your Venn diagram, click the circle you want to delete, and then press Delete.

Move a circle in your Venn diagram

To move a circle, click the circle, and then drag it to its new location.

To move a circle in very small increments, hold down CTRL while you press the arrow keys on your keyboard.

Change to a different Venn diagram layout

Right-click the Venn diagram that you want to change

Click a layout option in the Layouts group on the Design tab under SmartArt Tools . When you point to a layout option, your SmartArt graphic changes to show you a preview of how it would look with that layout. Choose the layout that you want.

To show overlapping relationships in a sequence, click Linear Venn .

To show overlapping relationships with an emphasis on growth or gradation, click Stacked Venn .

To show overlapping relationships and the relationship to a central idea, click Radial Venn .

Radial Venn

Change the colors of your Venn diagram

To quickly add a designer-quality look and polish to your SmartArt graphic, you can change the colors of your Venn diagram. You can also add effects, such as glows, soft edges, or 3-D effects.

You can apply color combinations that are derived from the theme colors to the circles in your SmartArt graphic.

Click the SmartArt graphic whose color that you want to change.

Under SmartArt Tools , on the Design tab, in the SmartArt Styles group, click Change Colors .

Change Colors option in the SmartArt Styles group

If you don't see the SmartArt Tools or Design tabs, make sure that you've selected the SmartArt graphic.

Tip:  When you position your pointer over a thumbnail, you can see how the colors affect your SmartArt graphic.

Change the line color or style of a circle's border

In the SmartArt graphic, right-click the border of the circle you want to change, and then click Format Shape .

In the Format Shape pane, if necessary, click the arrow next to Line to expose all the options, and then do one of the following:

To change the line style of the circle’s border, select the line styles that you want, such as Transparency , Width , or Dash Type .

Change the background color of a circle in your Venn diagram

Click the SmartArt graphic that you want to change.

Right-click the border of a circle, and then click Format Shape .

In the Format Shape pane, under Fill , click Solid fill .

To change the background to a color that is not in the theme colors, click More Colors , and then either click the color that you want on the Standard tab or mix your own color on the Custom tab. Custom colors and colors on the Standard tab are not updated if you later change the document theme.

To increase the transparency of the shapes in the diagram, move the Transparency slider or enter a number in the box next to the slider. You can vary the percentage of transparency from 0% (fully opaque, the default setting) to 100% (fully transparent).

Apply a SmartArt Style to your Venn diagram

A SmartArt Style is a combination of various effects, such as line style, bevel, or 3-D rotation that you can apply to the circles in your SmartArt graphic to create a unique look.

Under SmartArt Tools , on the Design tab, in the SmartArt Styles group, click the SmartArt Style that you want.

SmartArt Styles group on the SmartArt Tools Design tab

Note:  When you position your pointer over a thumbnail, you can see how the SmartArt Style affects your SmartArt graphic.

Tip:  If you're using PowerPoint 2013 or PowerPoint 2016, you can animate your Venn diagram to emphasize each circle. For more information, see Animate a SmartArt graphic .

Choose a SmartArt graphic

Learn more about SmartArt Graphics

The Shapes group on the Insert tab.

Select the SmartArt graphic.

Click [Text] in the Text pane, and then type your text.

In the Text pane, under Type your text here, select a bullet and type your text.

Note:  You can also open the Text pane by clicking the control.

To insert a text box, do the following:

Drag to draw a text box.

Select the text box and type your text.

Position the text box over the overlapping area of the circles.

Click the SmartArt graphic that you want to add another circle to.

To add a circle from the Text pane, click an existing circle, move your pointer before or after the text where you want to add the circle, and then press ENTER.

To delete a circle from your Venn diagram, click the circle you want to delete, and then press DELETE.

Right-click the Venn diagram that you want to change, and then click Change Layout .

In the Choose a SmartArt Graphic dialog box, click Relationship in the left pane, and in the right pane do one of the following:

Note:  You can also change the layout of your SmartArt graphic by clicking a layout option in the Layouts group on the Design tab under SmartArt Tools . When you point to a layout option, your SmartArt graphic changes to show you a preview of how it would look with that layout.

SmartArt Styles group on the Design tab under SmartArt Tools

In the Format Shape dialog box, do one of the following:

To change the line style of the circle’s border, click Line Style in the left pane, in the Line Style pane, and then select the line styles that you want.

In the Format Shape dialog box, in the left pane click Fill , and then in the Fill pane click Solid fill .

When you position your pointer over a thumbnail, you can see how the SmartArt Style affects your SmartArt graphic.

Animate your Venn diagram

If you're using PowerPoint 2010, you can animate your Venn diagram to emphasize each circle. For more information about how to animate a SmartArt graphic, see Animate your SmartArt graphic .

Click the Venn diagram that you want to animate.

To make each circle in the Venn diagram enter in sequence, on the Animations tab, in the Animation group, click Effect Options , and then click One by One .

Note:  If you copy a Venn diagram that has an animation applied to it to another slide, the animation is also copied.


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What is Presentation Tools

Presentation tools are software applications that enable users to visually present ideas or share knowledge. These presentations are delivered in a slide-show format using a combination of text, images and other graphic elements.

Presentation software is frequently used to pitch an idea to investors , present proposals to clients , introduce new products or services to customers, train staff on new policies or ideas , or teach your students new or complex concepts.

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Best Presentation Software Visme

Visme is one of the most complete presentation software available online.

Making professional presentations is easy and straightforward. Pretty much everything can be customized or moved around. That's not all that Visme can do, though.

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You can also use Visme to create other visual content, such as infographics, reports and interactive charts. There are tons of customizable templates that come built-in with the software.

Visme can be used for free to test it out for as long as you want. With a free account, you can create up to three projects.

To access all of Visme's capabilities, you can upgrade to one of the paid plans .

If you're a nonprofit organization, you may qualify for a discount. Visme also offers separate Education plans for students and teachers.

Ease of Use

Visme is quite easy to use. Switching from slide to slide is a breeze, and you can even save a slide in the slide library to reuse later.

The editor comes with a handy sidebar that lets you browse graphics and data tools and drag and drop relevant ones onto your slides. You can also use the search bar to quickly find what you need. The dynamic fields feature ensures you don’t miss out on any critical information. With single click, you can easily update content throughout your presentation.

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Visme is perfect for small and large businesses, marketers, project managers, educators, content creators and so much more.

Template Options

The template options in Visme are extensive and varied in style. From minimalistic to photographic, there are many presentation styles to pick from.

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You can also start with a blank canvas, add new blank slides to existing presentation templates, and save custom slides to use later as your own templates.

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When selecting the best tools for presentations, the visual capabilities and creative design elements should be a top consideration. Visme’s graphic library includes thousands of free icons, illustrations, stock photos, videos , 3D graphics , audio clips, charts and graphs to include in your presentations.

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The best part is that every graphic asset that comes built-in with the Visme editor is fully customizable. Resize, rotate or change colors to fit your brand, content and theme.

Videos and GIFs

It's easy to insert or embed videos and GIFs inside a Visme presentation. Browse a selection of animated illustrations and characters to make your presentations engaging.

Adding audio to a presentation is easy on Visme. Either along with a video or as the audio on its own. You can also record a voice over.

Another great option is accessing our Presenter Studio to record a video of yourself presenting your content. You can turn on your camera or record audio only before sending a link to your audience. This is a great way to present asynchronously or save your presentation for people to view again and again.

Embed Third-Party Content

There is more content that can be embedded into Visme presentations, like polls, quizzes , forms and any content that can be turned into code to insert in an iframe.

You can also take advantage of several integrations to embed even more engaging and interactive content into your slides.

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With Visme, you can animate your content and create interactive experiences such as:

Features inside Visme presentations can be animated, and we also have a number of seamless slide transitions that make your content pop, like "Enter from Side" or "Staggered Fade."

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If you want to make your content even more dynamic, you can access our Custom Animation feature. This is perfect for creating video presentations or making your elements look like they're floating on your slide.

Desktop or Cloud

Visme is an online cloud-based app that can be easily used on your computer. We also provide a desktop app that you can download and use outside of your regular browser for seamless content creation.

And if you need to create content on-the-go? You can easily edit existing projects right from your mobile device or tablet!

Visme offers a wide selection of data widgets that allow you to creatively visualize statistics and figures in the form of gauges, clocks, pictographs and icon arrays.

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Finished presentations can be viewed offline in four different formats.

The best option is to download it as an HTML5 file. That way it will maintain all the animations when opened on Google Chrome, even without internet. Downloading as an HTML 5 file is a premium feature. Presentations can also be downloaded as a collection of JPG or PNG images, as a PDF or as an editable PowerPoint file.

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Visme's brand design tool makes it easy to keep all of your content on-brand regardless of who's creating it. It works in three easy steps:

Then boom! All of your content will always have the same branding, helping increase brand strength and recognition.

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Once a presentation is finished, it can be shared to social media seamlessly right from the editor. It can also be downloaded.

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Presentations on Visme can be published privately with password protection so that only the people you want can access it. It is advisable to only use strong passwords for this purpose. There are a few free password managers that could help you do that and keep your account secure .

Visme’s analytics is what makes it stand out as the best tool for presentation. When a presentation is shared via a live link, it can be analyzed for views and sharing.

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Access in-depth analytics that show you how much of your presentation is typically viewed, for how long and which slides seem to be the most popular.

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You can add a signup form to your presentations to collect leads that could potentially become clients. Simply head over to our  Advanced Settings tab before sharing your project and turn on  Requires Registration to collect emails from each person who views your content.

Best Presentation Software Prezi

Prezi offers a great alternative to the traditional presentation format that goes slide by slide. The creative idea behind Prezi is you can create an animated, non-sequential flow with topics and subtopics that are hidden until you zoom in.

While Prezi's interface can be slightly complicated to use, it's a good option for people who need to add a creative touch to their presentations.

Prezi is free for basic capabilities and limited templates.

For the paid plans, there are three tiers.

There are separate plans available for students and teachers.

Prezi has a slight learning curve, but once you create a couple of presentations, you get the hang of it. However, it doesn't offer too much customizability inside the templates.

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Businesses and educators who are in need of a different style of presentation. Prezi offers a “conversational style” of zooming and moving around between information. So, who Prezi is for really depends on who needs this sort of presentation style.

There are plenty of templates to choose from, and you can also start from scratch. The templates are different in color and style, but the idea of zooming into topics and subtopics is the same.

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The assets library has some icons and shapes available, the usual ones like arrows and buttons. Premium plans get access to over 80,000 icons and 500,000 images.

Videos can be uploaded or embedded from YouTube. Embedded videos are not viewable in offline mode. GIFs aren’t supported.

Voice over can be added in premium plans.

No other content can be embedded into Prezi presentations.

Prezi is all about animations between topics and subtopics. The presentations themselves are viewed as animations.

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Prezi is a cloud app but can be accessed to view offline with premium plans.

Available to Create on Multiple Devices

Prezi presentations can only be created on a computer but can be viewed on all devices.

Prezi for teams is available upon demand and has a Slack integration.

Brand Kits are only available with Prezi's team plans, but each presentation can be customized to fit your brand with color customizations and some available fonts.

Prezi presentations can be shared to social media via a special share button at the top-right of the Prezi page. They can be shared to LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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Prezi presentations can only be downloaded from the Prezi app. There are two options, as an EXE file for PC and a ZIP file for Mac. Presentations can then be viewed without internet connection or the need to connect to the Prezi app.

Presentations are public unless you have a paid account.

Analytics are available with premium accounts but it only applies to Prezi presentations you share via a link to someone.

There are no lead generation capabilities with Prezi.

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Best Presentation Software Google Slides

Google Slides is the presentation software available via your Google account. Just like you can create documents and spreadsheets with Google Docs and Sheets, you can create presentations with Google Slides.

The Google Slides interface.

The setup is very similar to PowerPoint and is free to use for anyone with a google account. There is a business version called G Suite, which includes the same things with more storage and management capabilities.

Google Slides is free to use for anyone with a Google account. All features are available to everyone.

There are plans for business accounts so that teams can be created and information can be managed in a more organized way. Plans start at $6/user/month and go up to $18/user/month.

Compared to other examples of presentation software, Google Slides is very easy to use. The controls are very similar to Google Docs and Sheets.

Editing a presentation in Google Slides.

Business professionals, educators and students who need fast and easy access to a presentation software that can get things done.

There is a general collection of templates, but there are not very many. Presentations can also be started from scratch.

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The graphic assets are average and simple. The shapes are classic and generic. Photographs can be uploaded from your desktop, your Google Drive, a URL or searched online.

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Videos can uploaded with a YouTube link or from Google Drive. GIFs can be added just like images.

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Anything from your Google Drive can be added in. Also there are some available “add-ons” that can be integrated for icons, stock photography and audio.

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Elements inside each slide can be animated and so can the transition between the slides.

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Google Slides is a cloud-based program.

Google Slides can be used fully on any device with their respective apps for Android and iPhone. Presentations can be edited and viewed on all devices.

Collaborating with other people is easy with Google Slides

There is no brand kit feature.

Presentations can be shared via email or link.

Sharing in Google Slides.

Google Slides can be viewed offline with a Chrome Extension and the use of Backup and Sync.

Presentations can be shared privately, but there are no password capabilities, only invitations.

Analytics and Lead Generation

These features are not available.

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Keynote is the native Apple presentation software — one of the original PowerPoint Alternatives. Anyone with an Apple ID can use the Keynote editor. It is the most similar to PowerPoint and also Google Slides.

Keynote is free for downloading and also accessing via the cloud with an apple ID.

If you know how to use PowerPoint or Google Slides, Keynote is a breeze. This feature makes it stand out as one of the best tools for presentation.

The Keynote interface.

Keynote is good for businesses, educators and anyone who needs a practical presentation software.

The templates are limited but come in standard or wide sizes. Templates can also be found outside of Keynote and uploaded into the program.

Templates or themes in Keynote.

There are plenty of classic symbols and icons available which are also customizable in terms of color and gradient. Images can only be added from your computer.

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Videos are not embeddable in Keynote slides but that is sorted with a plug-in like LiveSlides. GIFs can be added as .gif images.

You can upload existing audio files in Keynote to play on specific slides. There's also an option to record your own voiceover to create a narrated presentation.

Including these is not available

Slides and objects can be animated in a number of ways, including path creation, scaling, bounce or jiggle effects, and more.

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Keynote is available on both desktop and cloud.

You can create keynote presentations on any apple device and PC.

Keynote presentations can be downloaded as .pdf or as .pptx to view offline.

Keynote presentations can be collaborated on via a link or email with permission settings set to “can make changes”.

Collaboration features in Keynote.

Brand Kit, Share to Social Media, Analytics and Lead Generation

None of these are available on Keynote.

Presentations are private until shared and there is no password protection capabilities.

5 Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint templates.

This list wouldn't have been complete without the most popular presentation software in the world. Even though there are tons of more advanced presentation tools out there now, PowerPoint is still a favorite of many because of its familiarity, ease of use and availability.

The desktop-based PowerPoint program is part of Microsoft 365, which has different plans for businesses that start from $6/month and go up to $22/month.

You can download PowerPoint online for free on any device, including on mobile.

Most, if not every, computer user knows how to work a PowerPoint. The traditional sidebar interface is easy to use simply because it's familiar. But for people who are using PowerPoint for the first time, there might be a slight learning curve.

Creating a presentation in PowerPoint.

Businesses, individuals, students, teachers and anyone who uses a Windows PC or device. PowerPoint is also a good fit for people who want to create simple, conventional presentations, and aren't looking for fancy new features or capabilities.

There are dozens of themes that come built-in with PowerPoint, and there are all customizable so you can play around with the styles.

You can browse stock images, icons, stickers and more by searching for relevant keywords in PowerPoint's graphic library.

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Videos and GIFs can be uploaded from your computer. You can also embed videos from YouTube and other online sources. However, this feature is only available to Windows users.

You can upload audio files from your computer. You can also record audio directly inside PowerPoint, and edit the settings for playback.

You can embed files created in other Microsoft Office applications, such as charts created in Excel, or any other programs that support Object Linking and Embedding (OLE.)

There are tons of animation and transition options available in PowerPoint, which can actually get confusing at times. However, if you know your way around these options, it gets easier to create a professional-looking slideshow.

There are both desktop and cloud versions of PowerPoint available.

You can download the PowerPoint mobile apps on both Android and iOS devices.

It's possible to share your presentation with specific people.

Sharing a PowerPoint presentation.

Brand kits are not available, but you can save custom themes.

Presentations cannot be shared to social media.

You can download your PowerPoint presentations in various formats, including PPTX and PDF. This makes it easy to access them on any device offline.

You can mark your presentations as read-only to prevent users from editing the file.

This feature is not available in PowerPoint.

The Ludus home page.

Ludus is one of the best-looking presentation tools available online. The main attractions with Ludus are the clean black screen to edit on and the amount of integrations that give importing capabilities for all sorts of content. From photography, to .svg to code builds.

Ludus starts at $14.99/month for teams of 1-15 people. Team that need more licenses are encouraged to contact for more pricing information. Ludus does offer a 30-day free trial.

Ludus is quite easy to use and includes lots of keyboard shortcuts. It is easy to learn how to use and pretty straightforward. It seems to be easier for designers than for non-designers to use.

The Ludus interface.

This presentation software is geared more towards designers or business owners who have some design knowledge to totally be able to use the broad capabilities.

There are no templates to choose from. You have to start from scratch or use smart blocks that you can create to use over and over easily. Smart blocks are kept in their own library.

Ludus has minimal in-house graphic assets like simple shapes, but the integrations are epic. You can import .svg icons and edit them inside Ludus quite easily. Photos can also be imported via Unsplash, Instagram, Facebook or uploaded.

Uploading graphics to Ludus.

Videos and GIFs are easily imported via the integrations like YouTube, Vimeo, Giphy and more.

Uploading videos to Ludus.

Audio can be embedded as an audio file from SoundCloud, Dropbox and other integrations.

You can pretty much embed anything into Ludus. The integrations are impressive and there are also iframe and HTML options.

Embedding third-party content with Ludus.

Internal elements can’t be animated but there are so many integrations that animations can be done in different ways.

Ludus is a cloud-based app. No need to download anything.

Presentations can only be edited on computers. Finished presentations can be viewed on all handheld devices that have access to the internet via a URL link.

Collaborations are possible with the team plans. This includes live collaboration, workspaces and more.

With collaborations, smart blocks and the Brandfetch integration, a brand kit can be organized quite easily. But it’s not an internal feature.

How to set up a brand kit in Ludus.

Finished presentations can be easily shared to social media straight from Ludus.

Sharing a presentation in Ludus.

Ludus presentations can be downloaded as .pdf or .html to be viewed offline.

Pro Plans have password protection.

There are no analytics or lead generation capabilities available in Ludus.

The Slides home page.

Slides is the only presentation software which promotes itself as being “pixel perfect” as the editor includes a built-in grid to help with composition. Slides has a lower cost at the highest price tag which is good for smaller businesses.

Slides is free to use, but finished presentations will be public and available to see and copy in the Browse / Explore tab.

The paid plans start at $5/month and go up to $20/month for features like unlimited collaborators, privacy, shared media library and Google Analytics.

Slides is very easy to use, the editing board is minimal but all tools are at easy reach. No need to get confused with Slides. There are no templates so presentations are built from scratch.

The Slides interface.

Small business owners or startups. Individuals that know what they want and don’t need templates to help them along. Also for developers because it has HTML and CSS building capabilities.

Slides has a very limited template library with just a handful of different options to choose from.

The available shapes and icons are common and minimal. Photos have to be uploaded or imported from a URL.

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Videos and GIFs are easy to add. Videos can be uploaded or linked and GIFs can be uploaded as .gif or .mp4 as video.

Including audio is not possible with Slides.

Anything with code can be added in an iframe.

Embedding third-party content with Slides.

All elements and features can be animated to fade in, fade out etc. Length of duration can be customized.

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Slides is a cloud-based presentation software that can only be used online.

Slides can be used on the computer and handheld devices. To edit and to view.

Paid plans have very capable collaboration possibilities. Users can leave comments with feedback for the creator to review and make edits.

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There is no set section for a brand kit but branded decks can be created and then cloned to use as a template.

Yes, quite easily.

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A Slides presentations can be downloaded as a ZIP file with an .html file inside that can be viewed offline on any browser.

Privacy and Analytics

Possible with paid plans.

This is not possible on Slides.

8 Slidebean

Best Presentation Software Slidebean

Slidebean is an easy-to-use presentation software with interesting templates and customizable content blocks.

The highlight of this presentation software is that it uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help you put together the best possible slide layouts and configurations. They also have a team of experts that can both write and design your pitch deck for you if you don't want to take the DIY route.

The free plan has limited capabilities but it's enough to see how Slidebean works. To export your presentation, you'll need to upgrade.

There are three price levels from $8/month to $19/month to $149/month. The last one is the Founder's Edition plan, which includes help from the experts on your presentations.

If you choose to get their help on your presentation design, it starts at $29 per slide or $1,999 for the full project.

Slidebean is quite easy to use. You can choose between templates or start from scratch. Adding content is simple and to the point from a popup.

Editing can be done in outline or design mode. The editing is limited to how the content blocks are set up, but there are lots of choices. There's no free size changing or moving around.

Best Presentation Software Slidebean

Startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs.

There are plenty of template options. They are organized in sections and niche. The template collection has presentations by known brands like Snapchat and Buzzfeed.

Best Presentation Software Slidebean

There are plenty of icons and images to choose from. However, there are no shapes, but icons can be used as shapes.

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GIFs can be added via the Giphy integration in a content block. Video can be added in the paid plans.

There are no audio capabilities.

The code snippet content block has lots of options so a lot of different kinds of third-party content can be added in.

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Content blocks and their elements can be animated with a couple features.

Slidebean is an online program on the cloud.

It can be used to edit or view on any device.

Collaboration is possible in the paid plans.

This feature is available in the paid plans.

Sharing to Social Media

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Slidebean presentations can be exported to download as both .pdf and .html files to view offline.

This feature is not available.

Analytics are available in the paid plans.

9 Zoho Show

Best Presentation Software Show

Zoho Show is a presentation software that mimics Microsoft PowerPoint in the way it is set up, with a menu up top for all the actions. However, Zoho's version is much nicer and polished.

Zoho is a complete CRM for businesses and the company offers different types of apps for teams and office use — Zoho Show is only one of their programs.

Creating a presentation with Zoho Show is free for up to 5 users. For more professional features and storage, paid plans start from $3/user/month, paid annually.

Zoho Show is pretty easy to use. The content blocks can be chosen as themes but they can also be moved around freely and resized. The presentation can be viewed in three ways, with a handy grid view to see all slides next to each other.

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Businesses, entrepreneurs, educators and students. Anyone who needs to make a presentation.

There aren’t exactly templates, but there are themes. These do not come with images or lorem ipsum but are more like visual canvases that can be customized in terms of color, layout and more.

Best Presentation Software Show

The shapes are pretty good, there are quite a bit to choose from. An added bonus is the possibility to draw shapes or scribble anything yourself with the trackpad.

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Videos can be added via the YouTube integration and GIFs can be added as an image.

Audio can be added via Soundcloud with an embed code.

There are a number of sites that are supported via Embed codes but not that many. Zoho Show says that you can ask your needs to be added in the permitted list.

All elements and transitions can be animated.

Best Presentation Software Show

Zoho Show is a cloud bases program and can be broadcast from anywhere and on any device. The live broadcast includes a chat window and the audience can download the presentation if they want to.

You can only create presentations on a computer.

Teams can easily use Zoho Show, even in the free version.

Custom branding is only available in the highest paid plan.

Sharing to social media is not possible unless downloaded as a PDF file and then uploaded to something like SlideShare.

Best Presentation Software Show

Presentations can be downloaded as .pptx or .pdf files for offline viewing.

Yes, this is possible on all plans.

Analytics are possible on the paid plans.

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Best Presentation Software is a presentation software that helps you create great-looking slides with the help of Artificial Intelligence. This means that your presentation will look professional every single time, regardless of who designs it. currently offers a Pro plan at $12/month and a Team plan at $40/month, both billed annually. They offer a 14-day free trial to test out their tool.

This is probably the best thing about — it's incredibly simple to use. All you need to do is add smart slides, plug in your content, and choose from different preset layouts.

Of course, that also means that you have limited customization options. But if you're looking for a simple solution and you don't trust your design skills, this may be a good option for you.

Best Presentation Software is a great tool for absolute beginners and non-designers who are looking for a no-nonsense presentation software.

For example, startups and entrepreneurs can use this software to create a nice-looking pitch deck or proposal quickly without any design help.

There are a handful of slide themes available, but they're mostly basic in terms of design. You can play around with the layouts inside each theme to put together a unique presentation.

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The graphic assets library comes with a bunch of free stock photos and icons to choose from, but the options are pretty limited.

Videos and GIFs can be uploaded from your computer. You can also import videos from YouTube and Vimeo to embed in your slides.

Audio can be uploaded from your computer.

It's not possible to embed third-party content into presentations. However, you can add interactive links to your slides.

Each slide comes with a preset animation style that you're unable to customize. However, you can change the speed, timing and triggers for the animations. is a cloud-based application.

The software only works on your desktop computer.

You can invite people to collaborate on your presentation by either giving them "view" or "edit" access. Collaborators must have a account to view or edit the presentation.

While there's no brand kit feature available, you can customize a theme (colors and fonts) and save it to your library to use in future presentations.

There are several options to share your presentations. Send an email invite, share a public or private link, generate an embed code or share directly to social media.

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You can export your presentations to PDF or PowerPoint to view offline.

There is no password protection, but you can use the Secure Viewing option to only share your presentation with other users via an email invite.

This feature is only available in the paid plans. You can access a number of viewing and usage statistics for your presentations.

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11 Genially

A screenshot of Genially's website.

The main idea behind the Genially presentation software is interactivity.

This program is good not only for presentations and video presentations, but also for other visual graphics. It’s great for adding a modern, interactive feel to your presentations.

There is a free plan in Genially, which gives you unlimited creations but limited resources.

There are two types of paid plans; education and business. The education plans start at $1.25/month and go up to $20.82/month, billed annually. The professional plans start at $7.49/month and go up to $79.15/month, billed annually. You can also ask for custom plans by reaching out.

Genially is easy to use if you are accustomed to programs with lots of choices. There is a lot that can be done with the features in Genially.

Any change can be applied to all slides with a single click of the button in the menu. When editing, there is a "design view" and a "layers view."

A screenshot of the Genially interface.

Professionals and educators of any field who can benefit from interactive presentations.

There are plenty of template options. Some are free and some are only available via the premium plans. Presentation templates are also available as "video presentations."

A screenshot of Genially's templates.

The graphic assets in Genially are quite varied; there is plenty to choose from. Images can be uploaded or found on the Pixabay integration.

A screenshot of graphic assets available in Genially.

Videos can be added via a YouTube link and GIFs can be imported with the Giphy integration.

Audio can be uploaded from your computer, added via SoundCloud and a couple of other integrations, or recorded directly in Genially.

Third-party content can be added to your presentations with Genially integrations. For example, you can add an interactive map via Google Maps.

A screenshot of third-party embed options in Genially.

All elements can be animated, as can the transitions between slides. Animation effects are quite extensive. There is a similar tab called “interactivity,” which are pop-ups and hyperlinks supplied with lots of button choices.

A screenshot of animation capabilities in Genially.

Genially is a cloud-based presentation program.

This program is only available to edit on computers but can be viewed on any device.

It seems that a professional plan allows 5 team members, but the pricing plan shows that all plans have collaborative capabilities. Collaborators can be added in the dashboard where  all creations are stored.

Brand kits are available in the premium plans. It is an internal feature with easy access.

Finished presentations can be shared to social media.

A screenshot showing how to share presentations in Genially.

Finished presentations can be downloaded as a set of .jpg images, as a .pdf or as an .html5 file which will keep all animations.

Premium plans have these features.

This is not available in Genially.

Last updated on February 4, 2022.

Best Presentation Software Canva

Canva is not only a presentation software but also a full editing program for all visual needs. Presentation creation is only one of the possibilities with Canva. It has become a favorite with bloggers and home-based businesses.

The free version of Canva is pretty extensive.

The only restrictions are the use of premium resources that can be either bought separately or through the Canva Pro plan. Canva Pro is charged at $12.99/month or $119.99/year.

Canva is easy to use as all elements are easy to find and are mostly customizable. Presentations are viewed scrolling; there is no master view and you can’t change something on all slides at once.

Bloggers, small home-based businesses and startups

There are lots of customizable template options, and each slide inside the templates can be used individually.

Best Presentation Software Canva

There are plenty of options in the graphic assets library, including shapes, icons, photos, frames and stickers. Some are free, while others are paid.

Best Presentation Software Canva

Videos and GIFs can be uploaded to Canva.

You can add music to your presentations using the available options inside Canva.

Canva offers dozens of integrations and media embed options, including YouTube, Google Maps, Vimeo, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter and more.

There are several animation options that apply to entire slides inside Canva. You can also add animated stickers to your slides.

Canva is a cloud-based app. Presentations can be seen on any device.

Canva is available as an iPhone app and an android app for editing capabilities.

Presentations can be shared for editing with team members.

Best Presentation Software Canva

Canva Pro has a brand kit feature.

Best Presentation Software Canva

Presentations can be shared on Twitter and Facebook.

Best Presentation Software Canva

Presentations can be downloaded as a group of .png or .jpg images or as a .pdf. You can also download it as an MP4 video for offline viewing.

All designs on Canva are private unless they are made public or shared via a link. There is no password protected sharing though.

These features are not available in Canva.

13  FlowVella

Best Presentation Software Flowvellla

FlowVella is a downloadable presentation software that can be used offline. The main attraction of FlowVella is the Kiosk Mode, in which you can create interactive presentations like the ones used in museums or information counters at malls or hotels.

FlowVella is free to try out. You can use it free forever but the options are limited and the finished presentations has a watermark.

FlowVella is pretty easy to use, and the controls are straightforward and uncomplicated.

Best Presentation Software Flowvellla

This presentation software is for professionals and educators that need to be able to create presentations offline. Also for those who can take advantage of the Kiosk Mode.

The template options are quite varied and well designed.

Best Presentation Software Flowvellla

The graphic assets library is very limited. Photographs and images need to be uploaded from your computer.

Videos can be uploaded or found via YouTube, iCloud and Dropbox integrations when online. GIFs can be added as images.

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Audio can be uploaded from your computer, or added via iCloud or Dropbox.

You can add PDF files.

Only the transitions are animated minimally.

This is a desktop-based application. It must be downloaded.

There are iPad and device apps available for editing on those devices as well.

Paid premium plans can work with teams.

Brand kits are not available.

Presentations can be shared on Facebook and Twitter.

Since this is a desktop application, offline viewing is not a complication.

These features are available in the paid plans. Analytics can be viewed once the presentation has been published online.

best presentation software - flowvella analytics

This feature is not available on FlowVella.

14  Haiku Deck

Last updated on October 8, 2020.


Haiku Deck is a presentation software that is straightforward with a simple interface that makes quick and practical presentations. Presentations can be created on the computer and on mobile devices.

Haiku Deck can be tried for free with one available presentation. The Public plan is USD 7.99 a month, Pro plans are USD 9.99 a month billed annually and USD 19.99 billed monthly, and Premium plans are USD 29.99 a month.

Haiku Deck is quite easy to use and menus are easy to follow. There are word size limiters and specific text placement choices for each slide. Charts are simple to create and can be customized. The editor can be connected via cloud to all devices. The new addition, Zuru, is an Artificial Intelligence system that creates creative presentations from simple PowerPoint files or outlines.


The Haiku Deck presentation software is geared mostly at educators and classrooms. Businesses and bloggers can also use it for practical purposes.

Templates on Haiku Deck are more like an inspiring collection of photographs for a specific niche with some suggestions on where to place the text and what charts to include.


The available graphic assets library in Haiku Deck are millions of photographs, numerous font choices and charts and graphs.


YouTube videos can be embedded easily in a Haiku Deck. GIFs cannot be added to Haiku Decks but a finished presentation can be turned into a video or into a GIF.

Narrations and voice overs are easily recorded on a presentation in Haiku Deck.

Only videos can be embedded.

Features can't be animated in Haiku Deck

Desktop or Cloud / Available to Create on Multiple Devices

Haiku Deck is a cloud-based app that is available for editing and viewing on your laptop and also as an app on phones and tablets.


Haiku decks can be downloaded as .pptx files for offline viewing.

Presentations can be easily shared to social media from the editor.


Haiku Deck offers team possibilities upon request.

There is no brand kit, but you can add your logo to the finished product.

Pro and Premium plans have private and password-protected capabilities


Premium plans have analytics for who has viewed your presentations.

Emails cannot be captured with Haiku Deck but slides and presentations can be sent with invitations to your existing email contacts.

15  Microsoft Sway

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Microsoft has its own alternative to PowerPoint — Sway.

This online presentation software is completely different from PowerPoint and introduces a new concept of building "Sways" instead of "presentations."

Sway is free to use for anyone who has a Microsoft account.

It's super easy to use Sway and kind of fun too. It has a non-traditional storyline editor, which lets you add "blocks" of content that the software configures into layouts.

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Sway is mostly for people who don't want to spend too much time designing a complex presentation. For example, students and nonprofit organizations.

There are several templates for different purposes, such as photo slideshows, sales trainings and even personal portfolios.

You can upload your own media or search from various sources inside Sway, including Flickr and Bing Images. There are no shapes and icons included.

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You can upload videos from your device or embed from YouTube.

You can add audio to Sway by uploading or dragging and dropping the audio file onto your storyline from your computer.

You can embed images, videos, maps and other content from tons of websites, including Google Maps, Soundcloud, Twitter, Facebook and more.

Sway automatically adds animations to your slides. You cannot change or customize them; you can only increase or decrease the level of animation added to your Sway.

Sway is an online, cloud-based software.

Sway works on any device with an internet browser.

You can invite people to view or edit your Sway presentation.

Sway presentations can be shared directly to Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

You can download your Sway as a Word or PDF file to view offline.

There is no password protection available, but you can choose to share your Sway with specific people, anyone with a link or only people in your organization who have a link.

You can view reader statistics for your Sway if you have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription.

This feature is not available in Microsoft Sway.

Looking for a Presentation Software?

The best presentation software for you depends on your budget, needs and number of users. If you're looking for an easy-to-use presentation maker that also comes with unique features that you won't find in most other tools, Visme might be a great option.

You can look for the right pricing plan for your needs and even apply for a discount if you're a nonprofit organization. And if you just want to try out Visme to see if it's a good fit, sign up for a free account and use it for as long as you like — no strings attached.

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