A useful add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint which enables you to easily add eye-catching, customizable timelines to your presentations.
- Office Timeline
- License :Demo
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Office Timeline, LLC
Office Timeline Description
Office Timeline is an addon for Microsoft PowerPoint that allows you to easily and quickly create custom, great looking timelines.
It’s a simple to use and efficient tool that allows you to generate timelines which can fit in projects that are used in a business, educational or any kind of environment. Office Timeline is easy to install and it seamlessly integrates into the PowerPoint ribbon.
Accessing it, you are able to create new timelines or choose from the many templates that are made available and customize them. ‘Metro’, ‘Modern’, ‘Gantt’ and ‘Phases’ are the main predefined timelines that you can opt to modify to fit your needs. While working on them, you can change the style from one to another without ruining the design.
With Office Timeline, you are guided through a step by step process of creating the timeline. What’s even better about this, is that while you are shown what to do and how, you can actually insert the data that you want your timeline to contain. With a few clicks and pressed keys, you can select color, enter start and end dates, duration percentage, title and choose its shape.
You also get to customize the style of the timeline in depth. It’s possible to choose the color for the timeband and text as well as its font type and size. Elapsed time indicator and daily markers can be set above or beneath the timeline, or hidden completely. For the milestones you can assign different shapes and select their size and spacing type.
If you’re working on a timeline that depicts a very large period, it’s possible to adjust its scale based on intervals such as days, weeks, months, quarters and years, and also select to display specific days.
To sum things up, if you’re looking for a practical way of creating elegant and professional looking timelines for your presentations, then you can certainly try Office Timeline.