Slideshare · 5. PPTX · 6. PowerPoint Online · 7. Microsoft PowerPoint. How to View PowerPoint Online · 1. To open your PowerPoint, press F8 (Windows) or Ctrl+Shift+F8 (mac) to open a new window with the Microsoft PowerPoint app, which is installed on most operating systems. 2. After you're on the slide you want to browse, click the Share button on the menu bar located between the header and footer. 3. Click the Share button that's associated with your browser. 4. A new window with the PowerPoint presentation will open. How to Open and View PPTX Online · 1. In the Microsoft PowerPoint app, open the PPTX presentation you want to view. 2. After you're on the slide you want to browse, click the Share button on the menu bar located between the header and footer. 3. Click the Share button that's associated with your browser. How to View PowerPoint Online · 1. Launch your PowerPoint with the Microsoft PowerPoint button located in the upper-right corner of the slide. 2. If you want to view a presentation that is on another computer or device, right-click on the PowerPoint icon on your desktop, and then select Move to other computer. In the Move to other computer window, click Import. Copy the text that was written in the window that appears for an exported presentation. On your computer, open the PowerPoint.pdf file that you want to review. If the file is closed, select the file, and then press Ctrl+C (Command+C on Windows) to copy the text. The text copy will appear in your browser at. Microsoft PowerPoint for Web · 3. Press F9 to open the new Web browser window. Microsoft PowerPoint Online · 4. Select File, then PowerPoint Online on your desktop, and then open the PowerPoint.pdf file that you want to review. Microsoft PowerPoint Peoples · 5. Use PowerPoint Peoples to read and create presentations online. Pep PowerPoint for Web · 6. Microsoft PowerPoint Offline for PCs is a FREE Windows software to create and view presentations offline for Windows 10 PCs and tablets. Microsoft Excel: PDF Viewer · 1. Launch Excel; click Tools > Excel > View or use the shortcut CTRL + V. 2.