Powerpoint is a software package which allows users to create electronic presentations consisting of a series of slides and pages. After creating a powerpoint, you can either play it in the same tool or export it to a different format to play the presentation as a video. If you want to see the powerpoint presentation on your TV, then you can use a Chromecast to cast the powerpoint from your desktop. Let us discuss more on how to Chromecast Powerpoint Presentations to TV in this post.

How to Chromecast Powerpoint to TV?

Follow the steps below to Chromecast Powerpoint to your TV:

1: Open Chrome browser on our PC.

2: You will find the menu icon on the top right corner of your Chrome browser. Click on it and tap on the “Cast” button.

How to Chromecast Powerpoint Presentations to TV?

Note: Alternatively, you can right-click on your Chrome browser and click on the “Cast” button as well.

Click Cast

3: A pop-up window will open. The Chrome browser will search for available Chromecast devices.

How to Chromecast Powerpoint Presentations to TV?

4: Click on the “Sources” drop-down button. By default, Cast Tab option will be selected.

Click Sources

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Three options available:

  1. Tab: Cast a particular tab to the TV.
  2. Desktop: Cast the entire desktop to the TV.
  3. File: Cast a particular video/audio file to the TV.

5: Click on “Cast Desktop” option.

How to Chromecast Powerpoint Presentations to TV?

6. Now tap over the Chromecast device name to cast the entire desktop.

How to Chromecast Powerpoint Presentations to TV?

You will now able to see your desktop on the TV.

7. Open Powerpoint presentations and start playing the presentation on the TV.

Thus, by following the above steps, you can cast powerpoint to the TV.

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You can also cast Powerpoint presentation from your mobile by screen mirroring your phone using Google Home app. This is one of the best ways of watching Powerpoint presentation on your TV. You can also use other ways like copying the presentation in a USB drive and playing through it.

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