Microsoft began testing the improved mini-toolbar in PowerPoint.

Microsoft PowerPoint on Windows is getting a new adaptive mini toolbar that can help users be more productive. This feature is already running the current channel (preview) version 2005 (Build 12723.10000) or later microsoft PowerPoint for Office Insiders.

Microsoft began testing the improved mini-toolbar in PowerPoint.

The mini toolbar is a simplified version of the full toolbar available near the top of the application window, which has appeared in Microsoft Office 2007. Users can quickly access the commands they use most frequently.

To meet the changing needs of users, the development of this mini-toolbar experience has not actually stalled, and Microsoft has now added three additional buttons at the end of the mini toolbar that are based on the last 20 command operations used to process files. When users switch between commands and tasks, these buttons are automatically updated to suggest commands related to their current task.

Microsoft plans to launch the new adaptive mini-toolbar experience to current channel (preview) users in August. Launched to all Microsoft 365 users should not have to wait too long. If you’re a member of Office Insider, you can submit feedback on Help and Feedback in PowerPoint before you train your product.

Microsoft began testing the improved mini-toolbar in PowerPoint.