How to Import Chinese into PowerPoint Using Word

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Working on my Mandarin pronunciation is very important to me right now; as is keeping my study sessions interesting by incorporating a variety of learning methods into my routine.    As I mentioned in a previous blog post, tone pairs practice is one way to get a real hold on proper pronunciation.  Since I began creating slideshows for this purpose, practice sessions have become more enjoyable to me.  Check out the first five tone pairs practice videos here.  

Perhaps there is an area of study in which a slideshow would benefit you.  In the tutorial below, I will walk you through all the steps to import Chinese into Powerpoint using a Word document.

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