So I had a user that had requested the Storyboard feature of PowerPoint. I found a couple ways that you could do it. You can install the Visual Studio Community Edition with installing either the Universal Platform Windows development (~8GB) or Office / Sharepoint development (~17GB). That looked rather large install for the feature. Also found another option for enabling the feature, installing the Microsoft Team Foundation Office Integration. That was less than ~1GB. That seemed the better option. So went with that! So if you need some storyboarding powers, the TFS Office Integration seems the easier and faster method to get it going.
Article with links: Storyboard with Visual Studio
Microsoft Team Foundation Server Office Integration: Microsoft TFS Office Integration
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