We feature another deck from INSCALE. This time we look at their Showcase slides. We also feature Philip Franta of Beamium again who finds that slideshows can be a great way to capture and validate leads. We then explore Arial, a font that everyone has used. We look at a little history. In the Tutorials section, PowerPoint 2016 users will learn about the Find and Replace Words feature. You can also explore Language Options on the Status Bar and recover unsaved presentations. PowerPoint 2010 users can learn about Research Tools and Translation. Finally, do not miss the press releases and templates of this week.
Have you ever wanted to use animated or non animated gear graphics in your PowerPoint slides? We have just what you need -- these ready-to-use awesome gears will save you tons of time. In fact, if you need to spend an hour or two to animate them, then you will be happy to know that we have included animated variants of all gears.
Using cartoons within PowerPoint slides can be an amazing route to add a light moment or highlight attention towards a strong point. Either way, it is a great concept that is going places as Dan Rosandich discovered much to his delight.
Are you stuck for a word? Do you know a similar word, and want to try your luck using a thesaurus? Did you know that PowerPoint already has a thesaurus that can help? There are several ways to access the Thesaurus in PowerPoint 2010.
OfficeOne Daily Tools, as the name suggests, is an add-in that aims to help you every day when you develop your story in a PowerPoint presentation. The idea for this kind of a product started with knowing how people use PowerPoint daily and where they spend most of their time. Daily Tools is designed to help save time in performing these frequent tasks.
We explored how you can translate text from one language to another in PowerPoint 2010. To make better use of these translation features, you should be aware of the various options available to get just the results you want. In this tutorial, we will simplify these options for you.
We explored INSCALE's Morph presentation a while ago. This time, the folks at INSCALE share their showcase presentation in which their designers combine composition, aesthetics and artistic vision. Again, the folks at INSCALE have pushed PowerPoint's abilities to another limit. I asked INSCALE's Dominic Späth: How do you approach presentations that can be saved and shared as Youtube videos? Also, is there a market for such showcase decks?
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