PowerPoint Things Everyone Should Know...


Dear {!name_fix},

Have you ever noticed that PowerPoint is a lot like a Rubik's cube?

Rubik's cube

Where you can invest hours of your precious time solving the puzzle and still end up with only two frustrating things:

Frustration #1: A pile of sweat and tears
Frustration #2: A few colors lined up

And the insult upon injury is...

You then hear about Colin Burns who holds the world record for solving the Rubik's cube puzzle in...

5.25 seconds!

Well, in many ways that same thing is true in PowerPoint and my good friend Taylor from Nuts & Bolts Speed Training is your Colin Burns.

Taylor Croonquist

While many people invest hours of their time developing their layouts, Taylor can show you how to achieve the same results in minutes (sometimes seconds.).

Take cropping photos for example...

How long would it take you to crop and resize 6 different photos into a consistent size and shape for your presentation?

5 minutes? 10 minutes? An hour?

Taylor can do it in less than 10 seconds, no joke!

Why am I telling you this?

Simply because Taylor has pulled together a free mini-series that the Indezine community can now join for free and learn some of his best tricks for solving that Rubik's cube that we all call PowerPoint.

You can use the link below to sign up for Taylor's free training.

>> Join the Free PowerPoint Training

Get Now

The mini-series includes 4 Weird-Little PowerPoint Hacks that will save 40 hours of sweat and tears this year in PowerPoint...

And learn a bunch of speed training techniques in the process.

To join for free, simply click the link below and enter your email address to get started.

>> Free Training - Crack PowerPoint Open Like A Rubik's Cube



P.S. The picture cropping trick Taylor is known for (he showed it at Presentation Summit in New Orleans too) is also in this mini-series, so if you have to cop lots of photos, definitely check this mini-series out. Click here to join for free.

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