Did you know that there are over 1,000 commands in PowerPoint today?
That's right! Actually, 1,031 commands to be precise. That means that working in PowerPoint can feel a lot like this airplane cockpit!
Hence, why a lot of people take what I call the "Cockpit Approach" to learning PowerPoint.
The Cockpit Approach:
Methodically moving from left to right, spending time learning every command, bell and
Just looking at the picture above, you can imagine that this approach takes a long time.
But get this...
Of the roughly 1,032 commands in PowerPoint, 60* of them cover roughly 80% of the tasks you need to accomplish in PowerPoint on a
* By my friend Taylor's count, to whom I'l introduce you in a second.
And that's why I recommend the other approach to learning PowerPoint.
The Speed Training Approach:
Focusing on fast-tracking the commands that drive most of your tasks.
And this is where it gets really exciting if you love saving time!
Because if you take those 60 commands and learn how to shortcut them, you can easily
save 40 hours in PowerPoint this year
Why am I telling you this?
Simply because that's what my good friend Taylor at Nuts & Bolts Speed Training is so good at teaching people how to do and he is
making his new Speed Training course available to the Indezine community for FREE.
To join the FREE Speed Training Course
while it's still available, simply click the link below and enter your email
to get started today.
Free Speed Training Course - Save 40
Hours in PowerPoint
The Speed Training course includes 45 minutes of video training and aims to save you 40 hours this year in PowerPoint.
That means that every minute you invest watching the course could save you an hour of time in PowerPoint this year.
It's not every day a free course like this comes along (particularly one that I would recommend), so if you're into time-saving
PowerPoint hacks, tips and tricks, this is it!
To join while this training is still available, click the link below and enter your email address.
Check out the free speed training