PowerPoint Archives (Page 010)
Collection of tutorials on presenting and presentation technologies.
Creating cutouts with perfect edges has always been more time consuming a process than other image editing procedures. If you agree with that observation, you'll love Fluid Mask, a Photoshop plug-in from Vertus, which gives perfect results in minutes instead of hours.
Learn how you can quickly create planets, skies, and entire galaxies in Photoshop with this amazing plug-in...
Learn how you can use this draft stamp...
So what is PowerPoint Live? It's an annual event held in the USA every fall. All sorts of people use PowerPoint to create presentations of every imaginable type -- PowerPoint Live is where all these people get together to learn more and share ideas.
This is just a simple educational presentation on Photosynthesis that we developed in our office as a fun project.
Creating a product-development timeline in PowerPoint is well worth the effort. What exactly is a product development timeline? Simply put, it visually portrays the development process of a product from concept to release.
Atkinson advises the senior leadership of some
of the world's largest companies on how they can
engage the organizational phenomenon called PowerPoint.
In this interview Cliff discusses his book, storyboarding
inside PowerPoint and shares some ideas.
Bevel and Shadow Effect in PowerPoint.
Whatever be the numbers or skills, no one disagrees with the fact that many PowerPoint presentations do fail to leave an impact on the audience. And that's exactly what Jeff Van West tackles in his Effective Presentations tutorial that I'm reviewing. Effective Presentations is a movie-based tutorial that's available both on CD-ROM and an online movie library.
Michael Doyle is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Of Impatica. In this interview, Michael discusses Impatica in education and business, and Impatica's new hardware device -- the Showmate that allows you to project PowerPoint presentations directly from your BlackBerry PDA.
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New Content and Happenings
Echo Swinford is a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP (Most
Valuable Professional). When she's not working on
new media, she is answering almost all the questions
on the PowerPoint newsgroup. In this interview, Echo
discusses her book, the PowerPoint newsgroup, and provides some PowerPoint tips...
Read the interview here...
MediaMazine is a new blog-cum-tutorial section that looks at new media technologies. Already on the site are five Flickr tutorials!
This book extract from Adobe Creative Suite 2 Workflow is an Indezine exclusive with permission from O'Reilly Media, Inc.
The excerpts chosen to be published on Indezine explain image and pixel basics.
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