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Learn PowerPoint for iPad: AutoSave

July 24, 2015

Learn PowerPoint for iPad: AutoSave

Desktop versions of PowerPoint let you choose where you want to save your files. They also prompt you to save your files if you close PowerPoint without saving your changes. Well, there is no such Save option within PowerPoint for iPad. Why? That's because most of the time, PowerPoint on the iPad will continuously auto-save your file as you make changes. It will also push these updated, saved versions to your cloud location. So essentially you open a file, make changes, and then open a second file. You may not be aware, but the first file is saved on its own when you open the second file! Would you like a more conventional approach where you are prompted to save your file? You can do that by turning off the AutoSave option that is enabled by default.

Explore how AutoSave works in PowerPoint for iPad.


Clichés: Light Bulb Pictures

July 23, 2015

Clichés: Light Bulb Pictures

If someone wants a visual to express a bright idea, chances are they will use a picture of a light bulb! And probably there are thousands of people who decide to use that picture of a light bulb for the same reason – and that's made it a visual cliché! Can you imagine that a search for the term “bright idea” on Google Images got us almost nothing but light bulbs? OK - now one has to wonder -- does a bright idea concept even visualize as something other than a light bulb? On the other hand, does a light bulb represent anything other than a bright idea?

Explore alternatives for visual clichés pertaining to the light bulb.


Learn PowerPoint 2007 for Windows: Curved and Straight Line Segments

July 22, 2015

Learn PowerPoint 2007 for Windows: Curved and Straight Line Segments

A line (outline) in PowerPoint contains both points and segments. In this tutorial, we will show you how segments (the line area between one point and another) work. We will also explore the two types of segments: straight and curved. You can edit these segments and also convert a straight segment to a curved segment and vice versa in PowerPoint 2007, as explained in this tutorial.

Learn about Curved and Straight line segments in PowerPoint 2007.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: July 21, 2015

July 21, 2015

PowerPoint and Presenting News: July 21, 2015

We get you a new diagram set -- this time you can download and use Bucket Graphics. This is also our first set that has the SlideProof add-in integrated, so that you can drag buckets of all types from your PowerPoint Task Pane onto your slide! We also highlight our popular PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts and Sequences ebook. PowerPoint 2013 users will enjoy learning how you can insert pictures straight from your online OneDrive and Facebook accounts. We also have a bunch of tutorials on PowerPoint Online, the version that you can use in your web browser! And PowerPoint 2007 users can learn about editing points in shapes. Finally, don't miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

Read Indezine's PowerPoint and Presenting News.


Learn PowerPoint for iPad: Remove Places

July 21, 2015

Learn PowerPoint for iPad: Remove Places

Once you add a Place in PowerPoint for iPad, you may want to remove it. This is especially true if a friend or colleague temporarily added their OneDrive or Dropbox location to work on an urgent file using your iPad or iPhone. Fortunately, it’s easy to remove a Place, as explained in this tutorial.

Learn how you can remove Places in PowerPoint for iPad.


PowerPoint Infographics: Bucket Diagrams

July 20, 2015

PowerPoint Infographics: Bucket Diagrams

Bucket diagrams are so expressive, useful, and direct in the message they provide. Yes, these diagrams have everything to do with buckets and the water they contain. While the buckets themselves represent a source or destination, the water represents the financial liquidity. Buckets show items in a distribution, they represent the flow of things, or show collections of items. An empty bucket can indicate the capacity to which it can be filled. A bucket pouring water in another could represent distribution. You can have buckets that are full, empty, or somewhat full. And you can also pour the water from one bucket to another!

Download and use these graphics to create your own bucket diagrams.


Learn PowerPoint Online: Open PowerPoint File

July 20, 2015

Open PowerPoint File in PowerPoint Online

Editing a presentation uploaded on OneDrive is easy, and you have two choice. You can open and edit a PowerPoint file in PowerPoint installed on your computer or within PowerPoint Online. In this tutorial, we'll explore how to open a PowerPoint file within PowerPoint Online.

Learn how to open a PowerPoint file within PowerPoint Online.


Learn PowerPoint 2010 for Windows: Commenting and Collaborating with PowerPoint Online

July 17, 2015

Commenting and Collaborating Between PowerPoint Online (Web App) and PowerPoint 2010

While collaborating on a presentation with someone else, there will be times when you want to give and receive feedback without actually editing the slides themselves. In situations such as these, the Comments option works very well. We earlier learned how to Add, Edit, or Delete Comments within the PowerPoint 2010 (desktop application). In this tutorial we'll explain how to use commenting and at the same time collaborate between PowerPoint Online and PowerPoint 2010.

Learn how to use commenting and collaborating between PowerPoint Online and PowerPoint 2010.


Learn PowerPoint Online: Open PowerPoint File from OneDrive within Desktop Application

July 16, 2015

Open PowerPoint File from OneDrive within Desktop Application

All your PowerPoint files which are uploaded, created, or saved on OneDrive can be edited anytime -- right within the PowerPoint Online web app that runs within your browser. But that's not the only way you can edit these PowerPoint files. Yes, OneDrive also provides you the option to edit it within PowerPoint desktop applications. In this tutorial we'll first explore how to open a file in your PowerPoint desktop applications from within OneDrive. You will need to have the latest versions of PowerPoint installed on your Windows or Mac operating systems.

Learn how to open a PowerPoint file in PowerPoint desktop version from within OneDrive.


Learn PowerPoint Online: Uploading PowerPoint File to OneDrive

July 15, 2015

Learn PowerPoint Online: Uploading PowerPoint File to OneDrive

OneDrive is a cloud offering from Microsoft that at its basic level, is completely free for anyone to use. The only requirement is that you need to have a Microsoft account. Thereafter OneDrive allows you to share your files with anyone or everyone. Having said so, you first need to upload the file to OneDrive.

Learn how to upload a PowerPoint file to OneDrive.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: July 14, 2015

July 14, 2015

PowerPoint and Presenting News: July 14, 2015

We begin with an interview with Kurt Dupont of PresentationPoint, who discusses their Dynamic MUSIC add-in for PowerPoint that lets you bring in your playlists in your slides. We then announce the names of 5 winners of the Indezine Snagit giveaway! There's also a review of Xara's Photo & Graphic Designer 11 -- we show how you can use this program to create graphics for PowerPoint! PowerPoint 2013 users will enjoy reading an entire series of tutorials on Online Video. And PowerPoint 2007 users can learn about the Edit Points option that lets you modify Shapes. Finally, don't miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

Read Indezine's PowerPoint and Presenting News.


Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Insert Picture from Facebook

July 14, 2015

Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Insert Picture from Facebook

PowerPoint 2013 enables you to insert online pictures in more than one way -- we explored these various options in our Insert Online Pictures in PowerPoint 2013 tutorial. This is the last tutorial of this series, and we'll learn how you can use the Facebook option to insert pictures which are uploaded within your Facebook account.

Learn how to insert pictures using Facebook in PowerPoint 2013.


Dynamic MUSIC: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

July 14, 2015

Kurt Dupont

Kurt Dupont, based out of Belgium heads PresentationPoint, a company that creates several amazing PowerPoint add-ins. After his Computer Science studies, Kurt started with Andersen Consulting (Accenture nowadays) in Brussels. After 3 years he moved to the Brussels Airport Terminal Company that runs the Brussels airport - this last placement inspired the start-up of Take-off (now known as PresentationPoint) in 1998. In this conversation, Kurt discusses Dynamic MUSIC, an add-in that lets you play music tracks and playlists in PowerPoint.

Read the conversation here.


Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Insert Pictures from OneDrive

July 13, 2015

Insert Pictures from OneDrive in PowerPoint 2013

Our next option within the Insert Online Pictures in PowerPoint 2013 series of tutorials is exploring how you can insert pictures from your OneDrive account. Note that you must have some pictures already uploaded to your OneDrive folders for working with this tutorial. Luckily with OneDrive's camera upload options for all phone platforms, most of us possibly already have tons of pictures in our OneDrive folders.

Learn how to insert pictures from your OneDrive account in PowerPoint 2013.


Learn PowerPoint 2007 for Windows: Open and Close Paths

July 13, 2015

Edit Points: Open and Close Paths in PowerPoint 2007 for Windows

The Shapes Gallery in PowerPoint consists various shapes, both open and closed. Most of the shapes in this gallery are closed shapes, for example, a Rectangle, an Ellipse, and a Triangle. There are also a few open shapes such as the straight point to point line. Also, there are some drawing tools let you draw both open and closed shapes -- these are the Freeform Line, Curve, and Scribble tools. In addition, you can convert any closed shape into an open shape and vice versa, as you will learn in this tutorial.

Learn how you can open and close paths for shapes in PowerPoint 2007.


Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Insert Video from Facebook

July 10, 2015

Insert Video from Facebook in PowerPoint 2013

The last option within our tutorials of the Insert Online Video series is bringing in videos from Facebook. There is a prerequisite though -- to insert video from your Facebook account you will first have to add Facebook as a connected Service within your Microsoft account -- this needs to be done only once.

Learn how to insert video from your Facebook account in PowerPoint 2013.

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