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03/27/2017 03:26 PM

Align Shapes in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

When you believe in the freedom of creativity, you may not want to restraint objects on a slide to be aligned geometrically. Indeed, you may want everything placed in an organic, non-aligned manner. Ultimately, the decision to align is influenced by the scenario -- sometimes it works, and some other times, an unaligned bunch of shapes looks perfectly natural and organic. Learn how to align

03/27/2017 03:26 PM

Mark as Final: Adding and Reversing in PowerPoint 2010 and 2007

Yesterday, we put up a tutorial on how you can mark a presentation as finalized in PowerPoint 2010. Today we add three more similar tutorials so that you can reverse the finalization and also do these tasks in PowerPoint 2007:Learn how to apply Mark as Final to a presentation in PowerPoint 2007.Learn how to remove Mark as Final from a presentation in PowerPoint 2010.Learn how to remove Mark as

03/27/2017 03:26 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Mark as Final

Once you create a presentation, you may need to share it. PowerPoint 2010 (and PowerPoint 2007) provide the Mark as Final option that makes your file read-only. I need to add that this is just a deterrent and nothing as restrictive as password protecting a PowerPoint presentation. Mark as Final tries to prevent users from typing, editing commands, and proofing -- all editing options are disabled

03/27/2017 03:26 PM

PowerPoint Repurposing

This article appeared in the erstwhile Presentations magazine dated February 2003. Today, billions of electronic presentations inhabit millions of hard disks in every corner of the world, and more than 90 percent of these presentations were created with Microsoft PowerPoint. Unfortunately, most have a short life span. Typically these presentations are used only once or twice, then filed and

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