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12/07/2016 12:36 AM

PowerPoint World Maps in Circles - 01

This collection of world maps is all circled! Each continent is a collection of circles that overlap each other or stay adjacent. Circle-style maps make your slides look different and simpler. You get six styles of fills in both Standard and Widescreen aspect ratios. All colors used are Theme aware, and each land area is a separate group – easily accessed via the Selection Pane in PowerPoint.


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Power-user for PowerPoint: Conversation with Keith Bortoluzzi

Keith Bortoluzzi partnered with Olivier de Saint Louvent to create Power-user, an add-in for PowerPoint. They are both strategy consultants, who work on a daily basis using PowerPoint. They understand how important it is to make an impact on clients and managers, but also how time-consuming it can be. This is why they developed features to help users create visually attractive presentations while


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

vMaps' Auto Color Feature: Conversation with Jamie Garroch

Jamie Garroch, CEO of GMARK Ltd., founded the company in 2009 to provide presentation professionals with PowerPoint software, content and training. Jamie uses PowerPoint for most of his graphic needs -- for everything from designing logos to creating web banners and even printed marketing collaterals. He also uses PowerPoint as a programming environment to create custom programming procedures


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

MapPrez: The Indezine Review

MapPrez is a PowerPoint add-in that enables you to insert maps, and add place locations as labels directly on inserted maps. All these actions can be done through a dedicated MapPrez tab in PowerPoint's Ribbon. All maps are sourced from Google -- and you can thus insert brilliant satellite and cartographic imagery with a click or two. In addition, MapPrez lets you superimpose vector maps on top


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007 and 2010: Ungrouping Maps in PowerPoint

In a previous tutorial I showed you how to download vector map files from the Microsoft Office website. In this tutorial you'll learn how to ungroup these files. Our example looks at a map of the United States of America that also shows each individual state -- your map may be different but the principles explained below will be useful. With your downloaded file ready, follow these steps to place


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007 and 2010: Downloading Maps from the Office.com Site

One of the most frequently asked questions in the PowerPoint forums is about having access to a map of the United States of America on a slide that has each state available as a separate selectable shape. In this tutorial you'll learn how to do just that by first downloading a suitable map clip art file from Microsoft Office.com website.Learn more here...Categories: maps, office_online,


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Netmaps: Conversation with Carles Enric Lopez

Carles Enric Lopez is CEO of Netmaps, SA -- a Barcelona, Spain based company. He has a degree in Geography from the Universidad de Barcelona (UB) and the University College of London (UCL). In addition, he holds a Master in Demography (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ) and is a Postgraduate in Urbanism (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya).In this conversation, Carles Enric Lopez talks about


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