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09/18/2017 09:30 PM

PowerPoint and Presenting News: September 19, 2017

We bring you an amazing post by Kurt Dupont who explains in detail how PowerPoint can be used for digital signage. Ellen Finkelstein talks about the 2017 edition of her awaited Outstanding Presentations Workshop series of webinars. Dave Paradi discusses his new Annoying PowerPoint Survey. And Steve Campion of Toastmasters talks about 7 Steps to […]

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09/14/2017 09:00 PM

Data Labels in PowerPoint Charts

Data labels are indications used to quickly identify data series in a chart. There are some essential guidelines that relate to data labels. Data labels are determined from the values you input on the worksheet for the chart. Once you update those values, they get updated automatically on the chart too. You can adjust the […]

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09/11/2017 09:30 PM

PowerPoint and Presenting News: September 12, 2017

Lisa Braithwaite discusses her new book, Presenting for Humans: Insights for Speakers on Ditching Perfection and Creating Connection. Alex Leopold from New York-based Interbrand asks if any of us are violating copyright laws? From UK-based Buffalo 7, James Robinson talks about a new e-book, The Ultimate Guide To PowerPoint. We look at signing into a […]

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09/04/2017 09:30 PM

PowerPoint and Presenting News: September 5, 2017

We first examine working with fonts in PowerPoint. We explore how there are two types of PowerPoint users: those who never change fonts, and those who always do! Did you know that it is possible to export every single slide in your PowerPoint presentation as a separate presentation? And really–you need nothing other than PowerPoint. […]

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08/28/2017 09:30 PM

PowerPoint and Presenting News: August 29, 2017

PowerPoint’s implementation of the Widescreen aspect ratio has changed somewhat over the last few versions. If you work with multiple versions, it is critical that you are aware of these differences. On a related note, we bring back a conversation with Steve Rindsberg about PPTools Resize, his PowerPoint add-in that resizes slide dimensions. We also […]

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08/28/2017 09:00 PM

In PowerPoint, Fonts Matter

Observe people creating PowerPoint decks, and you can easily divide them all into two distinct groups, based on their usage of fonts: Those who never change fonts, and use whatever PowerPoint defaults to. Those who change fonts all the time! People in the former group are those who just need to finish creating their slide […]

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08/21/2017 09:30 PM

PowerPoint and Presenting News: August 22, 2017

Do you know the real cost of presentations? What if you knew that it could be as high as 50+ hours each month? Learn more in this guest post by AlexAnndra Ontra. Adam Chapman, from a design agency based out of Hongkong, talks about his new infographic that looks at Tips to Improve Yourself at […]

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08/16/2017 09:15 PM

Presentation Summit 2017: Conversation with Doug Thomas

Doug Thomas used to review movies and rent you–or your parents–VHS tapes. After working a few months at Microsoft, he had an idea to get other people to create videos about Office. That idea turned into a new job of creating videos and training content for Support.Office.com including the Office 15-Minute Webinars and his current […]

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08/16/2017 09:00 PM

Explore Fonts: Bell MT

In 1788, Richard Austin created Bell, a serif typeface for the British Letter Foundry. Since then, this typeface went through an amazing journey. The typeface faded after its initial popularity with newspaper and magazine printers. Bell did find more favor in the United States during the 19th and the 20th centuries, and it was revived […]

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08/15/2017 09:15 PM

Presentation Summit 2017: Conversation with Julie Terberg

Julie Terberg is an internationally recognized presentation expert. She is the owner of Terberg Design, a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP, and a director of the Presentation Guild. Julie enjoys sharing knowledge and ideas with the presentation community and presents a monthly webinar, “Inspired by Design,” exclusively for Presentation Guild members. She is passionate about designing visuals […]

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