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You’ve Got 8 Seconds: Conversation with Paul Hellman

Paul Hellman

Paul Hellman consults and speaks internationally on how to make your point fast–so you get heard & get results. His clients include BIC, Biogen, Boeing, MIT/Sloan, and NASA. He is the author of Naked At Work: How to Stay Sane When Your Job Drives You Crazy. His columns and commentaries have appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and on public radio and TV. CNBC.com has published over 100 of his fast tips. In this conversation, Paul talks about his new book, You’ve Got 8 Seconds: Communication Secrets for a Distracted World.

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Gears for PowerPoint (Series 01)

Gears for PowerPoint (Series 01)

Have you ever wanted to use animated or non animated gear graphics in your PowerPoint slides? We have just what you need. These ready-to-use awesome gears will save you tons of time. In fact, if you need to spend an hour or two to animate them, then you will be happy to know that we have included animated variants of all gears.

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Identify 32-Bit or 64-Bit in PowerPoint and Office 2016 for Windows

Identify 32-Bit or 64-Bit in PowerPoint and Office 2016 for Windows

Sometimes, you want to know whether you are running a 32 or 64-bit version of PowerPoint or Office. Yes, if you are running a 32-bit version of Windows, then there’s no ambiguity in the fact that you have to be running a 32-bit version of Office. But if you are running a 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows, you may be running a 32 or a 64-bit version of Office. Luckily, it’s easy to identify 32-bit or 64-bit if you know where to look.

Find out whether your PowerPoint and Office 2016 version is 32 or 64-bit.

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Slide Show View in PowerPoint 2016 for Mac

January 18, 2018

Slide Show View in PowerPoint 2016 for Mac

Have you created all your slides, and now you want to show it in front of an audience? Or you just want to use this slide deck in a webinar, or even see them yourself to understand how they look in full-screen view? In that case, the view that plays your presentation in full-screen mode is Slide Show view.

Learn about Slide Show view in PowerPoint 2016 for Mac.


Articulate 360: Conversation with Tom Kuhlmann

January 17, 2018

Tom Kuhlmann

Tom Kuhlmann is Chief Learning Architect for Articulate where he writes the Rapid E-Learning Blog which is published weekly to over 150,000 readers. He led the development of Articulate’s 500,000 member e-learning community and is known throughout the industry for his practical, no-nonsense approaches to e-learning. And his core focus is on helping people succeed and grow as they learn to build eLearning courses. In this conversation, Tom talks about Articulate 360, a subscription offering from Articulate that contains their software applications.

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Share Option in Backstage View in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows

January 17, 2018

Share Option in Backstage View in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows

Among the tabs within Backstage view, we have already explored the Open, New, and Save, tabs. In this tutorial, we will explore the Share tab, that has options to share the current presentation through the cloud via OneDrive, or to present online using the Office Presentation Service. You can also email the presentation as an attachment, a link, a PDF or XPS file, or fax it! Finally, you can publish slides to a SharePoint site.

Learn about the Share option in Backstage View in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows.


Why You Should Never (Ever) Memorize Your Presentation

January 16, 2018

Abu Ghaidah

I get it. Memorizing your presentation seems like a good idea. After all, every presentation you give is an opportunity for you to show off what you got in front of people that matter. Naturally, you’re planning to do everything you possibly can to reduce your risk of flopping in front of your audience, as a good presenter should. Sadly, however, expectations don’t always meet reality.

Read more in this post by Yousef Abu Ghaidah.

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