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PowerPoint Slides for Color-Blind Audiences

December 5, 2017

PowerPoint Slides for Color-Blind Audiences

Color blindness is some sort of color vision deficiency which results in differences in the way that an affected person sees and distinguishes various colors. It is mostly inherited, but can also be caused due to damage to the eye, nerve, or brain. There is no proven way to change these vision deficiencies. When a color-blind user looks at a PowerPoint slide, he or she might view it differently than other people. Even different color blind users may not see the same slide with the same vision. There are three known varieties of color-blind visions.

Test your slides for color-blind users to see how they appear to them.


Calendar Template for PowerPoint: Conversation with Chantal Bossé

December 4, 2017

Chantal Bossé

Chantal Bossé has been a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP since 2013, and as a presentation & visual communication expert, she spends her time between writing, training, coaching and designing for her clients and speakers. First a scientific, then an instructional designer in telecommunications, she started CHABOS in 2004 to share her passion for visual communications. Chantal and her business partner inspire and empower public speakers and business people to craft and deliver world-class presentations that generate success and results. From story, message, design, delivery, equipment, and event coordination, they help their clients shine in front of their audience. In this conversation, Chantal talks about her calendar template for PowerPoint she created with John Wilson.

Read the conversation here.


Reordering and Removing Ribbon Tabs in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

December 4, 2017

Reordering and Removing Ribbon Tabs in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

The PowerPoint 2016 interface sports the Ribbon, which is tabbed. Each of these tabs contains a set of commands. By default, PowerPoint contains eight such tabs. These eight Ribbon tabs can be customized, and you can indeed add a new Ribbon tab as well.

Learn how to reorder the Ribbon tabs and remove the custom tabs in PowerPoint 2016.


Use Macros and Scripts in PowerPoint

December 1, 2017

Use Macros and Scripts in PowerPoint

This article is not about creating your own macros or scripts to automate PowerPoint. However, if you just want to run any macros or scripts that a friend or colleague shares, then you are on the right page. You can also get many scripts from our PowerPoint VBA Snippets page.

Learn about using readymade VBA snippets in PowerPoint.


Add and Rename Ribbon Tabs in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

December 1, 2017

Add and Rename Ribbon Tabs in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

The Ribbon that you see within the PowerPoint 2016 user interface was designed to make all options easily accessible. To make more options available, you can add more tabs, rename them, and populate them with even more commands, as we will explore within this tutorial.

Learn how to add and rename Ribbon tabs in PowerPoint 2016.


How to Avoid the Four Biggest PowerPoint Color Mistake

November 30, 2017

How to Avoid the Four Biggest PowerPoint Color Mistake

PowerPoint makes it easy to use bright, vibrant colors in a presentation, which can either be good or very, very bad. Used correctly, color can draw attention to important parts of a slide, elicit a desired emotional response, or reinforce a company’s brand identity. But poor color choices can be distracting in ways you might not even be aware of. And any time your audience’s attention is focused where it shouldn’t be, they’re missing your main message.

Some of the most common results of bad color choices in PowerPoint are illegibility, unintentional associations, unclear charts, and the creation of slides that are just plain ugly!

Laura Foley explains more.

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