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Open and Close Tabs of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

March 16, 2020

Open and Close Tabs of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

When launched, PowerPoint 2019 for Windows typically opens with Backstage View. If you want to create a new presentation, you can do so using the New tab. If you want to work on any of the already created presentations, you can open them by using the various options in the Open tab. In this tutorial, we explore two of those tabs: the Open and the Close tabs.

Learn about file opening and closing options within Backstage view in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows.


Open and Close Tabs of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

March 13, 2020

Open and Close Tabs of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

When launched, PowerPoint 365 for Windows typically opens with Backstage View. If you want to create a new presentation, you can do so using the New tab. If you want to work on any of the already created presentations you can open them by using the various options in the Open tab. In this tutorial, we explore two of those tabs: Open and Close.

Learn about file opening and closing options within Backstage view in PowerPoint 365 for Windows.


What is Your Body Language Saying About You?

March 13, 2020

What is Your Body Language Saying About You?

Your body language, nonverbal cues, tell a lot about how you perform at a job, career and on stage as a public speaker. Research suggests that nonverbal cues are more important than verbal ones. I came across one study that spoke about body language comprising 55% of the force of any response, whereas the verbal content only provides 7%, and “paralanguage,” or the intonation, pauses, and sighs given when answering or speaking, represents 38% of the emphasis.

Read more with Sandra Schrift.


Simple Quizzes in PowerPoint

March 12, 2020

Simple Quizzes in PowerPoint

Creating a quiz in PowerPoint can be fun. You can use a quiz after a business presentation as an excuse to give away gifts to those who provide the right answers. Or you can use a quiz for children in elementary school. Whatever your aim, creating a quiz in any version of PowerPoint is fairly easy and intuitive.

Read more here.


Open and Close Tabs of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

March 12, 2020

Open and Close Tabs of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

When launched, PowerPoint 365 for Mac typically opens with Backstage View. If you want to create a new presentation, you can do so using the New tab. If you want to work on any of the already created presentations, you can open them by using the various options in the Open tab. Unlike in Windows versions of PowerPoint, PowerPoint 365 for Mac has no Close tab.

Learn about file opening and closing options within Backstage view in PowerPoint 365 for Mac.


DataPoint, iPoint, and SignageTube: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

March 11, 2020

DataPoint, iPoint, and SignageTube: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

Kurt Dupont is a solution provider who would go out of his way just to ensure he brings out the best when it comes to issues that have to deal with data-driven presentations, data visualization, and digital signage software. He started by working at airports worldwide to set up airport databases and flight information screens. This evolved to become the basis for PresentationPoint. In this conversation, Kurt talks about DataPoint, iPoint, and SignageTube.

Read the conversation here.


SmartArt With Icons from PowerPoint Designer in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

March 11, 2020

SmartArt With Icons from PowerPoint Designer in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

PowerPoint Designer is an amazing feature in PowerPoint 365 for Windows that lets you quickly change how your slides are formatted so that you can present them confidently. But did you know that PowerPoint Designer's features go even further? For example, you can change a bulleted list to a SmartArt graphic, complete with icons. These icons can then be changed, and you can also edit the SmartArt graphic itself with a few clicks.

Learn how you can change bulleted text to SmartArt graphics with icons in PowerPoint 365 for Windows.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: March 10, 2020

March 10, 2020

Consumer vs. Professional Displays for Digital Signage

We first explore the Smarter Slides add-in for PowerPoint, which adds many slide editing abilities. We bring you both video and text conversations with Lennart Wiehler of Smarter Slides. Next, Kurt Dupont of PresentationPoint explores the differences between consumer and professional displays for digital signage.

We then look at the Home tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Windows and Mac, and also in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac. We also learn more about the options within the New tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 and 2019 for Windows. Also, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates featured in the last week.

Stay informed about updated tutorials and happenings related to PowerPoint and presenting.


New Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

March 9, 2020

New Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

When launched, PowerPoint 365 for Mac typically opens with Backstage View. If you are already working on an open presentation, and want to create a new presentation at that point, you can do so using the New tab.

Learn about options within the New tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 365 for Mac.


New Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

March 6, 2020

New Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

When launched, PowerPoint 2019 for Windows typically opens with Backstage View. If you are already working on an open presentation, and want to create a new presentation at that point, you can do so using the New tab.

Learn about options within the New tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows.


New Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

March 5, 2020

New Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

When launched, PowerPoint 365 for Windows typically opens with Backstage View. If you are already working on an open presentation, and want to create a new presentation at that point, you can do so using the New tab.

Learn about options within the New tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 365 for Windows.


Home Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

March 4, 2020

Home Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

What if you are working on a presentation within PowerPoint, and want to create a new presentation, or even open another existing one? The answer is easy: you access the Home tab of Backstage view. When you bring up Backstage view, Home is the default tab.

Learn about options within the Home tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows.


Consumer vs. Professional Displays for Digital Signage

March 4, 2020

Consumer vs. Professional Displays for Digital Signage

Digital signage or dynamic signage is a process of displaying information or adverts through audiovisuals in public places. They are centrally controlled distribution systems that enable digital content to be played back through high contrast screens. Digital signage can be used to pass any information ranging from adverts, drama, documentary, flight, jingles, sports, weather forecasts, and lots more. They can be used to relay one category of information or a wide range of categories.

Read more with Kurt Dupont.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: March 3, 2020

March 3, 2020

Present a PowerPoint Without Laughing?

We bring you the next part of the Presentation Management series. This time we explore Better Storytelling. Rick Altman of the Presentation Summit tells us more about the upcoming conference being held this August in Seattle. We also look at how you can present a PowerPoint without laughing. And we bring you another feature by Jerry Weissman, who talks about a simple set of guidelines for the two most basic types of graphics used in presentations today.

We then look at file types that can be opened in PowerPoint 365 for Windows and Mac. We also look at the File menu and Backstage view in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows, and for both PowerPoint 365 for Windows and Mac. We also find out which file types can be opened in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows. Also, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates featured in the last week.

Stay informed about updated tutorials and happenings related to PowerPoint and presenting.


Home Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

March 3, 2020

Home Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

What if you are working on a presentation within PowerPoint, and want to create a new presentation, or even open another existing one? The answer is easy: you access the Home tab of Backstage view. When you bring up Backstage view, Home is the default tab.

Learn about options within the Home tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 365 for Mac.


Smarter Slides Add-in for PowerPoint: Conversation With Lennart Wiehler

March 2, 2020

Smarter Slides Add-in for PowerPoint: Conversation With Lennart Wiehler

Lennart Wiehler is one of the co-founders of Smarter Ones – the company behind Smarter Slides. He developed his skills as a project manager and PowerPoint enthusiast during his time as a business consultant at KPMG, where he specialized in visualization and reporting systems Lennart always tries to find the best design possible. In his spare time, he enjoys creating websites and online shops. In this conversation, Lennart discusses Smarter Slides.

Read the conversation here.

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Polygon Center Circles for PowerPoint

These special circles have polygon centers: the centers are made of triangles, squares, pentagons, and hexagons! And based on the sides of the polygon, the rest of the circle has that many segments.

Download and use these Polygon Center Circles in your slides for just $4.99


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