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Rituals Roadmap: Conversation with Erica Keswin

February 19, 2021

Erica Keswin is a bestselling author, internationally sought-after speaker, and founder of the Spaghetti Project, a roving ritual devoted to sharing the science and stories of relationships at work. She helps top-of-the-class businesses, organizations, and individuals improve their performance by honoring relationships in every context, always with an eye toward high-tech for human touch. In this conversation, Erica talks about her book, Rituals Roadmap.

Read the conversation here.


Keyboard Sequences for PowerPoint 2019 for Mac

February 17, 2021

Many users are familiar with keyboard shortcuts for PowerPoint 2019 for Mac, yet there are no real shortcuts for tasks users need to perform all the time. This includes inserting sections, comments, or even SmartArt or aligning or reordering slide objects. Unlike in Windows versions of PowerPoint, where you can quickly press the Alt key to access the menu or even the Ribbon tabs, the Mac versions of PowerPoint provide no equivalent feature. However there is an alternative, and you can learn how to invoke keyboard sequences by accessing your menu bar in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac.

Explore Keyboard Sequences in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac.


Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2019 for Mac

February 16, 2021

Here's the most comprehensive list of PowerPoint 2019 for Mac keyboard shortcuts that we know about. How many of these do you presently use? If you discover a shortcut key not listed here, please get in touch with us through our feedback form.

Explore keyboard shortcuts in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: February 16, 2021

February 16, 2021

We feature Paris Sims first, who talks about his session at the upcoming PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021 event. We also bring you keyboard sequences for PowerPoint 2019 for Windows. PowerPoint 365 and 2019 for Mac users can explore Share options. We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.

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


PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021: Conversation with Amy Balliett

February 15, 2021

Amy Balliett is the CEO and founder of the creative content agency, Killer Visual Strategies (formerly Killer Infographics). She owned her first company, a candy store and ice cream parlor, at the age of 17 before heading off for college. She subsequently built a successful career in SEO and marketing, and headed up SEO at several companies before launching Killer in 2010. In the years since, she has grown Killer Visual Strategies to become the industry leader in visual communication, driving visual strategy and creative content campaigns for global brands including Microsoft, Boeing, Adobe, Nikon, Starbucks, the National Endowment for the Arts, the United Nations, and more. In this conversation, Amy talks about her session(s) at the PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021 being held online on February 18–19 this year.

Read the conversation here.


Share Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2016 for Mac

February 15, 2021

Unlike in PowerPoint versions on Windows, you cannot access Share options in Backstage view within PowerPoint 2016 for Mac. Instead, all share options are accessed via conventional menu options. These options share the current presentation through the cloud via OneDrive. You can also email the presentation as an attachment, a link, or a PDF.

Learn about the Share tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 2016 for Mac.


Keyboard Sequences for PowerPoint 2019 for Windows

February 12, 2021

Many users are familiar with keyboard shortcuts for PowerPoint 2019 for Windows, yet there are no real shortcuts for tasks users need to perform all the time. This includes changing PowerPoint's views or even aligning or reordering slide objects.

Explore keyboard sequences in PowerPoint 2019 for Windows.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: February 9, 2021

February 9, 2021

We start with a feature on displaying real-time data from your PowerPoint slides onto television screens, similar to what you see in airports. This feature is by Kurt Dupont of PresentationPoint. We then get you a special offer to sign up for the upcoming PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021 event, and we also feature Bethany Auck, one of the presenters. PowerPoint users on the Mac and for the Web can learn how to quickly add a cross mark or an X mark in a slide. We covered a similar tutorial for Windows users last week. We also explore adding a check-mark or a tick mark in PowerPoint versions on Windows, Mac, and the Web. We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.

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



PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021: Conversation with Paris Sims

February 9, 2021

Paris Sims tells visual stories that move people. Whether it be conferences, trade shows, or new business pitches, his goal is to create something unique, memorable and to change the way people think about how they deliver information. His career includes stops at PR agencies Edelman, where he served as Art Director, and Golin, where he held the position of Creative Director. He has also had the esteemed honor to work independently on shows for Google, Facebook, and Youtube. In this conversation, Paris talks about his session(s) at the PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021 being held online on February 18–19 this year.

Read the conversation here.


Share Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac

February 9, 2021

Unlike in PowerPoint versions on Windows, you cannot access Share options in Backstage view within PowerPoint 2019 for Mac. Instead, all share options are accessed via conventional menu options. These options share the current presentation through the cloud via OneDrive. You can also email the presentation as an attachment, a link, or a PDF.

Learn about the Share tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac.


Share Tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Mac

February 8, 2021

Unlike in PowerPoint versions on Windows, you cannot access Share options in Backstage view within PowerPoint 365 for Mac. Instead, all share options are accessed via conventional menu options. These options share the current presentation through the cloud via OneDrive. You can also email the presentation as an attachment, a link, or a PDF. Follow these steps to learn more about Share options in PowerPoint 365 for Mac.

Learn about the Share tab of Backstage view in PowerPoint 365 for Mac.


Insert a Cross Mark or X Mark in PowerPoint for the Web

February 3, 2021

Do you want to insert a cross mark, which is also called an X mark, in your slides? Very often, this symbol indicates a task is canceled or a concept is negated or no longer applicable. You may want to add this symbol as part of your regular text in text placeholders and boxes, shapes, tables, and even charts. Fortunately, it is very easy to complete this task in most versions of PowerPoint, including PowerPoint for the Web. There may be slight differences, depending upon whether you are using PowerPoint for the Web in a Windows or a Mac environment, and also upon which browser you are using. Even with these differences, the process is very similar. Using one of these options, you will be able to add a cross mark or X mark in PowerPoint for the Web.

Learn how you can insert a cross mark or X mark in PowerPoint for the Web.


Real-Time Data from PowerPoint on Television Screens

February 3, 2021

Would you be watching screens and channels for a long time when you assume that they are just showing old content on their digital signage television screens? Probably not. People want to see real-time data, accurate information, the latest key performance indicators (KPI), hot news, actual weather information and so on. Without real-time data, digital signage does not make much sense. You can still display your shoes in your shop till the end of the season when it comes to advertising. But in most non-advertising environments, people look at data and info, and that definitely needs to be up-to-date.

Read more with Kurt Dupont.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: February 2, 2021

February 2, 2021

We first feature Gavin McMahon of fassforward who talks about how business storytelling is not the same as conventional storytelling. We also feature David Blatner of CreativePro, who talks about the upcoming PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021, being held online on February 18–19 this year. We then look at adding a cross mark or an X mark in PowerPoint versions on Windows. We also explore adding a check mark or a tick mark in PowerPoint versions on Windows, Mac, and the Web. We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.

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


Insert a Cross Mark or X Mark in PowerPoint for Mac

February 2, 2021

Do you want to insert a cross mark, which is also called an X mark, in your slides? Very often, this symbol indicates a task is canceled or a concept is negated or no longer applicable. You may want to add this symbol as part of your regular text in text placeholders and boxes, shapes, tables, and even charts. Fortunately, it is very easy to complete this task in most versions of PowerPoint for Mac. There may be slight differences, depending upon whether you are using a newer or older version of PowerPoint, but even then, the process is very similar. Using one of these options, you will be able to add a cross mark or an X mark in PowerPoint.

Learn how you can insert a cross mark or X mark in PowerPoint for Mac.


PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021: Conversation with Bethany Auck

February 1, 2021

Bethany Auck owns and operates SlideRabbit, a presentation services boutique. Bethany has been sculpting presentation narrative and concepting visual aids since 2006, originally in service of large corporations and law firms for high-stakes corporate litigation. In 2012, Bethany founded SlideRabbit to bring high-quality presentation design and development to clients in all industries. In this conversation, Bethany talks about her session(s) at the PowerPoint Presentation Design Deep Dive 2021 being held online on February 18–19 this year.

Read the conversation here.

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