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Visme: Conversation with Payman Taei

February 3, 2022

Visme: Conversation with Payman Taei

Payman Taei is the founder and CEO of Visme. Frustrated with the lack of easy-to-use tools to empower non-designers to speak visually, he created Visme, the “Swiss Knife of Visual Content.” Visme is now used by over 10 million businesses, non-profits, and individuals from over 100 countries.

Read the conversation here.


Top 8 Presentation Design Tips for Digital Signage

January 31, 2022

Top 8 Presentation Design Tips for Digital Signage

In today’s highly competitive marketplace, businesses should adopt intensive cost-cutting to stay ahead of the curve. Undertaking as many tasks as possible in-house or yourself is an effective way to cut costs. Professional digital signage services are costly. So, you can reduce operational costs by designing presentations for digital signage yourself. Be it an announcement, a sales pitch, some directions, or even a food menu, you’ll need compelling presentations to convey your message. You can create attractive presentations by combining videos, pictures, and text with eye-catching colors, animations, and transition effects.

Read more with Kurt Dupont of PresentationPOINT.


Add Subscript and Superscript to Text in PowerPoint for the Web

January 31, 2022

Add Subscript and Superscript to Text in PowerPoint for the Web

Do you need to frequently add subscript and superscript formatting to text in PowerPoint for the Web, or even in other Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook? Quite often, this formatting may take a while, and we will explore easier and faster ways to add subscripted and superscripted text.

Learn how you can add subscript and superscript to text in PowerPoint for the Web.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 25, 2022

January 25, 2022

PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 25, 2022

We first look at Microsoft 365 subscriptions. You will learn that there are several subscriptions that are still known as Office 365 and that there are specialized options for the education and government sectors. We also bring you an offer for Present to Succeed, the presentations conference being held virtually in 2022.

PowerPoint 365 for Windows users can learn about setting the proofing language for text, and PowerPoint for Mac users can explore working with Subscripted and Superscripted text. 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.


Harvey Balls in PowerPoint for Windows

January 24, 2022

Harvey Balls in PowerPoint for Windows

Harvey balls are round ideograms or pictograms that show different states of a ball with quarters added or subtracted to attain five states between start and completion. They have been named after Harvey L. Poppel, who started using them in the 1970s. They are often used in business reports, documents, and presentations because they show progressive data at a quick glance.

Learn how you can quickly create Harvey Balls in PowerPoint for Windows.


Microsoft 365 Subscriptions

January 21, 2022

Microsoft 365 Subscriptions

Microsoft 365 is Microsoft’s cloud-based subscription offering that lets you run always upgraded and updated Office applications on the desktop, on tablets and smartphones—and also online. This Microsoft 365 product differs from the perpetual versions of Office, and you can find out more in our Microsoft 365 or Office 2021 article. Microsoft 365 was previously known as Office 365, and some branding may still show up as Office 365. In fact, some editions are still known as Office 365, and not Microsoft 365. We will tell you when the name differs.

Learn about different Microsoft 365 subscriptions.


Add Subscript and Superscript to Text in PowerPoint for Mac

January 20, 2022

Add Subscript and Superscript to Text in PowerPoint for Mac

Do you need to frequently add subscript and superscript formatting to text in PowerPoint, or even in other Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook? Quite often, this formatting may take a while, and we will explore easier and faster ways to add subscripted and superscripted text. We will also look at keyboard shortcuts that make these tasks even easier.

Learn how you can add subscript and superscript to text in PowerPoint for Mac.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 18, 2022

January 18, 2022

PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 18, 2022

Do you want to temporarily install fonts to use them in PowerPoint or other programs? Our video tutorial on Font Loader will help. We also feature Thomas Häger, who discusses the new Heron add-in for PowerPoint that includes features that enable users to produce higher quality presentations in a shorter time. Dan Magill of Toastmasters International shows how you can use your voice to engage your audience when presenting online or in-person.

PowerPoint users for Windows versions can learn how to use subscripts and superscripts in their text. We then explore differences and similarities between Microsoft 365 and desktop versions of Microsoft Office, such as the newly released Office 2021. PowerPoint 365 for Windows users can learn more about Language options on the Status Bar. 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.


Setting Proofing Language for Text in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

January 17, 2022

Setting Proofing Language for Text in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

Do you have a presentation that contains text that needs to be spell-checked in more than one language? Or do you and your client or colleague work with different localized versions of Microsoft PowerPoint? It may be that you use English (US) and color is a perfectly valid spelling, but someone else in another part of the world uses English (UK) and their spell checker suggests that the word color be changed to colour. Or if they use the French version of PowerPoint, then both spellings of color/colour would be flagged as incorrect. They use the term couleur. You first need to have proofing tools installed for all or any of the languages that you need to work within PowerPoint.

Learn how to set proofing language for selected text containers in PowerPoint 365 for Windows.


How to Use Your Voice to Engage Your Audience When Presenting (Online or In-Person)

January 13, 2022

How to Use Your Voice to Engage Your Audience When Presenting (Online or In-Person)

I was watching The Wizard of Oz recently and I suddenly realized what a relief it was to be engrossed in a wildly entertaining movie classic, as opposed to sitting in front of my laptop screen, utterly bored by the latest online meeting. Over the last couple of years, we’ve all been down the Yellow Brick Road of online meetings. At first, it was fun. There were lie-ins and quizzes and bare feet – oh my! However, as time went on, and screen time went up, most of us started to feel less over the rainbow and more Wizard of Zzzzzzzz(oom).

Read more with Dan Magill of Toastmasters International.


Language Options on the Status Bar in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

January 13, 2022

Language Options on the Status Bar in PowerPoint 365 for Windows

When you select any text container such as a text placeholder, shape, or text box in PowerPoint, then you may (or may not) see the language specified for the text container on the Status Bar. However it is quite possible that you may not be seeing any language specified on the Status Bar in PowerPoint 365 for Windows, and this can happen for one of two reasons.

Learn how to make the Language Option visible on the Status Bar in PowerPoint 365 for Windows.


Microsoft 365 or Office 2021?

January 12, 2022

Microsoft 365 or Office 2021?

Microsoft 365, previously known as Office 365 is a well-known brand for Microsoft now. But you may have also heard about their other different, but still similar product offerings such as Microsoft Office 2021, or other versions for the desktop, for both Windows and Mac. Are desktop versions the same as Microsoft 365?

Explore differences and similarities between Microsoft 365 and desktop versions of Microsoft Office.


Heron Add-in for PowerPoint: Conversation with Thomas Häger

January 10, 2022

Heron Add-in for PowerPoint: Conversation with Thomas Häger

Thomas Häger is the managing partner and founder of Heron Consulting, a consulting company focused on operations strategy and supply chain. Heron Consulting has developed the Heron add-in for PowerPoint that includes features that enable users to produce higher quality presentations in a shorter time. Thomas Häger has a long background from Management Consulting with Accenture paired with experience from running Excellence in a corporate context, which forms the basis for the features in the Heron add-in for PowerPoint. In this conversation, Thomas talks about this add-in.

Read the conversation here.


Add Subscript and Superscript to Text in PowerPoint for Windows

January 10, 2022

Add Subscript and Superscript to Text in PowerPoint for Windows

Do you need to frequently add subscript and superscript formatting to text in PowerPoint, or even in other Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook? Quite often, this formatting may take a while, and we will explore easier and faster ways to add subscripted and superscripted text. We will also look at keyboard shortcuts that make these tasks even easier.

Learn how you can add subscript and superscript to text in PowerPoint for Windows.


Microsoft Office for Free?

January 7, 2022

Microsoft Office for Free?

We all realize that nothing is really free in today's world, yet we all look for free stuff all the time. Well, maybe we were partially wrong when we said "nothing is free," because you can get a free, or at least a cheaper copy of PowerPoint and Microsoft Office. When we say free or cheap, we do not refer to bootlegged copies, but genuine, original software. Here are some options for you to get a free or cheaper copy of Microsoft Office.

Learn how you can get a free or cheaper copy of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 4, 2022

January 4, 2022

PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 4, 2022

We first look at how the Paste Special option is so different than the conventional Paste option, and why you should make it a habit to explore Paste Special more often. We also look at how an additional decimal digit makes a big difference in setting custom file sizes in different versions of PowerPoint. We also bring you an offer for Present to Succeed, the presentations conference being held virtually in 2022.

PowerPoint 365 for Windows users can learn about setting the default custom spelling dictionary and how you can add and remove proofing dictionaries for foreign languages. 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.


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