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Microsoft maintains a Tips and Tricks page for PowerPoint.

Design guru Edward Tufte talks about how PowerPoint can corrupt in his PowerPoint Is Evil essay on the Wired magazine site.

If you are new to PowerPoint, the best thing you can do for yourself is to visit ACT 360 Media's PowerPoint tutorial.

PowerPoint FAQ - The most definite PowerPoint FAQ available online.

Ellen Finkelstein, author of various books has a set of PowerPoint tutorials and links from her site.

Officetips - Another comprehensive site on most Office products including PowerPoint - with lots of VBA stuff as well to program PowerPoint.

Chirag Dalal's OfficerOne site has info on using VBA with PowerPoint - and also a few free add-ins.

Detailed tutorials on linking presentations, looping them and creating graphics at TAJ's excellent Awesome Backgrounds site. has a nice round-up of PowerPoint related articles on subjects like autorun and autoshapes. There's also a guest article by Paul Iordanides on using PowerPoint in dual monitor/projector mode.

Echo Swinford's site Echo's Voice discusses many interesting facets of PowerPoint. There's a very interessting piece on color schemes.

Glen Millar has created tutorials to simulate 3d effects in PowerPoint.

Patrice-Anne Rutledge, author of PowerPoint books has a nice site containing articles and links.

Julie Terberg's excellent techniques and sample files are available at the Terberg Design site.

Professor PowerPoint is run by Tom Bunzel, author of books on PowerPoint

Animate Your PowerPoint 2002 Web Presentation is an excellent tutorial on the Microsoft site - you'll find something related in this knowledge base article.

MightyCoach offers 24 free PowerPoint tutorials as well as a subscription service that allows you to view PowerPoint video tutorials.

PowerPoint Tips At BitBetter - A great collection of tips and free samples of the famous Screen Beans collection of clipart available for download.

Advanced Animation Techniques is a presentation from Microsoft illustrating out-of-the-ordinary animation techniques.

FlashGeek contains everything you wanted to know about getting Flash into PowerPoint and PowerPoint into Flash.

The official Macromedia way of getting Flash into PowerPoint is well explained in a step-by-step way.

Learn how to use PhotoDraw to create a background for PowerPoint.

The Cheltenam site has lots of one-line tips for PowerPoint 2000.

PowerPoint Links by Tracy Marks - a very comprehensive, although outdated list of PowerPoint links.

The WebAIM site has more info about creating accessible PowerPoint presentations.

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