PowerPoint

When you’re creating a presentation that is meant to be directed by the viewer, as opposed to a presenter in front of the room, you can include polls and surveys using Microsoft Forms.
Can you have a video of the speaker on a slide? … I want to use a video in my presentation but record my own audio. Is that possible?

PowerPoint: No more font conversions

January 5, 2022 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Do you use specific fonts for branding? After others contribute to the presentation, do you notice that your custom fonts have been converted back to standard ones? Here’s how to solve this problem.
You may know the annoyance of typing (c) and getting ©. Whether this happens in Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Outlook, you can fix this in one place and have it work everywhere.
Q. How can viewers of my PowerPoint presentation get to different places in the presentation and back to a main screen?

Using Excel charts in PowerPoint

August 4, 2021 Categorized in: ExcelPowerPoint

There is no one right way to paste Excel charts into PowerPoint. It depends upon who has access and what they may need to do.
Before you show how to do a screen operation, click the Screen Recording button.

2 questions about videos in PowerPoint

March 3, 2021 Categorized in: PowerPoint

How can I get rid of the screen recording toolbar from videos I record in PowerPoint? … Can I use YouTube videos in my PPT presentations?

Animating diagrams in PowerPoint

January 6, 2021 Categorized in: PowerPoint

If you’ve created a SmartArt diagram in your PowerPoint presentation, you can animate it. The process requires a little patience to see the end result.

2 questions about animation in PowerPoint

November 2, 2020 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Animating charts and removing animation from a presentation.
As businesses become more global, the challenge of delivering presentations that are well understood by nonnative speakers seems monumental.

PowerPoint: Give animation a try

May 4, 2020 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Presenting online (without a webcam on you) can be daunting if you’ve only ever presented in person or in print.
Online v. in-person presentations … How does the morph transition actually work?