PowerPoint

How can I “sharpen up” a PowerPoint template? … Is there any way to animate a spinning globe precisely? … How can I apply a precise color to an object?
Save time and tweaking by creating slide masters that adjust to whatever projection situation you encounter.

Try a new transition feature in PowerPoint

December 3, 2018 Categorized in: PowerPoint

PowerPoint (Office365 and 2019) has a wonderful new feature called “Morph.”

PowerPoint peeves: 3 solutions

October 1, 2018 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Extra Slide Masters … From 4:3 to 16:9 troubles … Duplicate and overlapping decks
In Word we have Track Changes. We even have that feature in Excel. But what about PowerPoint?
Here are a few tips to provide a value-added resource, not a throw-away stack of paper.

Change your slide size in PowerPoint

October 3, 2016 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Depending upon the projectors or platforms in which you deliver presentations, it might be advantageous to shift from the 4:3 to the 16:9 slide size.

Step Saving with Slide Masters

April 6, 2016 Categorized in: PowerPoint

If you do it right, a well-designed Slide Master can save you loads of time making small changes to individual slides.

3 PowerPoint habits to eliminate

November 20, 2015 Categorized in: PowerPointPresentations

Strategic communications advisor Stephanie Scotti is ready for bad PowerPoints to be eliminated from the workplace. She offers three solutions to help break this pattern.

PowerPoint: Why SlideMasters?

October 7, 2015 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Q. I’m always customizing my slides even though I use a SlideMaster. Why should I even bother with a SlideMaster?

9 ways to become a PowerPoint pro

November 5, 2014 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Take these quick tips from writer Joseph Hindy and elevate your presentations.

YouTube videos in PowerPoint

November 4, 2014 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Q. Can I have a video from YouTube in my presentation and have it play automatically?
Whether you’re presenting with PowerPoint 2010 or 2013, you can jump to a named section of your presentation in a couple of clicks.