Marketing is something we all know we need to do in our business, but it can take us out of our comfort zone. How do you start marketing, and what should you be doing to get the name out about your business? In this tutorial, you’ll find out.
Do you have a big medical or health presentation coming up quickly? Are you pressed for time and need to put together your PowerPoint presentation quickly? Does the idea of designing a presentation from scratch sound a bit overwhelming?
A curved arrow is a common way to point to a key object in PowerPoint and I’ll teach you how to create on in this quick lesson. I like to use an arrow like this to show how two parts of a process relate.
If you have a presentation to give soon, then you have some work to do.
When you’ve been asked to speak in front of an audience, you’re likely going to prepare speaking aids to show on screen and guide your presentation. But building out those slides takes time – time that you may not have while also writing all of the content for your presentation!
Are you working with a lot of information, looking for the connection points that will move your audience? Do you need to pull it together to create a great PowerPoint presentation?
Do you need to use a pitch deck for your presentation?
As freelancers and small business owners, our clients hire us for our expertise and solutions to problems that they have. That’s why I firmly believe that when the opportunity arises, it’s a great idea to give a presentation and share your knowledge.
A hyperlink can be used in PowerPoint to help your viewer jump to another slide or even a page on the Internet. In this quick lesson, I’ll show you to change the color of a hyperlink.
Presentations take time to build! Even though Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most user-friendly and popular apps, it has plenty of power hiding underneath the hood. It takes time to find those features and make the most of them.
What’s the best way to get up to speed with a new app? When you open Microsoft PowerPoint for the first time, you quickly realize that there are many features and tools. But, it can feel overwhelming to know where to start.
December 3rd is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This tutorial is part of a ThemeKeeper Tuts+ effort designed to focus on including and accommodating those with disabilities as we create content.
You can insert a Microsoft PowerPoint Slide into Microsoft Word quickly and easily. It only takes a few simple steps.
You can fade a photo in PowerPoint to be partially transparent with a bit of a workaround trick. Let’s learn how in this quick video.