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.
When you think of PowerPoint presentations, you likely envision them being presented using a projector or large screen display. But when you can’t connect in-person to give your presentation, posting your PowerPoint online may be the next best alternative.
We tend to think of presentations as our chance to speak to an audience. In reality, some of the best presentations I’ve attended ended with a “question and answer” (Q&A) session where the audience can ask the speaker questions.
Animations in PowerPoint can really draw your audience’s attention to elements of a presentation. You don’t have to use separate apps to create animation effects. PowerPoint offers some of the easiest, point and click tools to add animation to your presentations.
Picture this: you’re working to wrap up a presentation for a class project or work group. You’re passing the file back and forth using email or file-sharing and it’s hard to stay in sync on the project. Pretty soon, you have multiple copies of the same file floating around with inconsistent changes.
When you’ve wrapped up your presentation and want to share it with your colleagues, you’re likely to share it with email. It’s a simple tip, but using PowerPoint’s built-in email feature can save you time whenever you need to share your presentation file.
If you’ve landed on this tutorial, you might be anxious about preparing for an upcoming presentation. You need to present something professionally to gain your audience’s trust or break through in your career.
Flowcharts are visualizations that help you see the parts of a sequence or process. They illustrate the way that individual parts “flow” together to create a finished product.