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.
Sometimes documentary makers conduct interviews on the fly, in the street, or interview a group of people. We might have to try to interview someone who is less than cooperative. This lesson looks at those interviews that are outside of the norm, the potential challenges and how to best cope.
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.
That presentation you found on SlideShare looks interesting. You’d like to download it from SlideShare to study it in more depth later, but you don’t know how. Don’t worry we’ve got you covered.
To get started with Final Cut Pro X, you’ll need to import your video footage into the app. There are a number of options that control how Final Cut Pro handles footage, and you’ll see the most efficient way possible in this lesson.
You may think you know how to email a resume to a potential employer. But consider this, if the email with your resume is constantly filtered out or ignored, your chances of being considered for the job are gone.
You have the best subject to interview, you have your head in the right place and your questions and thread sorted, but how do you behave? This lesson is all about rhythm, reading the signs, and knowing how to act in such a way that you get the very best from your subject. You’ll also learn why the second time can sometimes be better.
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.