If you own a business, you already know how important your Microsoft Outlook emails are. They’re how you communicate with clients and they may also be how you get orders. You want to make sure and back up the information in your MS Outlook account so you don’t lose any vital business information. If you use Microsoft Outlook for your personal needs, such as to communicate with friends and family members or for school, those emails are important too.
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!
As a business owner, you need to keep track of your contacts. Lost contact information could mean a lost opportunity to do business. You can’t follow through with a potential customer if you don’t know how to reach them. With Microsoft Outlook, your contact list is as close as your email with your Outlook contacts list.
Your company’s logo is a great way to brand your PowerPoint slides. When you want to add it to a presentation, there’s a far better way to do it than to manually add it to each slide.
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.
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.
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.
A good presentation can be an important part of your professional image. The more people who see your presentation, the better. SlideShare can help you get your presentation in front of a wider audience.