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Archive for the ‘MS PowerPoint’ Category



MIcrosoft Word Previewer Problem

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

There is a known problem in Microsoft Office programs previewer. The good news is that, while Microsoft works on this, there is a work-around available. Continue reading

Discover how to save individual images from PowerPoint presentations with this helpful tip. Continue reading

Saving An Image From PowerPoint

Sunday, April 28th, 2013

Michele from San Diego CA writes: I have another question regarding desktop pictures. I receive emails with Microsoft PowerPoint slide show attachments containing pictures I want to use for desktop backgrounds on my PC. How can I capture pictures separately from PowerPoint? Michele, it’s pretty easy… Continue reading

Microsoft is offering a significant price break to college students on its Office 365 subscription service. Office 365 University will cost $79.99 for a four-year subscription, just $1.67 a month. Continue reading

The most popular office productivity software is Microsoft Office with millions of users in schools, businesses and at home. The major complaint of almost everyone who uses office isn’t about the quality of the software, but the price. The full version of Office 2013 Plus runs close to $500. How would you like to get a completely legal official copy from Microsoft for only $10? Continue reading

Kingsoft Office for Android

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Kingsoft Office Free for Android enables users to view, create, and edit Microsoft documents on an Android phone, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Continue reading

PowerPoint 2013 Preview

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Microsoft chose not to make any radical changes with PowerPoint 2013 but to make existing features either easier to use or more helpful… Continue reading

The Case of the Unique Series

Monday, June 25th, 2012

How can I create non-repeated numbers between 100 and 300 in Excel? What you’re talking about here is creating a “unique series” – and there’s actually a pretty easy way to do it. Continue reading

Learn to control task panes in your Microsoft Office Programs with just a few keystrokes. Continue reading

Need to clear the formatting from text and return it to its default state? Can’t remember the key combination you need to get the job done? No problem! Here’s the method that will work for you! Continue reading

Learn to create and save printer settings for individual files saving you time when printing you presentations. Continue reading

If you’re going to see a screen tip when you hover over the link, then it might as well be something more useful than the old “Click to follow link”! Learn how to customize your hyperlink screen tips here. Continue reading

Let MS Office transfer SmartArt information from one layout to another. Continue reading

If you create and use custom slide layouts then you’ve probably wondered about the prompts in the text and content boxes… can they be changed? Absolutely, and here’s the place to learn all about it! Continue reading

MS Office: Finding the Close All Command

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Tired of closing each Word document separately? Learn where to find the Close All command in the newest versions of Microsoft Office. Continue reading

Need to add text to your slides that you do not want edited in the usual manner? Whatever it is that you’re looking to have on all slides of a presentation you’ll want to read this to find out how. Continue reading

Setting identical animations multiple times on a slide is a pain… If you agree, then you’ll want to take a look at this tip on how to avoid all the repetitious work. Continue reading

MS PowerPoint: Reducing File Size

Monday, July 4th, 2011

We’ve all done it… created an awesome presentation and found that when finished that the file size was huge!

While disk space my not be a huge issue for you, these monstrous files can be a pain to move from place to place.

Numerous pictures in a presentation will definitely inflate the file size, but the concept of

I find that often I will cover objects on my presentation slides so that the animations or whatever will work correctly. However, when I need to select those hidden items, it can be quite a painful experience. There is an easier way, and it’s right here! Continue reading

Sometimes you’ve got a placeholder in your presentation that contains a SmartArt, table, text or whatever that you want to use elsewhere. The problem is that when you copy then paste the item it shows up in the other program a total mess! Learn the easy way with this tip! Continue reading

Sick of your web browser opening up when you’re looking for PowerPoint templates? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way! Check out this awesome office tip now! Continue reading

Like the title says: When it Comes to Bulleted Lists, Where You Click Can Make a Big Difference. Learn the secrets by checking this MS Office article out! Continue reading

If you’ve ever wanted to create a really cool and interesting calendar then I’m sure that you’ve tried to use something from the MS Word templates. Those aren’t bad, and definitely have potential, but can’t compare to what PowerPoint has to offer when it comes to graphics and design. Continue reading

Controlling Spell Check in PowerPoint

Friday, April 15th, 2011

When the wavy red line became a part of the Spell Checker feature, I fell in love with it. I like that I know immediately when and where there is a problem.

On the other hand, I also know that I spend more time actually composing my writing, since I frequently stop, go back and fix those errors as they occur. It takes

Some people have one central location where they open Office files from on a regular basis… but others have several locations, and it’s a bit of a pain to constantly navigate from one location to another.

The more files you open, the bigger that pain becomes until it’s an all out headache.

You’ve got to be

Here’s a tip that I recently found and put to immediate use… so I thought I’d share.

My sister had a birthday not too long ago, and a couple of friends and I decided to take her away for a few days on a getaway – no kids – no husband… only “the girls” were going on this one!

Do you work with a lot of Google Docs documents? Do you have spreadsheets, Word documents, PDF reports, PowerPoint presentations stored in your Google Docs account, and are looking for an easier way to create or manage these documents from Microsoft Office desktop UI?

There are tons of desktop apps available for managing Google Docs documents, but recently Google has released an official add-in which

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