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Discover how to save individual images from PowerPoint presentations with this helpful tip. Continue reading
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
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
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
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
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!
Powerpoint: Making the Difficult Fonts More Readable
When putting together a document and using some more interesting fonts, I’m sure that you’ve run into the same thing that I have… the font is cool, what you want, but not very readable for some people.
The design of the font just makes it feel “squished” together.
For you and me, not
MS PowerPoint: Who Knew That the F2 Key Has a Use Here Too?
As I’m sure you already know, the F2 key when used in MS Excel will put you into the editing mode for the contents of a selected cell.
It’s a really handy little tool, since you can navigate through the sheet
If you’re a person who likes to use transition effects when moving your presentation from one slide to the next and favor consistency in your choice of transition, then you’ve probably found yourself looking at something like this, while you select a slide, apply the transition effect, move to the next slide, apply effect, move to the next slide… Continue reading