This tips section uncovers hidden features and must know aspects of PowerPoint. They are specifically aimed at helping business presenters more effective. You can save time by adopting these shortcuts and being aware of these features.
In this video you will learn how to how to create a useful Rubber Ink Stamp Text Effect in PowerPoint 2013. You can follow this effect in other versions of PowerPoint as well. Link to Ramgopal’s PowerPoint Mastery Training Program mentioned in this video >> The tools we will use in this tutorial to create […]
This is an animation of a hand drawing a line chart. The line chart is a data-driven chart and can be used with your regular data. To get stared with this animation, you need – The graphic of a hand with a pen – A line chart inserted in PowerPoint Tools we will cover in […]
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About this Section…
This PowerPoint tutorial section covers only those aspects of the software that a business presenter must know. If there are some specific questions, they are covered in the Ask an Expert section.
There are some basics in this section like using Slide Master, setting up the quick access toolbar etc. that presenters miss when they first start out. These simple tricks help a presentation remains consistent.
Simple tips like these ensure that you can do your work more effectively, present more professionally and save time. All of this, without wading through too many pages of information about the software.
We also cover some lesser used features like Paste Special and Align, which can be used more often to make life of presenters easier.
Finally, this section also has articles that are not commonly covered though the functions are commonly used. For example, printing the slides, generating hand outs and taking screen shots. These articles cover some of the best practices for these functions.
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