5 PowerPoint Tips
Today I thought it would be helpful to collate all the PowerPoint tips that are on the site into one blog – so you can find them all in one place.
Formatting the Slide Master in PowerPoint 2013
Learn how to use change the slide master in PowerPoint 2013
How to Format using Slide Masters in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Learn how to control the formatting of the presentation using the slide master in PowerPoint 2013
Video Tip: Linking Presentations in PowerPoint 2010
Link two presentations together so that they play seamlessly
Video Tip: Play sound automatically in PowerPoint
Ever wanted sound to play automatically in PowerPoint – learn how in this video
Video Tip: Apply Slide Transitions in PowerPoint 2010
Transition control how slides appear on the screen, learn how to manage them here.
Video Tip: Add Video from YouTube in PowerPoint
If you want to add a video that is on YouTube and you are using PowerPoint 2010 this tip is for you.
Transition Effects in PowerPoint
More about transitions in PowerPoint.
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4 thoughts on “5 PowerPoint Tips”
Great post. Wish you posted yesterday before I gave my content rich (of course!) but nasty looking powerpoint presentation last night! Will have a good read through these and look at the training options. Thanks.
Hi Sarah – glad you enjoyed it. PowerPoint is so easy to use that it is tempting to add all the bells and whistles 🙂 However generally in PowerPoint less is more and pictures are the best! Happy to have a chat and see if I can help you sort it out 🙂 Shelley
Wow! Fantastic stuff !
This is so chock full of useful information , I can’t wait to dig deep and start utilizing the resources you have given me . Your Exuberance is refreshing.
Powerpoint is really wonderful, but when it comes to web designing, am simply not that working hard towards it. But right now, am good in designing and will continue till i get to the top 1 position of best designers.
this is awesom. very inspisration for newbi like me. thanky so much