Archive for March, 2009

How to Publish slides to a Slide Library

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Note Before you can publish slides to a Slide Library, you must create a Slide Library list on an Office SharePoint Server 2007 server. To create a Slide Library, see the Office SharePoint Server 2007 server Help. 1. Open the presentation that contains the slides that you want to publish to the Slide Library. 2. [...]

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How to create an effective presentation

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Tip Details Minimize the number of slides. To maintain a clear message and to keep your audience attentive and interested, keep the number of slides in your presentation to a minimum. Choose a font style that your audience can read from a distance. Choosing the right font style, such as Helvetica or Arial, helps to [...]

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Save your Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation in PowerPoint 97-2003 format

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To ensure that you can open your Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation (.pptx) in an earlier version of PowerPoint, you can save a copy of it that is compatible with PowerPoint 97-2003. Important To prevent SmartArt graphics and objects in your presentation from being converted to bitmap pictures, save a copy of your Office PowerPoint 2007 [...]

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How to Edit Recorded Narration for PowerPoint Slides

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You have recorded a narration for your slides using PowerPoint’s Record Narration feature. And now you would like to make some edits on the narration, yet you don’t want to record the entire narration again. Then, how to solve the problem? If you linked your sound files when you recorded the narration (it’s a checkbox [...]

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How passwords work with PowerPoint Show (.pps) files

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Selected from the official site of MicroSoft If you save a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation in the PowerPoint Show (.pps) format, you can configure PowerPoint to prompt for a password when someone opens the file in Microsoft Windows. This article explains the different password protection options that you can choose. Note You can open a PowerPoint [...]

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