Archive for March, 2009

Close Your Cool Presentation with Handouts

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A cool presentation often comes with a boom beginning. Yet it can never be called cool given to a poor closing. Clever presenters always manage to extend the effect of their presentation far beyond the podium. Generally, they would close the presentation by leaving a copy as handout to the audience for future use. To [...]

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Invisible Linking in PowerPoint

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By tolhz Invisible Linking is a technique which allows you to hyperlink your presentation automatically. The traditional way of hyperlinking to specific slide, custom show, or even url is to add the hyperlink onto a button. Thus, once you click on the button, you will be transferred to the location. But what if you want [...]

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Plant PowerPoint to DVD, Share Slideshow on TV Screen

Frank -

No matter to give a class, host a meeting, sell a product or train a team, MS PowerPoint works utterly nice. But it is never enough when you have to resume a PowerPoint piece on another OS but with lower MS programs or to archive it for future use anywhere else. To troubleshoot the extensibility [...]

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PPT vs. PPS

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If you are a novice user of PowerPoint, you may sometimes get confused by a couple of PPS or PPSX presentations. You may wonder what utterly its difference is from a normal PPT or PPTX extension, and how should he view the PPS presentations in a PPT manner. Before discussing the difference, you should be [...]

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Why convert PowerPoint to Video?

Frank -

It’s safe to say there are hundreds of millions of PowerPoint presentations around the world that are sitting idle – a library of knowledge that was used once and will probably never be tapped again. PowerPoint users from companies, schools and government agencies all expressed a desire to have their presentations live on beyond their [...]

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