Archive for April, 2009

PowerPoint to DVD: Ward off the Version Trouble of Your PowerPoint Presentation

Frank -

It’s all right to run and save your PowerPoint presentations on your own PC. It’s better, however, to burn these presentations onto DVD discs with PowerPoint to DVD Burner to avoid the PowerPoint version problem. Why? Believe it or not, your PowerPoint presentation is for public use rather than personal fun at most of the [...]

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How to Recover a Corrupt PowerPoint File?

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This article is excerpted from “Recovering a corrupt PowerPoint file” by Echo Swinford. Supports MS PowerPoint 2000, 2002, 2003 You’ve worked hard on your presentation, but when you try to open it, you receive an error message, “PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by filename.ppt”. This is the classic sign of a corrupt [...]

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Get images and sounds from PowerPoint for reuse

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When you get a PowerPoint presentation embedded with nice images and sounds, you may want to extract those delicacies for separate reuse elsewhere, e.g. in another presentation, in your blog or podcast, etc. Then how do you extract the sounds and images from a targeted PowerPoint presentation? Follow these steps: ♦ Go to your PPT [...]

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YouTube and PowerPoint: Embed YouTube video into PowerPoint & Put PowerPoint presentation onto YouTube

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As one of the largest websites, YouTube is now the first place on the Internet to find various news videos and clips, and has proved to be a wonderful reservoir of valuable videos at this media-saturated era. Have you ever thought of downloading a YouTube video to embed in your PowerPoint presentation, or uploading a [...]

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Why and How to Finalize a Presentation

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Why  need to finalize a PowerPoint presentation? These days, most presentations are delivered electronically, either in person, by e-mail, or from a Web site. As you develop a presentation, PowerPoint 2007 attaches identifying and tracking information to it as properties. If your presentation will never leave your computer, you don’t have to worry that these [...]

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