Archive for May, 2009

Create and Distribute a Class PowerPoint Presentation (I)

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As an easy and dynamic presentation tool, MS PowerPoint has been a popular alternative to the traditional blackboard aid in class. For teachers, a well-planned PowerPoint presentation appeals more to students of this digital epoch than a plain lecture without illustration. For students, a class report or research project delicately composed in PowerPoint is always [...]

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3 Don’ts with PowerPoint

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PowerPoint is a fine authoring tool for you to build a dynamic presentation. But there are some actions you’d better avoid in your PowerPoint presentation unless you are clearly aware of what you’re doing and why. Think these three don’ts when you work with PowerPoint: Don’t save PowerPoint to an earlier version PPT serves as [...]

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Get More Traffic from YouTube with PowerPoint

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YouTube, now the world’s largest free video hosting site, is also a great tool for E-marketing. When mentioned a video, the first idea that flashes in most minds is nothing but the all-mighty YouTube. You know every day, there are millions of netizens surfing on YouTube, the heaven of videos, to search, watch, share, upload [...]

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How to Adjust Slide Transitions in PowerPoint 2007

Frank -

I once failed to convert a PowerPoint presentation to FLV video wihtin 30 minutes. Why the smart Moyea PPT to Video Converter couldn’t figure it out? – it never took more than 10 minutes before that! Later, I found the fault is in the timing, or the transition between slides in the original presentation (MS [...]

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Put PowerPoint presentation to the iPod

Frank -

I don’t mean a simple patchwork of slide images onto iPod. Rather, what I mean is to put a whole PowerPoint slideshow to the iPod, without any loss of dynamic animations or recorded narrations. Expecting your presentation to go on as sleek as a movie on the iPod, you can choose to convert PowerPoint to [...]

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