With the 2010 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony fast approaching, we meticulously made a collection of World Cup-related encyclopedia for you to be acquainted with this top-level football tournament inside out.
|PowerPoint: FIFA World Cup Mascots (1966–2010)||
||Video: FIFA World Cup Mascots (1966–2010)|
|Download PowerPoint Presentation||Watch on Youtube|
Here are some other demonstrations for your perusal.
Do you realize that all the PowerPoint presentations can be converted or burned to video or DVD? Is it so miraculous and inconceivable that you can upload the original PowerPoint files to YouTube or download them into your portable media players or DVD players connected to TV sets?
Do you want to have a try, and make your own PowerPoint-to-Video/DVD files recording all the fantastic goals shot during the coming World Cup competition and any wonderful moment in your life? If so, please follow the instructions below to DIY your own World Cup video or DVD.
Step 1: Choose the PowerPoint Templates.
Step 2: Make your PowerPoint Presentation.
Step 3: Select the best PowerPoint to Video converter.
Easy-to-use Moyea PPT to Video Converter should be your top choice that can preserve everything from your original PowerPoint files to the output video or DVD without loss of relevant animations, transitions, video clips and sounds.
Click here to download the Moyea PPT to Video Converter.
Step 4: Install and run the Moyea PPT to Video Converter.
Step 5: Click Add to import your PowerPoint files.
Step 6: Execute Audio & Video settings.
Step 7: Customize output effects.
Step 8: Click the Convert button to start conversion.
Please wait on; I am sure you will enjoy your works when it is finished.
For the detailed tutorial about how to convert PPT to DVD, please click here.
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