MS PowerPoint

  • What Makes a Great PowerPoint Presentation?

    Some of us learn better from examples. We try to create our own whiz bang PowerPoint presentations only to fall back on bad habits. Learn what makes a good presentation and see some great examples available on the web.
    By Meryl K Evans November 21, 2009 

  • Turn an MS Word Outline into a PowerPoint Presentation

    Word is a good application to use to gather ideas and make a basic outline. Learn how to turn these outlines into well-prepared PowerPoint presentations.
    By Tricia Goss November 21, 2009 

  • Make a Shadowed Shape in PowerPoint

    When you make a PowerPoint slideshow, you want to catch and keep your viewers' attention. Enhancing graphics, such as adding shadow to shapes, is one way to make your PowerPoint more noticeable.
    By Tricia Goss November 20, 2009 


  • How to Make the Background of an Image Transparent In PowerPoint

    If a white or colored background surrounds your image, it will not look professional on your otherwise polished PowerPoint slide. Fortunately, there is a simple way that you can make that background transparent and increase the appeal of your PowerPoint...
    By Tricia Goss November 18, 2009 

  • Save a PowerPoint Slideshow to CD

    If you have a terrific slideshow that you want to share, or you need to run your presentation on a computer that doesn't have PowerPoint, these steps will show you how to save the slideshow to a CD.
    By Tricia Goss November 18, 2009 

  • Using Charts in PowerPoint

    PowerPoint and Excel might not seem like they have much in common. However, these two Office applications are both used as visual aids, and they can both use charts. This tutorial will show you how to incorporate charts, with or without using Excel, into...
    By Tricia Goss November 18, 2009 


  • How to Use the PowerPoint Slide Finder

    If you find yourself making lots of PowerPoint presentations, chances are some of them are pretty similar. This tutorial will show you how to save time, using PowerPoint's Slide Finder feature to reuse previous slides.
    By Tricia Goss November 18, 2009 

  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Macro Basics

    Want to learn more about how macros can be used in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 presentations to save time when performing common tasks? In Part 1 of this series, we explain what macros are and how to enable them. Learn about security issues with macros...
    By Michele McDonough November 17, 2009 

  • Presentations X4: Better than PowerPoint?

    Missing the macro recorder functionality that Microsoft removed from the latest version of PowerPoint? Or are you looking for an easier way to publish presentations to the Internet? Maybe it’s time to switch to Presentations X4.
    By Michele McDonough November 17, 2009 

  • Is PowerPoint on The Way Out?

    PowerPoint has been the presentation maker of choice for a very long time, but will an endless stream of vanilla offerings and a feature list that grows ever short of viewer's desires make it a tool of the past?
    By KateG November 7, 2009 
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