Microsoft PowerPoint is a proprietary presentation application and part of the MS Office suite. It has developed to become a leading presentation design and management tool. MS PowerPoint is highly effective for personal presentation delivery and is widely acknowledged as a critical tool in business, education and training, with its rich feature set, powerful cross application interfacing and communication options. Here we provide you with a wealth of Microsoft PowerPoint troubleshooting tips, user guides and support, to cover all levels of ability, so that you the end user can design and deliver stunning presentations using such techniques as video, audio and seamless slide production.
Add-ins allow you to expand the core functionality of products like PowerPoint with new features. What are some tips for installing and working with these little extras and what are some of the popular add-ins for PowerPoint 2013? Read on to find out!
Copying slides and images in PowerPoint 2013 isn’t difficult, but there are a few things to be aware of to ensure your images retain their quality – especially when copying slides from different presentations.
With new versions of Office come the possibility of new incompatibility issues. This article will cover some things you can do as a content creator to increase the chances of your audience being able to read your presentation.
Although Microsoft Office applications are generally pretty stable, there’s always the chance you may run into some issues with applications like PowerPoint. Has the application crashed or given you errors when opening a file? Check out these troubleshooting tips for help.
In this guide to embedding audio into your PowerPoint 2013 presentation, learn how to optimize for compatibility and avoid unwanted issues.
With every new version of Microsoft Office, new features are introduced while some features inevitably are quietly whisked away with little fanfare. This article will discuss some of the major new features as well as the discontinued or changed features in PowerPoint 2013.
Jeopardy is a great ice breaker to play with larger groups of people. Learn how easy it is to make your own Jeopardy game board in PowerPoint 2013, and use the game to loosen the mood at a staff meeting or company event.
In order to create a storyboard with PowerPoint you will have to have installed Visual Studio 2013 Premium, Ultimate or Team Foundation. Then you can use a new tab on your PowerPoint menu called Storyboarding. Learn how to get started using this new tab.
PowerPoint 2013 has some great options for allowing you to share your presentation with others who aren’t able to attend a live presentation. This article will show you how to save your presentation as a video that can be stored on DVD as well as how to use Office Presentation Service.
If you have the need to display a reporting structure within your organization you can easily create an Organizational chart using PowerPoint 2013. This article will show you how!