PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff

Building an Interactive Public Transport Map Application in PowerPoint

This is a guest article by Jamie Garroch.

Here’s a convention challenging thought. PowerPoint isn’t here to create presentations! At least not exclusively anyway. I read a lot of articles talking about the best way to create presentations yet PowerPoint can be used to do so many things, even create applications.

To improve your skills and knowledge of PowerPoint, it’s often a great idea to give yourself a seemingly impossible task. In this project, I decided to recreate the London Underground (tube/metro) system map entirely in PowerPoint, make it interactive and then link it to an Internet real-time update service.

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Categories: powerpoint, techniques

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