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Learn PowerPoint 2010: Live Preview

Monday, August 30, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 11:22 AM IST



Live Preview first made its debut in PowerPoint 2007, and continues being available in PowerPoint 2010 as well. Unfortunately, PowerPoint 2007 had no Live Previews for Chart Styles and that ability is not made available in PowerPoint 2010. Live Preview allows you to see/preview how an actual change will look on the slide before you decide to accept or decline that change.

Learn more about Live Preview in PowerPoint 2010.



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Friday, August 27, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 5:16 PM IST



Tim JamesTim James founded SlideDynamic in 2009 and now focuses on product management. Prior to the acquisition of Macromedia by Adobe in 2005, Tim held positions in product marketing and management at Macromedia. Over the past 5 years he has worked in various consulting engagements for global organizations wishing to engage their on line visitors with persuasive and compelling experiences using Adobe Flash and Flex applications.

The vision and mission at SlideDynamics is to define and lead the market in real-time PowerPoint experience management by delivering valuable presentation outcomes for PowerPoint presenters and their audiences.

Geetesh: Tell us what prompted you to create SlideDynamic, and how it works.

Tim: My entire career has been spent using PowerPoint as a tool for presenting to many of the world’s leading companies on the subject of online customer experience. However because PowerPoint is sequential and linear by design, this presentation medium, by its own nature, offers little in terms of real-time content navigation, thus limiting an agile presentation experience for my audience. It was not only my first hand experience of the inability to tailor the order in which slides are delivered within presentations, but also from feedback I received from senior executives from many of the organizations I presented to, whom when citing their own presentation style identified that an interactive table of contents in PowerPoint would be extremely useful, that set me in pursuit of creating the SlideDynamic PowerPoint add-in, in order to achieve better productivity and a more persuasive, relevant and timely presentation experience for an audience.

SlideDynamic PowerPoint add-in

One example of how the SlideDynamic PowerPoint add-in helps deliver more valuable presentation outcomes for PowerPoint presenters and their audiences would be, in the Q&A session often adopted by presenters at the end of their presentation or encouraged throughout; verbally answering questions from the audience can be quickly reinforced visually by effortlessly navigating to content to address the query, or just as seamlessly by selecting from an additional set of “what if scenario ” slides held in reserve.

The presentation community has gone through a significant inflection point where a more interactive style of presentation is generally expected by audiences; this also inspired me to commercialize the software.

The SlideDynamic PowerPoint add-in now enables the presenter the three capabilities of:

  1. Inconspicuous content navigation,
  2. A browser (style) back button, and
  3. The bookmark function
These features are used generally online on websites everyday, but not possible natively within PowerPoint.

The SlideDynamic add-in works by automatically creating a Flash menu for non linear style presenting and slide navigation from all or selected slides in a presentation using the slides title and an associated thumbnail image of the slide; an interactive table of contents. So as not to distract the audience or consume valuable slide real-estate, the Flash menu is only visible when dynamic slide navigation is required by the presenter. Regardless of how the presentation is delivered, whether sequentially, dynamically or even with hyperlinks (although not needed), a reverse navigation button allows instant review of the slides in exactly the order they were presented. The Flash slide menu’s design can be quickly customized from the SlideDynamic PowerPoint add-in and the entire automated process takes only a matter of seconds to complete. A presentation can recommence at any chosen slide even after PowerPoint has been closed, using the save and resume feature of the Flash menu.



Geetesh: SlideDynamic uses Flash to create the navigation and interactivity within PowerPoint slides – how much of a challenge was it to make sure that Flash worked in all versions of PowerPoint?

Tim: It is the foundation on which the SlideDynamic software is founded and it consumed the most significant portion of the software’s development and rigorous testing phases. This robust interoperability between Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 and 2010 and the rich user interface of Adobe Flash with the SlideDynamic add-in provides a platform from which we are already planning new and exciting additional features to further enhance the dynamic possibilities for PowerPoint thus empowering presenters with greater presentation agility.

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posted by Geetesh on 4:49 PM IST



For some reason, Slide Numbers cause more confusion and frustration to PowerPoint users than many other, more complicated features! That's probably because controls to tweak slide numbers are scattered all over PowerPoint -- and while the option you want is available in PowerPoint, it might not be where you expected to find it. In this series of tutorials on slide numbers, learn how you can add slide numbers, work with the Masters and Layouts so that slide numbers show up, and also control the actual numbering as well -- for instance, what if you want your slide numbers to start from 31, or if you want your 4th slide to number from 1? That's covered too.

Learn about slide numbers in PowerPoint 2003

Learn about slide numbers in PowerPoint 2007

Learn about slide numbers in PowerPoint 2010

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posted by Geetesh on 4:32 PM IST



There are many, many new users who have upgraded from PowerPoint 2003 to PowerPoint 2010 and encountered the Ribbon for the first time. Although most of them like how it looks, they would like to know more about what controls it offers. In addition, the Quick Access Toolbar offers customization options that can be immensely helpful. Learn about both these interface elements now.

Become familiar with the Ribbon in PowerPoint 2010.

Learn to customize the Quick Access Toolbar in PowerPoint 2010.

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Thursday, August 26, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 1:25 PM IST



Harman Singh is the Founder and CEO of two Internet platforms - authorSTREAM and WiZiQ. authorSTREAM.com is a PowerPoint sharing platform striving to make your presentations sharable on the Web - whether they are viewed from desktops, mobile phones or tablets like iPad.

authorSTREAM recently surpassed the million count in its membership -- Harman discusses the million members celebrations and more exclusively in this conversation.

Geetesh: authorSTREAM just crossed the landmark figure of a million registered members – how does that make you feel, and how prepared are you to welcome the next million?

Harman: Yes, we just crossed the million members milestone and look forward to the next million. We highly value our users and thank them for helping us get there. Although authorSTREAM is now three years old, we added a bulk of the users only in the last few months - thanks to our growing popularity and a few new features that we added recently, such as support for presentations on iPad, re-launch of our Facebook app and a bigger view of the presentations for a better viewing experience.

The groundwork is done and we are hoping to reach the next million by the mid of 2011. We already have a series of upcoming features connected with our marketing strategy and will be releasing them accordingly. I am sure we will get a wider acceptance of those features from our audience as usual.


Geetesh: Tell us about the Million Members Celebration Contest, and the chance to win an iPad each week.


Harman: We have announced a month-long contest as a part of the festivities. An iPad to be won each week for four weeks till September 19th. We have asked our members to simply sign in and upload good quality presentations and tweet them, to be included in the draw of lots to be held every week resulting in one lucky member winning an iPad. There is no limit to the number of presentations you can upload during the contest but they should be of good content and the authors need to follow the rules. We decided to celebrate this occasion with authorSTREAM members so that they can showcase their creativity through PowerPoint presentations and get a chance to win an iPad. More details on the contest and the rules can be found at the Million Members Celebration Contest page.

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posted by Geetesh on 11:17 AM IST



When you click the File menu and access Backstage view in PowerPoint 2010, you are presented with several options. The simplest options are those that open and close files and exit the program. Yet even these have abilities that are not visible on the surface -- the Open option for instance has as many as 6 variants.

Learn more about PowerPoint 2010's file open options.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 2:16 PM IST



If you have a new Windows Mobile equipped phone, or if you are considering buying a new phone -- then you must look at how PowerPoint Mobile 2010 works with the free Presentation Companion add-in for PowerPoint 2007 and 2010. Chances are this factor is powerful enough to influence your decision!

We bring you all the info you need, from getting started with Presentation Companion to setting the actual connections with PowerPoint Mobile 2010 -- finally we show you how you can control the presentation itself from PowerPoint Mobile.

Thanks to Rohit Bhatia of Microsoft who helped me with my questions on this feature.

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posted by Geetesh on 1:43 PM IST



Just yesterday, Abdelkader Aissaoui provided us with a sample animated slide that demonstrated an Airport Flight Schedule Counter. And now he provides us with a Scratch Card that you can actually scratch inside PowerPoint! This slide mimics how you would scratch a card to reveal some numbers -- either as a pay phone card that he illustrates -- or even as a scratch card that promises a reward.



Please feel free to download this presentation and change your own "scratched message" as required.

If you want to submit a sample presentation of your own, contact through the feedback form.

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posted by Geetesh on 11:17 AM IST



PowerPoint can save to an amazing number of file types -- but it can also open 23 file types! Although that sounds like a large number of file formats, more than half that number comprise PowerPoint's own formats that Microsoft has created over the years. And of course, they need to make sure with every release that all those formats continue to be accepted! They haven't been that kind to non-Microsoft formats although you can still import WordPerfect outlines (yes, I was surprised to see that too!).

See the entire list of files that PowerPoint 2010 can open...

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 11:03 AM IST



This slide mimics an airport flight schedule counter. Please feel free to download this presentation and change your own alphabets or numbers as required.



This presentation was submitted by Abdelkader Aissaoui who is a mechanical engineer from Algeria. He works as a Reservoir Engineer in an oil company. As part of his job, he needs to create presentations often. This has helped him develop his PowerPoint skills. Abdelkader plays with visual effects and animation tricks to keep his audiences focused and concentrated.

If you want to submit a sample presentation of your own, contact through the feedback form.

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Monday, August 23, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 10:30 AM IST



Quick -- how many file formats (types) can PowerPoint save to? If you count every single format from the necessary to the irrelevant (and forget the missing ones), then the number is 26 formats for PowerPoint 2010, the latest Windows version of this program!

Some of these could be genuinely helpful (such as the new WMV export in PowerPoint 2010) and others such as GIF, JPG, PNG, WMF, and EMF ensure that you get good graphic outputs. And RTF outlines can be a boon sometimes.

Read more about PowerPoint file types...

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 3:19 PM IST



It looks like PowerPoint 2010 is getting more mainstream every day. More users are upgrading from PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 and skipping version 2007 in the bargain. It's strange that when I think I about this, I see them moving from the File menu to another File menu, and they will never work with the Office Button in PowerPoint 2007.



Yes, PowerPoint 2010 brings back the File menu -- yet the new File menu is something entirely different than what you may have seen before because it is the gateway that reveals the Backstage view -- that again is a new feature in PowerPoint 2010.

Learn more about the File menu and the Backstage view here...

And discover the Backstage view's Save and Save As options here...

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Thursday, August 19, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 11:38 AM IST



Charts in PowerPoint can be customized by changing the appearance of various chart elements. The legend is also a chart element and typically it is a box or area that codes via color or pattern all the series in a chart. The legend can be formatted to be placed at various locations within the chart area, and you can hide it altogether.

Learn more about formatting the chart legend in PowerPoint 2003...

Learn more about formatting the chart legend in PowerPoint 2007...

Learn more about formatting the chart legend in PowerPoint 2010...

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posted by Geetesh on 11:23 AM IST



Charts in PowerPoint comprise several elements that we call chart elements. Typical chart elements include series (and this could be one or more series with values), categories (again this can be one or more categories), Axes (horizontal, vertical, and in some cases a third axis as well), plot area (the active chart area), legend, chart title, etc. In this tutorial we'll learn more about these individual chart elements.

Learn more about chart elements in PowerPoint 2010...

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 4:07 PM IST



Long time PowerPoint users will remember the difficulties of charting -- it was so painful, time-consuming, and repetitive a task changing the fills of all the series one after the other -- and if your presentation had more than one chart slide, then you also had to ensure that all charts looked the same. PowerPoint 2007 made things simple and PowerPoint 2010 takes it further by makes this sort of repetitive formatting easy and consistent with the Chart Styles option.

Learn more about Chart Styles...

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posted by Geetesh on 10:37 AM IST



Inserting a chart in PowerPoint is very simple and you can take two approaches to adding one on your slide. Either you choose a layout for your slide that already has a content placeholder, or you use the Insert tab of the Ribbon, and then click the Chart button.

Learn more here...

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 4:10 PM IST



In this tutorial, you can learn how to insert a new slide in PowerPoint 2010 using the New Slide button on the Home tab of the Ribbon. Read here...

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posted by Geetesh on 12:41 PM IST



A quick walkthrough of the PowerPoint 2010 interface will reveal all the new options such as the Backstage view. The PowerPoint 2010 interface is quite similar to the PowerPoint 2007 interface, but very different from the PowerPoint 2003 interface.

Read more here...

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Friday, August 13, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 1:53 PM IST



Have you seen the customized Twitter backgrounds that people create to show an identity for their business. You might think that you need a graphic program such as Adobe Photoshop to create something of that sort, but the easiest tool to create Twitter backgrounds is actually PowerPoint!

To make things easier, we are providing a readymade PowerPoint template that makes the task even easier. Just follow these steps to create your own Twitter backgrounds using PowerPoint 2003, PowerPoint 2007, and PowerPoint 2010.

Then add that background to your Twitter profile!



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posted by Geetesh on 12:54 PM IST



Lin JieLin Jie is from Addintools, a line of add-ins for Microsoft Office applications created by Detong Technology Ltd. from China. Lin began to program since 1991, and was first introduced to Microsoft Office in 1994. He started programming Microsoft Office by creating add-ins since 2001. In 2003, he released his first Office Add-in: Addintools Create. When Microsoft Office 2007 was released with the Ribbon, Lin was the first to get back the old menus via the Classic Menu for Office 2007 in February 2007. In this conversation, Lin talks more about his products for Microsoft Office.

Geetesh: Tell us more about your company and products.

Lin: Our company, Detong Technology Ltd. Hainan, was registered in China in 2008. We comprise 5 program engineers who are dedicated in developing software, especially Microsoft Office add-ins. In addition, we have 4 ingenious employees for marketing and after-sale service. We attach our importance on our Classic Menu for Microsoft Office product. And we are going to release more add-ins for Microsoft programs in the future.



Our products include:

  • Classic Menu for Office 2007 that contains 5 components for Office 2007 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. Users can also download and install each component individually for corresponding Microsoft Office 2007 programs.

  • Classic Menu for Office 2010 that contains 9 components for Office 2010 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, InfoPath, Publisher, Visio and Project. To be in conformity with Microsoft's Office 2010 bundles, we offer Classic Menu for Office 2010 in 6 variations, which suit different Office users:

    Classic Menu for Office Enterprise 2010
    Classic Menu for Office Professional Plus 2010
    Classic Menu for Office Professional 2010
    Classic Menu for Office Standard 2010
    Classic Menu for Office Home and Business 2010
    Classic Menu for Office 2010 Starter (original Classic Menu for Office Home and Student 2010)

  • Ribbon Customizer for Office 2007 is designed for advanced users to customize the Ribbon in Microsoft Office 2007. With this add-in, users can remove or add tabs, menus, buttons, and create their own buttons and menus.

  • Excel Addins: We also create two more add-ins for Microsoft Excel: Addintools Assist for Excel and Addintools Creator for Excel.

  • OfficeTab: Our new product OfficeTabs is designed to open multiple Word documents, Excel workbooks, and PowerPoint presentations within a single window. It contains three components: Document Tabs for Word, Workbook Tabs for Excel, and Presentation Tabs for PowerPoint.
Geetesh: Why do you think some people don’t like the Ribbon and tabs in Office 2007 and 2010 too much, and crave to get the menus back? And how does your product help?

Lin: The Ribbon is a great interface revolution. Yet, many users are not able to follow their time tested usage pattern any longer. What's worse, there are fewer words, and more buttons and icons in the Ribbon, making it difficult for users to adapt quickly. Many experienced users may be reluctant to give up quite on the familiar classic style menus and toolbars, and learn new options in the Ribbon step by step. In addition, it may take a big money and a long time to train employees in enterprises. Classic Menu will help employees learn Ribbon by themselves at their own pace. No training or tutors are needed any more, and employees can go to work immediately.

Classic Menu inserts a "Menus" tab at the beginning of Ribbon that brings back the familiar classic style menus, toolbars, and buttons. Moreover, this Classic Menu not only contains all old menu items of Microsoft Office 2003, but also brings in new features of Office 2007/2010. Users can switch between two interfaces at ease: Classic Menu and Ribbon.

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Thursday, August 12, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 4:16 PM IST



This article appeared in the erstwhile Presentations magazine dated February 2003.

Today, billions of electronic presentations inhabit millions of hard disks in every corner of the world, and more than 90 percent of these presentations were created with Microsoft PowerPoint. Unfortunately, most have a short life span. Typically these presentations are used only once or twice, then filed and forgotten — an enormous waste of time and valuable information. Yet this content can be repurposed, redistributed and reused in a number of different ways.

Read more about PowerPoint repurposing here...

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posted by Geetesh on 12:27 PM IST



Ray HuangRay Huang graduated from Texas Christian University and University of Texas at Arlington majoring in Computer Science. Ray has 15 years experience developing software for Windows and Mac, and heads Senstic, a small development house that provides solutions that run on your mobile computers, PDA, mobile phones and other portable devices.

In this conversation, Ray discusses the i-Clickr PowerPoint Remote product.

Geetesh: What does iClickr do, and how can it help people who forget carrying their remotes along?

Ray: iClickr is a wireless presentation remote for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Windows Phone. With iClickr, you can control your PowerPoint presentation (i.e., going forward, back, jump to a particular slide). iClickr has a built-in timer that helps you control your presentation time. You can even view your slide notes directly on the phone. iClickr works with Microsoft PowerPoint XP, 2003, 2007 and 2010 on Windows, and PowerPoint 2004 and 2008 on Mac. It also works with the free OpenOffice on Windows, and Apple's iWork'09 Keynote.

With iClickr installed on your phone, you no longer need to carry a separate remote device. Since the iClickr software for computer is free to download, you can use it with any host computer. When using it with your personal laptop, you can let iClickr set up wireless ad hoc networks directly between your laptop and your phone, and thus bypassing additional network infrastructure.



Geetesh: Tell us more about how you hit on this concept, and about your newest release for the iClickr on the iPhone and iPad.

Ray: I came up with this idea when I was doing my graduate degree at University of Texas at Arlington. There were just too many presentations every week, and I kept forgetting bringing my Logitech clicker. So, I thought it would be nice to have the clicker on my mobile phone. It's one less gadget to carry, and it's highly unlikely I would forget to bring my phone. The first version of i-Clickr is on Windows Mobile, and when iPhone came along, we developed for it with additional features. For the iPad version, we took advantage of its larger screen and made the change to display both slide view and slide notes on the same page.

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010
posted by Geetesh on 11:51 AM IST



Squares can be animated like any other shape to appear and build up but that looks conventional -- so I cooked up this different style that combines squares filled with pictures and other shapes that just have gradient fills to animate together in sequence. The end result is an animation style that's simple, yet different. All the gradients used are Theme aware -- so your squares will always look coordinated in any presentation. Feel free to download this slide and use it in your presentations.



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posted by Geetesh on 10:58 AM IST



Sabra LarkinSabra Larkin, director of communications for Spence-Chapin, has been working with staff for the past 10 years to help implement Spence-Chapin’s mission of finding loving homes for children in need both in the United States and internationally.

Spence Chapin recently received a free Brainshark software license, as part of Brainshark’s Non-Profit Program – where Brainshark awards technology grants to non-profits on a quarterly basis. In this conversation, Sabra discusses how the use of PowerPoint and Brainshark helps them.

Geetesh: Tell us more about Spence-Chapin, and how does technology in the form of PowerPoint and Brainshark help you in your mission.

Sabra: Spence-Chapin is an accredited non-profit agency that has been offering quality adoption services for more than a century, and has placed more than 18,000 children with loving families. We provide services and support to birth parents, adoptive parents and their children, and programs for domestic/U.S., international and special needs adoption – as well as post-adoption support. Our team of professional and experienced social workers offers guidance and education at all stages of the adoption process.

Adoption can seem like a challenging and complex process to navigate, and the use of PowerPoint technology – and Brainshark in particular, where you can add voice to PowerPoint to create online videos – is one of the ways we attempt to demystify the experience. The use of audio and visual elements to explain and illustrate adoption requirements and processes increases both the knowledge retention and comfort level of our audience.

To date, our Brainshark use has largely concentrated on driving awareness for our international adoption programs. Using Brainshark lets the coordinators of our various programs speak directly to prospective adoptive parents who are interested in the process. We’ve created Brainshark presentations for our programs in Bulgaria, China, Colombia, Moldova and South Korea. We’ve received great feedback from adoptive and prospective parents, saying that the presentations have given them a warm, friendly look at countries they haven’t visited, and have made adoption from these countries seem like a real possibility.

And that’s what we aim to do. In all of our presentations, like the Bulgaria one below, we provide pictures of and information about the country and its history, culture and landscape. We also describe the history of Spence-Chapin’s program in that area, as well as the type of children – including age, gender, special needs, medical risks, etc. – that are typically matched for adoption. Program requirements and eligibility, the wait for referral, travel to complete the process and post-adoption services are also discussed.



Again, being able to put what might otherwise have been daunting information into Brainshark format – with voice, other audio, photos and more, to make it more easily understandable and more personal – is a really great step to getting people better acquainted with our programs. We’re firmly committed to placing children from all over the world in loving homes, and think that these presentations are a great intro into the process.

Geetesh: What does the grant that you received from Brainshark mean to you, and how have you been able to use it for increasing exposure for your cause?

Sabra: We applied last year to Brainshark’s Non-Profit Program, which awards free Brainshark software licenses to non-profits every quarter. This lets non-profits like us take advantage of a professional communication solution, while freeing us to focus our budgetary dollars on other mission-critical priorities.

As I mentioned, we’ve used Brainshark to effectively increase exposure of and accessibility to our international adoption programs, and to enhance our website with online video content. Other ways we plan to use Brainshark include communications with donors for humanitarian aid programs, and in our outreach and advocacy to hospitals and social services agencies.

We’re looking forward to our continued use of the software to promote our mission, and would certainly encourage other non-profits to apply to the grant program as well.



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