Indezine News: November 20, 2012

Created: Tuesday, November 20, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:35 am



We have another set of frame corners in this issue that you can use as picture corners on your slides. And an amazing excerpt from Nancy Duarte’s new book on why your audience is so important. PowerPoint MVP Steve Rindsberg gives you some magical code so that you can turn your embedded videos to linked — and you can do this even if you know nothing about programming in PowerPoint. SlideShark, my favorite iPad presentation app crossed the millionth milestone, and added some extra features. There’s a cool new PowerPoint add-in that lets you play with 3D inside PowerPoint without having to learn anything other than what you already know. Jim Endicott brings you an amazing video and text post on why you should keep things simple. There are free Movember slides for you, and yes, that was indeed Movember and not a typo for November!

You’ll also find new tutorials on playing with picture effects in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows. Mac users can learn about working with text boxes in PowerPoint 2011. And last but not the least, yes — all this happened in just one week! And finally, today is the last day for you to benefit from the rare Indezine PowerFinish promotion.

Read all in Indezine News.

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