PowerPoint and Presenting News: July 2, 2013

Created: Tuesday, July 2, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

In this issue, we first look at Google’s fantastic reverse image search, and how indispensable this option can be when you want to be sure about the copyright status of any pictures you use in your slides. We continue our series about PowerPoint (Office) Mobile on iOS devices. Right now, everyone seems to think that Microsoft’s Office offering for iOS is too little and too late — and the fact is that you cannot install it on more than half of the iOS devices and even then it’s an expensive app although the actual download is free! Sounds confusing and contradicting? Yes — it is — our coverage will make you understand these complex topics in plain English. In our tutorial series, PowerPoint for Windows users can learn about views. We cover Notes Page, Reading, and Handout Master views. PowerPoint 2011 for Mac users will explore more about Slide Masters. And finally, do look at discussions and templates of this week!

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