PowerPoint and Presenting News: August 20, 2013

Created: Tuesday, August 20, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

In this issue, we bring you some amazing arrow circle graphics — these stand apart because most of these look hand drawn, and you can use them if you know how to copy and paste. We did not use any graphic files — all you need is within existing PowerPoint slides — just copy them and paste on your own slides! Kieran Chadha of BrightCarbon explains how you can structure and create a presentation from scratch in an exclusive interview. And then we go into a few hidden nooks and corners of PowerPoint so that you can re-discover Kiosk mode, a whole new way of viewing slides that’s off the beaten path. We also look at Office Mobile on iPhones — about how you can get started using this app. PowerPoint 2013 for Windows users can learn about flipping and changing shapes. PowerPoint 2011 for Mac users can continue exploring how to work with custom spelling dictionaries. And finally, do not miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

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