PowerPoint and Presenting News: April 15, 2014

Created: Tuesday, April 15, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

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Many times one diagram can form the basis of another one! A distance cartogram can double as a target diagram — or in case of what we explain in this issue — it can function well as a hot-and-cold diagram! Over to our next topic for this issue — we discuss Office Themes. Over a hundred of these have shipped as part of Microsoft Office installations but there seems to always be a different collection with each release — find out which Themes shipped with which version in our exhaustive listing. We then show you how PCB files are useful for storing and removing PowerPoint interface customizations. We also have an exclusive conversation with Noah Menikoff who discusses FlightDeck, a solution that lets you catalog and create PowerPoint slides.

PowerPoint 2013 for Windows users can learn about points, lines, and Themes. PowerPoint 2011 for Mac users can learn that there are ways in which you can make your chart Plot Area look different. And PowerPoint 2003 users will learn about PCB files. And if you are using PowerPoint 2010, learn how you can set any template or Theme as the default for new presentations.

And finally, do not miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

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