We start with another story on how POPcomms, a UK based design agency used the Morph transition to add interactivity to slides! TJ Walker answers more questions–this time he responds to: What’s the best thing to do after a mistake — maybe even a pronunciation mistake that you are immediately aware of? Should we correct ourselves, or move ahead? Spoken words and visual images do go hand in hand, and the sum of both in a presentation scenario is often larger than their individual scores. Do you have any thoughts about how presenters can best combine words and images? Also, Steve Rindsberg talks about his Language Selector add-in for PowerPoint, a must if you use more than one language while creating your slides.
PowerPoint 2016 for Windows users can learn more about aspect ratios, Smarter guides, duplicating Slide Masters, and applying Themes. Finally, do not miss the new discussions and templates of this week!
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