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We first explore Click, a presentation design conference to be held this year. Indezine readers can get a special discount. We then feature Kurt Dupont of PresentationPoint in an interview, where he talks about the new full-HD weather screen expansion pack for DataPoint and Dynamic Weather PowerPoint add-ins.
PowerPoint 2016 for Windows will learn about two ways to reuse slides: the conventional Reuse Slides option, plus the Reuse Slides through Drag and Drop technique. PowerPoint 2016 for Mac users can learn how to Reset, Export, and Import QAT Customizations and about File Formats. And if that wasn’t enough for this week, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates released in the last week.
We already learned about the file types PowerPoint 2016 for Mac can save. But when you go and look at the file types that PowerPoint 2016 for Mac can open, you’ll find that there’s no drop-down list in the Open dialog box. All files within any navigated folder are shown, and the only way you understand that a particular file type can be opened is because those files are not grayed out.
How many file formats (types) can PowerPoint 2016 for Mac save to? If you count every single format from the necessary to the irrelevant (and forget the missing ones), then the number is 11 for PowerPoint 2016 for Mac.
Kurt Dupont is a solution provider who would go out of his way just to ensure he brings out the best when it comes to issues that has to deal with data-driven presentations, data visualization, and digital signage software. He started by working at airports worldwide to set up airport databases and flight information screens. This evolved to become the basis for PresentationPoint.
In this conversation, Kurt talks about the Full-HD Weather Screen Expansion Pack for DataPoint and Dynamic Weather PowerPoint Add-ins.
We look at how you can add glossy highlights for shapes in PowerPoint, all inside the program without any external programs. We bring back Ellen Finkelstein’s interview about her book, 7 Steps to Great Images.
PowerPoint 2016 for Windows users will learn about how you can Reset Slides, Duplicate Slides, and Hide/Unhide Slides. PowerPoint 2016 for Mac users will learn how to Manage and Remove Connected Services, and Reset, Export, and Import Ribbon Customizations. And if that wasn’t enough for this week, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates released in the last week.
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