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I’ve been working for home because of the coronavirus lockdown, so I decided to update and revamp two tutorials. The new content has almost doubled the ideas! In the “Picture Copyrights” article, you can explore a story about what happened to someone who put in copied pictures on their PowerPoint slides. In “Is a Picture Really Worth a Thousand Words?”, you’ll find nine such scenarios, along with ideas that will help you make sure that your pictures are certainly worth a thousand words. We also feature Christian Lund, who talks about Templafy, an enterprise-grade productivity and governance platform for enterprise document, presentation, and email creation.
PowerPoint 2019 for Windows users can learn about the Save and Save As tabs of Backstage View. Also, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates featured in the last week.
Are you stuck with what you believe is a boring or even an uninteresting presentation? And now that your boss insists that you largely stay with the existing topic, what can you do? It turns out you can do a lot. In fact, you’ll need to work on not one but three distinct areas to make your PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Slides, or Apple Keynote presentations more effective and less boring. Here are the three areas:
We will look at these three areas, one at a time.
In PowerPoint 365 for the Mac, there is no Info tab of Backstage view like you see in PowerPoint 365 for Windows. Yes, it would have been nice to have this Info tab where you can see and access multiple settings and properties for file options, protecting presentations, media options, inspecting presentations, and management—but most of these settings are available within PowerPoint 365 for Mac in various other locations. In this tutorial, we will help you discover these locations.
We start with tips from David Henson of Toastmasters International, that will help you make the most of your slides in a business presentation. Kurt Dupont of PresentationPoint explores the importance of screen calibration.
PowerPoint 2019 for Windows users can learn about the Open and Close tabs and the Info tab of Backstage view. We also explore the Info tab of Backstage View in PowerPoint 365 for Windows. Also, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates featured in the last week.
Christian Lund is the Chief Product Officer and Co-founder of Templafy, an enterprise-grade productivity and governance platform for enterprise document, presentation and email creation. With over 15 years of domain knowledge, Christian helped spearhead the transition for large organizations from on-premise systems to Software-as-a-Service solutions for document content and template management. Templafy is now a global leader in its category, serving many of the largest international organizations and over 1.5 million users.
As a CPO, Christian oversees Templafy’s product organization and is responsible for connecting Templafy’s overall product strategy and vision with market intelligence and internal operational execution. Christian helps develop the product vision and is driving the product narrative to support alignment across all business units and help Templafy’s go to market activities.
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