Monthly Archives: December 2003

Browse posts released in December 2003. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



Starting with Bézier Curves December 18th, 2003
Bézier Curves in PowerPoint




PowerPoint Makes You Dumb December 16th, 2003
New York Times Article About PowerPoint Raises Storm




Countdown Timers December 16th, 2003
Countdown Timers in PowerPoint




Omnivox December 15th, 2003
Omnivox Offers a Great Discount




PowerPoint by David Byrne December 10th, 2003
PowerPoint – An Art Form?




PowerTalk December 9th, 2003
PowerTalk 1.2 Released




7 Deadly Sins of PowerPoint December 9th, 2003
Seven PowerPoint Sins




PointCapture December 9th, 2003
PointCapture: The Indezine Review




Powerbullet December 6th, 2003
Powerbullet




Visio in PowerPoint December 6th, 2003
Using a Visio Timeline Diagram in PowerPoint




PowerPoint to Flash December 6th, 2003
PowerPoint and Flash Pages Revamped




PowerPoint Ezine Issue 33 December 3rd, 2003
PowerPoint Ezine Issue 33




PowerPoint Presentations Online 1943259 December 3rd, 2003
PowerPoint Presentations Online: No! Stop! Don’t!





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