Monthly Archives: March 2004

Browse posts released in March 2004. See all archives.

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March 31st, 2004





March 27th, 2004
PowerCONVERTER 4.4 Released




March 25th, 2004
An Interview with Tom Bunzel




March 25th, 2004
PowerPoint PDF Bloating




March 24th, 2004
Giants: Coughlin makes his PowerPoint




March 23rd, 2004





March 18th, 2004





March 18th, 2004





March 18th, 2004





Richard E Mayer March 17th, 2004
The Cognitive Load of PowerPoint: Interview with Richard E Mayer




March 17th, 2004
Really Bad PowerPoint, Revisited




March 16th, 2004





March 16th, 2004
An Interview with Jim Reisteter




Sonia Coleman March 15th, 2004
An Interview with Sonia Coleman




March 12th, 2004





March 11th, 2004





March 11th, 2004





March 11th, 2004
Churches Use PowerPoint




March 9th, 2004





March 9th, 2004
Inserting Flash (.SWF) Files into PowerPoint




March 9th, 2004





March 8th, 2004
Flash Template converts from PowerPoint




March 8th, 2004
Vic Ferri Creates EXEs from PowerPoint




March 5th, 2004
The Seven Deadly Sins of Powerpoint Presentations




March 5th, 2004






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Probably you know this situation: your presentation gets longer and longer and you want to help your audience to know which topic you are on and help them keep track of what has been covered already and what is still coming up. Unfortunately, PowerPoint does not provide an easy way to implement a progress indicator ...


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