Monthly Archives: February 2005

Browse posts released in February 2005. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary

February 26th, 2005
PresenterNet Users Add New Applications with Macromedia FlashPaper2

February 23rd, 2005
The Pete McChrystal Interview

February 23rd, 2005
Java PowerPoint Renderer

February 15th, 2005
Presentations in Blue Period

February 15th, 2005
Serious Magic Announces Ovation

February 14th, 2005
Microsoft’s Office Bucks For A Promotion

February 9th, 2005
JupiterImages relaunches

February 5th, 2005
Gates, Sinofsky Tout Office-As-Platform

February 5th, 2005
Snapz Pro X for PowerPoint:mac

February 4th, 2005
PowerPoint strives for an ‘A’ in US class

February 3rd, 2005
Slide Executive

February 2nd, 2005
PowerPoint Ezine Issue 52

February 1st, 2005

February 1st, 2005
The Power of Storytelling

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  by Jerry Weissman Two weeks ago, Mary Jennings Hegar was a textbook definition of a long shot: a rookie Democrat running in red state Texas’ 31st Congressional District against John Carter, a Republican who has held the office for 15 years. Although MJ, as she likes to be called, had a distinguished career as a U.S ...

Possibilities 02: Dashboards in PowerPoint Possibilities 02: Dashboards in PowerPoint

Look at this picture carefully because there's more here than what meets the eye. This is a dashboard view of a car that could have been sold fifty years ago, but in many ways, cars still provide dashboards that may not look similar--but still do provide the information that a driver needs. You can see ...

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