Monthly Archives: September 2005

Browse posts released in September 2005. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



September 30th, 2005
Create Picture Frames in PowerPoint




September 30th, 2005
Intelligence and Office 12 Ribbons




September 28th, 2005
Impatica Projects PowerPoint Presentations Directly from the BlackBerry




September 24th, 2005
Creating 3D Transitions in PowerPoint on the Cheap




September 23rd, 2005
Office 12 makeover takes on ‘feature creep’




September 16th, 2005
Office 12: New Formats in a Zipppy




September 15th, 2005
The Ten Commandments for PowerPoint Presentations




September 15th, 2005
Microsoft Office 12 Pre-Beta 1




September 15th, 2005
Death to (bad) PowerPoint!




September 14th, 2005
PowerPoint 12: First Looks




September 11th, 2005
Windows In Your Pocket




September 8th, 2005
Turn any Bluetooth Headset into a PowerPoint remote




September 8th, 2005
New PDF to PowerPoint Conversion Tool




September 3rd, 2005
PointeCast: New $99 Version




September 3rd, 2005
How to Convert PowerPoint to Flash Manually





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A few days ago, our PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff LinkedIn group had a great discussion on Pecha Kucha. It started with one of our members asking for some guidance on how to go about preparing for a Pecha Kucha presentation. To those of you who do not know what Pecha Kucha is, it is a ...


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We have so many interactive and communicative visitors on Indezine.com. They get in touch via email, or the feedback forms, or via our chat applet, and even through our LinkedIn and Facebook communities. One question that has come up often is about topics for Pecha Kucha presentations. So I decided to do something about these ...


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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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