Monthly Archives: October 2005

Browse posts released in October 2005. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



October 21st, 2005
First Looks: LibertyControl




October 21st, 2005
Microsoft Office 12: The Inside Story




October 21st, 2005
Focus on TurningPoint




October 19th, 2005
Creating Video for iPod




October 19th, 2005
VertigoXmedia Launches Xpresenter Version 1.5




October 15th, 2005
Color Cop: Eyedropper, Magnifier, Color Scheme




October 15th, 2005
The Magic of PowerPoint Live 2005




October 11th, 2005
InsertPicture for PowerPoint:mac




October 11th, 2005
Consistent Color Palettes in PowerPoint




October 9th, 2005
HP mp2210 Portable Projector




October 8th, 2005
Royalty Free Music




October 8th, 2005
Free PowerPoint Templates – Halloween




October 6th, 2005
Articulate Receives TechLearn’s Best of Show Awards




October 6th, 2005
Is Microsoft Set To Shaft Adobe?





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You may have heard—30 million PowerPoint presentations are created daily. Everyone quotes that figure! And the amazing part is not that 30 million is a big number. What I find more interesting than just the number is the fact that this big figure was first mentioned almost seventeen years ago. Frankly, this 30 million figure brings ...


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