Monthly Archives: September 2007

Browse posts released in September 2007. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary

September 27th, 2007
Microsoft Details Office 2008 Mac Versions

September 22nd, 2007
PowerPoint Add-in Needs a Name!

September 19th, 2007
muvee PhotoAlbum superStyles

September 19th, 2007
Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac has the Elements Gallery (no Ribbons)

September 19th, 2007
Focus on Wacom Bamboo

September 18th, 2007
PowerPoint Wall

September 18th, 2007
Google Unveils “Presentations”

September 18th, 2007
Extract Flash: Conversation with Rhys Jeremiah

September 15th, 2007
Google’s PowerPoint Plans

September 14th, 2007
Microsoft Offers $60 Microsoft Office to College Students

September 14th, 2007
Ppted Architecture Updated with Extras

September 6th, 2007
Google-Microsoft Office Rivalry to Escalate

September 5th, 2007
10 things you can do to make your presentations more effective

September 4th, 2007
Speech-Over Studio: Conversation with Joel Harband

September 3rd, 2007
New Orleans: New PowerPoint Template Set From Ppted

September 3rd, 2007
Intro Animation Contest from PowerPoint Cafe, Korea

September 1st, 2007
Copyright Primer from PACA

September 1st, 2007
Focus on Vcasmo

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