Monthly Archives: March 2008

Browse posts released in March 2008. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary

March 31st, 2008
Mix and Mash Online Video Clips with Omnisio

March 29th, 2008
The Screencaster: Lessons to the aspiring screencaster from Strunk & White

March 28th, 2008
Slide Executive 2.4: The Indezine Review

March 28th, 2008
Poetry Slideshows in PowerPoint!

March 28th, 2008
More on SlideRocket

March 27th, 2008
Telecommunications: New PowerPoint Template Set From Ppted

March 27th, 2008
Interview on Storybored

March 27th, 2008
Automating Microsoft PowerPoint 2008

March 27th, 2008
New Options on Scrapblog Site

March 26th, 2008
Every Makeover is Different

March 26th, 2008
authorSTREAM now allows downloads of PowerPoint files, and sharing PowerPoints on YouTube and iPods

March 24th, 2008
Ric’s Podcast: Why You, Too, Should Kiss Your Frog!

March 19th, 2008
Ppted Solar System Updated with Extras

March 16th, 2008
Office: mac 2008: What the reviewers are saying?

March 15th, 2008
Quick PowerPoint Tricks

March 15th, 2008
Ppted Connectivity Updated with Extras

March 7th, 2008
Ppted Human Geography 01 Updated with Extras

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