The Polished Presentation — Shellie Tucker and Julie Terberg

Created: Tuesday, July 8, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:40 am



It’s always easy to be biased towards something put together by two of my friends — but even if I were not biased, I’ll call this sort of content “amazing”. Shellie Tucker put up this article called The Polished Presentation — and Julie Terberg was the designer who helped her with some great advice. Read the article on the Microsoft Office Online site. And while all the screenshots show PowerPoint 2007 for Windows, all those techniques will work on PowerPoint 2008 for Mac as well.

Learn how you can create a better flow with animation, a better look with picture effects, and a better layout with crop and align tools.

Julie Terberg is a PowerPoint MVP, and Shellie Tucker is part of an outstanding team at Microsoft that creates online content on PowerPoint.

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