Monthly Archives: December 2008

Browse posts released in December 2008. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary

December 31st, 2008
Happy Holidays from

December 30th, 2008
People Animation in PowerPoint with Motion Paths

December 30th, 2008
Point, Click & Wow: Special Offer

December 30th, 2008
InfoComm International Annual Presentations Professional Survey

December 24th, 2008
Denise Then: Holiday Cards with PowerPoint

December 10th, 2008
Learn PowerPoint: Animation Events

December 9th, 2008
Toolbook: The Brad Crain Interview

December 9th, 2008
SlideShare Now Supports Keynote

December 9th, 2008
Motion Path Animations in PowerPoint: Reference

December 4th, 2008
Slide Executive: Conversation with Liber Rodriguez-Florez

December 4th, 2008
Animation Factory: The Indezine Review

December 4th, 2008
Anoto penPresenter: Conversation with Ebba Åsly Fåhraeus

December 3rd, 2008
Christmas: New PowerPoint Template Set From Ppted

MathType 6 Product December 3rd, 2008
Design Science Releases MathType 6.5 for Windows

December 3rd, 2008
Chart Pattern Fills Add-in: Conversation with Andy Pope

December 2nd, 2008
Point, Click & Wow!: Conversation with Claudyne Wilder

December 2nd, 2008
Entrance, Emphasis, and Exit Animations

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