Monthly Archives: November 2009

Browse posts released in November 2009. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary

November 30th, 2009
Learn PowerPoint: Text Placeholders vs. Text Boxes

November 30th, 2009
Learn PowerPoint: Slides / Outline Pane in PowerPoint 2003

November 28th, 2009
PowerPoint Cool Stuff: Create a Slide Show That Really Slides!

November 27th, 2009
Dump that Text! Transform Your PowerPoint Slides into a Visual Feast

November 25th, 2009
Brainshark Insurance Network: Conversation with Irwin Hipsman

November 22nd, 2009
Office 2010 Beta

November 10th, 2009
Photographs and Copyrights: Conversation with Rikk Flohr

November 9th, 2009
Adobe Captivate’s Edit View

November 7th, 2009
Effective Animation: Conversation with Glen Millar

November 3rd, 2009
PowerPoint Training Sessions: Two Day PowerPoint 2007 Course

November 2nd, 2009
PowerPoint Live Sessions: Peggy Says Do It Now!

Popular Posts

10 Tips for Pecha Kucha 10 Tips for Pecha Kucha

A few days ago, our PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff LinkedIn group had a great discussion on Pecha Kucha. It started with one of our members asking for some guidance on how to go about preparing for a Pecha Kucha presentation. To those of you who do not know what Pecha Kucha is, it is a ...

Ten Easy Topics for Pecha Kucha Ten Easy Topics for Pecha Kucha

We have so many interactive and communicative visitors on They get in touch via email, or the feedback forms, or via our chat applet, and even through our LinkedIn and Facebook communities. One question that has come up often is about topics for Pecha Kucha presentations. So I decided to do something about these ...

How to Use PowerPoint Differently: 3 Unique Use Cases How to Use PowerPoint Differently: 3 Unique Use Cases

 by Kurt Dupont PowerPoint is a very resourceful tool that can help businesses achieve more. Unfortunately, there are several possibilities within PowerPoint that people don’t know. The only thing that people know is how to design the presentations, but they don’t know they can use certain tools to better enhance those presentations and achieve more. Some ...

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