Monthly Archives: December 2009

Browse posts released in December 2009. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



Markus Hannebauer December 22nd, 2009
think-cell: Conversation with Markus Hannebauer




December 11th, 2009
Poll on PowerPoint 2010




December 8th, 2009
Speech-Over Professional 4: The Indezine Review




December 8th, 2009
XL-Addin: Conversation with Aurelian Laic




December 8th, 2009
Get 50% off Wildform Products Only Today and Tomorrow




Carmen Simon December 5th, 2009
Better Beginnings: The Carmen Simon Interview




Carmine Gallo December 1st, 2009
Create a Presentation the Steve Jobs Way




December 1st, 2009
Learn PowerPoint 2007: Text Placeholders vs. Text Boxes





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