Monthly Archives: September 2010

Browse posts released in September 2010. See all archives.

See Also:
PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



September 9th, 2010
miniFreeze: Conversation with Greg Passmore




September 8th, 2010
Learn PowerPoint 2010: Slides and Outline Pane




September 7th, 2010
Brainshark for YouTube: Conversation with Andy Zimmerman




September 7th, 2010
Indezine News




September 7th, 2010
Learn PowerPoint 2010: Status Bar




September 6th, 2010
Did Your Laptop or Projector Die: Thoughts by Danny Rocks




September 6th, 2010
Learn PowerPoint 2010: Encrypt with Password




September 3rd, 2010
Building an Interactive Public Transport Map Application in PowerPoint




September 3rd, 2010
Outstanding Presentations Workshop: Conversation with Ellen Finkelstein




September 2nd, 2010
Mark as Final: Adding and Reversing in PowerPoint 2010 and 2007




September 1st, 2010
VIOSO Presenter: Conversation with Emanuel Züger




September 1st, 2010
Learn PowerPoint 2010: Mark as Final





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 Indezine.com. 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 ...


Pivot Tables in PowerPoint: by Kasper Langmann Pivot Tables in PowerPoint: by Kasper Langmann

How to Embed Pivot Tables in PowerPoint Using Excel and PowerPoint 2016 for Windows One of the most commonly used features in Microsoft Excel is the Pivot Table. A Pivot Table simply allows you to make better sense of data by giving you different options of how to view that data. Furthermore, Pivot Tables allow you ...


Page 1 Page 2




Microsoft and the Office logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Plagiarism will be detected by Copyscape

© 2000-2019, Geetesh Bajaj - All rights reserved.

since November 02, 2000