Indezine News: October 23, 2012

Created: Tuesday, October 23, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am



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In this issue, you’ll find our new scribble textures! If you have seen all the fancy text with scribbled diagonal lines, then you can now make this effect right inside PowerPoint. Nancy Duarte provides Indezine readers with an exclusive conversation about her new book, HBR Guide to Persuasive Presentations. Tom Mucciolo returns with another amazing piece called Slides and Speakers. M. S. Ramgopal tell you how you can choose and use stock photos and diagrams wisely in your slides. And if you ever thought that Steve Jobs will teach you PowerPoint, then you were wrong — and ironically right if you lived in Bangkok? Finally, Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales go to a land beyond PowerPoint or any slide-ware to create magical presentations. There are plenty of other tutorials — learn about text fills in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows. And if you are a PowerPoint for Mac user, learn about formatting bulleted lists.

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