PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff

Indezine News: April 9, 2013

We start this issue with another set of pushpin graphics! Put these on four corners of your pictures, or just place one of them on the top center of your picture! We’ve combined all our pushpin graphic sets into one simple download now! Read our review about MagPointer — this is a fascinating PowerPoint add-in to try out, and makes it easier to present data heavy slides. Matt Carter is based out of the Northwestern part of the US, and he discusses his book, Designing Science Presentations — great if you work in science, medicine, research or related fields — but his book is essentially great reading for any PowerPoint designer. We continue with our tutorials on the new PowerPoint 2013 for Windows — also you’ll find ways to make your text stand apart in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac. Enjoy this issue, and do send us your feedback!

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