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PowerPoint and Presenting News: April 23, 2013

Do you like it when the underline you use for any word crosses the descenders for some characters? Looks like a strike-through? The good news is that you can stop underlining your descenders! That was about text — and now about pictures. Here’s a question: Are you sure that the Creative Commons licensed picture on Flickr is essentially an original picture? Get answers to this burning question! We also have an interview with Jan Schultink, author of a new book called Pitch It! And to top it all, you’ll find the last installment of our Pushpin graphics collection. Finally, you will find simple-to-understand, cross referenced tutorials on PowerPoint tasks. If you use PowerPoint 2013 for Windows, look at our tutorials on working with Grids. PowerPoint 2011 for Mac users will enjoy tutorials on Poster frames and Correction adjustments for movie clips.

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