PowerPoint and Presenting News: August 6, 2013

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First of all, look at all these flagged pins – one for each country in the world. And then we kick start our 7 part Bing Image Search series of tutorials this week – learn how you can use Bing’s filters to sort picture results with so much dexterity – it’s almost like you are sorting numbers in Excel – just that this is also so much more visual! We also explore Bing’s Size filter that will let you search for high resolution pictures easily. PowerPoint 2013 users can then learn about the various types of shapes available – you also learn how you can insert these shapes. And if you want to link rather than insert your pictures, we cover that too. We also have a 3 part series on AutoCorrect options for PowerPoint 2011 for Mac users – learn how to automatically fix a number of common typos and spelling errors – as you type any text. And finally, do look at discussions and templates of this week!

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