PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 13, 2015

Created: Tuesday, January 13, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

We begin with our new graphics collection ob Bulbs — something that you can use as an analogy in so many ways. We then bring you Jigsaws, and these will help you create your own slide visuals too. And many times, both bulbs and jigsaws may appear clichéd, unless you use them as just one part of your entire graphic? To give you an idea, put a bulb within a human head graphic, and it has another meaning. Add it within a book, and the significance changes. We then explore recording video in Adobe Presenter, an eLearning add-in for PowerPoint. And then we bring you some tutorials on working with fonts, themes, and bulleted lists within PowerPoint 2013 for Windows.

And don’t miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

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