PowerPoint and Presenting News: March 31, 2015

Created: Tuesday, March 31, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

Were you fascinated with paper planes as a child? Now you can fly them on your slides with our new Paper Plane graphics for PowerPoint! And you can also fly them up your charts, after you decide whether a Column or a Bar chart works best with your data? We then bring you two amazing interviews that have nothing to do with how you design your slides, but everything about how you communicate with your audience. Fred Miller discusses Elevator Speeches, and why these speeches need not be within an elevator, despite their name! And Nancy Ancowitz explains how introverts are different than extroverts while presenting, and not too different too! PowerPoint 2013 users can learn about all sorts of Indent markers that influence how your paragraphs get positioned as a bulleted list within PowerPoint? PowerPoint 2011 for Mac users can explore Viewing Sections and Tips for Custom Shows while PowerPoint 2010 for Windows users can learn about creating Custom Slide Shows. And don’t miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

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