PowerPoint and Presenting News: April 14, 2015

Created: Tuesday, April 14, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

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Keys — yes, keys can be so fascinating as a visual concept because they are almost as fascinating in everyday life. Keys open locks, and represent solutions to problems, resolutions to puzzles, and answers to riddles. And they do more — they symbolize solutions to complex algorithms, unscramble code, and also solve many of life’s problems! That’s the reason why we got you two sets of Key graphics this week! In addition, we have many tutorial for you. PowerPoint 2013 users can learn about text stuff such as margins and columns — and also how you can set a default text box. You’ll also learn about changing text case and WordArt. PowerPoint 2010 users can learn about inserting pictures from the Clip Art Task Pane — now the search results for the pictures you see come from Bing — we also show you how you can understand these results better. You will also learn about highlighting text, and removing or copying those highlights. And don’t miss the new discussions and templates of this week!

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