PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 15, 2019

Created: Tuesday, January 15, 2019, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:00 am



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We first explore the topic of font sizes in a slide, and how much smaller you can go with font sizes to ensure that the last person in the room can read your slide content. We also invite you to Taylor Croonquist’s PowerPoint Shortcut Secrets webinar for 2019. We then explore some Photoshop tutorials that will benefit PowerPoint users. We also look at using Photos in Presentations.

PowerPoint 2016 for Windows users can learn how to Repair Office and PowerPoint. PowerPoint 2013 for Windows users can explore Gradient Fills for Text. PowerPoint 2010 for Windows will learn about Creating Anchor Points for Connectors, and PowerPoint 2016 for Mac users can explore Gradient Outlines, and the Account Tab in Backstage View. And if that wasn’t enough for this week, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates released in the last week.

PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 15, 2019

Stay informed about updated tutorials and happenings related to PowerPoint and presenting.


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