December 2022 Content


Monthly Archives: December 2022

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PowerPoint and Presenting News: December 27, 2022 December 27th, 2022
PowerPoint and Presenting News: December 27, 2022




Resizing Shapes in PowerPoint for the Web December 23rd, 2022
Resizing Shapes in PowerPoint for the Web




In the Line of Fire, 3rd Edition December 19th, 2022
In the Line of Fire, 3rd Edition: Conversation with Jerry Weissman




Resizing Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Mac December 14th, 2022
Resizing Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Mac




PowerPoint and Presenting News: December 13, 2022 December 13th, 2022
PowerPoint and Presenting News: December 13, 2022




Resizing Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Windows December 12th, 2022
Resizing Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Windows




Tips for a Great Farewell Speech December 9th, 2022
How to Make a Great Farewell Speech




Four Actionable Ways to Ramp up Your Confidence December 1st, 2022
Four Actionable Ways to Ramp up Your Confidence





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