January 2023 Content


Monthly Archives: January 2023

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The Reluctant Presenter: Conversation with Meghan Dotter January 24th, 2023
The Reluctant Presenter: Conversation with Meghan Dotter




How to Remember What to Say January 24th, 2023
How to Remember What to Say




Circular Graphics Maker for PowerPoint: Conversation with Kacharuk Marukpitak January 23rd, 2023
Circular Graphics Maker for PowerPoint: Conversation with Kacharuk Marukpitak




Flip Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Mac January 19th, 2023
Flip Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Mac




Flip Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Windows January 18th, 2023
Flip Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Windows




PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 17, 2023 January 17th, 2023
PowerPoint and Presenting News: January 17, 2023




In Praise of Analogies - Jerry Weissman January 11th, 2023
In Praise of Analogies




Rotate Shapes in PowerPoint for the Web January 6th, 2023
Rotate Shapes in PowerPoint for the Web




Rotate Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Mac January 5th, 2023
Rotate Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Mac




Rotate Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Windows January 2nd, 2023
Rotate Shapes in PowerPoint 365 for Windows





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