Thoughts and impressions of happenings in the world of PowerPoint and presentations, continuously updated since 2003.
We first look at glossophobia, the fear of speaking in public, which is scarier than death and darkness to an average person. We then feature Olivier de Saint Louvent, who talks about the Power-user add-in for PowerPoint that has a huge number of users. We bring back Taylor Croonquist’s feature on creating waterfall charts in PowerPoint.
PowerPoint 2019 for Mac users can learn about the many printing options available. Also, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.
PowerPoint 2019 for Mac has no Backstage View. It uses menus to access options that are available within the Backstage view in other PowerPoint versions. In this tutorial, we will explore the Print option used to print the current presentation in the form of selected slides, notes pages, handouts, etc. Follow these steps to learn more about Print options in PowerPoint 2019 for Mac.
Olivier de Saint Louvent is the CEO of Power-user, which he co-founded in 2015 in Paris. Power-user is one of the leading productivity solutions for Microsoft Office, with 250,000 users globally. Before that, he worked in strategy consulting where he experienced the need to improve how people work with PowerPoint, Excel & Word.
In this conversation, Olivier talks about the Power-user add-in for PowerPoint.
we first explore the art of skillful and sincere speaking, both on a video call or in person, in a guest post by Lyn Roseaman of Toastmasters International. We then bring back after three years a lifetime offer to Pslides presentation templates. Next, Bob Befus tells us about the amazing new features in their updated SlideSource product that’s a well-known presentation management solution. We also bring you a complete review of iSpring Suite 9.7, a complete eLearning solution that works as a PowerPoint add-in.
Also, make sure you do not miss the quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.
Bob Befus is a serial entrepreneur who has focused on the presentation needs of medical and pharmaceutical organizations for most of his career. He is a regulatory presentation expert and continues to work with leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies on critical presentation projects for both regulatory and medical affairs. In 1996, Bob developed an interactive digital display software that enabled presenters to organize thousands of data slides and be able to locate and present them instantly during live Q&A. Since 1996, Bob has continued to develop and refine several presentation support technologies including SlideSource for SharePoint in 2010 and SlideSource.com in 2015.
In this interview, Bob discusses the new features in SlideSource Library.
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