Thoughts and impressions of happenings in the world of PowerPoint and presentations, continuously updated since 2003.
Sheila B. Robinson, Ed.D., of Custom Professional Learning, LLC is a speaker, educator, and consultant with a passion for the science of teaching and learning. She works with clients in education, business, government, health care, research, non-profits, and more. Sheila has taught thousands to reach, teach, and connect with audiences through her talks and workshops. She designs professional development and university courses on program evaluation, survey design, data visualization, and audience engagement.
Sheila is a Certified Presentation Specialist (CPS)™ and the Director of Education, Training, and Advocacy at the Presentation Guild, and Senior Design and Facilitation Consultant with Evergreen Data.
In this conversation, Sheila talks about her participation at the upcoming Presentation Summit 2021, being held on location in Clearwater Beach, FL, and virtually this year from September 26 to 29, 2021.
Ken Molay is president and founder of Webinar Success, a consulting firm that assists companies in producing and delivering effective and compelling web seminars. Ken combines a technical background with experience in corporate marketing and public presentations. He is a prolific blogger on the subject of web conferencing and its applications, and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and industry publications. He is a frequent public speaker on the topic of more effective webinars.
In this conversation, Ken talks about his participation at the upcoming Presentation Summit 2021, being held on location in Clearwater Beach, FL, and virtually this year from September 26 to 29, 2021.
As more PowerPoint designers need to work with foreign language presentations, we look at how you can install another language in Microsoft Windows. We also explore how you can replace double-byte fonts such as MS Mincho with normal, everyday fonts. In the same post, we look at how you can install such fonts easily, legally, and at no extra cost.
PowerPoint 2019 users on both Windows and Mac can learn how to insert video clips in detailed tutorials explaining the differences between linking and embedding videos. We also look at whether you should consider inserting videos in the first place. We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.
If you want to insert a video clip within your PowerPoint slide, spare a thought for why you would insert video clips in the first place. Most of the video clips are just added to grab attention. Before we show you how you can add a video clip to your slide in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows, let us explore a few good reasons to add video clips.
Do you want to insert video clips within your PowerPoint slides? Videos can be useful to express your message, and PowerPoint lets you easily insert video clips. There are some prerequisites though that you must have in place before you use video clips in PowerPoint and also, you must be sure that you are using video clips for the right reasons.
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