I just gave a webinar on upgrading to PowerPoint 2013, explaining all the new features and how to use them. During the webinar, I discussed 2 features that I realized are so hard to find that I really should share them with everyone.
PowerPoint is a blank screen. So what you have on it is determined by you. That's why I always advocate being intentional with your design. There's nothing on the screen that's there by accident. One simple tip is to refrain ...
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I had to share this article. The title intrigued me because, like the author, I think PowerPoint is a very powerful and diverse application.
Polychart is a free web service that lets you easily create Dashboards and charts from your existing database. It conveniently connects directly to where you store your data and works in browsers and on tablets so you can create charts and diagrams anywhere you are. You can also export your charts to PowerPoint, PDF and image formats.
TechSpot Computer Tips & Tricks Everyone Should Know TechSpot Move Cursor to beginning of the next or previous word Moving the cursor around manually while typing is a great way to make your work take longer than it needs to.
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