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And the research says? PowerPoint meets cognitive science - PowerPoint

And the research says? PowerPoint meets cognitive science - PowerPoint | PowerPoint | Scoop.it
By Robert Lane and Robert Wright Applies to: Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 A note to the reader How do you best use PowerPoint to your
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Some science behind PowerPoint.

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Name and save your presentation - PowerPoint

As with any software program, it is a good idea to name and save your presentation immediately and then to save your changes frequently while you work: Click the File tab. Click
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Most of the time going to the website of the software itself will answer a lot of your questions.

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Designing a "Look" for your PowerPoint 2013 Presentation | Introduction | Que

Designing a "Look" for your PowerPoint 2013 Presentation | Introduction | Que | PowerPoint | Scoop.it
This chapter provides tips, techniques, and advice for customizing the look and feel of your presentation and creating templates to use again later.
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A great article on learning to use/create a template and theme to use in PowerPoint.

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Add, rearrange, and delete slides - PowerPoint

Show All Hide All The single slide that appears automatically when you open PowerPoint has two placeholders (placeholders: Boxes with dotted or hatch-marked borders that are part
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Preparing Killer PowerPoint Slideshows for Online Presentations | PowerPoint Online | Que

Preparing Killer PowerPoint Slideshows for Online Presentations | PowerPoint Online | Que | PowerPoint | Scoop.it
PowerPoint comes with so many features, it's easy to create a slideshow with more special effects than Star Wars. But that doesn't mean your slideshow will be any good! If you want to create a slideshow that presents well online, Neale Monks shows you how crucial it is to consider its content, style, and the way you're going to arrange and reveal your facts.
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A few tips on making your presentation even better.

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