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A lot of people use Microsoft PowerPoint for their presentations but do we really know how to make our slide decks slick and professional? Here’s some Microsoft PowerPoint tips to help you get the most out of this program, including some time saving tricks.
- PowerPoint 2013 Quick Start Guide: http://officeimg.vo.msecnd.net/en-us/files/110/394/AF103733511.pdf
Better, faster, slicker PowerPoint presentations with keyboard shortcuts https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-keyboard-shortcuts-to-create-your-presentation-ebb3d20e-dcd4-444f-a38e-bb5c5ed180f4better-faster-slicker-powerpoint-presentations-with-keyboard-shortcuts.aspx
- Do your PowerPoint files get too big to send by email or so big that they don’t run smoothly? Keep the size of your PowerPoint presentations under control by using the native features (tables; charts; SmartArt; shapes) instead of embedding external content
Add a “movie-style” scrolling credit list to the end of your presentation: http://www.vapromag.co.uk/add-scrolling-credits-to-the-end-of-a-powerpoint-presentation/
- You can use these shortcut keys while running a slide show in full-screen mode: http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/powerpoint-help/slide-show-keyboard-shortcuts-HP005195303.aspx
- If you’re reasonably new to Microsoft PowerPoint and want to learn how to get started with animations and transitions, try this short course: http://bit.ly/1bV98sM
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