Your presentation orientation is important. Let’s look at how to change orientation in PowerPoint from landscape to portrait using Microsoft PowerPoint.
In this tutorial, I’m going to share ten quick PowerPoint presentation tips that will help you improve your PowerPoint presentations. You’ll see a combination of features you might not know about, and get tips on changing your slide design to make your content shine.
You can fade a photo in PowerPoint to be partially transparent with a bit of a workaround trick. Let’s learn how in this quick video.
The majority of presentations are forgotten as soon as the audience leaves the room. If you’re going to invest the time and energy into giving a presentation, then you want to leave the audience with something to remember.
Footers are for the bottom of your presentation and can show information on each and every slide. In today’s tutorial, learn how to quickly edit the footer in your PowerPoint slides.
Microsoft PowerPoint is a professional tool for making presentations, which has been around for decades. It has a number of features that make it a powerful presentation tool.
The long shadow effect can bring a bit of drama and on-trend style to the creative visuals in your video. With logos and graphics especially, applying a sizable shadow can really set off the look.
When you think of PowerPoint presentations, you likely envision them being presented using a projector or large screen display. But when you can’t connect in-person to give your presentation, posting your PowerPoint online may be the next best alternative.
Using images is a great way in PowerPoint to add variety and illustrate your major points. Let’s look at how to add images into PowerPoint.
Screenshots are perfect for adding an illustration to your Excel workbook. You might be using Excel to create documentation or work instructions for someone. Instead of using a separate app to grab and edit screenshots, you can do this right inside Excel. Let’s learn how.
We tend to think of presentations as our chance to speak to an audience. In reality, some of the best presentations I’ve attended ended with a “question and answer” (Q&A) session where the audience can ask the speaker questions.