You’re about to give a big presentation. Instead of prepping note cards or print outs with your speaking notes, you can use Keynote’s feature presenter notes to keep those cues in view nearby. In this tutorial, learn how to add presenter notes in Keynote.
Spreadsheets have a place in many workflows. Whether you’re using them to make calculations, analyze data, or simply type project data in a structured format, you probably have already used a spreadsheet app.
You’ve just gotten the call for your dream job, and the recruiter is asking for your resume as soon as possible. The only problem is that you don’t have a resume ready to send them!
You’ve been asked to give a big presentation, and you need to prepare slides to share on the screen. Naturally, you’re going to open up Microsoft PowerPoint and start creating slides that help you share your knowledge.
When you’ve got to give a big presentation, it can be a bit daunting to get started. You might already be feeling nervous about speaking in front of a crowd and be running short on preparation time.
Marketing is something we all know we need to do in our business, but it can take us out of our comfort zone. How do you start marketing, and what should you be doing to get the name out about your business? In this tutorial, you’ll find out.
One of the reasons that I love Adobe Premiere is that there is such a deep community that uses the app. Because of that, there’s no shortage of resources and free templates that you can use to get ahead while producing a video.
All it takes is sharp text with smooth animations to really grab a viewer’s attention. Even if you don’t know animation, you can use pre-built projects to create text animations.
I’m always trying to find ways to convince people to use spreadsheets. I think that a spreadsheet tool like Google Sheets is one of the best ways to set up and organize your project, life, or finances.
You can use check mark symbols as a way to show off completion. And because presentations often contain status updates it’s great to know how to create them in PowerPoint. Let’s learn how in this quick video lesson.
There are almost always more applicants than jobs available. For hiring managers looking to fill a role within their organization, sifting through a huge stack of resumes takes time. As a job applicant, you’ve got to find a way to differentiate your resume from all other options.
What do you do when you need to animate text as if it’s handwriting, but don’t have time to film an artist drawing it? The answer is that you turn to easy projects from ThemeKeeper Market that you can use in Adobe After Effects.
When you get started with a new app like Google Sheets, you want to know all of the tips and tricks that you can use to get the most from it. The faster you learn the spreadsheet tricks, the more efficient you’ll be in that app.
A curved arrow is a common way to point to a key object in PowerPoint and I’ll teach you how to create on in this quick lesson. I like to use an arrow like this to show how two parts of a process relate.