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.
Do you have an educational presentation coming up soon?
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.
Do you have a big medical or health presentation coming up quickly? Are you pressed for time and need to put together your PowerPoint presentation quickly? Does the idea of designing a presentation from scratch sound a bit overwhelming?
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.
Do you have a big presentation coming up quickly? Is your brain exploding with creative presentation ideas? Are you ready to start planning and designing your new PowerPoint presentation?
When you’ve been asked to speak in front of an audience, you’re likely going to prepare speaking aids to show on screen and guide your presentation. But building out those slides takes time – time that you may not have while also writing all of the content for your presentation!
Do you have a business presentation to give this week? Is the deadline for your pitch approaching fast? Or is the clock ticking down to the date of your speaking engagement?
Most Microsoft Office apps play nicely together, and Word and PowerPoint are no exception. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to insert a Word document into your PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoint templates are a great way to add design elements to your presentation. Templates can also be a timesaver that helps you to pull your presentation together quickly. Even premium templates can save you money since you don’t have to hire your own designer. Finally, the right template can help you to easily brand your presentation to match your company guidelines or other standards such as school requirements
Do you need to raise money for your business idea? Is an investor meeting fast approaching? If so, is your pitch deck in order?
Are you working with a lot of information, looking for the connection points that will move your audience? Do you need to pull it together to create a great PowerPoint presentation?