Footnotes in PowerPoint are always useful for adding attribution or a source to the facts. I’ll show you how to add footnotes in PowerPoint in this quick lesson.
The PowerPoint title slide sets the stage for all of your subsequent slides. We’ve all sat through enough boring presentations to know that not all presentations are created equally. Well-designed presentations are more likely to leave the audience with the impression you set out to make.
Whether you’re pitching a new product or service or reporting on the progress of an existing project, you could use a PowerPoint timeline to showcase important dates and milestones. PowerPoint timelines are a great way to visually illustrate time, but they can be time-consuming to create.
It’s easy to add lines and shapes to your PowerPoint presentation. Whether you’re using these to point to something specific on a slide or add an entirely new shape illustration you can add them with just a few clicks.
Infographics can add a bit of visual interest to a slide. Instead of just using bolded lists or paragraph to explain concepts use an infographic.
A watermark can help you protect the integrity of your presentation. A watermark clearly identifies a presentation as yours. This can be especially important when many presentations are uploaded to the internet. A watermark can also be used to distinguish a draft of your presentation from the final presentation.
If you’re working on a presentation, using a PowerPoint template is one of the best ways to get it done quickly with a professional appearance. But, as you probably know if you’ve ever created a slideshow, it’s important that the template you select includes the PowerPoint slide templates you need to get your message across.
Kinetic typography is this slick-looking text effect you may have seen before with easy animations on clean brightly colored backgrounds. You can actually create these types of effects in Microsoft PowerPoint.
The way that you put together your teams matters. Creating a properly structured organization chart ensures that you’ve got the right people as supervisors, and the right teams configured to get work done.
If you’ve got a presentation or planning meeting and need to discuss the coming year or a schedule of any type, a PowerPoint calendar template is just what you need. You can display the calendar with the planned events for each day, week, or month. You can even print out the PowerPoint calendar or schedule and post it as a reminder of what you’ve got planned.
In the era of big data, we’re all trying to find meaning in information. The larger the dataset, the more time you’re going to spend pouring through it to try and understand it, find trends, and convey that information to others.
Venn diagrams are those neat charts of overlapping circles, and it makes it easy to understand what two types of data do or don’t have in common. In this screen cast I’ll show you how to create 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.