What is a multimedia presentation? You’ve probably heard the term multimedia, but what does it actually mean in PowerPoint?
Drop shadows are one of those text features that help you really set your text off on a slide. Today, I’ll teach you how to apply these types of text effects in PowerPoint.
Timelines and presentations go hand in hand. One of the best ways to tell a story in your presentation is to give your audience a timeline that connects the past to the present.
You might think of PowerPoint as the app you use when you’re speaking to an audience. But what if that audience can’t be in the same room as you?
PowerPoint has this great feature called SmartArt that helps you add graphic illustrations and infographics to your presentation. You have to see it in action to get some ideas about how you can best use SmartArt in PowerPoint to make flexible presentation graphics.
PowerPoint has the option to crop images inside of the presentation, so that you don’t need a separate app to select the part of the image that matters for your presentation. Let’s learn how to crop images in PowerPoint fast.
Getting good with a new app like PowerPoint is easy when you learn it one tool at a time. Even though PowerPoint is painless to get started with, there’s plenty of features underneath the hood.
Even if you’re an artist, you might be out of your comfort zone when it comes to creating presentations. Public speaking is a skillset of its own, so you might need some extra inspiration to get started with building a presentation.
PowerPoint is by far the most popular presentation app, and it’s easy to see why. There are many themes, layouts, and tools inside PowerPoint that help you build professional presentations quickly.
PowerPoint has plenty of tools and options to build great looking slides. That includes using background images or graphics to create unique slide designs. Instead of using solid color backgrounds, use an image or graphic as the backdrop to your content.
PowerPoint presentations contain all types of content: text, video, audio, and images.