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PowerPoint 2010 New Features
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Broadcasting on the web


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PowerPoint 2010 New Features

with David Diskin

Video: Broadcasting on the web

If you've ever hosted a conference call for training or to give a sales pitch, you know that you can only get so much across over the phone. If you e-mail your attendees your slideshow, you've no doubt run into these two problems; they can't open your file, or they just can't seem to stay in sync with you as you advance through your slides. PowerPoint 2010 solves both of these problems with one very slick feature, broadcasting your presentation. Let's demonstrate. When I am ready to get started, I choose the Slide Show tab from the Ribbon and click on Broadcast Slide Show.

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PowerPoint 2010 New Features
1h 7m Appropriate for all May 20, 2010

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In PowerPoint 2010 New Features, David Diskin explores the latest version of Microsoft's presentation software. This course covers themes and transitions, the ability to add equations and over forty new SmartArt diagrams to presentations, new photo retouching and video editing features, and new ways to collaborate and share presentations across the Internet. Exercise files accompany the course.

Topics include:
  • Customizing the Ribbon interface
  • Using the new Backstage View
  • Saving time with the Animation Painter
  • Styling a presentation with themes and transitions
  • Introducing new ways to work with video
  • Using the enhanced photo editing features such as cropping, removing backgrounds, and artistic effects
  • Broadcasting a presentation on the Web
  • Merging, comparing, and collaborating on presentations
Subject:
Business
Software:
PowerPoint
Author:
David Diskin

Broadcasting on the web

If you've ever hosted a conference call for training or to give a sales pitch, you know that you can only get so much across over the phone. If you e-mail your attendees your slideshow, you've no doubt run into these two problems; they can't open your file, or they just can't seem to stay in sync with you as you advance through your slides. PowerPoint 2010 solves both of these problems with one very slick feature, broadcasting your presentation. Let's demonstrate. When I am ready to get started, I choose the Slide Show tab from the Ribbon and click on Broadcast Slide Show.

If this is the first time you've done this, you're going to need to use your Windows Live login. And if you don't have one, you can click to Get a .NET Passport. You may already have one if you have a Hotmail account, or have used any of Microsoft's other similar services. Let me go ahead and Login. PowerPoint will connect back to Microsoft, securely uploading your file. It usually takes less than a minute. When it's done, this dialog box appears.

You can use it to send an invitational e-mail to your recipients, or you can copy and paste this URL and send it via Instant Messenger, post it on your blog, or publish it in any other way. Notice that when I click Send in Email, my Outlook Client appears with an e-mail ready to go. I can type in the recipient's e-mail address, change the subject, and possibly change the body. I'll click Send and send my message.

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