By Mike Wong | Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Creating and delivering an effective business presentation can be nerve-wracking for many people. Breaking the presentation-building process into logical chunks provides the structure you need to successfully create and present your next project at work.
Follow these tips to get started in the right direction.
By Mike Wong | Friday, September 18, 2015
These 10 PowerPoint shortcuts will help you repurpose themes from other presentations, play sound across multiple slides, discover hidden keyboard commands, create custom slideshows, and save your presentation as a template for future use.
By Justin Seeley | Sunday, May 17, 2015
Delivering a presentation in front of a room full of people can be a daunting task for a lot of us. There are some who appear to be naturals at it—but in truth, the people who do it well are the ones who work the hardest at it.
I started giving public presentations about 10 years ago, and in that time I’ve learned several things that may help you nail your next presentation:
By Starshine Roshell | Sunday, May 10, 2015
Paulette Perhach can do a lot of things that most people can’t.
She can carry four full dinner plates at a time. She can gallop on a horse. She can split names into two columns in Excel, craft subplots in a fictional story, and do the dance from Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” video. She can make quail traps, tie fancy bows on presents, and produce podcasts.
And she learned it all online.
Just how did she come to acquire this eclectic set of skills? And well … why?
Having graduated college only to realize that she possessed very few useful life skills, Paulette took to the Internet to fill in the sizeable gaps.
“Before I really took control of my own education, I felt like life was always coming at me: another late bill, another bounced check, another photo from a place I wished I could travel to,” says the Seattle resident. “So I started making it a practice to educate myself for 10 minutes a day.
“And life started getting better …”
By Gini Courter | Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Here’s some great news for business users of Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013: You have all the tools you need to apply your company brand—its unique look and feel—to documents, presentations, even spreadsheets.
Office themes are designed to enforce your branding efforts whether you’re building robust templates that support your organization’s communications, launching a fresh identity for a departmental initiative, or creating an innovative personal brand.
Many of the Office branding features are global, so the branding work you do in one Office application (for example, Word) is automatically available for use in Excel and PowerPoint.
Here’s how you can use Office themes to communicate your organization’s identity:
By Adam Wilbert | Wednesday, February 11, 2015
The subscription model is here to stay, and that’s a good thing.
When you dig into the benefits of a subscription—and evaluate the actual costs of “buying” versus “renting” your Office software—you might be surprised at what the numbers tell you.
Here’s why I think an Office 365 subscription is an unbeatable deal.
By Starshine Roshell | Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Over a billion people use Microsoft Office software: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. That’s one in seven people—on the planet.
If you’re one of them, you need the essential time-saving tips in our new Weekly Office Workshop. (Or as we like to call it around here, “W.O.W.”)
By Jess Stratton | Friday, August 01, 2014
Microsoft has just released the first major update for its Office for iPad suite of apps, including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel for iOS. Every update has been made in response to vocal user feedback in the first iterations of using the Office suite on a tablet, and we see some nice new features including gestures, print options, and presentation tools.
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