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Image intensive PowerPoint files quick to view!

Close to 100 large images converted to PNGs and inserted into PowerPoint. Uploaded to OneDrive. Originally 67 Mb, it takes no time at all to load. View here as an online … Continue reading

2015-10-21 · Leave a comment

PowerPoint — iPad — OneDrive

This is my third post written on this PowerPoint/iPad topic. Can you tell I like my iPad? The issue recently arising, is that these HTML5 converted slides I used for … Continue reading

2015-10-17 · 2 Comments

Think billboard

Limited text. Powerful & pertinent imagery. Viewing your slides as billboards along the highway is one of the best approaches you can take when it comes to PowerPoint slides.  You … Continue reading

2015-09-18 · 8 Comments

AMAZE and INFORM — knowing how much to put on your slides

There is a big debate about slide design on the web. It’s been simmering for quite a while. Two opposing camps, although neither of them see any war. Both think … Continue reading

2015-09-18 · Leave a comment

How to Replace my Title Photo in PowerPoint

If you click on your title slide and it selects the image, that’s easy. The thin blue outline and white corner dots indicate that the image has been simply placed … Continue reading

2015-09-17 · Leave a comment

Reminds me of how I got into PowerPoint

Simple layout. Excellent font choice. Superb text, well written, well structured. Lots of white space. Well done by Velocity. The story reminds me of how I started working with PowerPoint. … Continue reading

2015-09-17 · Leave a comment

What’s the link between PowerPoint and carving?

What’s the link between PowerPoint and carving? None, as far as I could see, for the longest time. Then I read a slew of books and quite a bit on … Continue reading

2015-09-17 · Leave a comment

You have 20 minutes for your presentation.

Will it be War and Peace, or The Sunday Comics? I believe the question answers itself. It should. But rarely does. Countless times I have seen presentation slides stuffed to … Continue reading

2015-09-17 · 1 Comment

PowerPoint slides are not cue cards!

PowerPoint slides are not cue cards. So stop using bullet points on your projected slides. The audience does not want to read your cue cards. PowerPoint slides are your best … Continue reading

2014-03-25 · 1 Comment

Slidedocs – an evolving trend in Powerpoint templates

Slidedocs – Quick bytes – Fast food for thought This is the third time I have been asked to create a vertical PowerPoint template. And it seems that I am … Continue reading

2014-03-18 · 4 Comments