How to convert powerpoint to YouTube video

How to convert powerpoint to YouTube video

This step-by-step 'PowerPoint Convert' guide illustrates how to convert a Business PowerPoint slide show into the YouTube video format (MP4) so you can share presentations with a global audience.

PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts

PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts

If you are a serious Business PowerPoint user, you will appreciate how useful it is to know the right shortcuts.

Black and white printouts – make them right

Black and white printouts – make them right

I will lay a little bet with you that when you print out handouts in black and white, when graphics are involved, they often don't come out as you would expect....

Introducing the PPT template

Introducing the PPT template

A PPT template is a "pre-made" presentation environment. When a template is applied to a presentation, the Title Master and Slide Master (text slide or secondary slide) are pre-laid-out for you...

PowerPoint convert zone: PPT to Google Docs

PowerPoint convert zone: PPT to Google Docs

Google offers a slightly reduced version of Microsoft Office. It's online, and it's free. You need no software whatsoever other than a browser.

PowerPoint convert zone: PPT to Flash

PowerPoint convert zone: PPT to Flash

"iSpring Solutions, Inc. is innovative software company focused on high end rich media software development for global markets" according to their site - and they do good stuff.

Tuval Software Releases SpeechOver Plus 3.0

07 January 2009

Tuval Software announced the new 3.0 release of SpeechOver Plus, a joint offering of Tuval and Acapela Group, producers of premium text-to-speech (TTS) voices. Here’s a list of the updates, provided by Joel Harband of Tuval Software: Bundled Premium TTS Voices: In addition to SpeechOver, a software for generating narration in PowerPoint presentations with text-to-speech [...]

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Focus on SlideSix.com: Sharing Presentations

07 January 2009

I just read TechCrunch‘s coverage on SlideSix.com, a new presentation sharing site that lets you upload and share your PowerPoint presentations and other file formats such as ODP (OpenOffice), PDF, QuickTime MOV, etc. At first glance, this looks like an interesting site not too different from other presentation sharing sites like SlideShare, authorSTREAM, and SlideBoom. [...]

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People Animation in PowerPoint with Motion Paths

07 January 2009

This sample presentation shows you how you can use motion path animations in PowerPoint on ungrouped vector objects to create a very effective introduction or section slide. Learn more here… Categories: animation, powerpoint, presentation_samples

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Point click wow special offer

07 January 2009

We’ve just found an interview with Claudyne Wilder, where she spoke about the new edition of her best-selling book Point, Click & Wow. For those of you who read Indezine  – there’s a special offer on right now. “This book is worth its weight in gold. Once you buy it, you’ll have, in one place, [...]

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69 New Templates of December, 15th

23 December 2008

A new set of templates has just been added to our website today, 15th 2008f December Education & Training PowerPoint Template 3 Masters, 3 BackgroundsPrice:  $12.00 +17 pre-made chartsPrice:  $24.00 Detailed View Consulting PowerPoint Template 3 Masters, 3 BackgroundsPrice:  $12.00 +17 pre-made chartsPrice:  $24.00 Detailed View Holiday/Special Occasion PowerPoint Template 3 Masters, 3 BackgroundsPrice:  $12.00 [...]

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Animation tutorial

18 December 2008

Before you learn to add animation to any slide object, do remember that there are three ways in which your animation can be set to play. These are called animation events. By default, if you don’t change anything PowerPoint sets the event to ‘On-Click.’ You can learn more here at the indezine website…

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