Don't Become too Reliant on the PowerPoint Viewer!

  • 24 May 2016
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Don't Become too Reliant on the PowerPoint Viewer!
Having the PowerPoint viewer accessible can come in handy even when you least expect it. For example, it can save you a good deal of embarrassment if you travel to a remote location to give your presentation only to find that the computer they've reserved for you doesn't have PowerPoint installed on it. But if you travel with a laptop, the PowerPoint Viewer shouldn't be used as a replacement for the PowerPoint application unless absolutely necessary. If you're armed only with the viewer you can present your slide show virtually anywhere, but even the tiniest edit to your slide show (such as making a last minute grammar correction) is impossible without PowerPoint installed on your computer.

Keep your PowerPoint Presentation from Holding on to Useless Data

  • 11 April 2016
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Keep your PowerPoint Presentation from Holding on to Useless Data
In a recent tip titled "Resave your file to shrink its size," we showed you how simply resaving your PowerPoint presentation can strip out all of the unnecessary data that bloats the file size. But it's pretty inconvenient to keep resaving a file if you work with it consistently. Instead, here's a way to reduce your file's clutter behind the scenes.

Resave your File to Shrink its Size

  • 11 April 2016
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Resave your File to Shrink its Size
One way to avoid a large file size is to never edit your file once you've created it. Don't worry; we know this isn't a practical solution. However, you can trick PowerPoint into treating your old file as if it's a brand new file. When you accomplish this, PowerPoint deletes all of the digital clutter that gathers throughout your edits and your file size can shrink dramatically.

Tips for Automatic Slideshows

  • 7 March 2016
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Tips for Automatic Slideshows

Open up and you'll find some awesome tips for automatic slideshows. 

Tips for Slide Transitions

  • 7 March 2016
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Tips for Slide Transitions
Slide transitions are used to add motion (movement) to a slide show. As each slide progresses, it displays a special effect.

Enable Custom Slide Shows

  • 8 February 2016
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Enable Custom Slide Shows
Custom slide shows allow differing collections of slides to be presented for different purposes without saving multiple files.

How to Change Background Graphics

  • 14 December 2015
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How to Change Background Graphics
In slideshows, many people like to have one theme in multiple colors and graphics. That way they have a solid basis for their slideshow, but they can mix it up a bit to make it more exciting.  Here's how you can add more than one graphic to one theme.

Changing label fonts in Microsoft PowerPoint

  • 30 November 2015
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Changing label fonts in Microsoft PowerPoint
You may notice that your labels and percent values appear somewhat jumbled in the Data Labels preview window. This preview may be a little inaccurate, but if you're using long titles, you'll need to do some reconfiguring in order to get each percent value and label to fit properly. 
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