9 Tips for A Good PowerPoint Presentation

1. The 10  rule: This is a slide show given by Guy Kawasaki . This rule declares a PowerPoint presentation should be no more than 10 slides , last more than 20 minutes and have no text with less than 30 in size . He says no matter if your idea will revolutionize the world, you have to do is explain in detail the important parts in…

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Download Free Splash Effect Graphics for PowerPoint

Did you ever wanted to create some splash effects within PowerPoint? Well! this might seem difficult and indeed time consuming of course almost impossible but still you’ve got to admit that the splash effects in PowerPoint can give you a whole new look to the existing presentation. Though the presentation need not to be a…

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Be Creative! – The Common Illusions of Colors

In earlier article of mine I’ve introduced you to the need of visual information that helps your audience to store the data you’ve presented  and retrieve it’s information when required at very instant. In this article I’ll be detailing a quick overview on making your slides creative and I’ll also add some lectures that support…

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Introduction to PowerPoint 2007 – Interface

Starting PowerPoint 2007  is the same as the previous versions that is go down to the start menu and browse through All Programs > Microsoft Office and select Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 If you’ve used this program before you can choose the larger icon in the start menu the program starts as before, but that the…

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Hearts and Expressions for PowerPoint

Hearts and Expressions for PowerPoint This collection  is one of the request we’ve received through some media earlier. First we’ve story boarded to create this in some illustration program but later on we’ve figured out an easy way to do this in PowerPoint. Yes! Using just few PowerPoint default shapes you can create amazing hearts…

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How to Start PowerPoint 2007 in Microsoft Windows XP

Microsft has already announced its support end term on Windows XP, but still there are many users across the globe who’ve never left the XP or wish to continue their learning bond with the world’s most popular operating system. Whatever reason you might be having — we admit that XP’s program functionality is quite different…

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