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Archive For: Powerpoint

Using a Wireless Pointer in Assembly

This one even allows you to blank the screen whenever you need to. There are many models of pointer available. For those that are interested, this particular model is available here.
 

Add Video to a PowerPoint Presentation

Now you can call up your Powerpoint Presentation and the video will be in the correct place in your sequence. No switching between programs. Less to worry about. Because there are different file types for video it is worth checking everything works well before you go live. Why not put the Powerpoint Presentation and the ... Read More
 

Presentations – Don’t Kill Your Audience!

Many people use Powerpoint when presenting information. However, we have all heard the phrase “death by Powerpoint”. Direct link to this slideshare¬†http://www.slideshare.net/satyajeet_02/how-to-make-effective-presentation This negative connection is probably due to most of us having sat through many Powerpoint presentations which are of poor quality. Well designed Powerpoint presentations will enhance your message. How many of us ... Read More
 

Powerpoint and Video: The Alt-Tab tip.

Using the ‘ALT-TAB’ Keys One of the features that Windows gives us, is to allow us to run several programs at the same time. Typically in an assembly, I will have one window with my PowerPoint show, and another window with an AssemblyTube video about to play. Often, I find myself going back and forth ... Read More
 

Powerpoint: The Blanking Key Tip.

Use the Blanking ‘B’ Key: Probably the handiest tip to use when presenting material via PowerPoint is the “B” key. Pressing the “B” key when presenting in PowerPoint immediately puts a black, blank slide on the screen until some other key our mouse button is pressed. This feature is more important and useful than most ... Read More