Monthly Archives: July 2017

Browse posts released in July 2017. See all archives.

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Show Text Formatting Enabled July 30th, 2017
Show Formatting in Notes Pane in PowerPoint




3D Model in PowerPoint July 24th, 2017
3D Models in PowerPoint via Office Insider




Circle Illusion Animation in PowerPoint July 19th, 2017
Circle Illusion Animation in PowerPoint




Smallest Font Size for Slides July 12th, 2017
Smallest Font Size for PowerPoint Slides




3D in PowerPoint - Heather Alekson July 6th, 2017
3D in PowerPoint and Microsoft Office





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