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Create Animated GIFs from PowerPoint Slides Create Animated GIFs from PowerPoint Slides

Animated GIFs used to be very popular like twenty, or twenty-five years ago, because they were small in size, and worked well in a lower-bandwidth world. They were created using multiple images, which were similar to each other, but still had some differences. As the images played like a flipbook, they provided an easy illusion of ...


Single and Double-Byte Fonts in PowerPoint Single and Double-Byte Fonts in PowerPoint

An Indezine reader, whom I met in person described the PowerPoint double-byte font scare as a poisonous king cobra snake! Although this sounds like an exaggeration, this thought has lingered with me for many years. Let's take this dramatic approach further. Sooner or later, you will see PowerPoint look at you like a cobra that's ...


List of Double-byte Fonts List of Double-byte Fonts

We do have some extensive content on what Unicode encoded fonts are, and how the remaining ASCII encoded fonts are of two types: single-byte and double-byte. However, our readers want more info, as can be understood from these questions we received: If you just could tell me which fonts in Microsoft Windows are double-byte, I'll know ...







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