Monthly Archives: December 2017

Browse posts released in December 2017. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Blog
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Snake 1904343 December 27th, 2017
Single and Double-Byte Fonts in PowerPoint




An Exotic Font December 15th, 2017
Use Non-Installed Fonts in PowerPoint




Select All Caps December 13th, 2017
Difference Between UPPERCASE and All Caps





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