Monthly Archives: May 2018

Browse posts released in May 2018. See all archives.

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PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Breeze: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Black Tie PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Black Tie: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Berlin PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Berlin: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Basis PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Basis: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Banded PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Banded: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Badge PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Badge: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Austin PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Austin: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Atlas PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Atlas: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Aspect PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Aspect: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Apothecary PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Apothecary: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Apex PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Apex: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Angles PowerPoint Theme and Template May 15th, 2018
Angles: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Advantage PowerPoint Theme May 14th, 2018
Advantage: PowerPoint Theme and Template




Microsoft Locale IDs May 14th, 2018
Microsoft Locale IDs





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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 ...


Paste in Place in PowerPoint Paste in Place in PowerPoint

Sometimes, it can be frustrating trying to do the simple things in PowerPoint such as duplicating an object so that the duplicated object sits right above the original. PowerPoint insists on placing the duplicated (or copy/pasted) object at an offset position, as you can see in Figure 1, below. Figure 1: Paste one object over another ...


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 ...


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