June 2021

Monthly Archives: June 2021

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Enable or Disable PowerPoint Animations in Slide Show View June 28th, 2021
PowerPoint Animations Not Working?

iSpring Content Library June 28th, 2021
iSpring Suite Max: The Indezine Review

Users June 16th, 2021
Add Users on the Synology DS920+

Pitch meeting June 15th, 2021
7 Things PowerPoint Can Do Better Than Alternative Software

PowerPoint Tips for a Freshman Student June 14th, 2021
11 Best PowerPoint Tips for a Freshman Student

Every Slide is a Scene June 7th, 2021
Presentation Management 24: Create a Story for Business

Open your document using Word for the Web June 3rd, 2021
Export Word Documents to PowerPoint Slides

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It won't be unusual to say that think-cell is among the most full-featured PowerPoint add-ins out there. This add-in has been licensed to nearly a million users in over 23,000 organizations worldwide, and there are a large number of business professionals who would not be comfortable creating slides without think-cell installed. In fact, it's quite ...

Enable or Disable PowerPoint Animations in Slide Show View PowerPoint Animations Not Working?

Enable or Disable PowerPoint Animations in Slide Show View In this post, we explore troubleshooting a PowerPoint animation problem. We look at what to do when PowerPoint animations stop working, and then, we also explore how you can stop all animations in your presentation with one option. One of our subscribers just reached out to ...

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 ...

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