Does PowerPoint 2013 or 2016 feel much slower than your old version of PowerPoint? It can be resolved by getting rid of the little animations and transitions that Microsoft has built in to make things look better (but perform worse). Let’s take a look…
Surprisingly enough, it’s not that easy to get a bar chart to grow or shrink in PowerPoint. There are a few ways around it, but each of them has strengths and weaknesses. Hopefully one of them will work for your slide – and might just be the missing trick you’ve been searching for.
If you are using an Office 365 subscription that includes the Office 2013 desktop applications, you can use Office Mobile to bring (an extremely limited version of) PowerPoint to Android.
Is Microsoft’s Surface Pro 2 the best device for presenters available today? Quite possibly. I’ve been using mine with PowerPoint 2013 for about a month, and this article will explain why I think it’s better than anything I’ve used before, including my old Asus Zenbook or iPad.
What would we like to see in the next version of PowerPoint? What would make it worth the upgrade? Here are the top feature requests from our presentation professionals.
PowerPoint 2013 has been around for a few months now, and as you would expect, we’ve been trying it at BrightCarbon to find out whether we can break it and see what wows us. There are some good bits to the new version, but also quite a few problems.
I have always longed for a way to import an image into PowerPoint and simply make it transparent, but until now, have had to open up Photoshop in order to achieve what I thought would be a simple effect.
I asserted that PowerPoint couldn’t do this… My conversational partner claimed I was wrong, this option was hidden in the settings and I just hadn’t looked hard enough! Quick – to the nearest PowerPoint equipped PC…
In PowerPoint 2013 the slide layout area is now default 16:9 widescreen. All previous versions of PowerPoint default to 4:3. How will you ensure that the various dimensions of slides created in your company will work well together?
Installed the PowerPoint 2013 Preview and want it to stop opening all your files by default, instead of the 2010 or 200x version? The key annoyance here is that all the Office15 exe files are named the same as the Office12 ones. This is how to do it for PowerPoint, same rules apply sort of for other Office 2013 apps…