Sep 2021
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You've spent all that time and effort creating a beautiful self-running presentation. Your masterpiece is now ready for a full HD release, unfortunately the export to video option in PowerPoint doesn't quite cut the mustard. How can we get the sparkling HD our video presentation demands?

Sep 2021
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At some point, most of us will be required to record ourselves speaking, whether it's recording a podcast, adding voice-over to a presentation, or creating an on-demand webinar. Like most people, you probably don't enjoy hearing yourself speaking on 'tape', but here are a few ways to make sure that everyone else will.

Sep 2021
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More and more people are trying to use iPads during their sales meetings, but often get stuck with just email, CRM, and maybe a brochure or pdf presentation. To change that, we’re going to run down a list of some of the best apps to use to help you revolutionise the way that you conduct sales meetings with the iPad.

Sep 2021
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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.

Sep 2021
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We've created a sequence of photo highlights – the kind of thing that you see at birthdays and weddings, along with more corporate events. Normally such things are pretty mundane, but it is pretty easy to create dynamic movie sequences to make the whole thing come alive, using a few simple PowerPoint tricks.

Sep 2021

    If you travel through US airports you’ll have noticed a store called Brookstone that sells everything you never thought you wanted, but simply have to have. Occasionally though, you find something actually useful, and one such example is the HDMI Pocket Projector. Here are our thoughts.

    Sep 2021
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    What shortcuts and words of wisdom can we impart to you to make your presentations look different (and better!) than everyone else’s? The short answer is simple – don’t design your slides like everyone else. Here are some things you can leave off that will transform both your approach to presentations and your presentations themselves in no time.

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