Sep 2022
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Drop-down menus in PowerPoint allow you to create flexible, interactive slides. They can help you make interactive self-led presentations, documents, eLearning, training materials…. the list goes on!

Sep 2022
30th Nov 2020

Review: Power-user

    Power-user is a PowerPoint add on that provides lots of little features every regular PowerPoint user has had day dreams about. I’m going to take you through a few of the features that I’ve found most helpful, and some that will be more helpful to those who haven’t been able to devote as much time to getting well versed in PowerPoint. Let's begin!

    Sep 2022

      One of the most common mistakes, we see when it comes to accessibility in presentations is poor color contrast. When there isn’t enough contrast between the colors on your slides, your presentation becomes less accessible to a whole range of people. Luckily, while this is a common error, with BrightSlide's new color contrast checker, it's also a very simple thing to fix.

      Sep 2022
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      Wondering how to share a Google Slides presentation? Good news! It’s a pretty simple process. As Google Slides exists completely online, sharing your presentation with others isn't limited to an email attachment. This post will show you how to share Google Slides presentations in five ways, there’s definitely something here for you!

      Sep 2022
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      If you've ever run or written a macro for PowerPoint, Excel or Word on a Windows PC you'll probably be familiar with the Developer tab. Move over to the Mac and you'll be able to turn on the Mac Developer tab for both Excel and Word but it simply doesn't exist for PowerPoint. Until now!

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