Oct 2021
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“PowerPoint found a problem with content …” Uh oh! Corrupt PowerPoint files are a headache and a bit of a mystery to the best of us. Here are some helpful tips that will rescue your slides and get you back on track.

Oct 2021
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Having lots of image slides in a presentation can be great, but sometimes they don't do the heavy-lifting they ought to with your message. Using shapes as stencils to create masking effects in PowerPoint is a really easy and effective way to make your image slides stand out, and communicate something more. Here are three ideas you can try

Oct 2021
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Wonky alignment and badly proportioned slides can easily distract your audience, compromise your professionalism, and invalidate your content. Read this post to find out how to use PowerPoint grids and guides to create effective layouts that not only look neat and professional, but actually leverage proportions to better communicate with your audience.

Oct 2021
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Mark Heaps is a photography, Photoshop, and presentation expert, the Executive Director for Heaps LLC and a founder of the Click Presentation Design Conference. Read on to find out more about his career, how to harness the power of visuals, and what it means to build a presentation design community.

Oct 2021
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Media-rich presentations are great, but can result in a huge file size. This can cause problems when trying to share your presentation, or even cause PowerPoint to crash. But is there an answer? Absolutely. In this article we share five ways to compress PowerPoint file size for easy emailing and speedy running of your presentation.

Oct 2021
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Webinars, videos and eLearning are excellent ways to push your content out to a wider audience. It’s really important, therefore, that the content we send out is engaging, and your script is going to do a lot of the heavy lifting. Here are five best practices to create compelling scripts.

Oct 2021
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As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, right? So, if you’re looking for new ways to enhance your presentations, why not start with the pictures? Read on to find out what Google Slides image editing can offer.

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