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We’re often asked whether it’s possible to ‘cut out’ images in PowerPoint. Well, the good news is that it is, and the even better news is that we've written a How-To guide to show you how it’s done.

Feb 2024
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It's Christmas! After a late night with too much eggnog and brandy snaps we set ourselves a challenge to see who could come up with the wildest PowerPoint Christmas card! So it's the day after the night before, and through blurry eyes we can reveal our efforts...

Feb 2024

    Presentations are a powerful tool for communicating with your audience. But if you’re making presentations, the chances are you're also looking for other ways to get your message out there. Perhaps you want to share news on your social media feeds, present a poster at a conference, have downloadable brochures on your website, or create business cards to hand out to unsuspecting members of the public. You need to change slide size in PowerPoint!

    Feb 2024

      This article is dedicated to the bit hitting combination of PowerPoint and PDFs, and three particular use cases that will have these two giants working together in perfect harmony: how to convert PowerPoint to PDF on Windows and macOS, how to convert PDF to PowerPoint, and how to insert a PDF into PowerPoint.

      Feb 2024

        Microsoft has now made sensitivity labels available throughout Microsoft 365. This feature allows you to visually mark and electronically protect your Microsoft 365 files to make sure that they don’t fall into the wrong screens!

        Feb 2024

          If you’ve used BrightCarbon’s guides before, we have no doubt that you can make your content look incredible. But something you might not have dabbled in yet is changing up the slide background in PowerPoint. The right presentation backdrop can do a lot, from keeping everything on brand to adding…

          Feb 2024
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          We’ve found there’s no hard-and-fast rule for how big or small text on slides should be. Each presentation has its own unique requirements – it all depends on what you’re using the slides for, what you’re hoping to achieve with them, and how your audience will be viewing them. That said, we do have a few best practices for you to consider.

          Feb 2024

            Space: Vast – Unknowable – Useful? Not everyone’s a graphic designer, but everyone can borrow graphic design best practices to make slides really pop. In this blog post, we’re going to explore how you can manipulate whitespace to create beautifully balanced slides.

            Feb 2024

              More accessible presentation slides can be the difference between your audience fully engaging with your content and your audience tuning out and missing out. And, if your audience miss out you miss out!

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