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PowerPoint Tips* is an email newsletter that answers the most frequently asked questions that I field.
Each e-newsletter will typically address one or two questions and I encourage you to forward it to others.
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  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 7 No. 1
  • In this issue of PowerPoint* Tips I respond to questions about embedding fonts in a presentation and managing large images.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 7 No. 2
  • In this issue of PowerPoint* Tips I answer questions about shortcuts - making use of the function keys and storytelling techniques to create more memorable presentations.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 7 No. 3
  • In this issue of PowerPoint* Tips I answer questions about managing bullets and the some preventative measures to avoid a "Death by PowerPoint".
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 7 No. 4
  • Lately I have received numerous questions on working with photographs. In this issue of PowerPoint* Tips I answer questions on how to easily alter images to work on your background, and what to do in case you accidentally distort the proportions of a picture.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 7 No.5
  • In this issue of PowerPoint* Tips I address concerns with PowerPoint 2010 and 2007.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 7 No.6
  • In this newsletter I field a question about creating manuscript versions of handouts. Handouts are an opportunity to extend branding and provide a hardcopy of the "whole story".
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 8 No.1
  • In this first newsletter of 2012 we respond to questions on what to do when IT prohibits using Cloud tools and what is our favorite feature in the new version of PowerPoint.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 8 No.2
  • In this issue of PowerPoint, we share with our audience tips on how to link to another slide deck and then return smoothly to their main deck
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 8 No. 3
  • Clients often ask for formatting tricks that save time. The two that come to mind are the format painter and applying well designed layouts.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 9 No. 1
  • I am often asked how to lock a presentation. The simple truth is if someone is determined they will find a way to copy your visuals. While effective, these methods are not bulletproof. PowerPoint does offer several options for locking a presentation from being edited. The simplest and most secure method is to export the presentation to a PDF. To follow are what I consider to be the two simplest PowerPoint methods for protecting your material.
  • PowerPoint Tips Vol. 9 No. 2
  • A client recently sent in a presentation that she could not edit and she did not know what to do. The file in question was in what is known as PowerPoint Show format. All we had to do was save the file in the correct format. The question then became what is PowerPoint Show format and how did we convert it?
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