I just finished work for a client on a multi-speaker presentation. It was a presentation that will be given to nurses at a nursing school and I thought I’d share my experiences with you. It’s quite a challenge when you get several presentations from different presenters and have to turn them into one, coherent presentation. […]
I want to shout this from the rooftops! The National Association of Colleges and Employers does a survey of employers each year, asking the most important skills they want from new candidates. They make this information available to colleges so colleges can teach those skills. Here’s what NACE announced on February 24, 2016 (just a year […]
Have you ever seen this when you created a chart in PowerPoint? Look at the order of the items in the datasheet and in the bar chart itself. They’re the opposite of each other! If you care about the order of the data in your chart, this can be very frustrating! Fortunately, there are 2 […]
Like all software, PowerPoint has keyboard shortcuts — in fact a lot more than I will cover here. It’s always worthwhile to learn a few shortcuts that you’ll use often because you’ll save time and aggravation. I am still surprised at how many people save by going to the File tab and click the Save item. […]
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