Discover the Techniques that Expert PowerPoint Users Know to Make Your
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- Spending way too much time trying to create great PowerPoint presentations?
- Frustrated because your slides don't look professional?
- Struggling to create high-impact visuals?
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101 Tips Every PowerPoint User Should Know
By Ellen Finkelstein
Most people are expected to create presentations with no training!
101 Tips Every PowerPoint User Should Know is a unique, indispensable e-book containing essential tips, designed to give you the knowledge you need to:
- Create presentations more easily
- Finish your work faster
- Get better results (make the sale, get approval for the proposal, train successfully, etc.)
The resource for everyone who never took a course or read a book on PowerPoint. Covers PowerPoint 2002/2003/2007.
Easy to understand, with 100+ pages, fully illustrated in color! Bonus chapters on PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts, image tips, and design tips. PDF format.
Plus, get the following bonuses
- Free video lesson on Creating a Timer in PowerPoint
- The PowerPoint file for the timer
- Certificates for 20% discounts on two other products (in a PowerPoint file)!
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Get your PowerPoint slides done with less frustration
Learn the techniques that expert PowerPoint users know to get your
presentations done faster, easier, and better. Stop struggling with the
software and take charge. No other book provides so much essential knowledge in so little space.
If you never took a course or read a manual, this book will quickly fill in the gaps so you can complete your work in less time. You’ll get superior results, too. You may even become the PowerPoint guru in your office!
10 chapters show you how to:
- Quickly navigate through your presentation
- Get perfect-looking text every time
- Lay out slides like a pro
- Create stunning AutoShapes
- Use images for maximum impact
- Design powerful charts/graphs
- Use multimedia with confidence
- Organize content for greatest comprehension
- Customize PowerPoint for speed
- Deliver your presentation with expertise
92. Create a slide list
A slide list is very useful for navigating when you deliver your presentation, especially if you may be jumping around. Display the Outline tab of the Outline pane. Press Alt+Shift+1 to collapse the entire outline to just slide titles. This shortcut toggles between collapsing and expanding the outline. (In PowerPoint 2007, right-click in the Outline pane, and choose Collapse> Collapse All.) Choose File> Print. (In PowerPoint 2007, choose Office Button> Print.) From the Print What drop-down list, choose Outline View. Click OK.
Find out what readers have to say about 101 Tips Every PowerPoint User Should Know
“I've used PowerPoint 15 years, yet even this old dog can learn new tricks. Well organized & clear!" - Fred Travis, PhD, Maharishi University of Management
“I love it! This will become a reference that stays on my desk for daily use.”
- Rebecca Renner, Creative Minds, Inc.
"I was ready to take the next step in my presentations as I have been doing PowerPoint for years. I liked the easy-to-read directions and the fact that they worked the first time. I like being able to just read it step-by-step and not have to guess where I missed a step and why it isn't working. It has helped me take a step up in creating presentations that are even more professional looking and make me look even better - as Billy Crystal as Caesar Romero says, "It doesn't matter how you feel, you look marvelous."
- Regina Welch
"I have to build and give presentations on a regular basis and I would much rather spend my time pondering the philosophy, contents and flow of the presentation than looking for commands and shortcuts. Since I already own How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office PowerPoint (2003 and 2007), I knew your style and felt confident that I would enjoy the document, which I did.
"I especially appreciate the layout, presenting useful hints and tips in short sections. One can immediately try them and see the results. Grouping related tips in chapters makes learning easier. One can also scan a given chapter and quickly find the information. I also liked the Bonus sections, especially the one listing the keyboards shortcuts. I have been using shortcuts ever since the days of Microsoft Word 4.0 under DOS, before the advent of mice on PCs, and found that staying either at the mouse or the keyboard is efficient but switching from mouse to keyboard and vice-versa wastes a lot of time and should be kept to a minimum. Since Office 2007 products accept 2003 shortcuts, it helped me make a smooth transition from one environment to the other.
"It provided me with a way to keep my skills current and helped me improve all aspects of building a powerful presentation, from conception to design and implementation. Since it is easy to read, I can peruse it regularly and keep the contents fresh in my memory."
- Yves Van Chestein
"I’ve used PowerPoint for years - thought I knew it all - but I learned new things in almost every tip. I’m sure you will, too. For example: • #6 Import text for an entire presentation or for several slides • #16 Align text around a decimal point • #22 Quickly replace one font with another • #67 Extract sound files from a narrated PowerPoint presentation • #90 Add flexibility to your handouts by sending to Word • #91 Protect your presentation."
- Phyllis Khare, phyllisonthebeach blog
Get special bonus chapters to make your PowerPoint presentations even easier and better
- Super keyboard shortcuts to finish faster!
- Tips for great images to make an impact!
- Design best practices for professional results!
Also get a bonus video lesson on a PowerPoint timer!
With your purchase, you'll receive a narrated video lesson on creating a timer in PowerPoint, plus the PowerPoint file containing the timer! You'll learn how to create a timer to time coffee breaks, lunch breaks, short audience exercises, or whatever you need to time. This timer requires no programming code and is easy to set up. Moreover, it's so flexible, that you can create it for 10 seconds, 60 seconds, 15 minutes, 60 minutes, or whatever time you need!
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About the author:
Ellen Finkelstein is a recognized expert on PowerPoint and presenting, as well as the best-selling author of How to Do Everything with PowerPoint 2007 (and two earlier editions), PowerPoint for Teachers: Dynamic Presentations and Interactive Classroom Projects, and many other computer books. Her Web site at www.ellenfinkelstein.com includes loads of PowerPoint tips and a free, PowerPoint Tips Newsletter.
Published by Rainbow Resources Publishing. Ellen Finkelstein, Inc. 2010 Coral Lane, Fairfield, IA 52556
Remember, when you purchase, you immediately get a download link. You can have this book in a few minutes and start using it right away. You won't find anything like it in bookstores—in ease of understanding, information focused on what you need, or price.
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