In another tip, “Hyperlink to a specific slide in another presentation, or specific location in another file,” one of the topics I cover is how to create a hyperlink in PowerPoint that links to a specific location in Word or Excel. I also explain that you can link to a specific slide in another PowerPoint […]
PowerPoint 2010 has a new feature that’s very hard to find, but people are praising it over and over. It’s called Custom Shapes, and it’s a set of 4 tools that you can use to create your very own shapes–the sky’s the limit! Why do you need Custom Shapes? To make your slides unique! For […]
Watch this video by Nancy Duarte on her company’s 5 simple rules for creating world-changing presentations. At the same time, the video is a showcase of what you can do in PowerPoint 2010. Who said PowerPoint has to be boring? Nancy Duarte is one of the great speakers in the Outstanding Presentations Workshop. The opportunity […]
My friend, Echo Swinford, who’s a PowerPoint MVP (Most Valuable Professional) has written up a great list of the new features of PowerPoint 2010. Before making a decision about whether or not to upgrade, read the list!
Anyone can now download the beta of Office 2010 at http://office.com/beta. It includes Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, OneNote, Access, Publisher, InfoPath, SharePoint Workspace, and Communicator! Microsoft suggests downloading it on a secondary PC. Remember that betas, even a thoroughly tested one like this, can crash and have bugs. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available. […]