Join with with Presentation Guru Nancy Duarte, CEO of Duarte Design for a free webinar titled “Slidedocs: How PowerPoint Slides Are Becoming a Platform for Strategic Communication”.
Using beautiful and impactful images in a PowerPoint slide presentation is the perfect way to keep things interesting. But sometimes, the background of an image can be distracting for your slides. Instead of going back to the drawing board and scouring the web for another free, high-quality photo that’s less busy, you can simply remove the […]
Nancy Duarte’s latest book Slidedocs is released today. Slidedocs is about how to design visual documents in PowerPoint (or Keynote) that are meant for reading rather than presenting to a live audience.
Here’s a quick tip for you. One of my friends wanted to share a Power Point presentation on a Google+ Hangout. He tried screen share feature but the only screen he could share was the presenter view not the full screen PowerPoint slideshow that he usually show in his online training sessions. He wanted the […]
Hyperlinks in PowerPoint are underlined by default. Underlined text is a visual signal denoting there is a link behind it and is a best practice from the user experience point of view. However, in some presentation design projects, you might need to remove the underline from hyperlink text.
Audio in a presentation can be as simple as a background sound effect or a recorded voice-over from the CEO. In this post, you will discover how to insert audio into PowerPoint 2010 or PowerPoint 2013 presentations.
Converting PowerPoint into video is a challenge for many presenters, marketers, trainers, students, and teachers. In a multi-device world, it becomes essential for presentations to be available in different formats. Sometimes we want to convert a presentation into an HD video and upload it to YouTube or stream it online from a personal or business […]
Adding a YouTube video to PowerPoint 2013 presentation was meant to be as easy as with online blogging software. However, customers using PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 are finding that they can no longer use YouTube embed code to embed YouTube videos in PowerPoint presentations.