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If you're ever after a U.S. government contract worth millions or even billions of dollars, odds are you'll need to give a persuasive PowerPoint presentation. Here are three expert tips on presenting to government agencies.
This is the second in a series of occasional posts by Mike Parkinson discussing how you can use PowerPoint in different industries and for diverse audiences. Mike is an internationally recognized visual communication expert, multi-published author, and a partner at 24 Hour Company, a premier proposal and presentation graphics firm. His first post for the PowerPoint blog was titled 2 steps to change the world with PowerPoint.
We talked to customers during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. Jai Carter talked to us about using two versions of Office.
What would you say if I told you that the next time you create a PowerPoint presentation, you have to enter only the content of your subject matter -- text or bullets -- and the VisualBee PowerPoint Add-in will do the rest? It's true!
Keep reading to find out more.
The cloud’s the buzz—in ads on TV and the Internet. But what is it? Where is it?
With Microsoft Office 365—which is a way to use Office in the cloud—we explain the cloud as the Internet, specifically your own secure place on the Internet where you can store your business data and your documents. You can access them and work with them anywhere you have an Internet connection, and you can share them if you want.
But this morning, as I walked through Seattle’s Pike Place Market under plenty of clouds, I heard a young boy ask his parents, “What’s the Internet?” Maybe all of three years old and tugging on his mother’s arm, he asked again, “What’s the Internet? What’s the Internet? WHAT’S THE INTERNET?”
And I thought, “How would I answer that?”
What is the Internet? Without running to Wikipedia or typing the query into Bing or Google or embarking on a long discussion of servers and networks, how would you answer?
-- Joannie Stangeland
A cool ingredient of the Microsoft Store is a community space where events occur. It’s where we set up shop to record videos during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. But local business groups and organizations use the space as a high-tech meeting area. We talked to Chad Mack, the Community Development Manager at the Bellevue Square store.
According to a recent Bloomberg article, the home improvement industry is expected to rebound by more than 13% for the period of April through June 2011. If a home remodel is on your To Do list this summer, your timing is perfect. We've created a free home remodel planner for Microsoft OneNote 2010 that can help you get the job done on budget and on time.
Learn eight easy steps to getting your home remodel project off the ground and see how our free OneNote notebook can help.
For customers new to the Office ribbon, we know there's learning curve. While this learning curve is part of what we address with “Getting Started” content, 'ribbon angst' can persist far beyond "Getting Started." This is particularly true for folks who have a long history with Office and a deep familiarity with the menu versions of our products.
To help, I'm pleased to announce the release of the refreshed Transition to the Office ribbon page. This is the place that will open doors for you and get you really going with the Office ribbon.