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Today's offering in our Ten Days of Office anniversary series is about how you can use PowerPoint Embed to share your ideas. What do we mean by embedding PowerPoint? Click through the following example and read the full post for more info.
And when you're done here, read our earlier post about Broadcast Slide Show for still another way to share your presentations.
This post is #5 in the Ten Days of Office series, celebrating the one-year anniversary of the release of Office 2010 with tips and tricks for getting the most from your Office experience.
Microsoft has acquired Prodiance, a leading provider of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) software. Prodiance customers include the world's top computer manufacturer, several leading global insurance providers, and 4 of the top 5 largest financial services firms in the world.
Read the full post for a more insight and a link to the details.
It’s a simple thing. You want some help, we want to give it to you. However, we’d like to know what version of Office you have. 2010? 2003? You don’t know? Here’s a way to find out by just glancing at your screen.
Every now and then we get a choice in how we deliver information -- either give a presentation, or write a report.
But there's a third option to consider. You could create a slide presentation in PowerPoint, but rather than deliver it in person in front of an audience, distill the main points and send it instead (via email, for example). No big report for you to write and your audience to read, and more visually interesting, too.
Which would you rather get in your Inbox, 10 slides or 10 pages? I'd take 10 slides any day, because I can go through them fast.
Keep reading to find out how.
This year, more than two million brides will plan their dream weddings by putting together their collections of wedding images and inspirations. Traditionally, brides have relied on separate documents, emails, and even spiral-bound paper notebooks to capture all of the necessary details. In the digital age, this is a one-way ticket to Bridezilla-ville!
Best-selling author and wedding expert Sharon Naylor explains why our free wedding planner template for Microsoft OneNote 2010 is the perfect wedding companion for everyone.
In a recent independent survey of 1,268 professionals and students age 18 and older, 96 percent said they expect their email communication in the workplace to increase or to stay the same over the next five years. The bad news: If you already feel overloaded with email, the situation is unlikely to change. The good news: Outlook 2010 has some great features that can help you gain control over your email.
Here are three features I use the most to stay on top of my messages.
This is post #4 in the Ten Days of Office series celebrating the one-year anniversary of the release of Office 2010 with tips and tricks for getting the most from your Office experience.
Post #3 in our Ten Days of Office anniversary series is about how My Sites in Microsoft SharePoint 2010 helps colleagues work together. Read SharePoint team Director Christian Finn's 5 tips for implementing My Sites in your organization. Here's an excerpt from his post on the SharePoint Team Blog:
"According to Gartner, "It is no longer a question of if an enterprise should invest in social software, but when, from which provider and for what business purposes." By 2015, 40% of large enterprises will have a corporate "Facebook," for circulating both business and personal data. (Gartner, Predicts 2011: When Social and Business Processes Collide, November 19, 2010)...
...My Sites (in SharePoint 2010) is better than ever at helping people locate one another and the critical business information they share...So in an already busy work environment, how do you ensure your employees understand the value of My Sites?"
Jump to Christian's full post to read his 5 tips for establishing My Sites in your work world.
So far I've published three parodies of famous authors writing Publisher Help articles:
I really enjoy doing these, and you all seem to enjoy them also, based on page views and comments. So today I'm polling you to pick my next author. This poll will be open for the next week and then I'll announce the "winning" author! And as always, please feel free to log in and suggest authors in the comments if you've got an idea that is not one of the poll selections.