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It's true that you can create PowerPoint presentations without using Slide Masters or even knowing what they are, but they save so much time and effort that we think you'll be glad to know about them. In this week's webinar, we'll show you how to master the Slide Master--a built-in tool that controls the look of your PowerPoint presentation and keeps it consistent throughout.
See the trailer or click "read more" below to the entire webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
Widescreen (16:9) is the new default aspect ratio in the new PowerPoint. To make your experience with the new dimensions pleasant, we’ve built a brand new set of themes specifically targeting this aspect ratio, and we’ve improved our conversion code so that you can easily make the switch to widescreen from other aspect ratios.
Yes, yes, we know. Sounds in PowerPoint can be cheesy. But let’s have some fun. We’ll show you how to master sound in PowerPoint including inserting effective sounds, play a soundtrack, and time animations to that soundtrack.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
In 2012, you were doing more than adding data to slides—you really put PowerPoint to work to create visual representations of your hard work, bright ideas, and personal style. Charts, themes, animations, color-matching, and tips for presenters were just some of your favorite topics for polishing your PowerPoint presentations. Check out the year in review with the top posts.
Have you ever reopened a presentation and tried to find that slide you were working on when you last closed it? Well, you are going to love the new Resume Reading feature in PowerPoint.
WARNING: This year's holiday e-card Microsoft MVP Sandra Johnson is mesmerizing. You will not be able to multitask, so take a break and watch this animated, musical, card.
You want to say something, but your bullet points and graphics aren’t quite cutting it? Sometimes the best way to make your point is with video or audio clips. PowerPoint 2013 has a bunch of improvements that make video and audio easier to include in your presentation. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how we’ve brought multimedia to the PowerPoint Web App, as well as how we’ve made multimedia better in PowerPoint 2013.