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Last week, we looked at project plans, and before that class presentations. This week, we're taking a look at marketing plans as the last in our 3-part 5-minute makeover series for PowerPoint 2010.
Easily add themes, masters, and SmartArt graphics to make your presentation really pop. It's pretty cool to see just how much more professional, colorful, and interesting you can make a standard text-heavy presentation. And the best part? Your audience will love it -- they'll be more engaged with what you're saying, and will be much more likely to remember what you talked about and how you presented it.
Watch the video below, and then get the template used in the makeover.
-- Erik Jensen
Last week, President Obama delivered the annual State of the Union
speech. It was widely discussed in the US media and Steve Ballmer also
referred to it in a subsequent Microsoft Employee Town Hall. What made the
speech so good?
Bruce Gabrielle, author of Speaking PowerPoint,
has done a short
analysis of the "We Do Big Things" part of the president's speech.
With PowerPoint, creating a one-of-a-kind gift for the holidays is fun and easy. Make an album of your family's most memorable moments in PowerPoint, burn it to a disc, and giftwrap it.
Start by downloading a template that you like, and then upload your favorite photos to PowerPoint 2010 or PowerPoint 2007. Burn the resulting presentation to disc (instructions here for 2010 and here for 2007) and hand them out like fruitcake.
At last, a homemade treat that won't make anyone feel bloated.
-- Kristin Beck, for the PowerPoint blog team
You want feedback on your presentation, but you don't want the headache of having to re-do edits that your reviewers make. If this sounds familiar, take a look at this guest post on the MVP Awards Program blog by Microsoft MVP Echo Swinford.