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Every holiday season we roll out a new animated holiday e-card created by Microsoft MVP Sandra Johnson. The card is just one example of how she uses PowerPoint and her design skills to dazzle others.
Read more to learn how Sandra made this card, and for steps on how to make this card your own and share it with your friends.
Watch this Office 15-Minute Webinar to learn about using photos in PowerPoint and Word. Many of the same tools also work in Excel and Outlook. After you watched the webinar, you can learn more about the topics covered by clicking the links below. Learn about other Office Webinars and how you can join them live at http://aka.ms/offweb.
PowerPoint 2010's audio and video features are increasingly used in presentations, making it difficult for people with hearing disabilities to fully comprehend them. Today, we're pleased to announce the release of STAMP, a new add-in which lets PowerPoint 2010 users quickly and easily add closed captions to video and audio files, making PowerPoint presentations richer, more understandable experiences for people with hearing disabilities.
Are you the next Mark Zuckerberg? Author and venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki has teamed up with the Office Web Apps team to offer you a step-by-step guide on creating a flawless pitch in PowerPoint, and BTW, the guide is hilarious.
STAMP is a free public beta that increases the accessibility of your presentations. With it, you can easily add closed captions to video and audio files, which boosts their impact for those with hearing disabilities. STAMP lets you create captions within PowerPoint or import existing industry standard Timed Text Mark-up Language (TTML) files. Head over to Holly Thomas' new post for details about STAMP and another accessibility-oriented beta add-in for Word called Save as DAISY.
STAMP is available for download starting today and works in all the languages Office currently supports around the world.
In this post, we'll take a look at how to install it and how to use it. You can find full details in the article Sub-titling text add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP), and also find download files and documentation at SourceForge.
If you're looking for an alternative to snail mailing a traditional holiday card this year, why not send this pre-made, animated, musically-enhanced E-card instead?
Sandra Johnson, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for PowerPoint, created the card using PowerPoint 2010. And she's made it easy for you to personalize it with your own message.
Screenwriter and script consultant Dave Trottier has a free PowerPoint template available on his website that writers can use to outline scenes or chapters in screenplays or books. It's called StorySorter, and it's the last item on the page.