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This webinar has been updated and can be found here at the Office Blog: http://aka.ms/photo123.
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1. Insert a picture with Office 2010 or Office 2007
2. Adjusting an image with Office 2010 or Office 2007
3. Remove background (Office 2010 only)
4. More about using bigger pictures in PowerPoint
5. Blog post on the differences of wrapping text around images
6. Warning about wrapping text in PowerPoint: you can't do it, but there is a workaround...
7. A full training course for using photos in PowerPoint 2010 or in PowerPoint 2007.
I think it was a really cool webinair. One comment though; you should consider using a smaller font in your Lync server account next week. Where us visitors could use 2 lines your comments could only be displayed line per line due to the height. It did make you stand out, but sometimes also harder to read.
To be perfectly honest I was more interested to see how the Lync Attendee client worked out as such was more paying attention to everything around that than the presentation itself. I did pay attention of course; but in some cases a button "request full control" managed to draw my attention a little more (no, I resisted the urge to press it, I did flip over to TechNet and look it up though). Lync is amazing! At some times there was a little lag when you switched from your desktop back to the Powerpoint presentation, but apart from that it was a cool experience. Seeing you typing on the laptop (?) and almost instantly seeing the status say "Doug is typing". Really cool.
Maybe a little silly request but... It could be fun if you guys could leave the mic open a few moments before the presentation starts. For 2 reasons, where the first is obviously curiosity.. "What is he saying, who is he talking to?". But the second; for people new to it all it could be confusing to see you talk and get no sound (but you did pick up on that by giving us some spoken updates every now and then).
Well, that's my 2 cents. I'm looking forward to the next webinair.