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(1/14/11): We have added the last set of templates, 22 more,
completing the set of 165
professionally-made templates. See them all here at Office.com.
(9/10/10): We have added the next set of templates, 35 more.
Updated (8/4/10): We have added the next set of templates, over two dozen more.
Need to impress your office mates? Try these templates:
The video below showcases some of the PPT165 templates. These free slides are from PowerPoint MVP Julie Terberg. This is a sequel of sorts; we created PPT157 on the first set of Terberg's templates and, well, you don't mess with success. These templates are for PowerPoint 2010 (you can download a free 60-day trial) but they also work with PowerPoint 2007. (The PPT157 templates are for PowerPoint 2007). Each template contains a full set of directions (in the template notes section).
Keep the master page at Office.com bookmarked. You can also read the reference article explaining the template features, and view two in-depth demos on how you can create your own slides like Julie's: picture with cutout artistic effects and picture with background removed. Never used a downloaded template? Watch an introductory video.
--Doug Thomas & Eric Schmidt
Would love to see this, but I don't install Silverlight for this. Ever heard something called HTML5 or Flash? ;-)
Very nice. Shared via tweet: twitter.com/.../18119428102
Mike: Silly you, of course we have heard of HTML5 and Flash. In fact I dated HTML2 in college. ;-) All our videos, including this one; can be found at our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/.../OfficeOnlineVideos
At the end, it says [http://bit.ly/165] which links to a survey site. Don't you mean [http://bit.ly/ppt165]?
M.Ahrens: Nice catch! [Insert my embarrassment] An updated version will be online shortly!
Some fun stuff. Would also use transitions to extend the storyboard. Always liked that.
Here is an another sample video made with ppt2010.
Is there a way to download all 165 templates at once? It would be a little tedious to open and download all 165 to see what you might like! :) Thanks.