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If a picture says 1000 words, why are we still using loads of them in our presentations? Here are some advantages of using images and a new add-in from Fotolia so you can search for great images without leaving PowerPoint or Word.
You can download the free add-in from Fotolia for Word and PowerPoint 2007. There is also one for iStockPhoto.
Read about Laurence Lessig’s method of PowerPoint at Presentation Zen. You can download a free pdf of Seth Godin’s short publication Really Bad PowerPoint, and a watch brief video of Guy Kawasaki’s 10-20-30 Presentation Rule of PowerPoint.
See more examples about PowerPoint without bullets in this entry to the Office Hours blog, including books you might want to chase down. More news on the program can be found in PowerPoint Team Blog. --Doug Thomas
You may find some online OR free trial PDF to Word conversion websites, such as Free trial Nemo pdf to word converter or some free PDF to Word converter software, Free download: www.nemopdf.com/.../word_to_pdf.html, but these freeware doesn’t ensure the conversion quality, either losing data, formatting, or wait for quite a long time. You can also try the paid Nemo PDF To Word, which is worthy, if want the conversion quality and have a lot of files to convert. It supports batch conversion.
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