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The Microsoft team has worked with a PowerPoint expert to develop a series of presentation decks to give you the most out of PowerPoint 2007 animations and effects design. Each deck (a PowerPoint file that collects slides as a group) contains an incredible gallery of options and ideas (see images below).
Are you new to Office 2007? Try this fun calendar builder template for Word 2007. Instructions are right in the template, so if you feel a little iffy on using some of the new features in Word 2007, don't worry. The calendar uses a new feature called building blocks (here's a help topic about building blocks).
This template gives you several different variations on the circle design theme that you can apply to your calendar - I love all the different colors combinations. The only tricky thing about using this template is that you need to add the different parts in the right sequence, so just be sure to follow the instructions in the template when you are building one for the first time.
This post appeared on our Templates blog back in November of 2007. We're re-posting here, today, as it is still relevant and popular. -- Nancy Crowell
Today’s template is an Employment application for Word 2007 or later. You can download this template now, or get more free templates or free clip art & photos from Office.com. Have you designed a useful template? Share your own templates here. You never know when we might feature yours!
We made a little video about these 157 free templates that are available for PowerPoint 2007. There are a lot of them, so they are broken down into 8 download sets. Each set below has a download link, previews, and complete instructions for customizing. --Doug Thomas & Eric Schmidt