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Webinar: A new way to PowerPoint with Office Mix

Office Mix allows you to turn your PowerPoint decks into interactive online lessons or presentations. It adds functionality to PowerPoint 2013 so you to record audio or video of yourself presenting, write on your slides as you speak to them, insert quizzes, polls, online videos, and more. We are joined by Microsoft Distinguished Scientist Anoop Gupta, the

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Improved spell check for PowerPoint Online

With the new school year underway, the PowerPoint Online team has been working hard to create features to help you ace all of your presentations. We know there is nothing worse than finding a misspelling on your slide when you are the middle of a presentation—especially when the presentation is 20 percent of your final grade. To help you avoid this situation and deliver great, error-free, presentations we added spell check to the PowerPoint Online editor.

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Format Background in PowerPoint Online

Over the summer, a crew of interns joined the PowerPoint team and our goal for them was to experience the excitement of designing and implementing features for PowerPoint Online. We tasked our interns with delivering a feature that you, our customers, have been asking for—the ability to format slide backgrounds in PowerPoint Online, which is known as Format Background in PowerPoint desktop.

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Webinar: Ways to avoid rebuilding PowerPoints over and over

Today’s post was written by Steve Birge, Content Developer for Office.com/support. You’ve got a meeting coming up where several team members will be presenting. So how do you jumble and juggle multiple PowerPoint presentations without reinventing wheels, losing pieces or looking unprofessional? We’ll look at a few ways to make a new presentation out of

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Win 15 computers for your school with Office Mix

You’ve told us how much you love using Office Mix to bring your lessons to life online, and we’ve been awed by the lessons and creativity of the mixes you’ve created. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce our Lessons to Life Contest, which is accepting entries through September 28th. You could win up to 15 Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices to donate to the school of your choice!

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Office Mix is a game-changer for teachers

Last month, Microsoft announced the customer preview of Office Mix, a tool designed to make it easier for teachers to incorporate online content into their lesson plans. Since then, we’ve been gathering feedback about what educators find most useful about the tool and how to make it even better, and we’re sharing what we’ve learned at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Atlanta this week. Overall, we were pleasantly surprised to see teachers using Office Mix in ways we hadn’t anticipated (for example, asking students to create their own mixes), and we noted some usage trends that will influence how we evolve the tool in the future.

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Webinar: 5 steps to a better PowerPoint

Know the best way to start a PowerPoint? Do you think about where to sit in a meeting room? We’ll show these are other simple steps to make your next presentation do more with less sweat. Need a sneak peek? Here is a 30-second video. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar How not to open

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Meet Office Mix

Introducing Office Mix, a simple way to turn PowerPoint slides into interactive online lessons and presentations. Read this post to learn more about Office Mix, and how you can give it a try.

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Webinar: YouTube videos in PowerPoint

It’s back! You can insert YouTube videos in PowerPoint again! We’ll show you how it all works, from searching YouTube to inserting the video--all with PowerPoint.

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Webinar: How Office works on an 82-inch touch screen

The webinar is over. Check back in a few days to see the video. Like working on your tablet or smartphone? Imagine one bigger than your TV. Perceptive Pixel by Microsoft delivers exceptional, multi-purpose touch devices for brainstorming, collaboration, and interactive presentations. In this week’s webinar, we'll show you how Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote work on a 82-inch screen. Click the...

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The Garage Series: Answers to frequently asked questions and advanced Ninja Tips for Office 365 users

<p>In this weeks show, Jeremy Chapman is joined again by Office application guru, Tal Kryzpow, to answer frequently asked questions from Office users. If you are a power user yearn for a higher level of enlightenment, Tal also provides advanced Ninja Tips for more spirited Office use. This is part one of a two-part series and if you have asked questions like "How do I make the Office interface less bright?" or "What do the options mean when I'm asked to sign in?", we'll answer those questions and more.</p>

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Webinar: Handouts for PowerPoint with guru Rick Altman

<p>To print or not to print your PowerPoint slides? We'll show you how to do it, while our guest, author and presentation expert Rick Altman, explains why he avoids it at all costs. Rick has been helping folks create better talks for more than 25 years and notably authored the popular and provocatively-titled Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck. Join us for this special webinar to ask Rick your questions about PowerPoint. We start our Office 15-Minute Webinar at 9:15 am Pacific Time, with a Q&A to follow. Click the link below or go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series. Join online meeting https://join.microsoft.com/meet/dougt/F274WBQZ If you are on Windows 7 or Windows 8, you will join via the free Lync Web App. For other computers, you may need to call in for audio: 888.320.3585, Conference ID: 84172528. A video of the webinar will be posted shortly after the webinar. You can add the webinar series to your calendar. What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar Ways to print handouts Making smarter slides Your questions for Rick... </p>

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