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How To Make Part Of An Image Transparent In Microsoft PowerPoint

Posted by Andrew Gould on 19 September 2011

If you've ever inserted a company logo or other image onto a slide with a coloured background in Microsoft PowerPoint you'll probably have been really annoyed when the image looks as though it's contained in a white box. Read this blog to find out how to remove the box and make your image appear transparent.

Select All The Text In A PowerPoint Presentation

Posted by Andrew Gould on 17 August 2011

Have you ever needed to change the font that you've used for a PowerPoint presentation and laboriously clicked through each slide to change it one-by-one? Well the next time you find yourself in this situation you'll be able to do this in one go. Read on to find out how.

Stop Text Changing Size in PowerPoint

Posted by Andrew Gould on 17 August 2011

Do you get annoyed when you see the font size shrinking automatically as you type text into a PowerPoint slide? Us too! Turning off the AutoFit options is an easy way to stop this from happening. This blog explains how to do exactly that in PowerPoint 2003, 2007 and 2010.

Creating animation triggers in PowerPoint

Posted by Michael Allsop on 27 July 2011

PowerPoint isn't all about naff transitions and clich├ęd effects - add a touch of class to your presentation with some bespoke animation triggers!

Tags:   PowerPoint | Interactive

Compressing pictures in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

Posted by Michael Allsop on 01 July 2011

Do your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations contain lots of pictures? Are the files taking up a lot of space and refuse to email? This short blog shows you how to compress your pictures and save lots of space, and headaches!

How to Draw a Jigsaw Puzzle in Microsoft PowerPoint

Posted by Andrew Gould on 15 June 2011

This blog series shows you how to use some advanced drawing techniques in Microsoft PowerPoint to create a set jigsaw puzzle shapes. If you've ever wondered how pedantic a person can get about aligning objects in PowerPoint, read this article to find out!

How To Create a Self-Running PowerPoint Presentation

Posted by Andrew Gould on 14 June 2011

Have you ever sat at a trade show or business exhibition clicking the mouse button every ten seconds to advance your company's promotional PowerPoint presentation? No, of course you haven't! And neither has anybody else, because they know how to create a presentation that runs itself. Read on to find out how you can do the same.

Tags:   PowerPoint | Slide shows
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