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Reusing Slides in PowerPoint

Top 25 Instructor Ruth Romano shares her tips for reusing slides in PowerPoint

If you ever find yourself copying slides from another PowerPoint Presentation and pasting them into the one you are currently working on, you may feel like it requires delicate navigation skills. Many times I ended up copying or pasting the wrong slide(s). However, there is a “Reuse Slides” feature in PowerPoint. This easily fixes the problem of trying to navigate around multiple windows and avoiding a click in the wrong place.

Use the Slide Master and Be the PowerPoint Master

APPLICATIONS INSTRUCTOR PATRICK GALLIGAN SHARES HIS TIPS FOR USING THE SLIDE MASTER

Slide Master is the tool that will give your presentations a uniform look. Have you ever fussed with trying to put a logo in the exact same place from slide to slide? Not anymore. Have you ever wanted to make your own slide layout templates? Now you can.

Bullets Kill: 5 Reasons You Should Stop Filling Your Presentations With Bullets

FROM APPLICATIONS INSTRUCTOR DIANE NELSON

We've all seen them - presentations filled with slide after slide of bullet points. While bullet points can help organize your information, they can be deadly when it comes to creating memorable presentations that engage and entertain. Consider these reasons why graphics are great and bullets are boring.

Sneak Peak: Accessibility in Microsoft Office 365

LEARN WHAT YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT, HOW YOU WANT

Microsoft Office 365 is an online subscription service that provides email, shared calendars, the ability to create and edit documents online, instant messaging, web conferencing, a public website for your organization, and internal team sites.

O365 versus Google Apps

WHICH ONES RIGHT FOR YOU?

Both Google Apps for Business and Microsoft Office 365 continue to gain widespread popularity within many organizations. Office 365 aims to be all things to all businesses, while Google Apps is happy offering key capabilities without the complexity. Microsoft and Google each allow personal and business use of their online platform, as well as simultaneous logins to multiple accounts in different browser tabs. Beyond that, their platforms differ greatly in usability and functionality. Let’s have a look.
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