The following video screencasts describes how you can easily create your own comic books using the built-in tools of PowerPoint.
Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular software tool to create and share presentations. You can add audio and video to your presentations or use Office Web Apps to put your slides on the web.
SlideShare is a perfect place for uploading your PowerPoint presentations. If you can add Twitter, Facebook and other social sharing options to the deck, it can help drive even more traffic to your presentations.
This tutorial describes how you can embed videos from YouTube, Facebook and other Flash videos into your PowerPoint presentation slides.
Learn how you can use Microsoft PowerPoint as a free teleprompter software. With a teleprompter, you can read scripts while looking at the camera without having to memorize anything.
Learn how you can sync PowerPoint presentation slides with your video recording and serve them as one video stream.
You can use Microsoft PowerPoint as an alternative to Adobe Photoshop for applying some very impressive effects to your photos and screenshot images.
In this quick screencast, dpelkins shows how you can easily draw clipart and other shapes using the built-in drawing tools of Microsoft PowerPoint.
This tutorial describes how you can apply a polaroid effect with textured paper to your photographs using only the image editing tools available inside Microsoft PowerPoint.
Using the built-in image editing tools of PowerPoint, you can easily convert any vector image (shape that can be grouped /ungrouped) into beautiful icons for your slides.
As a presenter, learn how you can see all the speaker notes on your laptop while delivering a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint.
Want to impress your audience? Learn how you can easily add animated Flash based charts and graphs to your PowerPoint presentation slides.
Learn about a free online service that will convert your PowerPoint slides to video and uploads them to YouTube directly.
Guy Kawasaki came up with the 10/20/30 rule of PowerPoint for delivering a more effective presentation.
PowerPoint Viewer is a free application that lets you view PowerPoint presentations on your computer even if you donâ€™t have Microsoft Office installed on your computer.
Learn how to embed YouTube, Facebook, Hulu or any other streaming web video into your PowerPoint slides.
This screencast describes how you can create an impressive photo cube effect in PowerPoint using your favorite images.
This tip describes how you can use a regular mouse (or touchpad of your laptop) as a laser pointer during PowerPoint presentations.
Learn how to quickly remove background objects from your images using built-in PowerPoint tools.
Slideshare has an excellent collection of PowerPoint (and Keynote) presentations but you need a web browser with Flash player to watch any of these presentations, until now.
This video screencast from Jason explains how you can create moving titles in PowerPoint with the Star Wars effect.
Linda Lor shares a brilliant technique in video to help your create timelines using PowerPoint.
Learn how to create a “follow the line” animation effect with PowerPoint. Simple yet impressive!
You have seen scrolling credits in most movies, now learn how you can create such a similar effect using Microsoft PowerPoint.
@slhice shares some very interesting photo manipulation techniques that would let you change the colors and backgrounds of photos right inside PowerPoint without requireing Photoshop.
This quick video tutorial explains how you can achieve the famous Typewriter Effect inside your PowerPoint Presentations.