Linda Lor shares a brilliant technique in video to help your create timelines using 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.
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. The text rolls from bottom to top but you may change both the direction as well as the speed of the scrolling credits. Create Rolling Credits with 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.
In this video screencast, @tom from Articulate discusses different ways by which you can move objects (and people) around a path inside PowerPoint slides. My favorite animation style is “Flash Once” as it lets you control position and angle of the object at every step.
To help schools get the most out of their limited computing budgets, Microsoft MultiPoint allows multiple students in a classroom to interact with a single computer simultaneously using their own mouse.
This video screencast describes how you can create impress pan and zoom effects in your PowerPoint presentations using motion paths.
Learn how to create eye-catching 3D effects in your PowerPoint slides using the built-in photo editing tools.
If you frequently embed video clips in your PowerPoint presentations, you’ll absolutely love PowerPoint 2010 since it includes a built-in video editor. With PowerPoint 2010, you can easily trim unwanted portions of a video clip before inserting it into your presentation. Then you can apply styles like fading edges, 3D rotation, live reflections, etc. to(…)
You can directly insert web video into your PowerPoint presentations just the way you embed video in web pages. The video could be on YouTube, Flickr, MySpace, Facebook or any of the other video sharing sites.
You can broadcast live presentations over the Internet to a remote audience for free using a built-in feature of PowerPoint 2010. It uses the Office Live Web Apps to host your presentation online.
You can convert PowerPoint presentations into a video for viewing on a large HD display, or for buring to a standard DVD or for watching on your iPod like a podcast.
Looking for a free batch PDF converter? This article describes how you can convert several Office documents, PowerPoint Presentations and Excel Spreadsheets into the Adobe PDF format online at once using Google Docs.
Learn how to Embed YouTube video clips in your PowerPoint presentations that you can also upload on to the web or embed in your blog.
A coffee chain has found an intelligent way to spread their message across a classroom full of students. They are giving away free coffee to the presenter if he agrees to sneak in an ad into the PowerPoint presentation.
Looking to have a nice background for your Twitter profile page. You can easily create one using PowerPoint or Keynote if you work on a Mac.
Learn how to insert websites into your PowerPoint slides. The web pages will load live at the time of running your slideshow and are completely interactive as if you are running the slideshow in a web browser.
Steve Jobs rarely uses complete sentences in his Keynote presentation slides. Credit: Wired Seth Godin offers some great tips on preparing PowerPoint presentations that will leave an impact on your audience. Favorite picks:
Office Compression tools come handy in situations when you have to email documents or presentation that are too large for your email program. These tools can reduce file size by optimizing the embedded graphics without affecting quality.