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  • Part 3 of 4 in the PowerPoint 2007 series. Maximize Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 to its fullest potential and design effective presentations that engage, entertain and communicate to ANY audience! Master basic tools and techniques as you work towards designing eye-popping, professional presentations!

  • Part 2 of 4 in the PowerPoint 2007 series. Maximize Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 to its Fullest Potential and Design Effective Presentations that Engage, Entertain and Communicate to ANY Audience! Master Basic Tools and Techniques as You Work Towards Designing Eye-Popping, Professional Presentations!

  • Part 1 of 4 in the PowerPoint 2007 series. Maximize Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 to its Fullest Potential and Design Effective Presentations that Engage, Entertain and Communicate to ANY Audience! Master Basic Tools and Techniques as You Work Towards Designing Eye-Popping, Professional Presentations!

  • Part 4 of 4 in the PowerPoint 2007 series. Maximize Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 to its fullest potential and design effective presentations that engage, entertain and communicate to ANY audience! Master basic tools and techniques as you work towards designing eye-popping, professional presentations!

  • Part 2 of 3 in the PowerPoint 2010 series. Don't use PowerPoint that often? Well, you've probably forgotten how to do some stuff then. This course is your PowerPoint encyclopedia for just about any feature you could possibly want. Animations. YouTube videos. Charts. Transitions. Pictures. SmartArt. Tables and Spreadsheets. You name it, it's here. Feel free to skip around the course and watch the topics you are interested in. Oh, and for all of you ADHD learners, each clip is extra super short. I promise.

  • Part 1 of 3 in the PowerPoint 2010 series. Don't use PowerPoint that often? Well, you've probably forgotten how to do some stuff then. This course is your PowerPoint encyclopedia for just about any feature you could possibly want. Animations. YouTube videos. Charts. Transitions. Pictures. SmartArt. Tables and Spreadsheets. You name it, it's here. Feel free to skip around the course and watch the topics you are interested in. Oh, and for all of you ADHD learners, each clip is extra super short. I promise.

  • Part 3 of 3 in the PowerPoint 2010 series. Don't use PowerPoint that often? Well, you've probably forgotten how to do some stuff then. This course is your PowerPoint encyclopedia for just about any feature you could possibly want. Animations. YouTube videos. Charts. Transitions. Pictures. SmartArt. Tables and Spreadsheets. You name it, it's here. Feel free to skip around the course and watch the topics you are interested in. Oh, and for all of you ADHD learners, each clip is extra super short. I promise.

  • This course is good for end-users and IT Pros alike. Learn the latest additions to PowerPoint 2013, such as how to sign in to individual and corporate Office 365 accounts and SkyDrive integration, as well as learn some handy tips for reusing old 4:3 slides in a 16:9 format.

  • PowerPoint has been the standard for creating presentation documents for years. If you've ever been frustrated with the look of the files created there, or if you've ever had a PowerPoint presentation change once it was moved to another computer, then this course is for you. This course will start slow, so if you've never used InDesign before, don't worry: we won't leave you behind. First, we'll see how to work with InDesign pages instead of PowerPoint slides. Next, we'll learn how to create vector shapes that can be used as graphics. From here, we'll learn how to create and format text to fit with our presentation, as well as how we can bring in images or graphics that were created in other applications. To wrap this training up, we'll learn how to export our interactive files out of InDesign. As a bonus, we'll learn how to get your flash-based animations to show up in your interactive PDF files. By the end of this training, you will not only see the benefit to creating your presentation files in InDesign, but you'll also be excited to get started doing just that. Software required: InDesign CC v9.2.