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PowerPoint – add additional text, formatting and your logo to audience handouts

Audience hand-outs can easily be printed directly from PowerPoint simply by navigating to the File tab and then to Print. From the Settings options you can change from printing “Full Page Slides” to Handouts. From the Handouts gallery you can choose the layout required.

To add the date, page numbering and additional text click the Edit Header & Footer link at the very bottom of the ‘Print Settings’ panel. This option is great if you want to include small bits of text on all hand-out pages and don’t need to include a cover page, additional paragraphs of info or even your company logo. Read more

Do your documents reflect well on your organisation?

Most of us have used a template in the past to create a presentation or start a document, and many of us are guilty of reusing the last great version of a document as a starting point instead of locating and using a template.  This pragmatic approach helps to avoid wheel reinvention and utilises the efforts of the clever person who created the file in the first place – however, the problem with reusing a last good version versus using a template is that your new file takes on any issues that existed in the original doc, and you could very likely be using out of date branding, terminology and styles.

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PowerPoint – Add animation to elements of a Chart

PROBLEM: Wasting time creating multiple copies of the same chart so that the audience sees each data series introduced individually.  For example, data for Week 1 is displayed on one slide then the data for week 2 is added on the next slide…and so on.

SOLUTION: quickly add animation to a Chart in PowerPoint.  Use animation to display elements as required. Read more

PowerPoint – How to add animations in PowerPoint (inc adding multiple animations)

I’ve had a few requests for help with animation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013. It seems that the options on the new Animations tab are causing a bit of head scratching. I’ve created a wee tutorial to explain how to add an animation, change the display options and add multiple animations to a single object. Read more