80 PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts That Can Be Real Time Savers

Creating a PowerPoint presentation is no small task! It requires juggling all sorts of PowerPoint stuff like charts, tables, pictures, object formatting, text and shapes just to create your slides in the first place. Then there is the delivery of the presentation itself.

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Decluttering: New Office Shortcut (Finally) for Deep Work

Why is it THE best shortcut ever? Because it helps you focus on the #1 thing that advances your career like crazy…

Convert Word to PowerPoint: 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid

Word documents can be converted into PowerPoint slides as long as you avoid these 5 common mistakes.

3 Phone Icons in Under 30 Seconds

In this post, I’ll show you how to create 3 different styles of phone icons for your presentations in less than 30 seconds. On top of that… I’ll show you how to get at thousands of other free icons like these (using this same technique) by setting up a simple Icon Font Cutter Tool in PowerPoint. If […]

8 Best PowerPoint Add-ins for Boosting Your Productivity

Don’t know about add-ins or how to get them? Here’s a list of our 8 favorite PowerPoint add-ins for productivity and why you need them.

4 Clicks Towards Good Slide Design

This simple slide design rule can help you instantly stand out from the millions of other people out there, building slides just like you.

Pie Chart Secret Ingredient

In episode 2 of What’s the Point of that Slide?! we finish off the slide we started and add the pie chart Secret Ingredient to get to a point.

Two Pie Chart Tricks for Better Data Visualizations

In episode 1 of What’s the Point of that Slide?! we look at getting to the point of your pie charts, even if you have NO IDEA to begin with.

5 Office Timeline Gantt Chart Tricks

Now that you’ve inserted your graphic, the formatting fun begins. Here are 5 (+a bonus) of my favorite Gantt Chart tricks in Office Timeline+.

2 Crazy-Fast Ways to Make a Gantt Chart in PowerPoint

Way #1 takes less than 12 mins and Way #2 takes less than 30 secs. That’s PowerPoint Speed Training at its best!