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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+.
Way #1 takes less than 12 mins and Way #2 takes less than 30 secs. That’s PowerPoint Speed Training at its best!
Winning caption: “It wasn’t quite what I had in mind but ever since Jenny created her new slide deck, customers have been pouring in!”
Hybrid shortcuts are mouse plus keyboard combinations that unlock hidden PowerPoint features that help you get the job done now! For example, holding down the CTRL key on your keyboard and spinning your mouse wheel to zoom. New Hybrid Shortcuts Revealed In the video below I demo some hybrid shortcuts I’ve never seen covered anywhere else before. […]
Did you know you can squeeze some new productivity-juice out of these two old PowerPoint shortcuts? CTRL+G for group CTRL+SHIFT+G for ungroup It’s true! All you need to do is add a dash of strategy and you’ll soon be able to generate new layout ideas in no time by simply flipping your layouts. Click play below […]
Awesome, let’s talk more about charts! Now that we’ve discussed over-labeling, and you know I HIGHLY discourage it… You’re ready for a cool…”shhhh”…charting secret. And what this will allow you to do, is to replace the FAKE totals people often put on the top of their stacked column charts…. With REAL, automatic updating totals that […]
Turn your presentation into a gripping story with these 15 actionable storytelling tips.
What is the Presentation Summit? See why this PowerPoint conference rocks and why you should attend this year in New Orleans…Ooh la la!
Learn how to make your pictures transparent in PowerPoint, either with a single picture or with multiple pictures all in one go.