PowerPoint Resources

5 Reasons PowerPoint Is Better Than You Think

To most users PowerPoint is a great tool for banging out a quick presentation when a superior requires information or when a teacher assigns a country to present on. And because of the breadth AND depth of PowerPoint, it is perfectly suited for those tasks. But what...

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Getting Started with eLB Templates in PowerPoint

There is a heavy stigma associated with templates and even with PowerPoint: They are beginner tools that don’t permit advanced users to create awesomeness. While using templates (especially from eLearning Brothers) and PowerPoint can be fast and easy, it doesn’t...

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4 Advanced PowerPoint Tricks You Can’t Live Without

PowerPoint is an amazing software that permits you to present information however you want. But there are a few PowerPoint tricks, no matter how large or small, that can take your presenting up to 11. Here are 4 advanced PowerPoint tricks that you can’t live without....

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Responsive Design Tips for eLearning Courses

Nowadays the world seems to be all a-clamor over the idea of “responsive design” for eLearning. Yet, there still is a lot of confusion over what it is and how to implement it. Recently, I was privileged to lead a couple of sessions on that very topic at the eLearning...

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6 Underutilized PowerPoint Features

Because PowerPoint has been around for such a long time (almost 28 years), Microsoft has been able to create features and integrate options that allow presenters and now some eLearning professionals to create content effectively. Whether it be a UI update or a...

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New Cutout People For Your PowerPoint Presentations

If you have been following along with our blog, you will have noticed that we have been updating our Cutout People Library each month. And for all those who haven’t been following along, we have added over 12,800 cutout people this year alone! Our Cutout People...

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Preparing A PowerPoint Animation Strategy

In a world full of amazing technology and a land of unlimited possibilities, it is often difficult to know what to do, when to do it, and if you made the right decision. As a PowerPoint developer, I have asked myself these questions many times regarding animations in...

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Taylor Ehlert Talks PowerPoint Zoom for #AskMeMonday

With every new update and feature that comes to PowerPoint, there is always a slew of questions following close behind. And that has been no different with the new PowerPoint Zoom feature. One of the most asked questions accompanying this feature is, “How do I use...

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Storyboarding in PowerPoint with Visual Studio

PowerPoint is known and primarily used for presentations both big and small (like middle school small) because of how easy it is to learn the basics and create awesome content fast. The simplicity, and sometimes surprising depth, of PowerPoint makes it an amazing...

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Getting Started with Games in PowerPoint

Video games have always been and still are something that I love playing. The movement and design of objects are very captivating and keep me entertained for hours on end. That is why many developers and presenters put serious time into the graphical representation of...

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5 Essential PowerPoint Add-Ins

Microsoft PowerPoint can do so many things very well on its own, but don’t underestimate the power of PowerPoint add-Ins and the productivity it can bring to your development, teaching, and designing. You are not using PowerPoint to its fullest potential without using...

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Top 25 eLearning Blog Posts For 2016

By nature, people want to know the top or best of whatever it is they might be interested in. At some point, we should probably create a blog post that ranks our top 10 posts that have "Top 10" in the title, but for now, you'll have to settle for our top 25 eLearning...

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4 Stylish PowerPoint Templates

PowerPoint is a versatile program that most computer owners have access to. Most commonly, it's used for slideshow presentations, but it has several eLearning applications. Many designers use PowerPoint to layout their courses in a simpler program, to play...

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