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How to Print Black and White in Powerpoint 2010

If you have a large Powerpoint file that incorporates a lot of colors in the images or layout, then it can use a lot of your color ink. So if you need to print the presentation out, either to take notes or make changes, then you may want to try and avoid unnecessarily using your… Continue Reading How to Print Black and White in Powerpoint 2010

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How to Save as .ppt By Default in Powerpoint 2013

The Office 2003 suite of programs was very good and, as a result of their effectiveness, many businesses have continued to use these programs rather than upgrade to a newer version. Unfortunately Microsoft has moved to a different default file format since then and users of Office 2003 programs that haven’t installed the compatibility pack… Continue Reading How to Save as .ppt By Default in Powerpoint 2013

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How to Preview Your Slideshow in Powerpoint 2013

Whenever you are done creating a document, it is always a good idea to proofread or double-check your work to ensure that it is free of mistakes. But when you are working in Powerpoint, simply re-reading the slides might not be enough. You should also watch the entire slideshow from beginning to end, the same… Continue Reading How to Preview Your Slideshow in Powerpoint 2013

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How to Compress Media in Powerpoint 2013

It’s getting easier to share large files with cloud storage services like Dropbox, but many email providers and websites still have low file size limitations. This can be problematic if you need to upload a Powerpoint presentation for an online class or a business presentation, only to find that your Powerpoint file is too large.… Continue Reading How to Compress Media in Powerpoint 2013

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Insert Excel Data as a Picture in Powerpoint 2010

Microsoft Office programs like Word, Excel and Powerpoint generally work pretty well together. But sometimes there is a hidden feature that allows them to work even better. For example, it is common to include data from Excel in a Powerpoint presentation. But there is always the risk that you might accidentally change data in the… Continue Reading Insert Excel Data as a Picture in Powerpoint 2010

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How to Remove Animation from Powerpoint 2010

Last updated: January 6, 2017 Powerpoint 2010 has a rather robust set of animation options that can really help your slides stand out. But it is very easy to overuse the animation effects to the point where they overwhelm the information you are trying to present, or the information that you are viewing. Therefore, learning… Continue Reading How to Remove Animation from Powerpoint 2010

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Powerpoint 2013 – Change Hyperlink Color

While there are many things that go into creating a good Powerpoint presentation, one of the simplest things that you can control is the appearance of the slides. Whether this is through the use of eye-catching images or multimedia features, people will take notice if your slideshow is visually appealing. And while many of your… Continue Reading Powerpoint 2013 – Change Hyperlink Color

How to Make a Picture Transparent in Powerpoint 2010

Last updated: January 4, 2017 Powerpoint 2010 has become a very capable program that you can use to customize nearly every element of your presentation. In fact, you may have previously been using other programs, such as Microsoft Paint, to edit pictures. But there are a lot of edits to images that you can make… Continue Reading How to Make a Picture Transparent in Powerpoint 2010

How to Spell Check Uppercase Words in Powerpoint 2010

Spell check and grammar check tools are so common in programs and applications today that I take them for granted. While I consider myself to be a decent speller, I am much less concerned with my typing accuracy, because I know there will be an indication at some point if I make a mistake. As… Continue Reading How to Spell Check Uppercase Words in Powerpoint 2010

How to Save Powerpoint File as a Word Document

Microsoft Powerpoint and Word each have their own particular strengths. Sometimes, however, the audience for which you are creating a file might want that file in a format that is actually better suited for a particular program. Luckily Microsoft Office programs all work fairly well together, so there is usually a solution to get a… Continue Reading How to Save Powerpoint File as a Word Document