When you create a presentation of the project, task, or innovation, it will be useful to show the project schedule calendar. You can create a Gantt chart, for example, in Excel and just add it to your PowerPoint presentation (see How to create a perfect Gantt chart).
For some presentation slides, you might need a calendar as a background picture. For example, when you want to present some events or processes for the next few weeks. Sure, there are a lot of existing templates that you can use, but it is easy to create your own calendar from scratch.
For some presentation slides, you might need a calendar as a background picture. For example, when you want to present some events or processes. Sure, there are a lot of existing templates that you can use, but it is easy to create your own calendar from scratch.
Changing the color for the table borders is a very simple operation, but Microsoft PowerPoint tables are different from their realization their counterparts in MS Word or MS Excel, where you can change the color for the border in the same place (see How to use paragraph borders and shading in Word and Apply or remove cell borders in Excel).
When creating a presentation, you might need to insert Greek symbols into the slide. This tip demonstrates how to insert Greek symbols using the equation block.
Sometimes you need to insert the special symbols into your slide. You can use several different ways, but here you can see the fast and easy way to use the equitation block. See also How to insert Greek symbols very quickly.
These seven elements of a pie or doughnut chart will teach you some important PowerPoint tricks, which will allow you to create an appealing circular diagram. It uses a combination of Excel charts and SmartArt shape editing tricks.
Venn diagram (also called primary diagram, set diagram, or logic diagram) is a diagram that shows all possible logical relations between a finite collection of different sets.
Circular diagrams are very popular, and you probably tried various SmartArt cycle flow diagrams in your presentations. This tip shows how to create an excellent presentation using an unconventional type of circular four steps diagram.
To illustrate the complex organizational structure, you might think about using a Jigsaw puzzle. At first glance, pieces of the Jigsaw puzzle look extremely complex, but this isn't true, and you will need a few simple steps to create an impressive Jigsaw puzzle chart.