A modern superpower has three components: it saves you time, it enhances your work, and it makes you more money.
Iterative processes are the core of any business, and Microsoft PowerPoint provides several
templates for cyclic processes: basic cycle, text cycle,
block cycle, etc. Cyclic diagrams provide an easy way to illustrate a
circular flow of money and goods of the buy, product, and sell process; or steps of iterative
decision making of the marketing process.
When you create a presentation for a graduate thesis or dissertation, often, you need to insert
Greek letters into the slide. Mathematical symbols and Greek letters are pervasive today and
used everywhere, from physics to social science. You may use the equation block for inserting
those symbols, but this block will have different format settings than the rest of your text,
and you will not be able to edit it in older versions of Microsoft Office. If you need to
insert just a symbol, use the Symbol dialog box or Alt+code shortcuts.
When you prepare your presentation, you should adapt it to the device, which will be used for
projecting it. Some devices or even laptops can have different sizes, so you can need to change
the sizes of your presentation.
In contrast to other Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Outlook, and Excel, PowerPoint
doesn't have the option that changes how to open hyperlinks by clicking with pressing or holding
Ctrl or without Ctrl.
When you prepare a PowerPoint presentation, you can add some information from an external source
file. For example, a lot of presentations contain some data from an Excel spreadsheet or Excel
Hand-drawn diagrams and flowcharts became popular lately, but you cannot use default PowerPoint
shapes to create them. In this tip, you will see how to create a custom arrow shape with a