SketchBubble Review - Engaging Presentations at Your Fingertips
While designing a presentation for one of my projects, I realized that preparing a presentation and preparing an effective and convincing presentation - both are two different endeavors. With so many tools available off-the-shelf, anybody can easily craft a presentation.
PowerPoint Subtitles: Why, How, and When
PowerPoint Subtitles are a powerful tool for reinforcing understanding, engaging an audience, and translating messages into different languages. They can be used to increase comprehension of key speaker points, break up large amounts of text, add interest to presentations and make them more accessible to viewers who may not speak the same language as the presenter.
SlideBazaar Review - Templates for Impactful Presentations
SlideBazaar is a popular online platform that hosts well-designed presentation templates for PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Keynote. If you've ever wanted presentation templates that look beautiful and modern, are easy to customize, and elevate your presentations, your search ends here.
SlideUpLift Review: The Best Presentation Templates Provider
Nothing ruins a well-prepared speech like a poorly designed presentation; whether it's moronic slide transitions, awful color schemes, or complex charts and graphs created the night before, even the most well-thought-out presentation may fall flat. The solution to this problem is not what you actually think.
SlideModel Review: Master the Art of Presentations
SlideModel is one of the biggest and most popular platforms for PowerPoint presentation templates on the internet. The platform is a go-to destination for individuals and businesses for ready-made, editable, and pixel-perfect PowerPoint templates.
How to crop a picture to fit a shape
Numerous books, blogs, and courses recommend using pictures instead of text in the presentation. Slides with pictures, charts, and diagrams can keep the audience focused on what you are talking about instead of diverting the participants' attention to reading the contents of the slides. Often pictures play the role of a distracting or, vice versa, enticing maneuver.
How to lock objects from moving and resizing in PowerPoint
PowerPoint has a handy feature that allows you to freeze an object on a slide. By locking objects from moving, you will not worry about hitting the wrong object when aligning, grouping, or resizing the rest of the slide elements. Locking will also allow you to more easily work with the object's content without fear of automatically resizing or displacing the object when you edit its content.
Working with sections
PowerPoint provides an ability to create sections to make organizing, navigating, and managing your slides easier. Sections in PowerPoint are just a way to group slides. These groups can be moved or deleted together, but nothing more! Unlike Word, slides grouped into sections in PowerPoint cannot be formatted together, cannot have their own numbering, etc.
Format tables in PowerPoint
Every inserted or created table in a PowerPoint slide uses the color scheme of the presentation theme. It can take hours to customize the table to your liking.
Formatting table cells in PowerPoint
A convenient way to display data is to present it in a tabular form - in the form of a grid of rows and columns. You can create or insert different types of tables into your PowerPoint slides. You can also apply different formatting to the entire table or a selected area, such as a cell, multiple cells, rows, or columns.