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Geetesh Bajaj
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A lot of work goes into creating slides with PowerPoint. But what happens with your presentations after creating them? Sometimes they are used for presentations at events, some other time you simply share the documents as marketing white papers. Mostly, there is not much information which you receive after sharing the document, and only a fractional number of the viewers will get in touch with you afterward. Instead of neglecting the presentation sharing process, you should invest adequate effort into marketing your presentations effectively.
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While some applications may allow you to identify font types while you choose a font, many times you may not know which font type you are choosing. And by font type, we mean the various font file formats that are recognized by Microsoft Windows and are available to most installed programs. To identify font types, you first need to see a listing of all fonts installed on your system.
Learn how to identify font types in Windows 10.
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The shadow effect in PowerPoint adds more depth to your selected shape, and you may achieve the perfect shadow effect the very first time you use PowerPoint's default shadow options. However, you may want that shadow to be a wee bit longer, or just a little less pronounced. Or maybe you want the shadow to sport a color that's different.
Learn about options to edit the Shadow Effect in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows.
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If your presentation has many slides, it will be easy to identify the current slide as long as you have enabled slide numbers on your slides. In PowerPoint, you have to make these slide numbers visible since they don't show by default.
Learn how to add Slide Numbers on slides and Masters in PowerPoint 2016, and more tricks on making them work to your will.
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PowerPoint’s Shape Effects are used to enhance the look of your shapes, and with PowerPoint 2016 providing a vast repertoire of effects, you can easily get busy playing with all the options available! To save time, you can apply any of the Preset shape effects. If you choose to apply individual effects, the time involved may be more, but the results can be distinctive. For example, even with something as simple as the Shadow effect, there is no dearth of options available.
Learn how you can apply Shadow Effects to shapes in PowerPoint 2016.
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Pooja Jaisingh, the founder and chief learning geek at LearninGeeks, leads the design and delivery of eLearning and training solutions. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and eBooks, and regularly conducts workshops and webinars on eLearning tools and techniques. In her previous roles, she worked as a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and senior Adobe eLearning evangelist. Pooja holds a master’s degree in education and economics and a doctorate in educational technology. In this conversation, Pooja discusses her LinkedIn Learning course, Captivate 9 Advanced Techniques.
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Apply any of the various effects in PowerPoint, and your shapes may stand out; literally out of the slide! In this series on Shape Effects in PowerPoint 2016, we have explored several effect types. On this page, you will learn how you can quickly add a convincing Reflection effect to a shape.
Learn how to apply Reflection effects to selected shapes in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows.
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Nancy started her session by mentioning how happy she was to see many recognizable faces. She observed that while much has changed since 2003, presenting faces the same challenges. She acknowledged the presenting firms spearheaded by MVPs and so many other people. Nancy attended an Entrepreneurs' Roundtable for presentation agency owners the previous night, and reconfirmed that people in the presentation industry play a role in changing the world.
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@PowerPoint and #Presenting News: January 10, 2017 #PowerPoint

http://www.indezine.com/mailers/sent/20170110.html

We first bring you Jan Ole Kjellesvig of YAY Images, who talks about their amazing add-in for PowerPoint that lets you search for pictures objectively. Did you know that they have a TextSpace feature that shows pictures that can work best with superimposed text? We then feature Pooja Jaisingh, who talks about her new course on LinkedIn Learning called Captivate 9 Advanced Techniques. In the Tutorials section, PowerPoint 2016 users can learn about the Change Picture option, how you can reset pictures, reposition cropped pictures, Shape Effects, and Preset Effects for Shapes. PowerPoint 2010 users can learn some quick tricks about Duplicating Slides. Finally, do not miss the new press releases and templates of this week.
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Jon Schwabish is an economist, writer, teacher, and creator of policy-relevant data visualizations. He is considered a leading voice for clarity and accessibility in how researchers communicate their findings. In this conversation, Jon discusses his new book, Better Presentations: A Guide for Scholars, Researchers, and Wonks that helps people improve the way they prepare, design, and deliver data-rich content.
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Why would anyone want to duplicate slides? There are many reasons to do so; you may want to such as to create another slide that is similar to what you already have. You may also want to use the same slide twice, or create a slightly edited chart than what you already have on an existing slide; duplicating and editing is easier than redoing it again.
Learn how to duplicate slides in PowerPoint 2010.
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PowerPoint provides six types of Shape Effects; more than one of these effects can be applied to a selected shape. Some combinations of these effects look better than others. Having said so, practicing restraint not to go overboard with all effects is always a good thing. Also, trying out all the effect combinations may take a lot of time. Fortunately, the Presets option comes to your rescue. This option lets you use pre-combined combinations of the different effects.
Learn how to apply Preset effects to shapes in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows.
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Introduction
Geetesh Bajaj is an awarded Microsoft PowerPoint MVP (Most Valuable Professional) for over a decade now, and has been designing and training with PowerPoint for 15 years. He heads Indezine, a presentation design studio and content development organization based out of Hyderabad, India.

Geetesh believes that any PowerPoint presentation is a sum of its elements--these elements include abstract elements like story, consistency, and interactivity -- and also slide elements like shapes, graphics, charts, text, sound, video, and animation. He explains how these elements work together in his training sessions. Typically, these training sessions span two days of workshops. Custom tailored training sessions are also available. 
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Work with PowerPoint and presenting -- authored 6 books.
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