1st October - This free economic demand PowerPoint template shows consumers shopping. The economic demand template is suitable for use in retail, but can also be used in presentations about the economic climate.PowerPoint Templates
30th September - This organisational development slide explains the issues companies face when managing development activity alongside the day-to-day running of the business.PowerPoint Slides
28th September - In this free Formatting PowerPoint tutorial we look at different ways of formatting autoshapes and lines.PowerPoint Training
25th September - A before-and-after example, showing how invoice management can cause problems for companies. m62 translated the same information into visual PowerPoint slides.PowerPoint Clinic
24th September - Get to grips with the basics of PowerPoint Autoshapes in this short PowerPoint tutorial and lay the foundations for effective, visual slides.PowerPoint Training
23rd September - This free restaurant template shows a pile of plates in the foreground. The restaurant PowerPoint template will be useful for restaurants, caterers, or those discussing the food industry.PowerPoint Templates
22nd September - Structure information in a presentation clearly to emphasise key messages in this before-and-after example from the telecommunications industry.PowerPoint Clinic
20th September - Ideas and tips for interactive presentations. Deliver an interactive presentation with hyperlinks, quizzes, polls, and more.
20th September - Your web presentation should be impressive, and engaging. m62 makes PowerPoint look like Flash. Perfect for exciting web presentations.
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Adrianne Carter, General Manager, SBXL
The training course too exceeded expectations. Not only did we leave better presenters, but we came away understanding the actual psychology of presenting. I am confident that we can now use dual encoding and VCD to imbed whatever we choose into the minds of our audiences.