PowerPoint 2010 has now been released, and we like what we see. So much so, that we’ve actually made the switch from PowerPoint 2007 and PowerPoint 2003. The advantages of PowerPoint 2010 – in terms of functionality, bug-free performance, and usability, are considerable.
Here, we collect our PowerPoint 2010 resources – from extensive tutorials to reviews and opinions. If you like what we see, we encourage you to give this best version of PowerPoint a try.
Want to learn how to use PowerPoint 2010 properly? Check out our Advanced PowerPoint Training course.
18th September - This PowerPoint 2010 Slide Transitions tutorial investigates PowerPoint 2010′s full slide transitions and content-only transitions. PowerPoint Training
1st August - Need help with PowerPoint 2010? Ask here! Our PowerPoint 2010 Help page is for queries related to PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2007.PowerPoint Training
30th March - This month, we review PowerPoint 2010′s new broadcast feature, which allows you to stream your slideshow to your contacts live, without any additional software.PowerPoint Training
27th October - PowerPoint 2010 users may experience compatability issues. Read our quick guide to solving difficulties with drop shadow in PowerPoint 2010.PowerPoint Training
19th July - The best new features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. How great new functionality such as smart tabbing and video bookmarking helps make PowerPoint design easier.PowerPoint Training
14th June - This Inserting a Screenshot tutorial demonstrates how users can insert a ready-formatted screenshot onto a slide, from within PowerPoint 2010.PowerPoint Training
7th June - PowerPoint tutorial on how to make use of PowerPoint 2010′s new video capabilities, including video editing, and using bookmarks to trigger animations.PowerPoint Training
2nd June - What should presenters do if they can’t get to their audiences? Here we discuss the different options available to presenters wishing to deliver their presentations remotely.Presentation Skills
31st May - This Shape Union Subtract tutorial demonstrates how shapes can be used as cut-out templates in PowerPoint 2010 to create a ‘lock and key’ effect.PowerPoint Training
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