PowerPoint Christmas Card Instructions

Friday, December 12th, 2008 12 comments

ppt-xmas-card-instructionsA Christmas themed audiovisual presentation for you to customise and then distribute to your colleagues and clients.

Watch this tutorial for instructions on how to edit and personalise our PowerPoint Christmas Card.

Download PowerPoint Christmas Card

To send the file in a format that will play automatically, save the Christmas Card as a PowerPoint Show file by selecting ‘Save As Type: PowerPoint Show’, which will result in a .pps file.

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12 Comments to PowerPoint Christmas Card Instructions

  1. #1

    Stephanie

    1:51 pm, October 4th, 2010

    thank you for your Christmas card template, its stunning!

  2. #2

    Jessica Pyne

    4:20 pm, October 4th, 2010

    Thank you Stephanie, we’re glad you like it! Hope you find it useful!

  3. #3

    LaDonna

    6:05 am, November 5th, 2010

    I am so excited about the advance PowerPoint skills available. I couldn’t found you website at a much convenient time. I would like to find out more about your training.

  4. #4

    Jessica Pyne

    1:08 pm, November 5th, 2010

    Hi LaDonna, someone will be in touch to give you more information about our training. Glad that you’re excited about the things that can be done with PowerPoint!

  5. #5

    Jim Adams

    4:36 pm, December 9th, 2011

    We run a continous looping slideshow at our office. I wanted to try to imbed this into our show but when I try the animation doesn’t happen, just the first slide complete without animation. Is there a way?

  6. #6

    Jim Wilkinson

    4:20 pm, December 20th, 2011

    Thank you for allowing me the use and download of you powerpoint christmas card. It is much appreciated that you pass this on to us all free. I will mention your website to all my associates. Have a great and wonderful Christmas.

  7. #7

    Jessica Pyne

    11:39 am, December 21st, 2011

    Thank you Jim, we appreciate you spreading the word! Glad you like the card. Happy Christmas!

  8. #8

    Jessica Pyne

    11:50 am, December 21st, 2011

    Jim Adams – it sounds like you might be running the slides in an incompatible version of PowerPoint. What version are you using? These slides were designed in PowerPoint 2003, and so may not function correctly in later versions.

    You should also check that animations and slide transitions are set to advance ‘After [time]‘ and not ‘On click’.

    Please let us know if you’re still having difficulties, and we’ll look into this further.

  9. #9

    Paola

    12:48 am, February 7th, 2012

    I would love to learn how to do this! What an amazig card. Thanks for sharing

  10. #10

    Jessica Pyne

    9:52 am, February 14th, 2012

    Thanks for the comment, Paola – we’re glad you like the card! If you’re looking to improve your PowerPoint skills, why not check out some of our PowerPoint tutorials?

  11. #11

    Tofu

    11:11 pm, November 25th, 2012

    Cool Template

  12. #12

    Jessica Pyne

    9:46 am, November 26th, 2012

    Glad you like it, Tofu.