PowerPoint is blamed for a lot of things. We believe the real problem is that many people think they can use it; the software is easy to use, but very hard to use well.
Most PowerPoint users have never had any training. And as we all know, effective training can be the key to mastering software.
These free short PowerPoint training videos are an attempt to fix that problem. Learn how to use PowerPoint – for free – and you might find you can create some great slides. Become your office PowerPoint expert.
Please, though, just stop using bullet points.
m62 offers face-to-face PowerPoint training sessions for small groups. These sessions train you to use PowerPoint in creative and engaging ways. Please contact us for more details, or see the course outlines in this section.
Featured - Advanced PowerPoint training – go beyond bullet-points to create stunning and effective visual presentations. m62 PowerPoint training course.PowerPoint Training
Featured - m62 course. Basic PowerPoint training, and how to produce more engaging, more memorable and therefore more effective presentations.PowerPoint Training
18th September - This Grow/Shrink Animations PowerPoint tutorial focuses on using animations in PowerPoint 2007 to increase or decrease the size of an object.PowerPoint Training
18th September - This PowerPoint 2010 Slide Transitions tutorial investigates PowerPoint 2010′s full slide transitions and content-only transitions. PowerPoint Training
5th September - Video presentations aren’t the same as live presentations. If you are designing slides for a video presentation, what points should you consider?PowerPoint Training
23rd April - What does it take to be an effective presentation designer? A step-by-step guide to producing effective presentation design.PowerPoint Training
18th December - Some people are still vehemently anti-PowerPoint. This conversation has got old. Here, once and for all, m62 refutes the anti-PowerPoint arguments.PowerPoint Training
30th October - PowerPoint Basics: What are the most useful things a new user can learn in PowerPoint?PowerPoint Training
27th July - PowerPoint 2013: First Look. Our designers take a look at PowerPoint 2013, and discuss the pros and cons of its new design and features.PowerPoint Training
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Nick Cvetkovic, Sales Director of Retail & Sports Systems
We’re delighted with the finished presentation. It has been extremely well received by audiences. The use of graphics instead of text definitely increases retention rates and it always amazes me how many people remember certain slides.