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.
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
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
24th May - Free PowerPoint tutorial on Shape Union in PowerPoint 2010: Fuse multiple shapes together to create personalised custom shapes, which can be edited as one object.PowerPoint Training
3rd May - This PowerPoint tutorial demonstrates how to use the grid and guides functions in PowerPoint 2007. Free PowerPoint training so you can improve your presentation design. PowerPoint Training
26th April - This Photo Highlighting PowerPoint tutorial looks at how to use PowerPoint 2003 to create highlights for photos and images.PowerPoint Training
19th April - This PowerPoint tutorial looks at how to create, edit, format and animate SmartArt in PowerPoint 2007.PowerPoint Training
12th April - This Grow/Shrink Animations PowerPoint tutorial focuses on using animations in PowerPoint 2007 to increase or decrease the size of an object.PowerPoint Training
1st March - In the second part of our PowerPoint 2010 review, m62′s designers outline improvements in usability and performance.PowerPoint Training
10th February - Review of PowerPoint to Flash conversion software. m62′s team tested Articulate Presenter, iSpring Presenter, and FlashPoint Professional. Which proved best for value?PowerPoint Training
- Presentation Ideas
- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
- Visual Aids Gone Wrong
- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Corporate Presentation Tips
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Brian Fenix, Client Principal, Hewlett-Packard
Staff within the university are now using a lot of the slides m62 produced in their internal communications to wider audiences. This is a real advantage that we received from m62: we didn’t just get the initial impact, but we also got collateral material we could reuse in multiple other scenarios.