Presentation Software

Learn about best Presentation Software including popular presentation tools like Microsoft PowerPoint but also other alternatives to PowerPoint like Prezi.

Screen Recording in Windows with PowerPoint

Take Screenshot in PowerPoint

If you’re looking for a way to capture your screen, look no further. Believe it or not–Microsoft PowerPoint has that function. You don’t need to download a new app or even pay for a premium service for a task that’s practically simple and straightforward. In fact, PowerPoint makes it very easy to capture your screen …

SmartSHOW 3D: Photo Presentation Software for Windows 10

Photo presentations and slideshows are perfect tools to visualize milestones of your speech, advertise the latest commercial products or simply showcase the photos you took during some event in a more engaging manner. Whether you’re a lecturer, office worker or basic user, you’re looking for a kind of program that offers a rich toolkit but …

How to Take Screenshots with PowerPoint

Capture Screen Using PowerPoint

For many people, taking screenshots may seem like an easy, straightforward thing. You just capture what’s on your screen and you’re done. However, for those who have to take screenshots off their screens, specifically of their PowerPoint presentations on a daily basis, this can be so much more complex using third-party apps. However, what you …

Search Locations & Insert Maps in PowerPoint & Word with OfficeMaps

Search Location in OfficeMaps Pane

It’s one thing to write an address or list directions, and it’s another thing to show your audience a map with your exact address. When it comes to presentations, sometimes, you really shouldn’t leave things to your audience’s imagination–and this can mean the difference between a winning presentation and a flop. So, when it comes …

How to Record Narration for PowerPoint

Recording Pane in PowerPoint

Traditional presentations often have a speaker in front of an audience, usually on a stage or podium, with the slideshow behind them. With the right kind of slideshow and an effective speaker, this setup can be compelling and memorable. However, with various technologies, applications, and devices we have today, it’s also possible to deliver equally …

How to Work in PowerPoint with Layers

Work with Layers Using Selection Pane

Working with PowerPoint can be daunting for beginners, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll realize the many possibilities its functions and features can present to you. For one, using PowerPoint templates with the Slide Master feature can allow you to create layers in your slides that will add depth and impact to …

Best iPhone Apps for PowerPoint Presentations

PowerPoint for iPhone

If you think you can’t work with PowerPoint using your iPhone, think again. Thanks to these powerfully awesome iPhone apps, you can perfect your PowerPoint presentations anytime and anywhere. iPhones are great for almost anything. Watch movies or stream videos, play games, create art, brush up on your cooking, and even work. But to create …

Best Methods for Using PowerPoint Zoom

Summary Zoom Slide in PowerPoint

In the recent years, PowerPoint continues to be at the forefront of presentations because of its steady rollouts of features and functionalities. Recently, PowerPoint has rolled out tools that can make the application more seamless across devices, encouraging creativity and collaboration with ease. One of the most popular tools it has unveiled is the Zoom …

Best Ways to Repurpose Your PowerPoint Presentation

Turn Slides Into an Infographic

As many presenters know all too well, creating a winning, stunning, and unforgettable presentation takes a lot of work. Oftentimes, such a stroke of genius may seem impossible to replicate. After all, you spend hours conceptualizing, planning, and crafting a highly persuasive or compelling message with seamless and outstanding visuals with the right balance of …

How to Use Vector Graphics in PowerPoint

Add Vectors to Your PowerPoint Presentations

With PowerPoint, you can use images to spruce up your slides. Usually, presenters use images in JPEG and PNG formats, which are made of pixels. However, since they are made of pixels, there really is a tendency for the images to be pixelated when you resize them. For example, when you make an image larger, …

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