Among the many project management and planning methods, CPM (Critical Path Method) is a critical technique. In this post we will show you how to use the Critical Path Method in PowerPoint presentations.
A few decades back we saw the rise of continuous improvement initiatives like Kaizen. Since then, continuous improvement has become a key part of corporations looking to improve their products and services.
There is a huge collection of templates provided by Microsoft these days. These templates can be incorporated efficiently to get the best out of your task. Moreover, the users are also available with the option to download some additional templates for free from various websites.
The Microsoft Office Start Screen comes out to be annoying at times, especially when a quick task is required to be accomplished. It seems to be an extra step, which a lot of people will be more than happy to avoid.
Since PowerPoint, Word and Excel, all, are the part of the Microsoft Office Suite, the process for clearing the history of their recent files is the same. This feature keeps a record of every file accessed recently and serves to be really helpful, especially for the ones who work constantly on the same files. Although this feature …
MS Office is one of the most widely used tools to create well-formatted documents of various kinds. Not only does it provide the users with an effective way to create and edit text rich documents, but also provides them with an editor that helps in checking the errors that they might have made in the …
Many presentations, research papers and official documents nowadays require some sort of content that is copied from numerous sources, e.g. as a reference. It can be a nuisance to get the formatting right for copied text. An easy solution to keep all your content uniform is to use the Format Painter.
Objects play a major role in making diagrams in PowerPoint. A while back we brought you a post about the meaning of flow chart symbols. All symbols used in this tutorial are available in PowerPoint and you can use them and other shapes to demonstrate various important aspects of your presentation topic.
Sometimes when you fail to find the right image for your slides, you might require tweaking a picture to match your needs. Not everyone is proficient in using complex picture editing tools like CorelDraw or Photoshop, however, PowerPoint can help you get many basic image editing tasks done as well.
Most modern presentations require the presenter to insert content from a variety of sources, be it websites or even a rough draft created in MS Word. This unfortunately creates a lot of problems related to the alignment of added content. Many new presenters are unaware of how easily you can fix your content adjustment woes …