Tutorials

This section provides tutorials related to Microsoft PowerPoint, mobile and desktop applications, as well as presentation tips, e-learning tutorials, web app usage guides and more.

Creating Your Presentation Outline with QuickStarter in PowerPoint

The recent editions of PowerPoint, starting from version 2016 come with a powerful feature to help create a presentation Outline. This feature is called QuickStarter. You can use QuickStarter to search and pick slide designs and content suitable for your presentation topic to give you a head start in making your presentations. QuickStarter isn’t just …

How To Teach Boolean Operators

Searching through a database or search engine can often be frustrating. Finding what you’re looking for can take an endless string of queries, with no fruitful results. You might have failed to find a relevant result after a laborious search, only to find what you’re looking for days later while performing a curious search with …

Set Timer For 15 Minutes Presentation

Timers are very helpful for presenters. A timer can be useful not only for rehearsing a presentation but also during the presentation session. There are some presentations that need to adhere strictly to the time and often the time limit is somewhere around 15-20 minutes. Having a stopwatch or timer can be crucial on these occasions. Timers can help to …

How To Play Video Inside A TV Image in PowerPoint

Making presentations more interesting is all about thinking outside the box or in this case, inside the box! If you need to play out a video during your presentation, you can make it more interesting by using a TV frame. Instead of simply inserting the video as it is, you can opt for revealing it …

Mystery Skype Game: Increase Student Engagement in The Classroom

When we think of Skype, classrooms don’t really come to mind. However, the use of Skype in the classroom is becoming more common than you might think. Thanks to Microsoft, you can now engage your students using Skype with an entire curriculum. Teachers can connect their students with classrooms globally to play the Mystery Skype Game …

3 Ways To Use Skype Without Installing It

Many people don’t like installing resource intensive applications like Skype on their computer or mobile device. Many users also complaint that Skype is buggy and messes up their computer. In such a case one might prefer using Skype without installing it. There are three very easy methods that you can use to chat on Skype …

Pearson Success Net: Online Education Platform For K-12

There are a number of tools and online educational platforms which enable students and teachers to interact online. While you can start your own e-learning initiative using tools as simple as Office Mix or iSpring Pro, organizing your content, test scores and providing students with access to online resources is more complicated.

Skype Chat Now Available in Outlook.com & OneDrive

If you are an Outlook.com (Hotmail) or OneDrive user who wants to use Skype right from within your internet browser, you can integrate Skype with these Microsoft services. This also means that you can collaborate with Skype contacts real-time while working on your Office Online documents, such as PowerPoint presentation slides or MS Word files.

Comment Bubble: Get Feedback For The Best & Worst Parts Of Your Videos

Many people use YouTube channels to market products, showcase their talents, to make video tutorials and guides about things that interest them. Audience feedback usually comes in the form of a ‘Like’ or ‘Dislike’ or via rude comments from trolls.

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