Create a Branching Scenario in Microsoft PowerPoint

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They're also fairly easy to create! Follow these four steps to quickly bring your PowerPoint projects that extra bit of interaction. Working with PowerPoint. Ensure that each path you've created yields the expected outcome. Microsoft PowerPoint

eLearning: Articulate Storyline and Microsoft PowerPoint

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by Kevin Siegel      If Microsoft PowerPoint is your starting point for developing eLearning content, you can reuse that content in any of the top eLearning development tools including  Adobe Presenter ,  Adobe Captivate , and  TechSmith Camtasia Studio.

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How To Easily Create ELearning Videos from Microsoft PowerPoint

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And often we are asked about ways to use PowerPoint for elearning course content. Now, there are many ways you can integrate PowerPoint into any elearning program. Easy PowerPoint to Video Option. This product is an add-on for PowerPoint.

Storyboarding in PowerPoint with Visual Studio

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PowerPoint is known and primarily used for presentations both big and small (like middle school small) because of how easy it is to learn the basics and create awesome content fast. The simplicity, and sometimes surprising depth, of PowerPoint makes it an amazing platform.

Taylor Ehlert Talks PowerPoint Zoom for #AskMeMonday

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With every new update and feature that comes to PowerPoint, there is always a slew of questions following close behind. And that has been no different with the new PowerPoint Zoom feature. After you have made all of your selections, a Summary Slide will be created.

eLearning: Adobe Captivate and Microsoft PowerPoint

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before answering that, let's rework that classic question with this: what comes first, the eLearning or the PowerPoint presentation? When developing eLearning, the content is often created in Microsoft PowerPoint first. I'm not going to get into what it takes to create visually compelling PowerPoint presentations (we have a  mini course for that ). Adobe Captivate and PowerPoint.

Microsoft PowerPoint: Hide a Master Slide Logo

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by AJ George  A PowerPoint user approached me recently with an issue. She was given a PowerPoint template with a company logo on it. Having a problem getting PowerPoint to behave?  PowerPoint

Product Review: Microsoft Office Mix add-in for PowerPoint 2013

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Open up any authoring tool (okay, most of them) and one item that you will see is the ability to add PowerPoint. Some products including Articulate Studio and Storyline use the Microsoft SDK PowerPoint ribbon as their main ribbon. Office 2013 with PowerPoint 2013 OR.

How To Fill The Void of Missing Powerpoint Clipart

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Due to the “internet of things,” Microsoft Office decided to kill off their Clipart library in December 2014. The Clipart library has been available within the PowerPoint and MS Word programs since the mid-1990s. eLearning Powerpoint Resouces Resources powerpoint

Recording PowerPoint Presentations like a Pro: Geetesh’s 13 Tips for Creating Great PowerPoint Slides

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Microsoft PowerPoint and TechSmith Camtasia have long been friends. Did you know that, until recently, PowerPoint lacked the option to save a presentation as a video? He’s also generously shared some thoughtful tips for creating screencast -friendly PowerPoint slides.

PowerPoint or Prezi: Which is Best for eLearning?

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The question is becoming more and more common — “Should I use PowerPoint (PPT) or Prezi?” I’ve already written about how to create eLearning using PPT, so I won’t re-visit that here. There are many ways to create on-click, timed, and some on-hover interactions in PPT.

Is PowerPoint Destroying ELearning?

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Every year they are adding new features, which is great, but at the same time these new features are all built upon the same foundation – and in many cases this foundation is Microsoft PowerPoint. Heck, most of them allow you to import PowerPoint.

Top PowerPoint Tips

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PowerPoint is probably the single best multimedia application available because of its versatility. You can create presentations, rapid elearning courses, illustrations, videos, mobile learning and even books for publishing. PowerPoint also offers ease of entry.

PowerPoint: Create Tables with Rounded Edges, Method 2

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by AJ Walther    Last week I shared  a method for creating a table with rounded corners in PowerPoint. Here's an alternate method for creating tables with rounded corners using PowerPoint for Windows. Microsoft PowerPoint PowerPoint

PowerPoint: Chart Templates

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by AJ George  I was perusing the Microsoft Office Forums and came across an unanswered question from someone about chart formatting. Here is how to create a chart template to be used with new charts or to be applied to existing charts. How to Create a Chart Template.

Microsoft Brings Back Free Clip Art…Sort Of

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So last week’s news that Microsoft is bringing back free clip art was a breath of fresh, kind of. About two years ago, Microsoft got rid of clip art. The good news is Microsoft has formed a partnership with Pickit which offers a pretty big library of images.

How to Convert Microsoft PowerPoint to HTML5 (web pages)

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In this article you will learn how to easily convert your PowerPoint slides into web enabled presentations using HTML5. Step 1 Create a PowerPoint slide deck […].

Create Hand-Drawn Graphics in PowerPoint + Free Download

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I decided to purchase this graphics tablet after many years of watching countless graphic designers draw away and effortlessly create beautiful hand-drawn graphics. What I love about this is that anything you draw is editable within PowerPoint.

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Microsoft PowerPoint: Character Challenge

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by AJ Walther      A few weeks ago I presented a  Character Challenge  and asked readers to send in their PowerPoint-created eLearning characters. This time I decided to go ahead and play my own game and create my own eLearning character self-portrait.

Microsoft PowerPoint: Create and Use Chart Templates

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Utilizing PowerPoint's custom Chart Templates might just save you a lot of time.   Create a Chart Template. Insert a chart in PowerPoint. PowerPoint will automatically save the chart template where it needs to go.). Microsoft PowerPoint PowerPoint

7 Technical Tips for Creating Video Lectures

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Create engaging educational videos with no hassle or specific training? Check out 7 tips for creating video lectures on how to put together text, visuals and audio for the ultimate video lecturing experience. Creating video lectures these days is a piece of cake.

How to Edit Free Vector Images in PowerPoint

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In this post we’ll explore how to edit free vector images in PowerPoint. However, if you get the image in.EPS format you may be able to edit the free vector images in PowerPoint. If the free vector image is in.EPS format you may be able to edit it in PowerPoint.

How To Create Engaging ELearning

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Creating online courses today is easy. If you know how to work Microsoft PowerPoint, then you can slap together an elearning course pretty quickly. Creating effective and engaging elearning content is a little more difficult.

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PowerPoint 2007 & 2010: Save a Presentation with Embedded Fonts

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by AJ George    When creating PowerPoint presentations and moving them from one computer to another, one area of concern is fonts. the Mac versions of PowerPoint can't embed fonts, nor can they use fonts embedded in a PC-born presentation. In PowerPoint, you'll notice all fonts have either a TT (TrueType)  or an  O (OpenType)  next to them in the font list. All embedding licenses are not created equal.   PowerPoint

How to Open PowerPoint Presentations Online

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Problem : How to open a PowerPoint presentation without PowerPoint? Solution : Whether you don’t have Microsoft PowerPoint at all or have an old version that doesn’t open presentations created with newer versions, that’s not a problem! Shared.

Microsoft PowerPoint: Working with Guides

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by AJ Walther      For some PowerPoint projects you may find that you would like to line up elements in a certain way and that having guides on the slide would be useful. Create a New Guide.

Tips for Importing from PowerPoint to Captivate

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Microsoft PowerPoint is a very powerful tool for creating presentations. This means that a lot of content is developed in PowerPoint. There are times when you may want to reuse content created in PowerPoint in e-learning. by Jonathan Shoaf.

Preparing PowerPoint for ELearning

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For many people, PowerPoint is the go-to software tool for any instructional event – and who could blame them? Nearly every organization has Microsoft Office so PowerPoint is pretty accessible. PowerPoint to ELearning.

PowerPoint: Find and Delete Embedded Fonts

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by AJ George  Last week  I covered how to embed fonts in a PowerPoint presentation. Check out this link for what to do if your presentation contains Asian texts and formats that PowerPoint can't display. If you know there is a font throwing a kink in the works but can't find where it is used within the presentation, try the following: With your presentation opened in PowerPoint 2010, choose  File > Save & Send > Create Handouts.

Adobe Captivate: A Clean Break from PowerPoint

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by Kevin Siegel    Many Captivate projects begin in Microsoft PowerPoint. If you've never tried to import a PowerPoint presentation, you'll find it an easy process. All you have to do is choose  From Microsoft PowerPoint  (located at the right of the Welcome screen). If you leave this option selected and then complete the import process, the new Captivate project will maintain a link to the source PowerPoint presentation. 

Create Your Own Microsoft ClipArt in PowerPoint 2

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Learn how to save ClipArt drawings from PowerPoint into the vector EMF format. This is the second lesson on how to create clipart icons in PowerPoint. This is not as easy to re-draw within PowerPoint, but again it’s simple, and if you had to hire somebody to do that you could.

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Adobe Captivate 6: High Fidelity PowerPoint Imports

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by Kevin Siegel    Have you, or a Subject Matter Expert, created a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint? Are you moving away from presentations and toward eLearning lessons created with Captivate? And are you bummed because all of that great PowerPoint content is basically going to have to be redone in Captivate? Don't  Don't throw those PowerPoint presentations away.

Microsoft is Dumping Clip Art. What Are You Going to Do?

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Not sure if you saw the news, but Microsoft is going to dump clip art. However, most clip art images offered through the Microsoft site are actually vector illustrations. In PowerPoint, the most common vector images formats are.EMF and.WMF.

Adobe Captivate to Convert PowerPoint Presentations to E-learning

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Many organizations prefer to convert their PowerPoint presentations, used in classrooms, into interactive e-learning courses using rapid authoring tools. Here are the steps: Open the PowerPoint presentation you want to convert to an e-learning course. Rapid e-learning is on the rise 1.

Camtasia Studio vs Adobe Presenter: Working with PowerPoint Presentations

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by Kevin Siegel       If you have already created a presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint, it's very easy to re-purpose the presentation as eLearning content using either TechSmith Camtasia Studio or Adobe Presenter. TechSmith Camtasia Studio 8 and PowerPoint. Once installed, the Camtasia recording features are added to PowerPoint's Ribbon (on the Add-Ins tab).   Adobe Presenter 9 and PowerPoint.

Adobe Captivate: If You Must Resize PowerPoint Presentations. Maintain!

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by Kevin Siegel It's relatively simple to import a PowerPoint presentation into a Captivate project. You can import a presentation into a new project, or add PowerPoint slides to an existing project.

More Than 30 PowerPoint Tips from the PowerPoint Pros!

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A lot of rapid elearning hinges on PowerPoint. That means your success building courses is influenced by how well you know PowerPoint. To help you learn more about PowerPoint I pulled together a solid list of PowerPoint resources. Dozens of PowerPoint tips and tricks.