For many people, PowerPoint feels more like a curse than a blessing... “It’s the software I use every day, but it’s the bane of my existence!” Sound familiar?
What if that wasn’t the case? What if PowerPoint was actually a tool that could serve you, rather than boss you around?
The truth is, there are many secret tools and tricks that presentation experts use every day to make their lives easier in the program and save huge amounts of time. And you can learn them too!
In this webinar, you will discover hidden tools and shortcuts to super-charge your PowerPointing, including:
Bonus Handout: The 25 PowerPoint Shortcuts Every User Should Know
Hot Tip: Did you know that PowerPoint has special guides that help you align and distribute content evenly across a slide? Many people have this setting turned off without even knowing it! To check if yours is on or off, right-click off the slide and click on ‘Grids and Guides’. Then make sure there’s a checkmark next to ‘Display smart guides when objects are aligned’ and then click on ‘Set as Default’. From now on, every time you open a new presentation, PowerPoint will help you make sure that your objects are perfectly aligned.
About Camille Holden: Camille Holden is the CEO and Co-Founder of Nuts & Bolts Speed Training, a software training company that provides self-paced courses, virtual trainings, and in-person workshops to professionals around the world. As a PowerPoint expert and coach, she helps busy professionals save hours and gain peace of mind, by getting them to master the software they use every day, rather than letting the software be the master of them. For the past 10 years she has been helping top level executives and Fortune 500 Companies meet their presentation training goals by empowering employees through their effective and entertaining training programs.
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