Here‘s a quick and easy way to insert screenshotsonto your PowerPoint 2010 slide: On the Insert tab, select Screenshot. The Available Windows panel opens, showing thumbnails of all the application windows currently open on your desktop. Select one of the thumbnails to insert a screenshot on the slide. Large screenshots automatically scale to fit within The post Inserting Screenshots in PowerPoint 2010 appeared first on Bluewave Communicatio
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Voice over audioa piece of narration not accompanied by an image of the speakercan be a very effective tool in your presentation. It can allow an audience to hear your presentation when you‘re not there to give it, and can even turn your PowerPoint into a simple, yet effective, animated video. In PowerPoint 2013, you The post How to Record Voice Over in PowerPoint 2013 appeared first on Bluewave Communications.
Nothing is more embarrassing than presenting in front of a group of clients/peers/co-workers, making what you think is a stellar presentation, only to discover a major typo that suddenly appears during your talk. Beyond the possibility of losing credibility, your audience may fixate on the error ratherthan hearing your message. After crafting a presentation,you‘ll wantto The post 6 Foolproof‘ Presentation Proofing Techniques appeared
Google Driveis a free service from Google that lets you create, edit, store and share files that you can access on your computer, tablet or smart phone at any time. You can use Google Drive as a cloud storage service (like Dropbox or Box)the Google Drive app can be installed as a folder on your The post Intro to Google Drive and Google Slides appeared first on Bluewave Communications.
In PowerPoint 2013, there are fourways to add a video to your presentation. Below are instructions on how to embed a video into your PowerPoint file, how to link to a video on YouTube, Vimeo, or any website, and how to link to a video stored locally on your computer. We‘ve also included tips for The post Video Not Working in PowerPoint? appeared first on Bluewave Communications.
One of the many questions that we receive at the Bluewave studio is, ‘Why are my PowerPoint files so huge (in terms of file size)?‘ Well, a picture is worth a thousand words-and also a thousand kilobytes. When you add photos to a presentation, obviously the PowerPoint file size is going to get bigger. Even The post Help! Why Is My PowerPoint File So Big? appeared first on Bluewave Communications.
How often have you opened up a PowerPoint, started the slideshow mode, only to be stopped in your tracks by a photo that‘s blurry? We‘ve received many desperate emails from clients asking, ‘Can you do something with the photos? Why are they so blurry and fuzzy?‘ A rose is a rose What happened? Most likely The post Avoid Blurry Photos in PowerPoint appeared first on Bluewave Communications.
Imagine yourself on stage, just before giving a presentation to a packed house. The spotlight is bright, the audience is smiling at you, the mic is hot. You launch into your topic, click your slideshowremoteand turn slightly to reference the first slidewhich you‘ve never seen before. This is the premise of Speechless, a unique event The post PowerPoint Meets Improv appeared first on Bluewave Communications.
Sometimes presentations that display beautifully on your monitor just don‘t look that great when projected. We‘ve pulled together some of our best presentation design tips for using graphics, colors, andfontsthat will help your presentationlook great on the big screen. Graphics Placement: In some venues, sightlines can be obstructed by rows of seats. As a result, The post Must-know Presentation Design Tips to Avoid Problems When Proje