Category Archives: PowerPoint

Save Your Voice for the Presentation

By: Shayan Gaziani Imagine this Scenario: You walk into class prepared to deliver a paramount presentation. You’ve spent hours rehearsing every aspect from timing to delivery. You’ve spent days, if not weeks, preparing the file, compiling countless amounts of slides, … Continue reading

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What to Do when PowerPoint’s Presenter View Won’t Play Nice

The Presenter View option allows PowerPoint users to show the audience the slide show while giving the presenter a view of upcoming slides, a timer, notes to yourself, and other handy tools. (If you haven’t yet, be sure to give … Continue reading

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O365 for SMU Students

A better way to work for SMU students With Office 365, you can read, write, collaborate, and present ideas—from virtually anywhere with consistent, clean, and fast experiences. Simplify sharing Your files are saved online, so you can send everyone a … Continue reading

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Capturing Screenshots in Office

To follow along with last week’s post we wanted to give you a few tips on using screenshots in the Microsoft Suite. From the Insert tab (available in all of the Office products), select the Screenshot icon.  Microsoft gives you two … Continue reading

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Present Like a Pro

Have you ever been in a presentation where the speaker fumbled through their slides jumping back and forth? ………… PowerPoint 2013: Presenter View

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