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  Thursday, February 15, 2018 – Permalink –

Match Format Paste

Copy/Paste formatting in Word, PowerPoint or Excel



When you copy information from a Web page or another document, the formatting will also be copied.

To match the formatting of the target document, copy the text and place the cursor where you want to insert the copy.

Then, go to Edit>Paste Special, and select the Unformatted Text option.
(Click the arrow under Paste in the Clipboard group on the Home tab in 2007+)

The clipboard text will be pasted to match the target.

Another way when using Word 2002 + is to click on the "Smart icon" that appears at
the lower right corner of the pasted text. You can then choose to keep the original formatting, match the destination formatting, keep text only, or apply a new style.

An additional way to transfer just the formatting between documents is to highlight the text with the formatting you wish to copy and then hold down the Ctrl key and the Shift key and press the C key (Ctrl+Shift+C). Release the keys. Select the text you want to have formatted. Hold down the Ctrl key and the Shift key and press the V key (Ctrl+Shift+V). Only the formatting is copied, not the text.
In Excel use Edit>Paste Special and select the "Formats" option.


What's So Special About "Paste Special"? Video

Paste Special can also be used with graphics.

You can change Word's default behavior; choose whether to paste Inline or Floating.

Microsoft Word MVPS FAQ


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  Thursday, February 08, 2018 – Permalink –

PowerPoint Pundits

Connect with other PowerPoint users


Microsoft has put together a list of locations, forums, blogs, etc. that cover PowerPoint.

You'll probably find that your question has been answered at one of these spots.

PowerPoint Ninja


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  Saturday, February 03, 2018 – Permalink –

Viewer

Portable PowerPoint



If you have to show your presentation on a machine that does not have PowerPoint installed, you can use " Package for CD. "

Before 2003 it was named "Pack and Go."

Go to File> Package for CD ...
The Dialog box will walk you through the process and offer to include the PowerPoint Viewer.

PowerPoint Viewer

The problem with the earlier versions of PowerPoint, through 2002, was that the viewer only handled the features available in PowerPoint 97.


The PowerPoint 2007 Viewer lets you view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions.
Here is the download location for the PowerPoint 2007 Viewer:

PP 2007 Viewer

PowerPoint 2010 Viewer


PP Tools:
Downloads and descriptions for other versions


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  Tuesday, January 23, 2018 – Permalink –

Office VBA Tricks

Video + Free code


"Learn tips and use sample code for several Office applications. These tips can help you to be more productive and can also be a starting point for developing your own tools, utilities and techniques."
  • Update Word Document Statistics in the Title Bar
  • Create Outlook Rules Programmatically
  • Delete Repeated Text Throughout a Word Document
  • Run Macros Based on the Value of One or More Excel Spreadsheet Cells
  • Disable Related Controls on a PowerPoint Slide After a User Clicks an Input Control
  • Display Reminder Information When a User Opens an Office Document
  • Synchronize an Access Main Form to a Subform and Vice Versa
  • Log Worksheet Changes to an XML File
  • Merge Body Text from Multiple Outlook E-mail Messages to a Word Document
  • Use the Office Assistant as an Alternative to Displaying and Retrieving User Input
Ten Tips for Office VBA Developers

VBA Tips & Tricks

Getting Started with VBA in Office 2010

Download Office 2013 VBA Documentation


(VBA is VBA and is, in most cases, usable in all versions of Office)


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  Monday, January 22, 2018 – Permalink –

Background Templates

Fresh material



After seeing a few PowerPoint presentations, all of the backgrounds and graphics included with Office, start to look alike.

Luckily, there are generous folk who supply fresh material.

Sonia Coleman is one of the best.

She presents over 200 templates for download.

Free PowerPoint Templates

Explore the rest of her site including the Gallery section

Also see:

PoweredTemplates.com


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  Wednesday, January 10, 2018 – Permalink –

YouTube in PowerPoint

Imbedded videos


Shyam Pillai has provided a free wizard to imbed YouTube clips into a PowerPoint Presentation

"Use this to insert YouTube videos into a PowerPoint slide. All you need to do is to provide the YouTube video URL that appears in the browser address bar, the rest is taken care of by the YTV Wizard.

Note: YouTube videos are streamed so a live internet connection is required to playback the video during the slideshow. Use the free FlashBack add-in to play/rewind the YouTube video automatically."

YouTube Video Wizard


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  Wednesday, January 03, 2018 – Permalink –

New Table in Town

Bigger and better (?)


Pre '07 versions of PowerPoint limited tables to a maximum of 25 rows and columns. You were able to ungroup the table cells before, but that has been taken away.


"In this release, we have increased that maximum to 75x75 within the UI.

We were able to do this because we made the decision to move away from the metaphor of a table simply being a group of shapes, as it was in previous versions.
This has been one of the largest enabling factors in our performance gains, and as a result, tables are workable at sizes much greater than that of 25x25.

A tradeoff made in order to obtain these gains in performance was the ability to "ungroup" a table.

While this tradeoff means that there are a set of scenarios no longer present, specifically the ability to ungroup a table to animate individual pieces, we feel that the performance gains (not to mention all the other aspects talked about in this section of the blog) along with the ability to use multiple tables and/or shapes in these scenarios will benefit users in a much greater way."

PowerPoint Tables

It can still be done:

Workaround for animating a table:

  1. Right-click the table, choose Save as Picture

  2. Save as EMF (choose EMF from the "save as type dropdown list)

  3. InsertPicture, insert the EMF

  4. Ungroup the EMF twice

  5. Now regroup the parts you need to animate -- rows, columns, or whatever
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  Sunday, December 31, 2017 – Permalink –

Move the Show

Portable hints


A speaker can be called upon to present programs almost anywhere. Every site is unique and has its own problems. Your show may, also, have to be sent out on its own.

Here are some suggestions that may help on the road:

Distributing PPTs - Pitfalls, Panics & Pleasures
By Steve Rindsberg

There are several potential problem areas:
  • Recipients who don't have PowerPoint
  • PowerPoint version compatibility
  • Links - to images, sounds, movies and OLE content (graphs, charts, spreadsheets, Word pages etc.)
  • Sound and movie compatibility
  • Fonts
  • Timing/Synchronization
  • VBA code and Controls
  • Recipients using assistive technology



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  Friday, December 29, 2017 – Permalink –

Word to PP

Send outline to PowerPoint


That old 2003 version allowed you to send a Word file to PowerPoint and have it create a slide show.

After styling with Heading 1, 2, etc, go toFile > Send To > Microsoft Office PowerPoint.

2007+ is a little different (duh!)

For Microsoft Office 2007+

Word 2007+ doesn't allow you to publish to PowerPoint 2007 by default.

Here's the solution:

After you are done in Word 2007+, save it as a Word document.

Now open PowerPoint 2007+.

Click on the Office Button at the top left hand corner.

Click Open.

Under Files of type, select All Outlines.

Now select the Word document and click Open.

Alternately,

In Word 2007+, right click on the ribbon.

Select Customize Quick Access Toolbar.

Under "Choose commands from:", select Commands not in the ribbon.

Look for "Send to Microsoft Office PowerPoint".

Click OK.

The command will then be added onto the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT).



Word to PowerPoint

Word 2010 to PP 2010


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  Friday, December 22, 2017 – Permalink –

Google Shows

Presentation alternative


Google Docs now has a presentation element.

You can create documents, spreadsheets and presentations online.

They're a bit restricted and simplex at this point, but you can also import files and convert them for sharing or publication.

Google Docs

Review of Google presentation


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  Saturday, December 16, 2017 – Permalink –

Handy Master View

It's mouse and keyboard quick!


With PowerPoint 2007-13, View>Presentation Views>Slide Master will take you to the Slide Master View. The same location shows Handout and Notes Masters.

A shortcut involves using the Shift key.

"At the bottom left hand corner of PowerPoint (bottom right for PowerPoint 2007), you will see 3 mini buttons. They are: Normal View, Slide Sorter View, and Slide Show. Now here's a quick trick:

When you hover over these 3 mini buttons, hold down the Shift key. The mini buttons will now become Slide Master view, Handout Master view, and Set Up Show respectively."

The Setup Show is on the Slide Show tab in the Setup group. The Shift key is a cooler way to bring it up quickly.



The Art of PowerPoint-ing


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  Wednesday, December 13, 2017 – Permalink –

2003-07-10-13 Compatbility

Exchange the future and the past


"Microsoft has added new file formats to Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007+. To help ensure that you can exchange documents between Microsoft Office releases, Microsoft has developed a Compatibility Pack for the Office Word, Office Excel, and Office PowerPoint 2007+ File Formats"

Use earlier versions of Excel, PowerPoint, and Word to open and save files from 2007-13 Office programs

Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint


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  Monday, November 27, 2017 – Permalink –

Move the Line

Animate charts


PowerPoint has the ability to present elements of a graph one at a time for dramatic effect.

Here's one take from PPTWorkBench.com:
Complex Animations



This tutorial is an example of making PowerPoint do things that can't normally be done. In this case, we will tweak some chart animations that don't exist under normal circumstances.
  1. Create a chart with data,
  2. Ungroup the chart into individual pieces,
  3. Insert pictures that relate to the data,
  4. Do some grouping + animation.
Also:

Microsoft:
 Animate Chart Elements in Microsoft PowerPoint 

Internet4classrooms.com:
Animating a Chart - Using Ungrouping

Ungroup in 2007+  


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  Thursday, November 16, 2017 – Permalink –

Annoying Hypertext Warnings

How to disable hyperlink warning messages in 2007+ Office programs


When you include links in PowerPoint, or other '07 applications, you may get this admonition:

Opening "path/filename".
Hyperlinks can be harmful to your computer and data. To protect your computer, click only those hyperlinks from trusted sources.
Do you want to continue?


To disable the hyperlink warnings in 2007+ Office programs when an http:// address or an ftp:// address is used, you must create a new registry subkey.

To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start, and then click Run.

  2. In the Open dialog box, type regedit, and then click OK.

  3. In Registry Editor, locate one of the following registry subkeys:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Common 

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Common

    Note You only have to modify one of these registry subkeys. You do not have to modify both of them.

  4. Click the registry subkey, point to New on the Edit menu, and then click Key.

  5. Type Security, and then press ENTER to name the key.

  6. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.

  7. Type DisableHyperlinkWarning, and then press ENTER to name the entry.

  8. In the right pane, right-click DisableHyperlinkWarning, and then click Modify.

  9. In the Edit DWORD Value dialog box, click Decimal, and then type 1 under Value data.

    Note A value of 0 enables the hyperlink warning message. A value of 1 disables the hyperlink warning message.

  10. Click OK.

  11. Exit Registry Editor.
  12. 
    
How to disable hyperlink warning messages
Security warning message  


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  Sunday, November 05, 2017 – Permalink –

Enlarge and Shrink Picture

Get a close up


"Often when doing a presentation, you may want to enlarge an image using Emphasis: Grow.

You probably want to show a clearer view of a photograph. But enlarging with the Grow effect often ends up getting the image blurry/jagged.

Now it looks ugly, you wouldn't want to show others an enlarged but poor quality picture, do you?


PPTHeaven.mvps.org:
Enlarge Image


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  Sunday, October 29, 2017 – Permalink –

Annotation Preservation

Hold that note



Remember the old days. You did your John Madden thing. You've scribbled notes all over the slide and would like to keep them. That old-fashioned 2002 version of PowerPoint couldn't help, but 2003+ will!

Not only can you save your highlights and underscores, but you can turn them on and off when you re-run the show.

Carefully mark up the slide and then at presentation time make it look like you do this sort of thing all the time on ESPN.

When you close the presentation you are asked if you want to save the changes.
You can't highlight text in PowerPoint like you can in Word, but you can do it with screen annotations



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  Monday, October 23, 2017 – Permalink –

Office Art

2007+ choices


Office 2007+ uses OfficeArt to format text boxes, graphics and pictures.

It's available in Word, Excel , and PowerPoint, but it is most active in PowerPoint and Excel.

Here's a description:

Office PPT Art



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  Friday, October 13, 2017 – Permalink –

Life with PowerPoint

Cruel tips


" Don McMillan is "Technically Funny". Before he became a nationally known stand-up comedian, Don spent 10 years as an engineer at IBM, AT&T, and VLSI Technology. He knows what corporate life is all about. His show is funny, smart, clean, AND he is the ONLY comedian working in PowerPoint.


Life After Death by PowerPoint



Don McMillan


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  Saturday, October 07, 2017 – Permalink –

Leaf Automation

Animation tip


This tutorial will walk you through the steps you can use to display a leaf as it floats and swirls across the screen.

There is also a file that you can download to see how its done.

PowerPoint Heaven:

Leaf Motion


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  Wednesday, October 04, 2017 – Permalink –

Non Stop Show

Stop the breakout


If a PowerPoint show is running, it can be stopped by using the escape key. Here's a way to prevent that from happening.

A User can exit out of a show accidentally/intentionally by pressing the ESC key. This add-in disables the functionality of the ESC key.

Note: If the show is set to run in Kiosk mode, disabling the ESC key will provide no way of getting out of a slide show, hence please ensure that you have provided an escape route (e.g an invisible shape set to End show) to exit the show.


No ESCape Add-in
by Shyam Pillai


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  Saturday, September 30, 2017 – Permalink –

Google Shows

Presentation alternative


Google Docs now has a presentation element.

You can create documents, spreadsheets and presentations online.

They're a bit restricted and simplex at this point, but you can also import files and convert them for sharing or publication.

Google Docs

Review of Google presentation


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  Tuesday, September 19, 2017 – Permalink –

Great Collection

Examples and ideas


The experts show you how they have developed some pretty spectacular animations and designs using PowerPoint out of the box.


"PowerPoint Heaven is a website providing PowerPoint showcase, artworks, PowerPoint games, animation templates, PowerPoint animations and tutorials on animating Microsoft PowerPoint."


PPTHeaven.mvps.org


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  Saturday, September 16, 2017 – Permalink –

Countdown Slide

3-2-1




It can be useful to let your audience know when the show is going to begin. Here's a description about how to do it:

Create Countdown Slide Without VBA
(There is also a sample PowerPoint file with all the hard work done for you!)


The MVPS.org site also has a way to do it with VBA:
Simulate a countdown timer using Sleep API

Indezine.com has a tutorial:
Countdown Timer

Tushar-Mehta.com offers a free download:
PowerPoint Timer add-in
The add-in provides a variety of capabilities missing from PowerPoint itself. During a slideshow, it can:

  • Show the current time
  • Show the elapsed time of the presentation
  • Count down the time remaining for the presentation.
  • Optionally, it includes the ability to terminate the presentation at the end of a separately configurable grace period!
Also a tutorial on auto scheduling a PowerPoint show


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  Saturday, September 09, 2017 – Permalink –

Backgrounds for you

A large number of designer slides


PP'ers are always on the lookout for colorful, useful backgrounds.

Camtasia Studio, a maker of video capture software has a lot of PowerPoint backgrounds that are yours for the downloading.


"Based on the popularity of our MenuMaker background templates, we've created background templates for use with Microsoft PowerPoint. These free templates are designed for use with PowerPoint presentations recorded with TechSmith's Camtasia Studio. However, they are standard templates and can be used for any PowerPoint presentation."

Camtasia Backqrounds


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  Monday, September 04, 2017 – Permalink –

Fuzzy Preview

Fix the resolution


If the preview image is not clear, this Knowledgebase article may help:

Because of changes in how the preview image is saved in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, and in Microsoft PowerPoint 2002, the preview image File Open dialog box is more difficult to read than in PowerPoint 2000 and earlier versions.


In PowerPoint 2007
  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.

  2. Locate and then click the following key in the registry:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\PowerPoint\Options

  3. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD value.

  4. Type Preview Picture Precision, and then press ENTER.

  5. On the Edit menu, click Modify.

  6. Click Decimal in the Base area.

  7. Type 320, and then click OK.

  8. Exit Registry Editor.
Support.Microsoft.com:
Preview image is fuzzy


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  Saturday, September 02, 2017 – Permalink –

Indent Code

Realign a bunch


Indenting blocks of VBA code, such as statements within loops or If...Then statements, makes reading a procedure much easier.

You probably indent a code statement using the [Tab] key, and outdent by using [Shift][Tab].

However, you may not be aware that the [Tab] and [Shift][Tab] techniques also work when multiple code lines are selected.

The Visual Basic Editor also provides Indent and Outdent buttons on the Edit toolbar that allow you to easily reposition blocks of code.


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  Monday, August 28, 2017 – Permalink –

Loop the Beginning

Then start the show


It can be effective to have an opening segment run before the actual presentation begins.

We all know how to set up a show that will run in kiosk mode until you hit escape.

Here are instructions about how to set up the loop so that you can seamlessly start the show without an interruption.

Creating & Running an Opening Loop


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  Monday, August 21, 2017 – Permalink –

No Black Slide

End the show


After creating a presentation, save it as a PowerPoint show. This allows you to run the show and not be faced with all the paraphernalia that was used to create it.

One negative is that at the end of the show a black slide is displayed.

To eliminate this last distraction, so that the show will run and then just return to the desktop, Go to PowerPoint Options (Tools>Options or Logo PowerPoint options in 2007+).

Remove the check from "End with black slide". Resave and carry on.



This will hold for every show until the setting is changed. It is not saved with the file.


"To force the presentation to end without the black screen on every computer, add an action button or autoshape on your last slide within the presentation.

You can now set the . . .action setting to "end show". This will force your presentation to end without displaying the final black screen and end of slide show message.

123PPT.com


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  Monday, August 14, 2017 – Permalink –

Presentation Review

Suggestions included


... (the) CEO of Whole Foods Market, John Mackey, gave a presentation called "Past, Present, and Future of Food" for an audience of 2000 in Berkeley, California.

... (he) was there to make a presentation and have a conversation that would . . . (show) a skeptical Berkeley audience that his large company still has the credibility to lead the food movement into the future.

. . .(the) 45-minute talk "aided" by 67 text-filled slides followed by an on-stage conversation

. . . Most people felt that the evening generally was successful given Mackey's sincerity, honesty, and general likability, but John Mackey's "multimedia presentation" as it was billed, could have been so much more.
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. . . (the) presentation in Berkeley is a wonderful example of a presentation by an intelligent, personable, and passionate leader that easily could have been insanely great but was not. "[He] raced through the slides like a Ph.D. student presenting his dissertation," said the UC Berkeley reporter in the audience.

. . . it's a shame the presentation itself was not better planned and delivered given the importance of the topic and the profile of the speaker. Frankly, when you're trying to change the world, there is no excuse for being dull.
  • It's a story. This topic screams "Story" yet there was no story that I could follow.
    There were bits and pieces (some of it interesting) and way too much history and data-without-purpose.

  • Make it shorter. Cut the presentation part of the evening to 20-25 minutes and spend more time discussing on stage with the host, taking questions from the audience, etc.

  • Make it visual. There are no boring topics, but this topic is especially interesting and provocative.
Signal vs. Noise


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  Tuesday, August 08, 2017 – Permalink –

Secret Slide Numbers

PPT does not forget


"PowerPoint numbers slides in several ways and it pays to know the difference.

When you create a new slide, it gets a unique SlideID, a unique number that's read-only… you can't change it manually or programmatically. Reordering the slides won't cause it to change. Once a slide is created, it keeps the same SlideID forever.

SlideIndex is the ordinal number of the slide in the presentation as it's currently arranged. Move a slide around in slide sorter and its SlideIndex changes to reflect its new position in the show."

Slide number, SlideID, SlideIndex and all that jazz

From Informit.com:
Sample Code to Print Slide Numbers for a Custom Show


"Microsoft PowerPoint has the ability to create custom slide shows, which are subsets of existing slides within your presentation. When you print a custom show, PowerPoint prints the page number defined for that slide. For example, if you print a custom show named My Show that consists of slides 2, 8, and 13 of your presentation, the numbers 2, 8, and 13 appear on the printed output.

This article provides a sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro that prints out a specified custom show and numbers the pages consecutively, beginning with the number 1."

Also:
Working with Slide Objects
and

Microsoft PowerPoint Objects


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  Tuesday, August 01, 2017 – Permalink –

Classroom Ideas

Ideas and tutorials



If you're looking for student projects and tutorials involving PowerPoint and more, look here:

PowerPoint - Creating Classroom Presentations

More information is located at:
EducationWorld.com

  • a search engine for educational Web sites only, a place where educators can find information without searching the entire Internet;
  • original content, including lesson plans, practical information for educators, information on how to integrate technology in the classroom, and articles written by education experts;
  • site reviews;
  • daily features and columns;
  • teacher and principal profiles;
  • Wire Side Chats with the important names in education;
  • employment listings.



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