PowerPoint for iPad has been updated with PowerPoint Designer – a new tool that gives you suggestions on how to make your presentations clearer and more appealing. PowerPoint Designer can be accessed from the Design tab on the PowerPoint ribbon.
While widescreen displays have been the standard for some time, you may want to wheel out some old PowerPoint slides for re-use. The trouble is, if you developed them for the old 4:3 display days, they’ll end up stretched and out of shape when displayed.
Dear Lifehacker, I have a tendency to use a lot of filler words when I talk, like “um” and “like”, and I’ve recently realised how bad it sounds, especially during presentations at work. How can I train myself to eliminate these from my speech?