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Richard Rost     
I know my Microsoft PowerPoint classes are in dire need of an update. The current ones are from 2003. There have been a LOT of changes in PowerPoint since then.

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Live Excel data in presentation Link 
Greetings! We have a PowerPoint presentation that runs off a TV monitor that serves as an info "kiosk" for our warehouse personnel. I've created a nice presentation that runs on a continuous loop and I update slides frequently. Currently we embedded an excel slide that is updated when the presentation is opened and the links refreshed. There is a 3rd party software (DataPoint) that claims to show live information in real time. Is there a way to do that using VBA? Did you already cover this in a class or seminar? Please advise. Thanks! Read More...
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Bruce R 
PowerPoint is I think taken for granted until someone has a presentation to complete by a certain deadline. I think PowerPoint is probably the most underutilized application of the Microsoft Office family. I think that with the advent of the team leadership concept, PowerPoint will experience a renaissance of use, as Excel, for the most part, has become commotized as far as one being able to obtain free training online (from a number of sources). In my opinion, Access MVPs can still make money teaching Access online. In the final analysis, PowerPoint experts can make the most impact, as it is a very visible tool that if done right can affect multitudes of people.
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clip organizer in powerpoint 2010 Link 
Bruce R 
If you read most of the recent literature regarding effective presentations, clipart is considered to be somewhat dated, and photographs are currently the flavor of the month.

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I have a Powerpoint slide that I have placed a short video clip on. I have set all the Transitions, timings, size etc etc to my liking. All fine so far.
Now I have another 499 similar short video clips that I want to place on individual slides, however I don't want to have to set up all the attributes over and over again for every single slide. Read More...
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