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7 years ago
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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clip organizer in powerpoint 2010 Link 
7 years ago
Hi Ross,

How do you access clip organizer in powerpoint 2010. On your powerpoint 101 unit 7 you showed how to get it for powerpoint 2003

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It's gone. In PPT 2007 and 2010 you click on INSERT > CLIPART and select from what's there. In Office 2013, Microsoft has actually gotten RID of the clipart. Yep, Office no longer ships with clipart. You click on INSERT > ONLINE PICTURES and then you can search Microsoft's Office.com site for images. Read More...
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PowerPoint for Email Link 
Richard Rost 
11 years ago
If you click on Office Button > Publish you should be able to publish those slides to any location (a folder on your hard drive or even a web server).
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PowerPoint for Email Link 
11 years ago
Thank you for your help above.
Next question: I have compressed the photos and prepared the slides with text, etc. How do I save just the slides for sending on the internet without all the tools bars and screen peripherals? Lorne
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PowerPoint for Email Link 
Richard Rost 
11 years ago
Lorne, you'll need to compress your images. Use smaller graphics or click on the COMPRESS PICTURES button on the pictures toolbar. This should make your file a bit smaller. You can also ZIP it.
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