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PowerPoint 101
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2020 UPDATE: I am currently in the process of upgrading my PowerPoint lessons for Office 2019. I expect to have them finished very soon. When they are released, you will get a FREE upgrade if you have purchased any of my PowerPoint lessons after August 1st, 2020. In the mean time, if you're currently using newer versions of PowerPoint, give these lessons a try. You may learn a few things. I'll be honest, the interface for PowerPoint has changed SIGNIFICANTLY since these videos were recorded. They will be hard to follow. The concepts are the same, but the introduction of the Ribbon in 2007 changed the entire Office menu significantly. But don't worry... updated videos are coming soon!


This is the perfect class for anyone who knows nothing about PowerPoint, or has used PowerPoint for building real simple presentations, but needs to learn how to do more. We will take you from knowing nothing to building a full fledged presentation from scratch (without the wizards) in about an hour.

Powerpoint 2016 Link 
John Shields 
2 years ago
I have Powerpoint 2016 and am unable to follow your video. I also cannot maximize the video screen, as I could do in your other courses. Help, please.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

The pp videos are rather old now, prob using office 2003. Read More...
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PowerPoint 2010 Link 
sawsan mahgoub 
5 years ago
I have power point 2010 I can not follow you. what can I do?. Thanks,


Reply from Alex Hedley:

MS changed the UI in Office 2007 and up.
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please update to 2010 Link 
Verna Campbell    
6 years ago
I agree with Jenny;please update to 2010  and email me, thanks


Reply from Richard Rost:

An update to PowerPoint 2013 is coming real soon. Oddly enough, I was reviewing my 2003 lessons the other day, and PP hasn't really changed that much. The old lessons are still pretty good. Read More...
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Verna Campbell    
6 years ago
I really need an update PowerPiont like 2010.



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An update for PowerPoint 2013 is currently in the works.
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Alex Hedley    
7 years ago
If this is the same as the AutoContent Wizard then it was removed in 2007.

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