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Learn how to work with Microsoft PowerPoint, from adding new slides and embedding a YouTube video to printing your presentation with notes. These tutorials will help you customize our templates while mastering this software.

How to Change the Display Language in PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Change the Display Language in PowerPoint

If you want to change the display tongue in PowerPoint, this is your tutorial. No matter if you have downloaded a version of the software with the incorrect default language or you want to improve your reading skills, we will teach you, step by step, how to do it.  Content...

How to Insert Embed GIFs in a PowerPoint Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Insert Embed GIFs in a PowerPoint Presentation

Do you want to boost your presentation? One of the best ways of doing so is using GIFs! They are fun, easy to add and provide an amusing way of supporting your own information. Would you like to learn more about how to add a GIF in to your slides in...

How to Add Infographics in PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Add Infographics in PowerPoint

When trying to explain complicated topics or information, it’s worth using some visual aids. This way, the mind will quickly get the connections between ideas or the division of concepts. Have you ever tried using infographics? Infographics are diagrams that will help you present or show information. It doesn’t matter if...

How to Change Colors in a PowerPoint Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Change Colors in a PowerPoint Presentation

Choosing colors is quite important when creating a presentation. In deed, you must adapt the hues depending on the topic and your audience. In this post, we are going to learn how to work with colors in your PowerPoint template. Remember that our templates are 100% editables! You can change the...

How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint

Thinking about new ways of reviewing concepts for your students? Do you simply want to have fun with your friends? Or are you a medical student and need a helping hand with the names of the different parts of the inner ear? We can help you! Gamification is always a good...

How to Make a Mind Map in PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Make a Mind Map in PowerPoint

Mind mapping is a great idea to learn a series of concepts, ideas or information in a very visual way. Those mind maps are similar to hierarchical diagrams that have a series of branches. They need to be balanced, share the same ranking and must originate in the center. To...

How to Make a Quiz for Your Online Classes Using PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Make a Quiz for Your Online Classes Using PowerPoint

Sometimes it is not easy to get your students involved when giving a presentation. One of the best ways to capture their attention is creating interactive quizzes and questions, so they will interact with the slides. This way, the learning process will turn into something fun and amazing for children. If...

How to Create an Organizational Chart in PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create an Organizational Chart in PowerPoint

If you’re looking to help viewers visualize the structure of your company, an organizational chart will get the job done. Be it for a pitch deck, project proposal, or business presentation, organizational charts are extremely useful to help understand hierarchy and the relationship between the different entities. With PowerPoint, there are...

How to Create a Timeline in PowerPoint | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Timeline in PowerPoint

Timelines come in a rich variety of colors, shapes, and types. While there are plenty of creative ways to design them, they usually include a few basic elements including shapes, text, numbers, and lines. With these simple elements, you can put together a visually attractive and easy-to-understand chronology of the...