Rather unusually, I was recently asked to turn some e-learning into a PowerPoint presentation, whereas usually it’s the other way around. However, this allow me to use the little-known features of PowerPoint that make a slideshow more interactive. I thought I’d share some of these in a short video…
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Excel Threaded Comments - Comments are now Notes and Comments are something quite different!. Click 'Read More' to watch the video...
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