Blog

PowerPoint: Changing the data in charts, diagrams

Option 1 Right-click on the chart/diagram to open the context sensitive menu. Select “Edit Data”. You’ll see a table in which you can change the required data, add new data or delete the group of data. Storing data in the table is done automatically, and in the graphical view you can instantaneously see all the data changes.   ...
Read More

PowerPoint: Replacing inserted photo with another

If you need to replace inserted photo\image with another, right-click on presentation photo to call the context sensitive menu. In the drop-out menu select “Change Picture…”, you’ll see a window where you can choose the new photo.
Read More

PowerPoint: Inserting photos – “Drag & Drop” function

“Drag & Drop” function can be used in every slide of your presentation to insert photo/image. Option 1 Open the folder where the required image is located. Drag the image file with a courser directly into the field for inserting an image.   Option 2 Click on the active icon in the field for inserting ...
Read More

PowerPoint: Vector elements: infographics, icons, illustrations

Information: Built-in vector tools in PowerPoint allow you to create vector objects (graphics, illustrations, infographics, icons, logos, maps) without using any additional graphic apps. A distinctive feature of using the vector elements is the ability to quickly edit a shape, as well as the automatic color change while changing the overall color ...
Read More

PowerPoint: How to work with content slides

Why is our presentation based on content slides and not master slides? 1. Content slides immediately display the slide filled with information and data. It is convenient as you can preview how will your slide look like when filled. 2. Using the master slides is possible by inserting the master slide template into the working area. ...
Read More

PowerPoint: How to change your presentation colors to colors of your brand

1. Call the “Theme Colors” dialog box any way you like (see How to change the color scheme of the presentation to a different preinstalled color scheme). At the bottom of the dialog box select “Customize Colors…” 2. In the opened window “Create New Theme Colors” where you can specify the colors you need. 3. At the bottom ...
Read More

PowerPoint: How to set color themes (XML) in PowerPoint (MAC)

Please copy all the files from the folder “XML Files” to this folder: MAC (Option 1) MacintoshHD > Users:YourUserName > Library > Application Support > Microsoft:Office > User Templates > My Themes > Theme Colors MAC (Option 2) http://osxdaily.com/2011/07/22/access-user-library-folder-in-os-x-lion/ ...
Read More

PowerPoint: How to set color themes (XML) in PowerPoint (Windows)

Please copy all files from the folder “XML Files” to this folder: Windows 7 (Option 1) C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Document Themes 15\Theme Colors Windows 7 (Option 2) C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office 15\root\Document Themes 15 Windows 8 C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates\Document ...
Read More

PowerPoint: How to work with master slides

Information: Slide Master is responsible for the look (template) of your presentation. Standard information that is repeated on every slide (for example, logo) is added to the master slide and is automatically broadcasted to all content slides of your presentation. Moreover, editing tools and master slides settings allow you to change/customize a ...
Read More

PowerPoint: How to change your contact information, links, logo

1. Open the presentation. Click on “View” tab in the top toolbar. Select “Slide Master” button.   [hi_banner]Information: Slide Master is responsible for the look (template) of your presentation. Standard information that is repeated on every slide (for example, logo) is added to the master slide and is automatically broadcasted to all ...
Read More

How to install a font on your MAC

1. Download a font via the link specified in file “Help.pdf”/ “Instruction.pdf”/item page. 2. If font files are packed to the archive (for example, RAR, ZIP), firstly you need to extract them from the archive. 3. Run the font file font as a regular application by clicking on the icon. Font manager and font preview window will be automatically ...
Read More

How to install a font on your Windows PC

Download a font via the link specified in file “Help.pdf”, “Instruction.pdf” or item page. 2. If font files are packed to the archive (for example, RAR, ZIP), firstly you need to extract them from the archive. 3. Open the Windows > Fonts folder and copy the font files there. If your Windows has been installed with default settings, the path ...
Read More