As part of our on-going commitment to the PowerPoint Video Mastery training course, I’m always coming up with new tips and ideas to help make you a better PowerPoint video creator.
Here are 4 quick tips to add to your PowerPoint skill set:[s3vpp id=8c54f1dc4d9d7410609c0d3ac4f6ddb5]
Did you know you can change the Default shape and text formatting in a slide deck? How many times have you had to remove the outline from a shape? Or highlighted text to change the font to the one you are using for your slides? This tip solves that!
The Format Painter and Animation Painter tools are great time savers! Except…you have to click their buttons to “paint” each object. Unless…you know this handy trick!
In the past, it was literally impossible to add transparency to an image in PowerPoint. Ugggg. Come on Microsoft! EVERY other graphics package on the planet would let you do this. Well, now you can with this new feature.
You can save yourself a BUNCH of time and frustration of finding the tools you want to use to customize your work by adding those frequently used tools to the Quick Access Toolbar (affectionately known as the QAT).
We hope these bite-sized chunks of training help make you a better PowerPoint video creator!
PowerPoint Video Dude I've been using PowerPoint since before it shipped to the public and love using it to make compelling visual videos!
PowerPoint Quick Access Toolbar Trick