I came across this video and have to share it. I am going to try it out for future presentations.
What an interesting idea for creating PowerPoint presentations. You can do it in Powerpoint 2010 and later.
I am going to try this out.
I came across this video and though I need to share it for all of us who would like to improve our presentations.
I do hope you will try it out. Cannot wait for the next presentations I will create.
I came across this YouTube video and thought iot need to be shared under tips and tricks for using Powerpoint more effectively
I believe this is an excellent example that can be used to indicate to students what can be done with Powerpoint.
If you do a lot of note taking, attend multiple meetings, and collaborate with others on projects, OneNote might proof to be an effective tool. This app can be used almost anywhere: Mac, iOS, Android, Chrome, and Windows, but the Windows version offers more than the Mac version. One of the affordances exclusive to Windows is ‘ink to math’, a tool that converts hand written equations to text.
Tutorials for the following affordances will be designed in due course.
- How to create multiple, colour-coded notebooks.
- How to add sections to a notebook
- How to add pages, with content, to sections
- How to add screenshots
- How to add web clips, receipts, images, videos, sketches (touch screen), etc.
- How to add videos by pasting URL’s
- How to create, open, share, and print notes (pages).
- How to convert text in pictures to editable Word or Powerpoint files
- How to search notes
- How to integrate smartly with other Office products, such as Word, Excell and Powerpoint
- How to embed files
- How to give permission to edit documents
- How to edit documents in OneNote
- How to add comments
- How to get access to notes
- How to see who have signed into shared files
- How to be notified on smart watches when notes are added or changed
- How to use smartphones to shout notes
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I love my Apple computers, but sometimes you need to follow a different route than Windows users. When using Track Changes in Word 2016, you need to follow these steps to change the name of the author:
- Click Word and then Preferences (Top menu)
- Click User Information under Personal Settings
- Add name and initials
- Sometimes you need to review anonymously, therefore you need to change the author.
- I have replaced mine with “Reviewer”
- The new name will show in your track changes