Regardless of the version being used, make your presentation has an impact. By impact, it is the presenter not the presentation! By making a strong and memorable talk, your presentation will be memorable.
Customize your presentation by working with the slide master – a preset design can be made more distinct. Done in 2013, this is relevant to earlier ver sions.
For those if you who are doing repetitive tasks in Excel and often forget to do a “save as” or copying the file, you may wish to create a template. It is reasonably simple. Plus you can restrict the cells where data entry is done. The video below shows you how. This was done in version 2010 yet is applicable to any of the newer versions of Excel.
I am in the process of developing an online class for a textbook company and am sharing an introductory session of Excel – it consists of brief instructions (no one likes to read any more!) and a video. There are two parts to this first lesson. If anyone has feedback for me, it would be appreciated.
I will be adding to this periodically so you can check back.
Although this was done in Access 2007 and was published more than a couple of years ago, this is one of my most popular tutorials. The video is brief, just over 4 minutes yet it covers the concept completely.
I did not create or write this video. However, it does a great job of showing how one can put a flag over a hand…you can do this with a floral photo over a cup, a tattoo on someone’s shoulder, etc. The effect is definitely very interesting.