Chess and MS Word? I am learning chess using Chessmaster. It gives advice when you are stuck. Amazing way to learn Chessl. Word helped me learn even better. Here is how.
Today is an Indian festival called Dussehra which marks the beginning of harvesting season. It is customary to exchange leaves of the Piliostigma racemosum tree as a symbol of gold – wishing each other a prosperous new year.
Well, I cannot exchange leaves with all of you – but let me use this blog to wish all of you a great year ahead.
I created this graphic using the “gold” leaf image. Download this PPT file to understand how it was created using PowerPoint. Refer to the slide notes for details.
Well, where did this come from? I watch a lot of movies on the laptop. VLC player has a snapshot option. I capture memorable shots while watching the movie.
Just watched Memoirs of a Geisha. Amazing movie. I was wondering what to do with these images. And then I thought of using them to create a super fast movie summary based upon still images. Have a look… Ideally Download the video (10 MB)and watch locally for best impact.
Steps: Capture pictures. Insert all pictures as a Photo Album in PowerPoint. Set default slide advance time to 0.1 second for all slides. For key slides set it to 0.8 second. Save. Export as Video. Enjoy. (Hope I am not violating any copyrights).
Have a look. Take the mouse cursor to the Like icon in FB chat window, press the left button but don’t release it immediately – keep it pressed – and see what happens. It works with extended touch also on FB Messenger app.
This is a short post. NO need for a graphic or screenshot.
Every time I conduct a session, I poll the audience – “How many of you use OneNote?”. YES> The response is the joke
|Audience loves it when you goof up on stage!
But as a presenter you can use this to your advantage. You fail on stage – intentionally. Here is how you do it!