Suppose you want a blank slide. But the master has some design on it and a logo. You don’t even want that… how do you manage? Most of us put a full size white (or black) rectangle to physically hide the unwanted graphics. Don’t do that. Just use the Hide Background Graphics option from Format Background!
You can create this impressive effect using PowerPoint 2013. This works with text as well as pictures. Find out how (Time required, 10 min).
My friend, Himani, asked me if I could create a SmartArt diagram like this. By default, it is not possible. So I tweaked the SmartArt feature to get this done. Here is how…
Shift is called the CONSTRAIN key. It constrains the proportions in this case.
Guides are useful for managing a consistent visual layout across slides. I recently discovered some very useful Guide related features…
This is a common requirement. If your presentation is “normal”, it is an easy task.
If it is “abnormal” it is a less easy task – but still possible.
Here is how you can Master the art (pun intended).
SnagIt offers a delayed capture option. Usually capture starts as soon as you invoke it. The delay is configurable in seconds. It is easy enough to understand how it works. But the real question is – when do you use it? Here is a practical situation in which Delayed Capture is extremely useful.