Issue #22 December 17, 2002

1. Best Tips of the Year Here are the tips that I got the most comments on during the year (if the links listed don't work when you click on them, just paste them into your browser): * PowerPoint shortcut keys Issue 1, Feb 26, 2002...

Issue #21 December 3, 2002

1. Using Clip Art & Photos on Presentation Slides After text, the next most common element used on presentation slides are graphics - usually either clip art or photographs. When you use any graphic, make sure that you are using it because it adds to the point you...

Issue #20 November 19, 2002

1. The Cost of Bad PowerPoint Recently I calculated the cost of the time that is wasted due to bad PowerPoint presentations and I was stunned to find out it was $252 million each day! How do I arrive at this figure? The New Yorker magazine reported a Microsoft...

Issue #19 November 5, 2002

1. Selecting Fonts for Presentation Slides Your choice of fonts on your presentation slides can make a big difference in how easy it is to understand your message. I suggest you use a serif font (one that has the extra tails on each character, Times Roman is an...

Issue #18 October 22, 2002

1. Outlook vs. Outlook Express Many new PC's come with Microsoft's Outlook Express as the default e-mail program so many people start using it because it is there and it does the basic e-mail functions. But when you add Microsoft Office, as many do, for Word, Excel...