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Geetesh Bajaj

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General PowerPoint questions excluding VBA

Experience in the area

Author of six PowerPoint books

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Microsoft.com, Presentations, Indezine, AbsolutePPT

Education/Credentials

Business Graduate

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MVP -- Microsoft Most Valuable Professional


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Recent Answers from Geetesh Bajaj

2016-07-19 time for diapositive:

Willy, you will have to set an automatic transition time of 1 minute for each slide (diapositive).    You can learn more about transitions at:     Slide Transition Timings in PowerPoint 2013  http://www

2015-05-23 rolling credits:

Add a text box to your slide.    Select this text box, and then access the Animations tab of this Ribbon.    Choose the Entrance Effects option, and choose Credits.    Choose View | (Toolbox) Custom Animation

2013-05-20 How do I use "go to " command:

If you know the slide number you want to go to, just type the slide number quickly, and then immediately press the Enter key in slide show mode.    For example, if you wanted to go to slide 46, you would

2013-02-13 Power Point Slides dont keep timings:

Yes, you are right -- PowerPoint is not too good at syncing times on different computers. You can indeed record your voice-overs on another program such as Audacity and save the files as MP3s -- then insert

2013-01-30 inserting object into ppt:

You need to add an Object Actions animation to the Word document for that to happen.    I don't know which version of PowerPoint you are using -- this is how you would do it in PowerPoint 2010:    1. Select

 

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