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Microsoft has an award called Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) for these independent experts around the world who are awarded for voluntarily sharing their high quality, real world expertise in offline and online technical communities. In the area of presentation skills, there’re PowerPoint MVPs for everyone. They’re just technology individuals, without paid by Microsoft. As PowerPoint MVP Sonia Coleman put it: “Our reward is the satisfaction of being able to help others with what we’ve learned here.”. So if we know more guys like them, we get better resources for our further presentations.
Solutions to Multimedia in PowerPoint
He was born and raised in Texas. PTT specializes in creating Word document management systems (Userforms and templates), lesson plans and graphics for the nuclear industry, doing Instructor Training for utilities and creating PowerPoint training presentations/PowerPoint CBTs (using VBA).
Professional Training Technologies, Inc.
Typical projects for Reillyand are the automatic creation of multi-hundred page proposals or presentations from custom databases.
She grew up near Huntington, West Virginia, mixed those traits with a generous helping of twenty years technical experience and got herself the perfect blend for PowerPoint troubleshooting.
Right now, herl time is spent writing, supporting her site, and answering PowerPoint and other questions.
Photographer; A/V & Multi-image producer; owner of RDP, a 35mm slide imaging service bureau; programmer; writer. Along came PowerPoint, and he ended up writing a monthly column for The Cobb Group’s Inside PowerPoint and some bits of books for Que.
The PowerPoint FAQ
Steve Rindsberg/RDP – PowerPoint Add-ins, PowerPoint FAQ and more
TAJ Simmons’ Awesome PowerPoint Backgrounds