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With only one mouse click you can add the timer in the PowerPoint presentation. All you have to do is to get the PowerPoint timer within the Office application by simply clicking on the Insert tab in the ribbon. Click on Add-ins and go to manage add-ins. Search for the PPT Timer within the search box and click on the icon in results and follow instructions to enable it and you are all set to go. For more information like this and to build your muscle memory in PowerPoint you can play keySkillset educational games which includes over 2 shortcuts and over 7 formulas. Learn and do at the same time collect kudos see your efficiency score increasing with keySkillset (just google it).
Frankly if you don't want anyone to download your content the only way to prevent is to not post it online. Anything on your site I can view in a browser I can download in a few clicks - regardless of platform. Disable right click on the site? Takes 2 seconds to bypass if you know how to use the tools built into any browser. I won't even mention some of the plugins that allow 1-click downloads of all the content on a page or entire all those fail and they won't the other poster's point about screenshots is always the last resort you don't want it downloaded don't put it online. That's the reality of the internet. Wish it was different but it's not.
Can you fonts in PowerPoint 216 for Mac? question qid 113396 As far as I know no. According to my experience font ding is a feature which is limited to Windows Word & PowerPoint only (Excel doesn do font ding in any case - it just allows the user to specify a font to be used but that font needs to be available on the ). And even then it only works correctly if the fonts have the correct ding rights. This is an issue clients and design agencies trip over again and again. But no Mac doesn seem to allow font ding into a file. Depending on what you are trying to do exactly a possible workaround could be to save your file directly from PowerPoint 216 for Mac as a PDF. But this is obviously no help if you need to send the presentation to someone else to edit. If you need to get the presentation to a client who doesn have the font youre using and he needs to add content then perhaps you can send them the presentation in the knowledge that itlle back with the wrong font. But then use the Reuse Slide(s) function (under New Slide) to take the content italic from the client presentation and magic it into the correct design (which includes the correct font) on your machine. I know it a pain but the whole topic of custom fonts and dability is prettyplex and even the fontpanies struggle to get it right (because they are typically more focused on Adobe InDesign etc. and not on us poor Office-using mortals). Hope this helps a little.
You can some fonts and you cannot some. That's because some fonts allow ding and others don't -- the information whether a font can be or not is contained within the font and has nothing to do with PowerPoint. Again the OpenType fonts cannot be -- nor can the older Postscript fonts be . Only TrueType fonts can be . Even if TrueType fonts are within files you create in Windows versions of PowerPoint they may not work if the files are copied to a Mac version of PowerPoint. Now that I have told you about all caveats how can you identify if a TrueType font allows ding at all? You can find this out by downloading a free Microsoft program called Fonts Properties extension that provides this info.
Meeting Pulse s is a real-time web-based mobile optimized audience engagement platform that also offers live polling. Does MeetingPulse work with PowerPoint? Absolutely! ) There are 3 main options Use multiple windows. It often easiest to have MeetingPulse s open in a separate window and switch between the windows with ALT-TAB. There less of a delay when you switch to a real browser instead of the LivesSlides or Web View apps. Since you are probably used to working in the browser there will be fewer chances for the software to behave in an unexpected way. You can use this method with presentation tools that aren't PowerPoint. Use the free Live Slides app s . It loads a specified webpage when you hit the LiveSlide in your presentation slide show. The interaction with the website on that slide is relatively smooth. However it doesn pre-load or remember your actions. If you move forward a slide and then move back it has to reload the URL again. That means it mostly only good for the Broadcast view on meetings that are not password protected. Use Microsoft Web View app s . It a free app you can download from Microsoft website. Interacting with the loaded webpage is a little slow and a little clunky at times. However you can use the preview button to open the webpage before you start your presentation. This is very useful if you want to use the Attendee or Presenter view so you don have to log into the app in the middle of your presentation. For more information read here s .
I work with apany called Knoodle that makes it easy to upload your PowerPoint and then add or record audio and video to play side by side with your slides. So instead of ding a video to have it played in sequence with your slides you can have it played simultaneously with slides in a synchronized manner. It's hosted so you don't have to worry about sending it as a large file attachment which ding a video into PowerPoint will certainly have. Take a look Here are some additional resources on PowerPoint that you may find useful Hope that helps!
No - the ability to things in PowerPoint is quite limited. But Microsoft recently added the ability to an online video via a (such as YouTube). The reason is that PowerPoint itself does not function like a browser. It functions like a design tool so adding browser capabilities (like being able to render CSS and HTML into a website like Prezi) simply isn there. However you can likely a Prezi via other web-base presentation tools such as Google Slides.