Put the Power Back in Your PowerPoint

  • 27 Jun 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Google Hangouts
  • 13

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  • All members may attend this virtual program for free.

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Put the Power Back in Your PowerPoint

PowerPoint was first released in 1987. Over the years, it has become an incredibly powerful tool for both presentations and course prototypes. However, many users learn the basics and often don’t discover many of the lesser known, but very useful functions. This 60-minute webinar will open the doors to tricks and tips that can dramatically decrease development time and increase overall quality.

You'll learn how to:

  1. Use the keyboard to work much faster and more efficiently
  2. Replace an image in 5 seconds
  3. Crop and resize multiple photos at once
  4. Set default shape styles
  5. Create custom interactions using triggers
  6. Easily identify objects on crowded slides using the Selection Pane
  7. Convert bullets to graphics in seconds
  8. Break SmartArt to create custom graphics

At the end of the presentation, you’ll also learn where you can find incredible free resources and training with even more PowerPoint tips and tricks.

Note: This presentation will be recorded and available to members only in the presentation archive.

When: Thursday, 6/27/19, 12-1pm 

Where: Google Hangouts

Registrants will receive a link to join the virtual meeting in the registration confirmation, look for the link at the bottom of your email. If you have never used Hangout Meets before, here is a quick primer!

Speaker Bio:

Michael Rothschild, M.Ed., has been a member of our chapter for three years, since moving from the D.C. area. While in DC, he helped develop the Leadership Special Interest Group (SIG) for the DC ATD chapter.  Michael has had either a long and diverse career, or a schizophrenic collection of mostly interesting jobs.

He has been involved with training design, development and facilitation since 1982, and has been an independent consultant since 1993. Dissatisfied with traditional storyboarding, Michael developed an innovative approach to instructional design based on visual thinking techniques and iterative prototyping.  Michael has worked on a wide range of L&D projects

Training subjects included sales and marketing, anti-terrorism, female reproductive surgery, disaster response, leadership, and financial literacy. In addition to training, he has worked in system analysis, programming, technical documentation and project management.

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