Create a Self-Running PowerPoint Presentation

Learn how to create a self-running PowerPoint presentation from start to finish, including — set up, recording, previewing (audio also), setting slide timings and turning various options off.

Setting up a Self-Running PowerPoint Presentation

There are times when you need to distribute a presentation for recipients to run on their own or to view from a kiosk.  For these options, you need to create a self-running PowerPoint presentation.  The steps below allow you to take any PowerPoint you have a create a self-running PowerPoint presentation. Continue reading “Create a Self-Running PowerPoint Presentation”

Working with PDF Content in a PowerPoint Presentation

Learn all about working with PDF Content in a PowerPoint Presentation. The skills learned here can also be used for incorporating screen clippings and objects from other programs.

Many times, you may need to add content from PDF files into your PowerPoint Presentation.  There are two ways you can add the content, depending on how you need to utilize it.  The first way is to show the content of the PDF on the slide via a picture of the content.  The second way is to insert the PDF file into the slide as an object so you can access it during the presentation.  Below are the step by step instructions for utilizing both options.  With these instructions, you can begin working with PDF content in a PowerPoint presentation with ease.  The skills learned here can also be used for incorporating screen clippings and objects from other programs. Continue reading “Working with PDF Content in a PowerPoint Presentation”

Creating a SmartArt Organization Chart in Word 2016

Learn the steps necessary for creating a SmartArt Organization Chart in Word 2016.

Adding SmartArt, such as organization charts, is a great way to visually represent and organize your information within your document. Below are the step by step instructions for creating a SmartArt Organization Chart in Word 2016. Continue reading “Creating a SmartArt Organization Chart in Word 2016”