Archive for the ‘PowerPoint news’ Category

The Presentation Drawing

December 9, 2010

Component Talk considers the use of drawings in PowerPoint presentations. See the full article, which looks at different forms of communication and the importance of presentation drawings at:

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PowerPoint on your iPhone

December 7, 2010

Voted as one of the top 10 web apps for your iPhone, the user-friendly Document to Go lets you view your PowerPoint presentations when you’re on the move. Sometimes, having that quick scan through a PowerPoint presentation before you present it can settle your nerves and give you that extra boost of confidence.

Using Transition Effects and Animation in PowerPoint

December 6, 2010

Article 10‘s experience in creating striking, on-brand PowerPoint presentations means that we are experts at incorporating relevant, eye-catching animation and making clever, effective slide transitions. Find out more about our PowerPoint services at

The Business Network’s Tom Searcy talks PowerPoint presentation tips

November 24, 2010

The CBS Business Network’s Tom Searcy reveals his sure-fire ways to win a big sales presentation… Take a look at

PowerPoint comes to Facebook

November 17, 2010

Facebook now allows you to share and view PowerPoint, Excel and Word documents thanks to Microsoft. The free service is provided by Microsoft’s Office Web App, an application which enables users to view, edit and amend documents wherever they are. 

See the full article at:,2817,2372781,00.asp

PowerPoint in your pocket?

November 16, 2010

Nokia’s official blog looks at accessing your PowerPoint presentations from your mobile phone. Whilst Nokia blogger Ian doesn’t recommend that you design your PowerPoint presentation on your mobile (Article 10 is almost certain that the small size of the screen is will result in a design blunder!), he points out that it can be a useful device for making amendments and viewing your presentation on the go.

Check out the latest recommendations for PowerPoint on the go, and see the full article at:

‘Can Your PowerPoint Presentation Rival TV Advertising?’

October 18, 2010

Tips to make your presentation jaw-dropping, from suspense and solutions to guinea pigs and risk taking.

Another PowerPoint tip from Article 10…

October 4, 2010

Another hint from the PowerPoint experts at Article 10

“Set your stall out early. Your audience will appreciate knowing at the beginning what you are going to cover.
As your presentation progresses, keep referring back to your initial agenda using highlights to show where you are up to.
Then at the end, summarise what you’ve talked about. The evening news on TV is great at this. Their format is:
– Tell them what you’re going to tell them
– Tell them
– Tell them again what you told them
Audiences remember content structured in this way.”

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PowerPoint voted as ‘Best Presentation Creation Tool’

September 29, 2010

A multimedia website recently conducted a survey and the results show that the very best creation tool for presentations is PowerPoint!

Although Microsoft PowerPoint is globally recognised as a popular and easy-to-use presentation tool, there is now a wide range of programs available such as Keynote and Prezi. However, as this survey proves, PowerPoint continues to be the leading and preferred choice of presentation creations tools.

See the results at

BBC News Story on PowerPoint presentations

September 28, 2010


Alternative ways of getting your message across’

This clip taken from the BBC News website suggests that PowerPoint presentations are a thing of the past. However, if the right approach is used when designing and building a PowerPoint presentation, the result can be astonishing. Whilst the new story features presentations that are a little extreme, it does highlight the importance of engaging your audience and not overloading them with data.

At Article 10, we strive to meet the needs of our clients and we are inundated with requests to ‘jazz up’ what would otherwise be dreary and repetitive PowerPoint presentations. The use of visual and aural stimulation can really boost a presentation and Article 10’s expertise in animation as well as other forms of media enhancement always succeeds in bringing our clients presentations to life.

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