Jim Gordon, Mac MVP has announced a PowerPoint 2011 Add-in that lets you import a folder’s worth of pictures into PowerPoint. The Add-in is $20.
InsertPicture add-in for PowerPoint 2011 has the following features:
Insert, scale, and add an entry animation to a picture. Insert and scale an entire folder’s pictures, one per slide, or pile the folder’s pictures onto a single slide. Shortcut to the Visual Basic Editor. Shortcut to the Action Settings . . .
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Mac MVP James Gordon has posted directions on how to convert old (.ppt) files to standard (.pptx) files using an Automator workflow.
What does this converter do?
You choose one (.ppt) file, several (.ppt) files, or an entire folder filled with (.ppt) files and the converter will save a copy of each PowerPoint file in standard open XML file format, better known as the “new” (actually more than 5 years old now) PowerPoint (.pptx) format. . . .
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Inspired by my friend Nadyne’s blog post where she added a PowerPoint deck onto a page, I decided to put together a quick tutorial covering the steps to do this. The effect is really nifty! Readers of your site can click back and forth between the slides of your PowerPoint presentation within your website or view it full size in a new browser window.
The PowerPoint presentation is hosted by Microsoft’s online service SkyDrive . . .
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