PowerPoint Adding Blank Slides
Adding blank slides to a presentation is a basic task in PowerPoint and there are several ways to do this – learn them all and then choose your favorite.
With a new or existing slide set open use the following instructions to add a slide. Blank slides will appear after the slide you are currently viewing.
- Ctrl-M – you can use this keyboard command from anywhere in PowerPoint to add a slide.
- Home Tool Ribbon – on the Home tab, click New Slides (in the Slides area). From here you can choose the layout of your new slide.
- From the Slide Pane (or Outline Pane) right click and choose New Slide or use ctrl-M
Unfortulately, there is no way to add more than one slide at a time – why I just don’t know or understand. But you can create a macro that does it for you – which seems more work than it’s worth – but if you are interested in learning how to do this see this article: http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/10739.aspx
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Facebook Marketing Tips from Experts
Struggling with how to use Facebook to market your product or services? Then read these 6 tips from marketing experts on some new ways.
- Boost a new product announcement - share your excitement
- Power up your PR Efforts – tell FB friends what’s up
- Using Audience Insights - see what your audience engages with and likes
- Use ActionSprout for Email Acquisition – a FB app that let’s you create a call to action in a message
- Use Website Custom Audiences – a way to target those people who visited your web site
- Split Test Facebook Ads – testing your message and audience
Read the full article here - http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/facebook-marketing-tips-from-the-pros/
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You Have To Laugh
Funny Video: Bear in a Hammock http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/us/2014/05/31/dnt-bear-in-a-hammock.wesh.html