PowerPoint - Using the Guide Lines
When creating a slide set you want all your elements to line up from slide to slide to avoid your viewers’ attention being disrupted as you advance through the presentation. The way to keep everything in its place is to use the Guide Lines.
But, for some reason PowerPoint only provides two guides (one vertical, one horizontal) as the default. This is a personal annoyance to me and can’t believe after all the updates to the program more have not been added.
To work around this you can add (or delete) guidelines, unfortunately this is not intuitive so I will explain how to do this effectively.
Adding a guideline place your cursor over an existing guideline and press Ctrl and click you will see a + sign and a new guildeline – just drag it until it is where you need it placed.
Removing a guideline – click on the guidelines and drag it off the slide.
Important Hint: Guidelines only appear on the pages in which you create them. If you want to set up guidelines that appear on the entire slide set you will need to go to the Slide Master (View, Slide Master) and set up them up there.
Hope these hints help you line things ups. If you need help working with an MS office project contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org I have years of experience and can help you.
What Really is the “Cloud”
If you haven’t heard of the “Cloud” your head has been in the clouds. But do you really know what the “Cloud” is, then read on for an explanation.
The “Cloud” is referred to everywhere these days and refers to software and digital services that run on the internet as opposed to on your computer or other device. This saves space on your device so it can run more things. Examples of cloud services include Netflix, Flickr, Apple iCloud, Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, Microsoft Office 365 and Yahoo Mail.
The cloud contains a massive amount of data but doesn’t reside in the heavens somewhere, rather it’s made up of many massive data centers housed around the world.
These server farms are so vast that they use more than 2% of the United States' electricity! If the global cloud computing industry was a single country, it would be the fifth-largest in the world in terms of energy consumption.
To learn more about the Cloud cehck out the following articles:
If you have questions or need help with what’s going on in the digital world, contact me at email@example.com, I have lots of experience.
You Have To Laugh
Literally view Paris from an Eagle’s Eye view ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QwNc0SFIp-o