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  • Blog Post: Friday Five - April 28, 2014

    1. Alternate Username for ADFS 3.0 and #Office365 By Office 365 MVP Sean McNeill 2. Office 365 Password Expiration Policy By CRM MVP Donna Edwards 3. Using the SSIS OData Source Connector With SharePoint Online Authentication By SharePoint MVP John White 4. Using PowerShell to remove...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint and Excel: Perfect Partners for Dynamic Tables and Dashboards

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw PowerPoint and Excel: Perfect Partners for Dynamic Tables and Dashboards PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2013 introduced improvements to a lot of features, but sadly PowerPoint Tables was not one of them (and I can...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - February 7, 2014

    1. Avoid strange characters when sending mail through Exchange or Office 365 By Macintosh MVP William Smith 2. Create Before/After Query Update Events By Excel MVP Zack Barresse 3. Explorer-Type Dialogs in Excel 2013 for Open or Save As By Excel MVP Chris Smith 4. OneNote and SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five-July 26, 2013

    1. Jerky Animations in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 By PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj – @geetesh 2. Point-in-Time Dimension Reporting in DAX By SQL Server MVP Chris Webb– @Technitrain 3. How to prevent changes to Outlook views By Outlook MVP Diane Poremsky – @outlooktips 4. 50 Ways to Leave Your XAML Windows...
  • Blog Post: Enhanced Presenter View in PowerPoint 2013

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj Most presenters just cram their slides with text – you may have seen such slides often, characterized by so much text that they look like a Word document repurposed as a slide – or even worse, it may appear as someone just...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 5: Combining Infographics to Tell a Story

    In the first four parts of this series we covered how to create infographics using existing, enhanced and new features in PowerPoint 2013. In this, the final article in the series, we’ll discuss how to combine the infographics we created to tell a cohesive story. We’ll also cover a few more techniques...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 4: Infographics in Motion with Animations, Transitions, Interactivity and Screen Zoom

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 4: Infographics in Motion with Animations, Transitions, Interactivity and Screen Zoom In the first three parts of this series we covered the creation of infographics. This part...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 3: Creating Infographics with SmartArt and Apps for Office

    Editor’s Note:The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw . PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 3: Creating Infographics with SmartArt and Apps for Office In the previous two parts of this series, we discussed creating infographics specifically from data. But infographics...
  • Blog Post: Powerpoint 2013: Visualizations Part 2: Creating Data Infographics with Charts and Graphs

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 2: Creating Data Infographics with Charts and Graphs In Part 1 of this series, we discussed creating data infographics using shapes. In this part we’ll take the next step...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations

    PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 1: Creating Data Infographics with Shapes We’ve all sat through presentations that contain slide after slide of charts and graphs. The chart may be well designed and clearly display the data, but still, all it’s displaying is the data in relational...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - March 22, 2013

    1. What you need to know about IMAP accounts in Outlook 2013 By Outlook MVP Diane Poremsky 2. How to Set a Default Template in PowerPoint 2013 By PowerPoint MVP Echo Swinford 3. How to Share a Media File from WP8 using the ShareMediaTask By Silverlight MVP Kunal Chowdhury 4. Cool Feature in Windows Phone...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint MVPs Make Big Impact at Presentation Summit

      Editor’s note: The following post was written by Community Program Manager Kari Finn The world’s leading conference aimed at learning how to be a better presenter took place last week in Scottsdale Arizona and Microsoft PowerPoint MVPs were there in force. The Presentation Summit drew total of...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five–August 31, 2012

    1. PPT 2013 - Resume Viewing When Reopening Presentation By Powerpoint MVP Troy Chollar  2. Convert C# to VB or Vice Versa with Visual Studio 2012 By Visual Basic MVP Deborah Kurata 3. Expression Web Default Site Templates By Expression Web MVP Patricia Geary 4. Adding Team Favorites to Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Did You Miss This Top MVP Guest Post on PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint Web App and SkyDrive?

    Editor's Note: Due to the Memorial Day holiday in the US we'd like to pause and celebrate one of our most popular guest posts from the past quarter. The following is a re-post of guest post PowerPoint MVPs Luc Sanders and Glenna Shaw on Jan. 23, 2012. When PowerPoint was first released in 1990, the educational...
  • Blog Post: Pictures in PowerPoint

    Editor's Note: The following MVP Monday post is by PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj Pictures in PowerPoint A picture is worth a thousand words – and that’s a saying that has been heard by all of us so often. Yet, there’s more to this saying than what you may think. Not only is...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint Web App and SkyDrive: Perfect Partners for Interactive Online Tutorials

    Editor's Note: The following MVP Monday post is by PowerPoint MVPs Luc Sanders and Glenna Shaw . When PowerPoint was first released in 1990, the educational community immediately realized the benefits of using it as a learning tool. And more than 20 years later it’s still going strong as the...
  • Blog Post: PowerPoint 2010 and Excel 2010: Perfect Partners for Tracking Projects

    Editor's Note: The Following MVP Monday post is by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw . The challenge for every project manager is to keep their project on track, on time and on budget and the best way to accomplish this is to have up to date, reliable information and real time communications. While Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: MVPs for Office 2010: The Beauty of Transitions in PowerPoint 2010

    Editor's Note: The following is a guest post by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw as part of the MVP Award Program Blog's "MVPs for Office 2010" series. Glenna Shaw has over 14 years of experience creating data visualizations in the form of presentations, project management tools, dashboards, demos, prototypes...
  • Blog Post: Special Live Chat: Learn More about Office 2010 and Windows 7 From the MVP Experts!

    Would you like to learn more about the cool new features in Office 2010 and Windows 7 and what has changed since previous versions? Do you use Microsoft Office but would like to learn tips and tricks to be more productive at home, school or at work? Perhaps you are a new user who has questions on how...
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