Challenge Update:

People have been submitting more videos for the Video Blog Challenge and some have started submitting their second ones. Be sure to visit the link above and learn from the tutorials on offer, as you know learning from video is the easiest way as you simply watch, pause and apply.

There haven’t been as many videos submitted as I had hope for, or from as many people that said they would be taking part. Which is a shame but we all have things going on that sometimes stop us in our tracks.

If, however, anyone wants to get started and join us on the challenge it’s never to late. There’s nothing to stop anyone adding 2 videos a weeks to catch up and there are still 3 weeks until the challenge ends, nudge nudge ;) ;)

Onto my post:

How To Create A PowerPoint Presentation Part Two

For my part of the Video Blog Challenge I am creating a series of videos to show you how to start Creating PowerPoint Presentations. If you missed Part One then pull up a chair and pop back to How To Create PowerPoint Presentations Part One.

In part Two I show you how to add Animations to your images and text and then how to add Transitions for you to move from one slide to the next.

I hope that you enjoyed the video and that it has helped you with starting to create, or improve, your own PowerPoint Presentations. Next week I will be detailing how to start recording them :)

Share your views:


As you know I love to read and reply to your comments so please share your views with me and my readers and let us know what you thought of the video.

Is there anything you would like me to explain in more detail?

Will you start creating your own Presentations now?

Sharing Is Caring:

If you enjoyed the video, or think the series will help your friends and followers, then please use the tools available to let them know and help me spread the word. It is appreciated and I do return the favour and share your content when I visit your blogs ;)

Until next time, Lights, Camera then Take Action

P.S. Please take a moment, after leaving your comments, to visit the Video Blog Challenge page and catch up on the videos being submitted. There are some excellent tutorials for us all to learn from ;)

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