KeyRocket for Windows 10 released!

Today we released KeyRocket for Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015. With this major update we also prepared for the future by switching from .NET framework 3.5 to 4.6. For the complete list of changes please refer to the changelog. Download KeyRocket for Windows 10    

SlideProof with over 100 highly re-usable slides and shapes for PowerPoint

SlideProof comes with a built-in slide library containing over 100 highly re-usable and exclusive slides and shapes to be instantly used in PowerPoint. The library is split into the categories boxes, flows, charts, tables, flags, maps and icons. The content fits tax, audit and advisory very well, especially management- and strategy-consulting.     Just download… Read more »

Files and registry keys written when installing SlideProof

At the time of writting, following are the files and registry keys that get written during the installation and usage of SlideProof.   Files that are written during the per-machine installation: %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Lucene.Net.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\NLog.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Preferences.xml %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinSendMail.exe %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinShimAggregator.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinSlideProof.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinSlideProof32.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinSlideProof64.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinSlideProofDeploymentUtils.exe %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\VeodinUtils.dll %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Veodin_SlideProof_Library.spzip %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Veodin_SlideProof_Manual.pptx %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Veodin_SlideProof_Tutorial.pptx Files that are written during the per-user installation: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Lucene.Net.dll %LOCALAPPDATA%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\NLog.dll %LOCALAPPDATA%\Veodin\SlideProof\3.1.15\Preferences.xml… Read more »

Top-10 PowerPoint errors in presentations

Before your material leaves your company it should undergo proofreading. This ensures a clear message and leaving the best impression to the reader. We tried to collect ten PowerPoint errors occurring often and useful to check for. Those checks are also done by SlideProof, the PowerPoint Add-in to make proofreading easier. We hope it finally… Read more »

Assign shortcuts in Excel

Many heavily used Excel features do not have shortcut keys assigned. But with KeyRocket you can assign your own shortcuts in Excel. In this text I show you how to set up a shortcut. This works for all Office products. There are two ways to create a shortcut in Excel: Either while working via the… Read more »

SlideProof: Check only selected slides

Checking very large presentations for inconsistencies using SlideProof can become quite time consuming: To improve waiting for the whole check when only a single slide is of interest, SlideProof now allows to check only selected slides. This might be useful when a presentation was already checked before and a slide got only minor changes. Also… Read more »

SlideProof: Alignment got sensitive

Alignment of shapes on slide SlideProof comes with the handy rule “Alignment of Shapes on Slide” that tries to find shapes that are not properly aligned or slightly misaligned. As this contains a little bit of black magic we were asked to expose the parameters so that you as a user can adjust it. Finally… Read more »

Awkward PowerPoint moments – Missing Footnotes (Part 3)

Never miss or forget a footnote again! Why using footnotes? They add information and give credibility to the presented facts. Footnotes are never alone, for a great footnote you need two parts: Footnote: the actual text, usually in the footer of the page . Reference: the small number that indicates which portion of the text… Read more »

Awkward PowerPoint moments – Spaces after Bullets (Part 2)

In PowerPoint, some people are using spaces to increase the distance between a bullet point and its text. That’s perfectly fine as long as things don’t get copied together. Then there’s a very high chance you will end up with some bullet points with and some without: Finding this inconsistency on long presentations can be… Read more »