Often there is more than one presentation template needed in professional teams and consultancies. Here is our recommended step-by-step guide to prepare and manage multiple templates Document your own workflow for yourself and others. Single-source-of-truth – If there are other places you need to put the templates. Make sure everyone knows where the originals are… Read more »

Resizing image dimensions using PowerPoint Normally to resize images you would use an image-editing software such as Adobe’s Photoshop, GIMP, etc. However, this tutorial is for those who have no access or knowledge to such software. Image sizes are mostly represented in pixels. However, PowerPoint uses Inches or Centimeters depending on your PowerPoint units customization…. Read more »

Many PowerPoint presentations are structured into chapters to make it easier to follow. The SlideProof Agenda is great at creating and updating such a table of content. One request that we got from consultants was to show the title of the current section on the slide. You can now achieve that with a Customer Placeholder… Read more »

Nobody wants their slide presentation to be the kind that makes people doze off during meetings. In order to effectively convey the information you want to present, planning and preparation are key. The more time you spend preparing your slides and the manner in which you present the content of the slides, the more engaged… Read more »

The situation is familiar to many consultants. The master templates have been setup up properly, but the footer elements are formatted wrong when inserting from one presentation to another. Recently we’ve gotten a sample from one of our management consulting customers from the UK. First I checked the faulty behavior: Pasting (Default: use destination formation) put the date… Read more »