4 Ways to make PowerPoint less frustrating …

We’ve busy to make PowerPoint less frustrating, SlideProof 3 will gives you 4 ways to do so: Agenda – Automatic section dividers, page numbers and topic highlighting. Library – Quickly insert slides, shapes or images from a shared library. Check – Spot and fix inconsistencies in content, formatting and layout. Productivity – Vital helpers from email as PDF to switching objects. Here is what it… 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 »