m62 visualcommunications, the global leader in presentation effectiveness, has produced a series of PowerPoint 2010 tutorials, designed to show the user how to make the most of the upgraded software’s new features.
m62 is a presentation agency that specialises in creating effective PowerPoint presentations for its clients, and training presenters to deliver presentations that are impressive, engaging and memorable. m62’s website, m62.net, offers a range of free resources for visitors.
The PowerPoint 2010 tutorials cover creating custom shapes via shape union; using shape union subtract as a template to cut holes in other shapes; inserting a screenshot; and editing movies. All of these new functions are easily done within PowerPoint 2010 itself.
The tutorials focus on where the tools can be found, how they can be added to personalised toolbars, and how to use them. Each tool is demonstrated in a real-life example of how it could be used to engage the audience in a presentation. Examples range from setting up a lock and key animation, to using bookmarked video points to trigger descriptive images to appear.
Nicholas Oulton, Founder of m62, commented: “PowerPoint 2010 has shown massive improvements in functionality, and there are a variety of new features available. Most presenters will not be aware of these, or, more importantly, how to use them to engage the audience. At m62, we are committed to producing more effective presentations, and to this end we are producing these tutorials to help presenters use PowerPoint to their advantage.”
m62 has produced a wide range of PowerPoint tutorials for its website visitors, including tutorials for PowerPoint 2003 and 2007. m62.net also offers presentation skills advice, visualisation examples, and free downloadable PowerPoint templates.
m62 has produced almost 10,000 presentations for clients worldwide, including blue chip brands such as BP, Siemens and Microsoft.
For more information about m62 visualcommunications, visit m62.net or call +44 (0)151 259 6262.