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There are a lot of Powerpoint templates that you can make use of. The question now is how you are going to use them to the fullest or to your advantage. Today, you will learn how to use Powerpoint templates more effectively.

You know, in a Jeopardy game, when a question is answered by someone, it will be removed from the board. So you need to make the “Movies – 100” invisible, like it has been removed. How to make it? Change the color of “Followed Hyperlinks” to the same color of the Jeopardy background.

To apply a template to one slide in PowerPoint, you will need to select that slide in the left panel. Once it is selected, you will need to click the arrow on the design that you want to use. When the menu for that design opens, click the Apply to Selected Slides option. That will apply the template just to the slide you have selected.

A funny template or background is necessary for your Fool’s day PowerPoint prank. If you are looking for one, click here to download free okslides.com and backgrounds.

Pick an article. The best type of article for a screencast is one that has numbered points in it. If you have an introduction, 3-5 numbered points with a few details accompanying each point, and a conclusion, you have enough material for a screencast video.

Limit your time at the water cooler. Never mind if you’ll miss some episodes of the office romance or the latest gossip. You’ve got to focus. Those time-wasting encounters will eat into your productivity. Perhaps that’s a reason why the boss is implacable.

Create your presentation. Shorter is better here. Your video should run 3 – 5 minutes, which means that on average, your presentation will have 12-18 slides.

Can you do the slides yourself? Maybe. Maybe not. Manipulating images to create high impact slides requires some serious technical expertise and the eye of an artist to get it right. You may need to hand off this piece of the work, but powerful slides produce powerful sales results. And that’s the heart of the art of presentation.