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PowerPoint 101
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   13 months ago

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2020 UPDATE: I am currently in the process of upgrading my PowerPoint lessons for Office 2019. I expect to have them finished very soon. When they are released, you will get a FREE upgrade if you have purchased any of my PowerPoint lessons after August 1st, 2020. In the mean time, if you're currently using newer versions of PowerPoint, give these lessons a try. You may learn a few things. I'll be honest, the interface for PowerPoint has changed SIGNIFICANTLY since these videos were recorded. They will be hard to follow. The concepts are the same, but the introduction of the Ribbon in 2007 changed the entire Office menu significantly. But don't worry... updated videos are coming soon!

This is the perfect class for anyone who knows nothing about PowerPoint, or has used PowerPoint for building real simple presentations, but needs to learn how to do more. We will take you from knowing nothing to building a full fledged presentation from scratch (without the wizards) in about an hour.

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jenny fernandez 
8 years ago
Hi, Do you have a more updated lesson on basic powerpoint. This one I am watching has the old interface. It's just a lot easier following if we have the same one. Thanks for your time! Jenny
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9 years ago
Dear Richard Rost,

Thank you so much for the wonderful and easy-to-understand method you employ teaching your courses. I am really enjoying the courses I have recently purchased and once I grasp them, I will not hesitate to pursue more courses. All I can say for now is I wish I had known about your courses years before but it is never too late.
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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Robert, oh no... I never get tired of compliments. :) Thanks.
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Robert  Grieves 
12 years ago
I'm sure you must get very tired of hearing how explicit and user friendly your tutorials are. Who could ask for more? Price, content, knowledge base, one fantastic package! Thanks again! You're the best!  
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Robert  Grieves 
12 years ago
Excellent tutorial! I'm now, again, one step smarter. 'Can't teach an old dog new tricks?
....599CD can! I (an old dog) am living proof!  Again, Thanks Mr. Rost.
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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Larry, this tutorial covers PowerPoint 2003. I'll be coming out with a 2007 version soon. Yes, the wizards are different.
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 Larry Kuhl 
12 years ago
I have 2007 Microsoft software and I can't find the wizard.  Is this irrelevant?
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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Bill, you can maximize the videos by checking the EXTERNAL button in my video player. That will run them in your full Windows Media Player program.
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 Bill Furness 
12 years ago
HI Richard

I've been checking out you learning tutorials for Access and Power Point.
I think you have a great touch for teaching software.
I just wanted to know if you are able to maximize the video screen to full screen with the paid training videos. Read More...
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Kirk, I did not know this - and you're the first person in the five YEARS since that was recorded to say something! Can you give me a lesson number and time index so I can find it and possibly fix it?
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