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This month's articles are provided by Laura Bunt.
Reviving your an Old PowerPoint Presentation - Free Templates
Microsoft Office PowerPoint is primarily used as a teaching device. Although most users see it where key points are reviewed while a presenter flips from screen to screen. The question is how can you keep your presentations fresh and new? A simple way to achieve this is to apply a new template to an already existing presentation. If you are on a budget, using a "free" template would be a good option. This month, we will look at "free" templates. Using Google, we completed an online search for "Free PowerPoint Templates." We looked especially for sites that didn't require you to sign-up to a "newsletter" or the download is only available in an .exe format. Remember to follow the instructions for downloading these files at each individual site. Here are the best links we found.
Final Tips to Revive Your Presentation
Once you have applied a new template to your presentation, consider the following guidelines when reviving your old presentation:
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