You Can Now Add YouTube Videos to PowerPoint Presentations ( New Feature ) Tekzilla Dailly has just announced a new tidbit about PowerPoint presentations. The new preview of Office 2013 has come with an interesting new feature that can make your presentations more engaging: you can now add YouTube videos to your word documents or PowerPoint presentations. This is a feature we have been waiting for for a long time and we are glad Microsoft finally did it. The process of adding videos to your documents or PowerPoints is very easy, and as you will see in the video below, you have the options to either search for the video or you can paste in the embed code right there. Once done you can click on the preview button and customize the page layout and the position where you want it to be and you are ready to go. Watch this video to learn more about how to add videos to your word documents and PowerPoint presentations.
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Free Templates for your Presentations Just a week ago I published here an article about the best free presentation making tools. This article has been viewed by thousands of readers and I got many emails from teachers asking for a list of some free templates to use when creating a presentation or a slideshow. Cheer up the list is finally ready and all thanks to Tom Kuhlmann for his great help and insight in coming up with these tools. The following templates are : Free to useEasy and simple to useThey have an elegant design with lost of open space to add your own contentThey also have variations on the slide layoutsThey allow you to add your own colour scheme Keep in mind that these templates are among the best free templates you, teachers and educators, can use in your presentations. 1- Chalkboard This is one of templates you have probably see in many presentations online. 2- Theme Gallery This is another awesome template ideal for teachers use inside the classroom. 3- Interactive Progress Meter 4- Retro TV 5- Bull's Eye
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