What's your best PowerPoint tip, trick, or hack?
Here's my best PowerPoint tip:
Name screen elements on the “Selection Pane” for easy design layering and more
For some context, when I build eLearning courses, I use PowerPoint as my main tool for graphic design. If a design requires PhotoShop or Illustrator, I have my team do it. But first, I always try to design it in PPT myself.
Over the past 17 years of using PPT, I continue to learn new things. Usually, it's from a tutorial or video of someone like Tom or David working some magic I've never seen.
I thought it would be cool to get some feedback from the Articulate community and get everyone to share their single best PowerPoint tip, trick or hack.
And I'll even create a video summarizing it, kind of like the one below from an expert roundup post with some PPT experts & Articulate community members like Mike Taylor, Jeff Kortenbosch, etc:
I look forward to seeing your tip!
P.S. If you want the full tutorials from the video above, it's in a PowerPoint tips expert roundup that I released this week.