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How to Create a Groovy Custom E-Card with PowerPoint 2010

There are many e-greetings generators out there, most of which subject your recipients to at least a few annoyances (not to mention harvesting your email address or worse…).  But did you know that you can use PowerPoint to create a custom, animated greeting card for that special occasion or holiday, replete with music and animation? […]

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Increase Undo In PowerPoint 2010

How-To Increase Maximum Undos In PowerPoint 2010

Making a presentation in PowerPoint is all about design, and as goes anything related to design, you scrape a lot of ideas and replace them with something more fitting.  With that said, the Undo function is probably one of your best friends while using PowerPoint.  Without Undo, how would you test out new looks but […]

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College Student Discount – Office 2010 Educational / Academic Version Available Now

Yesterday I explained how to score a copy of Office 2010 on the cheap or even free, and today I have another groovyDeal for college students!  Microsoft this week upgraded its Educational Student discount program from Office 2007 to Microsoft Office Professional Academic 2010. The Office Pro Academic 2010 Suite includes: Word 2010 Excel 2010 […]

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Office 2010: Ten Reasons to Upgrade

Are you stuck trying to decide whether or not you want to jump on board with the new Microsoft Office 2010?  You’re not alone!  When you consider the concurrent and less expensive alternatives it can make Office look like that overpriced navigation system with features and functionality you might never use.  But if you or […]

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Groovy Microsoft Office 2010 Articles, News, How-To, and Tips

How To Customize The Office 2010 Ribbon

As I’m sure ALL of you are aware by now, Microsoft introduced an infamous Ribbon Menu system with the launch of Office 2007.  Depending on who you were, although the learning curve was a bit steep at first, most people either loved it or loathed it. I remember when my COO called me and threatened […]

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