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It’s a Crossover! The Presentation Podcast meets the Presentation Boss Podcast

5 presentation designers walk into a bar, 3 from 3 different parts of the United States, 2 from another English language country on the other side of the planet. What do they talk about? Find out when you join us for this joint venture episode of The Presentation Podcast and Presentation Boss podcast!

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episode 106: Resources for Presentations Designers

Resources for presentation designers. Troy, Nolan and Sandy talk through 7 categories; books/magazines, conferences, forums, online resources, podcasts, training, and information channels. Each shares their list for each category – join the conversation, it will be fun to learn from one another and see what we have in common.

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episode 105: PowerPoint Live Presentation is Here!

Microsoft’s year plus tease of the release of PowerPoint Live Presentations for over – and it has finally arrived! Troy, Nolan and Sandy talk through how a presenter can share a presentation people watch in real time on their phone, tablet or computer. They also cover many of the “Gotchas” they encountered while testing this new feature.

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episode 104: How are the Remote Presentation Meetings Going?

Join Troy, Sandy and Nolan as they have a lively conversation about the many remote presenting projects and presentations they have been involved with over the past few weeks.

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episode 103: Presenting with your Voice (with Jackie Gartner-Schmidt of Voice Now)

The human voice is a critical element in presenting. Yes, more important than the presentation slides – sometimes! This episode is an amazing discussion learning about the human voice and ways to protect it and use it as we talk with Jackie Gartner-Schmidt who is a PhD in “Human Voice!”

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episode 102: Is PowerPoint Collaboration in Microsoft Teams Good?

PowerPoint has touted its co-authoring and collaboration features for a few years. The Microsoft Teams integration has increased the features and the user base. We created a sample presentation, put it on Microsoft Teams and challenged ourselves to co-author the slide layouts and design. The experience was something memorable! But do we believe the hype that PowerPoint’s collaboration features are ready for prime use? Join us for a conversation about the pitfalls, surprises and successes of working together on a single slide deck!

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episode 101: Slide Design for Remote Presenting

This conversation is about slide design and presenting techniques of remote presenting. Troy, Nolan and Sandy are joined by Richard Goring of BrightCarbon, Mike Parkinson of Billion Dollar Graphics, and Cliff Kennedy of Kennedy Speech for a great episode!

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episode 100: 100 from 100 – our favorite tips and moments from the first 100 episodes

Troy, Nolan and Sandy recount 100 of their favorite tips and moments from the first 100 episodes of The Presentation Podcast! Yes, this is the 100th episode – amazing!!

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episode 99: Being a Remote Presenter (with Ken Molay)

The world pretty much just all jumped into remote meetings at the same time. There are now more remote presentations rather than in-person meetings. Today our conversation is how to create and deliver remote presentations. And we are joined by literally an expert in web conferencing and remote presenting skills, Ken Molay of Webinar Success.

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episode 98: Microsoft Office Secrets of PowerPoint

This is Part 1 of a new series – Microsoft Office Secrets! This episode Troy, Sandy and Nolan each give their 10 hidden or unknown slide design tools and features. All are native PowerPoint things – no add-ins or special coding needed for them!

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