We do mistakes a lot while working and mistakes always makes us learn a lot. But computing gives we pleasure to edit the mistakes. While designing the Presentations we always have the issue with limited numbers of undo. This is one the major issue we use to face in our daily life for creating presentations and sometimes ‘Command + Z‘ becomes routine and it sucks when it touches the limit so early.
It’s very hard to keep a count of Undo(s) while editing/creating the content. Actually, this limit is editable and by-default ’20’ Undo(s) limit is mentioned in Microsoft PowePoint for Mac.
You can increase or decrease the limit according to your requirement.
SmartArt helps you in creating high impact, professional diagrams. We can use it to focus visual message that you want to display or communicate to the audience.
So, PowerPoint is the base for SmartArt which not only represent the data or diagram the way you want even gives much more eye cool effect which makes the presentation to deliver information according to the audience.
So, let’s see how we do it:
–Open the PowerPoint and navigate to “Insert” tab
–In the Insert Tab click on SmartArt button.
–A new window will open from which you can select the SmartArt which you need in your presentation as per the requirement.
–Under “Type your text here” type your list of information that you want reflect in your diagram or flowchart.
–Click on “Design” tab and then select colors and styles from the available galleries to make your diagram looks more cool.
–Within the design tab you can find enormous number of options to style your SmartArt Graphics.
(this reflects 3D based style for the SmartArt)
(Give Color styling to make it looks more cooler or eye catchy)
So, through this styling diagrams doesn’t looks like your normal hand written diagrams but they will more treated like a picture in your presentation.
We do mistakes a lot while working and mistakes always makes us learn a lot. But computing gives we pleasure to edit the mistakes. While designing the Presentations we always have the issue with the numbers of level of undo for the PowerPoint. This is one the major issue we use to face in our daily life for creating presentations.
But when we keep Undoing our work we maximum time don’t count the number of level of undo we did. The default value is actually 20 in Microsoft PowerPoint for undoing the work and this limit is actually editable so, you can increase or decrease the limit according to your requirement.
Here I’ll show how we do it: With Microsoft PowerPoint open, click on “File” button.
Then click on “Options”.
Then window will appear like this.
Click on the “Advanced” tab given there in the left pane of it.
Then window will appear something like this.
Then change the value on “Maximum number of Undos:” option.
Note: Default level value is 20 for Undos but Minimum you can give 3 and Maximum you can give 150
With the help of increase or decrease in the level of undoing makes or work more convenient and accurate. A presentation looks good when they don’t hold any mistake in them whether in terms of designs or in terms of animations we provide in it. We can learn from mistakes only when we do correction in them and undo is the way to correct our mistakes to keep learning from the mistakes. This thing not applies with our presentations but anything we do in our life.
So, keep doing mistakes, keep undoing them without thinking of leveling and keep getting learn from your mistakes.
We interact with the objects around us; there are enormous numbers of them. But every object has its own shape. Through which we identify and understands the use of these shapes and objects in our daily life. So, while getting them on to the big screen we want to make sure that these shapes should look like the real object which we use in our daily life.
PowerPoint provides us the better solution for these shapes to convert them into real life object which means we can convert a 2D shape into 3D Object for better representation. This makes user or audience understand your thoughts or point of information which you want to deliver through your presentation.