Microsoft Set To Launch Live Caption And Subtitles To PowerPoint

Treating your audience with the utmost respect in any presentation is something we are very passionate about here at Eyeful... but what happens if despite all your presentation skills, your audience literally cannot hear you?

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QUICKSTARTER FOR POWERPOINT IS ALMOST UPON US

Microsoft recently released their latest Office updates and sadly there was not much activity for PowerPoint presentation designers…

You might remember back in September we had news about a host of forthcoming PowerPoint features in PowerPoint’s...

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ARE 3D PRESENTATIONS THE (NEAR) FUTURE?

News has broken that a forthcoming update to Microsoft's famous paint program, means that 3D presentations are on the horizon...

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VIDEO TUTORIAL: HOW TO MAKE AN INTERACTIVE PRESENTATION WITH ZOOM

I recently wrote about the power of interactive presentations and how presenters can use this style of presenting to keep their audiences engaged…

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TIME TO GET YOUR GEEK ON… ANNOUNCING THE PRESENTATION TECHNOLOGY LAB

If you’ve ever worked on a presentation into the late hours, with stress levels rising and motivation getting lower and lower, which eventually leads to a deep everlasting feeling of…

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THE MICROSOFT AND EYEFUL STORY

You might have heard over the last few weeks that Eyeful have joined forces with Microsoft to support their ‘Presentation Best Practice’ initiative

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THE STORY ABOUT HOW BAD PRESENTATIONS HAVE BECOME THE NORM

Bad presentations are everywhere. In auditoriums, boardrooms, meetings rooms and offices across the world, bad presentations have become the norm, despite our best efforts...

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THREE THINGS PRESENTERS SHOULD AVOID AT ALL COSTS

You might have heard the recent news that Eyeful have joined forces with Microsoft…

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Microsoft has a lot to answer for...

It’s no exaggeration to state that Microsoft, and its ubiquitous offspring PowerPoint, have completely revolutionised presentations.  I’m old enough to remember a time before animations, transitions and slides filled to the gunnels with content –...

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