Rather than provide excruciating details in my posts on PowerPoint techniques, I often provide a free PowerPoint file with details of the techniques. The purpose of these files is to provide “source” examples to help you learn and apply the techniques to your own creations.

Here are some notes on these files:

  • In the past, I provided a contact form and emailed the files to readers who requested them. Some readers were reluctant to provide their email addresses so I have now provided a link so that the files can be directly downloaded.
  • The files are not intended to be “templates” in the sense that they can be plugged into your presentation and adapted with a few keystrokes. That would take a lot of work on my part, for which I would have to be paid.
  • The files are provided as a courtesy and no payment is required. You are free to use the content in any way you please, except selling any part of the content.
  • Within limits, I can respond to questions although there are no guarantees. Please use blog comments for your questions so that they can be shared.
  • The files may use fonts that are not available on your device. In this case, PowerPoint will substitute with available fonts; this may change alignments and layout.
  • If you insert elements from these fills into your presentation, colors will probably change. If have used colors specified in my theme, the colors will change to the corresponding colors in your theme.
  • These are Windows Office files; there may be changes if you use Apple devices.
  • You may have a different PowerPoint release than I; some features may not work or may work differently.

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