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Top 5 PowerPoint Secrets

Thursday, July 20, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Mike Parkinson, Graphics Guru, Billion Dollar Graphics

Learn from a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP (one of 16 in the United States). In this webcast, you’ll get the top five secrets the pros use to make and deliver the best-of-the-best PowerPoint presentations. See how you can build almost any graphic in PowerPoint, make professional slides quickly, and keep your audience engaged and eager to learn. Discover where to get the best visuals, infographics, photographs, and PowerPoint add-ins. Walk away with new tools and techniques that help you do your job faster and better—while saving money. All attendees also get a special step-by-step PowerPoint file to make some of the professional infographics you see in the class.


 

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Mike  Parkinson
Mike Parkinson

Graphics Guru, Billion Dollar Graphics

Mike is one of 16 Microsoft PowerPoint MVPs in the United States. He is a PowerPoint and visual communication expert, a professional speaker, an educator, and an award-winning author. He regularly conducts workshops and creates graphics, presentations, and content for companies like Microsoft, FedEx, Xerox, Dell, and Boeing, as well as at learning institutions and small organizations. In 2015, Mike sold GetMyGraphics.com (a PowerPoint graphics product) so that he could focus on helping others achieve their presentation and educational goals.

Mike owns Billion Dollar Graphics (BillionDollarGraphics.com) and 24 Hour Company (24hrco.com), and authored a successful visual communication book (Do-It-Yourself Billion Dollar Graphics). Contact Mike at mike@billiondollargraphics.com to learn more.


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