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Category Archives: 2014
Moving objects on your PowerPoint presentations
By Dr. Eduardo Mayorga Many times, when giving presentations we want to explain how things work. For example, the flow of the aqueous from the ciliary body to the trabecular meshwork or maybe the path of light from an object … Continue reading
“Store, organize, find and share”
By Dr. Eduardo Mayorga In the 21st Century finding information and knowledge is no big deal any more. The real challenge is storing it, organizing it, finding it again when needed and sharing it with others. “Evernote” is tool that … Continue reading
Remove Photo Backgrounds with PowerPoint 2010
By Dr. Eduardo Mayorga Many times when preparing a lecture you may want to add photographs of people, patients, instruments or even your own photo. The picture may be OK but you don’t like the background. Backgrounds can be easily … Continue reading
Creating borders and using transparent shapes in PowerPoint
By Dr. Eduardo Mayorga This tutorial will help you add borders to enhance your images. It will also teach you how to use transparent shapes to draw attention to a portion of your slide.