PowerPoint Tutorials

Jul12009
Written by Gabe Anderson Director, Customer Advocacy — Posted in Articulate 101, Community, Community Tutorials

Let your fellow Articulate users help sharpen your PowerPoint skills! These PowerPoint tutorials were made by your peers in the Articulate community. The list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently.

You might also like to check out the Building Better Courses Tutorials at E-Learning Heroes!

Want to stay on top of new tutorials as they’re added? Click the orange RSS button at the end of the list to subscribe to the feed.

Questions? Suggestions for more tutorials? Post a thread in the E-Learning Heroes Forums—we want to hear your thoughts!


3 responses to “PowerPoint Tutorials”

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[...] Community tutorials: these are added to weekly.  This is a good place to go for updates. [...]

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[...] Community tutorials: these are added to weekly.  This is a good place to go for updates. [...]

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[...] This link is updated every time we bookmark a new PowerPoint tutorial. [...]

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