Part of Steve Rindsberg's great PowerPoint site, this set of pages contains the distilled PowerPoint wisdom of the newsgroup through the years . If questions come up multiple times, Steve adds the question and answers to the FAQ. Read the Don't use PowerPoint for anything serious until you've done this section, then use the rest as a searchable resource.
Run by PowerPoint MVP Sonia Coleman, this site is a great resource for tutorials, templates, downloads and great artwork. Sonia's site is the home of the Autorun CD Programs: PowerLink Plus, PowerLink and Autorun CD Project Creator.
Run by PowerPoint MVP Echo Swinford, this site is the home of many tutorials you will find very helpful, including:
Manual Creation of Autorun CDs
Created and written by Glen Millar, yet another MVP, this site specializes in showing how to use animation and effects to create slides. Glen specializes in making the 2D objects look like 3D objects. Add to that tutorials on round-tripping presentations between HTML and PowerPoint and animation, and you have one of the most fact-filled sites ever to come out of Australia.
My site. It's full of articles, resources, links and other information. Additions are made quarterly. All the links from this book can be found there.
Run by PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj, this site is full of product reviews, tips, techniques and PowerPoint resources. Among the best information on Geetesh's site are his tutorials and articles on multimedia and PowerPoint. Be sure to check out his series of Flash articles.
In addition, Indezine has a great series on PowerPoint history, PowerPoint memorabilia and PowerPoint extras.
Created and supported by TAJ Simmons, another PowerPoint MVP, this site has tips, tutorials and templates for you to peruse j and enjoy. This site is also the home of the looping and linking tutorials.
Bill Foley's on-line presence is at PTT, Inc. Bill is a PowerPoint expert, consultant, and trainer. His site is the home to PowerPoint tutorials on educational games, along with samples of his games .
PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw's on-line presence, this site is jam packed with Section 508 of the American Disabilities Act and how to ensure your PowerPoint presentations are accessible to everyone.
This is the database of all questions and solutions addressed by Microsoft. The Knowledge Base contains information on all of Microsoft's products. To get to the PowerPoint-specific information, go to support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;EN-US;KBHOWTO and select PowerPoint from the product dropdown list.
Run by Woody Leonhard, this is the front page to Woody's forums, Woody's Watch (a monthly email newsletter with office tips), book suggestions and information on Woody's Office. PowerPack. For more information, check out
Home of the Screen Beans clip art collection, this site is run by Cathleen Belleville and Dennis Austin of A Bit Better. Besides the static Screen Beans and Animated Screen Beans collections, there is also a PowerPoint forum frequented by several of the PowerPoint MVPs.
PowerPoint Live is a PowerPoint community gathering and conference held annually by R Altman Productions. The conference is three and a half days of sessions, talk and the help center, where you can get one-on-one help for PowerPoint questions and problems.