Microsoft Powerpoint Training Courses London
Instructor-led training courses, London & UK wide
Our Powerpoint training courses are delivered by Microsoft Qualified trainers for all versions of MS Powerpoint. Each course is one day in duration and we offer two levels of training - Introduction and Advanced.
Public scheduled powerpoint training courses are held at one of our four London training centres. You can expect small class sizes in a modern, comfortable air conditioned training suite. We also offer training services for closed company, on-site, one-to-one, near site and consultancy. Tailored training can be adapted from our course syllabus to meet your individual needs and requirements.
We are a Microsoft authorised testing centre and run one of the UK's most regular MS Powerpoint scheduled courses. We offer Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification training and examinations.
Quality and Pricing
Our live on-line schedule benefits from using an "easyJet" style of pricing - so the further ahead you book your powerpoint training, the lower the cost! Further to this, we have a highly competitive pricing policy of beating any like for like written training quotation. Our training courses are never cancelled: guaranteed.
Quality management system
We believe in continuous innovation and improvement in all aspects of our business model. This leads to reduced costs, increased efficiency and ultimately delivering more competitive course pricing. We evaluate all delegate feedback daily and ensure the careful preparation of all elements relating to training. The feedback is available for review by the management, trainers, delegates and members of the marketing team. This ensures a high standard of course delivery.
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Bookings currently available until 8th October 2015.
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|Full Schedule: See all 32 Powerpoint Intermediate Advanced course dates.
Bookings currently available until 20th October 2015.
Trainer vouchers are now available. Buying in bulk ensures a reduction in purchasing costs and administration time. These are often favoured by high volume or corporate clients.
What is Microsoft PowerPoint?
Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular presentation program developed for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. Being widely used by businesspeople, educators, and trainers, it is among the most prevalent forms of persuasion technology: according to Microsoft, some 30 million presentations are made with PowerPoint every day.
MS powerpoint training articles
Excerpt from Increase Sales with Microsoft PowerPoint Training:
Have you considered how much more effective your sales career could be if you had a mastery of PowerPoint? Whether you're in the business of selling products or services, a well constructed PowerPoint presentation is a serious tool for winning over prospects. It's a fact that people comprehend and retain more when they can see and hear the information. With just two days of Microsoft powerpoint training, you can learn everything there is to know about creating presentations that will take your sales career to a new level. Learning powerpoint...
Excerpt from Give Your PowerPoint Presentations More Impact:
Microsoft estimate that around 1 million PowerPoint presentations are given every day. The vast majority consist of bullet points with white text on a dark background, made up of text that is too small to read, accompanied by Clip Art and with annoying and distracting effects such as text flying in from the left. Sadly, most presentations are also too long, lack structure and do not hold the audience's attention. So what can you do to change this situation and ensure that your presentations do not fall into this category and have the impact needed to get your message across? Find out with powerpoint training...
Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most popular programs within the Microsoft Office suite, being used to create and present a huge number of slide show presentations. If you have not had any PowerPoint software training you are probably not aware of the many shortcuts available within the application.
This article will provide you with some tips and useful keyboard shortcuts to help make PowerPoint quicker and easier to use. These kind of hints and tips can be learned by attending a Microsoft Powerpoint training course.
Customer testimonials for Microsoft Powerpoint training courses
"The content and pace of the powerpoint training was
very good. A very good introduction."
- HSBC [PowerPoint Introduction]
"I thoroughly enjoyed the day and got all my questions answered about
the system. This course will help save me time in creating presentations in
- Wyndham Worldwide [PowerPoint Advanced]
"Very good, good to work at our own pace and have one-on-one assistance.
Things became clearer and we learnt some useful techniques."
- Royal & SunAlliance [PowerPoint Advanced]
"Very helpful and always made sure everyone understood and spent time
with those who did not."
- Red Bee media [PowerPoint Advanced]
Some hints and tips for Microsoft powerpoint training
Taken from our PowerPoint hints and tips page.
Text in an AutoShape
To insert text within an Autoshape, just start typing once the shape has been drawn. To wrap the text, double-click the shape and turn on Word Wrap Text in Autoshape in the Text Box tab.
Saving a Drawn Object as a picture
If you want to reuse an object that you have drawn, you can save it so that it is added to the Clip Organiser. Right click the object, choose Save as Picture, give it a file name and place it in the relevant location.
Creating perfectly symmetrical shapes in PowerPoint
Are you a perfectionist when it comes to drawing shapes in PowerPoint?
If you hold down the Shift key whilst drawing a shape from the Drawing toolbar, you can create perfectly symmetrical circles and squares; and perfectly straight lines.
Embedding fonts in a presentation
If you create a PowerPoint presentation which is likely to be viewed on other
computers, there can be problems with displaying the font/s you have used in
your presentation when it is opened on other machines.
You can embed the fonts you use in your presentation in order to try and get around this issue.
When you go to save your presentation (File - Save as), go to the Tools button at the top of the Save As dialogue box and select Save Options. Under 'Font options for current document only', tick the Embed TrueType fonts option, then select the secondary option underneath that applies best to your situation.
Click OK, then Save.
Sample forum questions
Taken from our Microsoft PowerPoint support forum
I need to change a slide on a presentation and get rid of a picture, how can
I delete this?
- See the answer
How to activate Music in you presentation
After my powerpoint training I realised that I needed to know,
how does one play music throughout a presentation?
- See the answer
Is it possible to copy a complete table from Word into a presenatation just
by copying and pasting?
- See the answer
Powerpoint and Outlook
Is there anyway of importing a contact within Outlook to Powerpoint and so
that it looks like a business card as in Outlook?
- See the answer
See also: Microsoft powerpoint training
Become the presentation master with our instructor led training PowerPoint courses london. Learn the basics from including objects in your slides to more complex skills such as creating master slides and getting the most from presenter view in Office 2013.