Echo Swinford, Microsoft MVP

Created: Wednesday, March 13, 2013, posted by Geetesh at 12:33 pm

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Echo Swinford

Echo Swinford began making slides as a medical meeting planner in 1997 and just never stopped. She uses PowerPoint as the basis for webcasts, CDs and online applications. Her Echo’s Voice site is graced by dozens of downloadable and helpful documents, and she has been a member of the Microsoft PowerPoint MVP team since 2000.

Here’s a list of links on where she has been featured:

August 19, 2016 – Presentation Summit 2016: Conversation

September 23, 2015 – Presentation Summit 2015: Conversation

March 27, 2014 – XML Editing in Visual Studio Express with 7-Zip

November 10, 2012 – Building PowerPoint Templates: Conversation

September 18 2009 – Semi-Circles Again in PowerPoint 2003

March 3 2009 – Creating an Autorun PowerPoint Presentation

April 13, 2008 – Medicine Presentations: Conversation with Echo Swinford

January 19, 2008 – PowerPoint 2007 Complete Makeover Kit: Conversation with Echo Swinford

August 19, 2007 – Change Case Cycles: How They Work?

June 5, 2006 – An Interview with Echo Swinford

June 21, 2005 – Change Alignment of Numbers in a Chart

Echo Swinford at Presentation Summit

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