Glenna Shaw

Created: Tuesday, June 12, 2012, posted by at 7:02 am

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Glenna Shaw
Glenna Shaw’s husband nicknamed her the PowerPoint Magician because she loves the “magic” of PowerPoint. Glenna likes to use PowerPoint’s native audio and video features to create Flash-like effects. She calls this technique “PowerPoint Sleight of Hand”. Because of her quirky sense of humor and her advanced skills, Glenna is frequently sought out for her expertise on presentations, training and desktop publishing. Glenna teaches classes on a variety of topics nationwide.

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

September 24, 2012
Selling Stockholm with iPads

November 4, 2010
Dynamic Content Transitions in PowerPoint 2010: Conversation with Glenna Shaw

September 16, 2006
Crystal Xcelsius: Conversation with Glenna Shaw

Glenna’s Treasure TroveGlenna’s Treasure Trove
June 13, 2005

How Do I Loop Sound/Music For a Looped PresentationHow Do I Loop Sound/Music For a Looped Presentation
August 23, 2004

The Incredible, Accessible PresentationThe Incredible, Accessible Presentation
March 05, 2004

Craft Your Content With A KISSCraft Your Content With A KISS
February 14, 2004

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