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Presentations are more audience driven than ever, and the traditional first-to-last linear sequence is often inadequate. You need the flexibility to display slides in any order you please. Thanks to PowerPoint 2023’s new Zoom feature, you can do so by customizing your presentation to achieve a more flexible flow. Move from one slide to any other, wherever the conversation takes you. In this article, I’ll show you how Zoom allows you and your audience, not the order of the slides, to decide where to zoom to next.
I’m using PowerPoint 2023. Office 365 started updating users with this feature last year, and everyone should have it by now. There’s no downloadable demonstration file. Instead, we’ll use a presentation template you can quickly access.The demo file
Figure A Choose a presentation template.
I purposely chose a presentation with no sections and several slides, so you can experience Zoom with and without sections.The Zoom options
There are three zooming options:
Summary Zoom populates a new slide with thumbnails that link to the slides and sections you choose. By default, this option will add a thumbnail for the first slide in each section if your presentation has sections.
Slide Zoom creates a link to any slide on the current slide.Slide Zoom
Slide Zoom adds a link on the current slide to any slide in the presentation. To demonstrate, we’ll start in Normal view and add a link to slides 3, 8, and 12 as follows:
In the Links group, choose Slide Zoom from the Zoom dropdown. Notice that Section Zoom is disabled because there are no sections in this presentation. If you’re using a presentation with sections, this option won’t be disabled.Figure B Select the slides you want to link to. Figure C Summary Zoom Figure D Check the slides. Figure E Summary Zoom creates a navigation slide.
PowerPoint adjusts slide numbers automatically, depending on where you put the summary slide. I moved mine to the beginning so all slide numbers are increased by 1.Figure F The summary slide provides quick access to other slides and sections.
You might be wondering why PowerPoint returns you to the summary slide after viewing slide 6. When you added the summary slide, PowerPoint created sections for you, as shown in Figure G. PowerPoint uses the slide titles as the section names (but you can change the names). By default, PowerPoint returns you to the summary slide when you reach the last slide in a section.Figure G You can see the sections in Slide Sorter. Section Zoom Figure H Section Zoom displays the first slide in each section. Zooming
A traditional presentation starts with the first slide and ends with the last slide. In contrast, Zoom lets you take control of where you go next. You can add section and slide links to any slide or you can create a summary slide with several links. Zoom won’t improve your presentation, but it will enhance your delivery. Next month, I’ll show you several ways to customize Zoom.Send me your question about Office
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How To Use Vba In Powerpoint: A Beginner’S Guide
Here at BrightCarbon we’re always looking for new ways to improve our own PowerPoint productivity and then share that knowledge with the presentation community (that includes you, by the way!). One of the ways we do this is by using VBA code to automate and extend the functionality of PowerPoint. We publish free PowerPoint VBA code snippets here in our blog for you to use. This article explains how to grab the code from our articles and use it in your PowerPoint project, so that you can take your productivity to the next level!
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a programming environment for Microsoft Office applications. It’s included with your installation of Office by default ( unless your system administrator has deactivated it ) . PowerPoint VBA provides you with a way to do one of two things using macros and add-ins:
int:If you ever find yourself repeating the same task over and over again, VBA could be your new best friend. Let’s say you have 100 slides and you need to unhide all hidden objects across all those slides . That could take you many eye-straining minutes, but with a PowerPoint VBA it takes around a second.
way in PowerPoint to get them back. PowerPoint :Sometimes PowerPoint doesn’t have the feature you need to complete your task . As an example, if you end up deleting default layouts from a template, there’s no easy This article includes PowerPoint VBA code to do just that!How to open the VBE (Visual Basic Editor)
Getting to meet your VBA friend is very simple. With PowerPoint open and at least one presentation file open, press * on your keyboard. This will open the VBE (Visual Basic Editor):Adding PowerPoint VBA code
You now have a module ready to paste the VBA code into from one of our blog articles :
‘ PowerPoint VBA Macro to display Hello World message. ‘ Copyright (c) 2023 BrightCarbon Ltd. All Rights Reserved. ‘ Source code is provided under Creative Commons Attribution License ‘ This means you must give credit for our original creation in the following form: ‘ “Includes code created by BrightCarbon Ltd. (brightcarbon.com)” ‘ Commons Deed @ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ‘ License Legal @ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode ‘ Purpose : Displays a dialog box with a Hello World text message. ‘ Author : Jamie Garroch ‘ Date : 06MAY2019 ‘ Website : https://brightcarbon.com/
Sub HelloWorld() MsgBox “Hello World!”, vbInformation + vbOKOnly, “This is my first VBA Macro” End Sub
You should now see something like this:
How To Use An Observer In Minecraft
This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use an observer with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.
In Minecraft, the observer watches the block in front of it and sends a redstone pulse when it detects a change. You can use an observer to build traps, farms, flying machines, bridges and so much more! Let’s explore how to use an observer.
SubscribeSides of an Observer
There are 3 important sides on an observer:
FRONT – The face of the observer watches the block directly in front of it.
TOP – The top of the observer has an arrow which shows the direction that redstone pulse will travel.
BACK – The back of the observer sends a redstone pulse each time there is a block/state change. (Note: In Bedrock Edition, the observer can currently only detect block changes and not state changes.)Steps to use an Observer 1. Place the Observer
First, you need to place an observer. If you don’t have an observer in your inventory, you can quickly make one with a crafting recipe for an observer.
The game control to place the observer depends on the version of Minecraft:
For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.2. Front of Observer Watches the Block
The face of the observer watches the block directly in front of it for either block changes or state changes. A block change occurs when a block is either placed or removed. A state change occurs when the state of a block changes ( for example: eating a piece of a cake changes the state of the cake block).
TIP: In Bedrock Edition, the observer can currently only detect block changes and not state changes.3. Back of Observer emits a Redstone Pulse
The back of the observer sends a redstone pulse each time there is a block/state change. The redstone signal is level 15 so it’s strong enough to travel 15 blocks.4. Place Redstone Dust and a Redstone Lamp
Next, we’ll place redstone dust and a redstone lamp at the output so that you can see the observer activate and send the redstone pulse.5. Example of a Block Change
When we place a cake in front the observer, it sends a redstone pulse. This is considered a block change by the observer.6. Example of a State Change
Each time we eat a piece of the cake, the observer also sends a redstone pulse. This is considered a state change by the observer because the state of the cake block is changing as the cake gets smaller.
Congratulations, you have learned how to use an observer in Minecraft!Things to Do with Observers
Here are some activities that you can do with observers in Minecraft:Other Advanced Tutorials
How To Use The Effect Command In Minecraft
This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use the /effect command with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.
You can give a player an effect (ie: potion effect) or remove an effect from a player whenever you want using the /effect command in Minecraft. Let’s explore how to use this cheat (game command).Supported Platforms
The /effect command is available in the following versions of Minecraft:Platform Supported (Version*)
* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.Requirements
To run game commands in Minecraft, you have to turn cheats on in your world.Effect Command Examples How to Enter the Command 1. Open the Chat Window
The easiest way to run a command in Minecraft is within the chat window. The game control to open the chat window depends on the version of Minecraft:
For Java Edition (PC/Mac), press the T key to open the chat window.
For Pocket Edition (PE), tap on the chat button at the top of the screen.
For Xbox One, press the D-Pad (right) on the controller.
For PS4, press the D-Pad (right) on the controller.
For Nintendo Switch, press the right arrow button on the controller.
For Windows 10 Edition, press the T key to open the chat window.
For Education Edition, press the T key to open the chat window.2. Type the Command
We will cover examples of how to use the /effect command to give an effect using both the Effect Name as well as the Effect ID. Also, we will show you how to use the /effect command clear all effects from a player.Add Effect using Effect Name
Let’s start by showing how to add an effect to a player using an Effect Name.
For example, you could add the strength effect to the player called DigMinecraft with the following command:/effect DigMinecraft minecraft:strength 45 3
Type the command in the chat window and press the Enter key to run the command.
This /effect command uses a Name value of strength, a duration of 45 seconds, and an amplifier of 3. This will give the player called DigMinecraft the effect of Strength IV for 45 seconds.
The amplifier is used to increase the level of the effect. These are some effect/amplifier combinations for the strength effect so that you can better understand what the amplifier value does in the /effect command.
Once you have entered the command, you will see the message “Given Strength (ID 5) x 3 to DigMinecraft for 45 seconds” appear in the lower left corner of the game window. This indicates that that effect has been given.
The player called DigMinecraft has been given Strength IV for 45 seconds. The game control to view the current effects for your player depends on your version of Minecraft.
For Java Edition (PC/Mac), press the E key to open the inventory menu and you will see the current effects.
For Pocket Edition (PE), you will see buttons for the current effects appear on the right edge of the screen. Just tap on the effect that you wish to view and it will show you the name of the effect and the duration.
For PS3 and PS4, press the Triangle button on the PS controller to open the inventory menu and see your current effects.
For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the Y button on the Xbox controller to open the inventory menu to view your current effects.
For Windows 10 Edition, press the E key to open the inventory menu and you will see the current effects.
For Wii U, press the X button to open the inventory menu to see the current effects.
For Nintendo Switch, press the X button to open the inventory menu to see the current effects.
For Education Edition, press the E key to open the inventory menu and you will see the current effects.
See a list of all Minecraft Effects, if you need an Effect ID or Name value.Add Effect using Effect ID
In the first example, we added an effect to a player using an effect Name (ie: strength). Now let’s show you how to add an effect using the Effect ID.
For example, you could add the Jump Boost effect to the player called DigMinecraft with the following command:/effect DigMinecraft 8 50 1
This /effect command uses an ID value of 8, a duration of 50 seconds, and an amplifier of 1. This will give the player called DigMinecraft the effect of Jump Boost II for 50 seconds.
The amplifier is used to increase the level of the effect. These are the effect/amplifier combinations for the Jump Boost effect.
Once the cheat has been entered, you will see the message “Given Jump Boost (ID 8) x 1 to DigMinecraft for 50 seconds” appear in the lower left corner of the game window.
The player called DigMinecraft has been given Jump Boost II for 50 seconds.
See a list of all Minecraft Effects, if you need an Effect ID or Name value.Clear All Effects
You can also use the /effect command to clear all effects from a player.
For example, you could remove all effects from the player called DigMinecraft with the following command:/effect DigMinecraft clear
Type the command in the chat window and press the Enter key to run the command.
This /effect command will clear all of the effects from the player called DigMinecraft.
Once the cheat has been entered, you will see the message “Took all effects from DigMinecraft” appear in the lower left corner of the game window. This indicates that all effects given to DigMinecraft are now removed.
Congratulations, you have learned how to use the /effect command in Minecraft.Effect Lists
Find the effect ID or name to use in the /effect command from one of the lists below:Other Game Commands
You can use other commands and cheats in Minecraft such as:
How To Use The Data Model In Excel
Excel can analyze data from many sources. But are you using the Data Model to make your life easier? In this post you learn how to create a pivot table using two tables by using the Data Model feature in Excel.What is a Data Model
Excel’s Data Model allows you to load data (e.g. tables) into Excel’s memory. It is saved in memory where you don’t directly see it. You can then instruct Excel to relate data to each other using a common column. The ‘Model’ part of Data Model refers to how all the tables relate to each other.
Old school Excel Pro’s, use formulas to create a huge table containing all data to analyze. They need this big table so that Pivot Tables can source a single table. Yet by creating relationships, you surpass the need for using VLOOKUP, SUMIF, INDEX-MATCH formulas. In other words, you don’t need to get all columns within a single table. Through relationships, the Data Model can access all the information it needs. Even when it resides in multiple places or tables. After creating the Data Model, Excel has the data available in its memory. And by having it in its memory, you can access data in new ways. For example, you can start using multiple tables within the same pivot table.A Simple Task
Imagine your boss wants to have insight in the sales but also wants to know the Sex of the sales person. You got below dataset containing one table with the sales per person and another table containing the salespeople and their respective sex. A way to analyze your data is to use a LOOKUP formula and make a big table containing all information. As a next step you can then use a Pivot Table to summarize the data per sex.Advantages of the Data Model
Checking and updating formulas may get arbitrary when working with many tables. After all, you need to make sure all the formulas are filled down to the right cell. And after adding new columns, your LOOKUP formulas also need to be expanded. The Data Model requires only little work at setup to relate a table. It uses a common column at the setup. Yet columns that you add later, automatically add to the Data Model.
Working with big amounts of data often results in a very slow worksheet due to calculations. The Data Model however handles big amounts of data gracefully without slowing down your computer system.
Excel 2023 has a limit of 1.048.576 rows. However, the amount of rows you can add to the memory of the Data Model is almost unlimited. A 64-bit environment imposes no hard limits on file size. The workbook size is limited only by available memory and system resources.
If your data resides only in your Data Model, you have considerable file size savings.Add Data to Data Model
You will now learn how to add tables to the Data Model. To start with, make sure your data is within a table. Using Power Query you can easily load tables into the Data Model.
Select From Table / Range
In the home tab of the Power Query editor
Select Only Create Connection
Make sure to tick the box Add this data to the Data Model
This adds the data to the Data Model. Please make sure to do these steps for both tables.Creating Relationships Between Data
After adding your data to the Data Model, you can relate common columns to each other. To create relationships between tables:
The Power Pivot screen will appear.Using the Data Model
Now we come to the exciting part. To use the Data Model in a PivotTable perform the following steps:
The ‘Create PivotTable’ pop-up screen will appear. As you have a Data Model in place, you can now select to use it as data source.
In the PivotTable Fields you will now see all the possible Data Sources for your PivotTable. The yellow database icon on the lower right corner of the marked tables, shows that it is part of Excel’s Data Model.
As the two tables have a relationship between each other, you can use fields from both tables within the same pivot! Read previous sentence again. Isn’t that amazing?? Below example uses the Sales and Seller field from the ProductSales table, while the Sex field comes from the other table. And the numbers are still correct!
Using the Data Model you can analyze data from several tables at once. All without using any LOOKUP, SUMIF or INDEX MATCH formula to flatten the source table. Yet the data analyzed could also come from a database, text file or cloud location. The possibilities are endless.
To minimize the usage of LOOKUP formulas even more, an amazing tool to look at is Power Query. There’s several articles to find about it on my website. For example, you can read how to use Power Query for Creating Unique Combinations or for Transforming Stacked Columns.
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