You are going to take a lot of memorable photographs during Christmas and
store them on your computer. It's a wise idea for you to organize them in a
good way. Make them a DVD photo album is a nice solution. It is quite an easy
job as long as you have Microsoft PowerPoint installed on your computer.
PowerPoint versions 2000 to 2007 have the feature to save your photos as an
album. Make separate digital photo albums for different sets of pictures.
There is no limit to the number of albums, or the number of photos in each
album. So you can add all the pictures of the same set into one album. This
is a great way to organize your photo life.
Now let's start to create an awesome album using PowerPoint 2007.
Add pictures into the album
On the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click Photo Album.
Click on the 'File/Disk…' option and locate the pictures on the computer. ... (more)
Windows 7, the latest Windows Operating System, turns out to be a spicy trend
now throughout Internet. A question may rise out of current Moyea customers,
"Does your PowerPoint to DVD/video converter work on the newbie Windows 7?" A
3-day lab test by Moyea developer team would answer the question with an
absolute YES [...]
Problem: I tried to put a QuickTime movie file to my history PowerPoint
presentation, but finally failed. Is it possible to add such a video to
PowerPoint? I use PowerPoint 2007. Solution: Actually, an Apple QuickTime
movie (with the file extension .mov) file is not a supportable video format
by PowerPoint. You cannot insert it into your PowerPoint [...]
Kids get thrilled with the coming December 25. It’s big Christmas! Santa
Clause, advent wreath, magic chimney, decorated trees, jingle bells, and
inviting gifts from a long stocking that appeals! Children love all things
Christmas. But how much do they know about Christmas and its history? At the
festive time, some curious kids may ask, [...]
Adding music to a PowerPoint presentation will not only give your
presentation more appeal but grab the attention of the audience as well. If
you are using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007/2003, please click here to learn the
corresponding tutorial. For this tutorial, we will be using state-of-art
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, Windows Edition. If you do not have PowerPoint