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On-Demand Brand

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More Power In Powerpoint

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Word That Works Harder

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Office for iPad: PowerPoint, Word and Excel Apps now a reality on the iPad

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OFFICE FOR IPAD: TOP 5 TIPS 1. Make room & update Apps need 1-2GB+, require iOS 7, and opening large files may require shutting down all other apps 2. Pay to play, yearly Plan on spending $60 to $264 annually 3. Special fonts not supported 4. PowerPoint imbedded videos not supported 5. Excel pivot table functionality not supported       EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Office ROI Assessment: Positive   Below is primer that details process, issues, troubleshooting and…

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Office Fonts of Wisdom

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A good way to ensure that your Microsoft Word and PowerPoint designs translate across programs, platforms and systems is to employ universally standard system fonts for live text, while using specialty fonts sparingly, and always as placed art. While there is certainly a place for unique and unusual type — especially in logos, display copy and eye-catching document headers — it’s always a best practice to take non-traditional typefaces and process them to pixel RGB…

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When design workflows don’t mean business (or, “Maybe it’s not the work, it’s the workflow!”)

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Ten years ago, designers and creative service providers were the best-kept secret of great sales and marketing communications efforts. With budget, base content and a few weeks time they could weave straw into gold. So much so that businesses large and small moved marketing collateral into Quark and InDesign, raising the bar for how all company sales materials needed to look and feel. Then as high-speed color printers came in-house, laptops and projectors became smaller…

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