PowerPoint Heaven eConvention 2008

PowerPoint Heaven eConvention 2008 is a day where PowerPointers get together to discuss, review and submit their latest PowerPoint works. PPTH eCon 2008 (abbrev.) is an annual online convention, which will be held on 27 September, a month after PowerPoint Heaven Anniversary. There are several events for PowerPoint Heaven eConvention 2008. The events include: eCon Awards 2008, Contributor of the Year, Submissions @ eCon, Discussions @ eCon. Check out PPTH eCon 2008 now for more information! The eConvention starts off with the voting of eCon Awards 2008: Animation/Artwork/Game/Broadcast of the Year, which involves works submitted on PowerPoint Heaven in year … Continue reading PowerPoint Heaven eConvention 2008

PowerPoint Heaven 3rd Anniversary

PowerPoint Heaven 3rd Anniversary! Time files, and PowerPoint Heaven is now 3 years old. It feels really good to see PowerPoint animations, games and artworks getting better and better over the past 3 years. In recent years, you can slowly see a wide variety of games coming up. Here’s a few examples of PowerPoint games by fellow hardcore PowerPointers: Pointer’s Way (maze game) by Mohammad Ahmed Fikree, Music ver. C (music rhythm game) by KDC, Ultimate Sniper (shooting game) by Ted Thayer, and the upcoming highly anticipated Eight Eclipse (RPG game) by Anthony Barfield. Artworks are catching up quickly. With … Continue reading PowerPoint Heaven 3rd Anniversary

Pausing your animations with VBA

Lets say if you are running a slide that has multiple animations on it. Halfway through the presentation, you may want to pause the animations to explain something. A simple way to do this is to press the “b” key which will black out the screen. Then, press “b” key again to resume the presentation. The downside is that you won’t be able to see the content on the screen. To resolve this, you can make use of VBA. To do so, click Tools > Macro > Visual Basic Editor. Copy the code as shown below: Sub pauseshow()  ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.State = … Continue reading Pausing your animations with VBA