Digital Signage at Churches

Digital Signage at Churches

Digital Signage at Churches After researching several products from larger more technical to smaller solutions, we settled on DataPoint by PresentationPoint. We needed a solution for our new facility that would accommodate a flexible display and presentation for the...
How to Use the Find and Replace on DataPoint Connections

How to Use the Find and Replace on DataPoint Connections

With DataPoint you link your PowerPoint presentation to various databases and files. Some people set up many different connections in one presentation. But at a given day, you have to change some data. Maybe the username, the name of the file or the path to your data...
New Year’s PowerPoint Templates

New Year’s PowerPoint Templates

Ring in the New Year with these free New Year’s PowerPoint templates. Normal Microsoft PowerPoint templates so they can be used anywhere Smooth animations Includes real-time countdown templates to the New Year (connect via Dynamic Time) Use these templates to:...
Working Faster with DataPoint Copy and Paste

Working Faster with DataPoint Copy and Paste

Sometimes you use DataPoint extensively. Not just where you assign a dynamic value from your database, but more like rules and formatting, replacement texts, ticker definitions etc. A lot of work on one text box only, while you maybe have many other similar text boxes...
Christmas PowerPoint Templates

Christmas PowerPoint Templates

It is that time of the year again and our team at PresentationPoint are in the gift giving spirit. So here are 20 free Christmas PowerPoint templates for you to download. These Christmas PowerPoint templates can be used: As backgrounds for your Christmas digital...
How to Display Cameras in PowerPoint

How to Display Cameras in PowerPoint

PresentationPoint releases a new PowerPoint add-on called VideoPoint.  It is the first add-on to display live output from webcams and IP cameras on your PowerPoint slide show. Why would you like to display camera output to your slides, you might ask. Output from a...

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