You've all seen matrix diagrams? Now look at another perspective and explore something similar in a fortune teller origami! You can then read an exclusive interview with Yury Uskov of iSpring who talks about direct YouTube export from PowerPoint. And Dave Paradi, PowerPoint MVP looks at the larger picture when he wonders why spreadsheets end up on slides? All PowerPoint users will enjoy learning more about the HSL color model with more detailed sections on both Luminosity and Saturation. We will explore Hue next week. And we have some retrospective stuff too -- PowerPoint 2003 for Windows users can explore editing, adding, and deleting Points in shapes. Finally, don't miss the new discussions and templates of this week!
Free Legal PowerPoint Templates
This site provides tons of free Legal & Law PowerPoint templates that you can use almost anywhere -- you will find special Law themes for use in Court and presentations, as well as many general use designs. There's also tons of designs based on legal and law.
Feel free to use all of these in courts and law related projection systems -- you can also use them as part of legal proceedings, witness hearings, backgrounds / backdrops and anywhere else. Every single design was created so that you can create better presentations.
Here are some links to individual Legal PowerPoint template download pages -- in addition, you can directly browse all designs by category.
Click thumbnails for download and preview pages for individual PowerPoint templates: