Fix your broken PowerPoint slides with one click
Here’s a scenario you might be familiar with:
Your team needs to work together to build a presentation. Each team member needs to create their own slides which will then all be put together in one PowerPoint deck ready for the presentation.
Because you’re smart, you send out a fresh copy of your company branded PowerPoint template to all team members and tell them to use it to insert their content and then send the slides back to you.
To your horror, when you recieve some of the decks back they do not look good at all. Some people have used the SlideMaster layouts but moved things around, others have just used one layout all the way through, and some people decided to become presentation designers and do some really questionable things to those beautiful slide layouts you built for them.
It’s looking like you’re going to have another long night working to fix all of this.
But maybe not!
Did you know about the RESET button?
In this short video you’ll learn how to fix those broken slides in a jiffy. No more late nights for you. Here’s how you can fix everything and end up with a great looking slide deck.