Bob Flisser
Bob Flisser has authored many videos and books about Microsoft and Adobe products, and has been a computer trainer since the 1980s. He is also a web and multimedia developer. Bob is a graduate of The George Washington University with a degree in financial economics.
Tutorials
  • Computer Skills
    How to Add Videos to Your PowerPoint PresentationsPowerpoint and video
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    Videos are a tad harder to add to your PowerPoint presentations than it'd seem at first glance. In this detailed tutorial, you'll learn step-by-step how to add local and online videos to your presentations, and get them to play back the way you want.Read More…
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    Creating Motion Paths in PowerPointPowerpoint motion graphics
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    The default object animations in PowerPoint can get boring, but there's so much more you can do if you make your own motion path animation. Here's how to insert, draw and edit paths for your PowerPoint animations, to make the best presentations and demos your viewers have ever seen.Read More…
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    How to Use and Edit PowerPoint Master SlidesPowerpoint master slides icon 2
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    There's no reason to format each individual slide in your PowerPoint presentation. That's what Master Slides are for. Here's everything you need to know about using Master Slides, and how to make and edit your own master slides so you'll only have to format slides once next time.Read More…
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    Spreadsheets for Finance: Calculating Internal Rate of ReturnExcel logo
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    If you're going to invest your money, you'll want to make sure you're getting the most from your investment. That's exactly what the internal rate of return calculations are for. They help you compare investments, and make sure you make your best financial decisions. Here's everything you need to know about calculating your investments' internal rate of return in any spreadsheet app.Read More…
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    Spreadsheets for Finance: Calculating Present Value and Net Present ValueExcel logo
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    Money in the future is worth less than money today. Or, perhaps, "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush", as they used to say. But you're not trying to catch birds—you're wanting to make sure your investments are actually going to turn out to be valuable. That's what present value calculations are for. Here's everything you need to know about calculating present value in any spreadsheet app.Read More…
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    PowerPoint 101: Everything You Need to Make a Basic PresentationPreview powerpoint fundamentals
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    PowerPoint's the original presentations app for the Mac and PC, but it's a complex app. It's got so many features, it's tough to just make a simple presentation. If you've never made a PowerPoint presentation before, or have always found it more confusing than it should be, here's the step-by-step tips you need to make a perfect PowerPoint presentation.Read More…
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    Using Spreadsheets for Finance: How to Calculate Loan PaymentsExcel logo
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    There's a lot more to your loan than just the original sticker price, or the base monthly payment. Here's how you can use spreadsheets to break down your loan payment info and figure out what's best for your budget, and take things further with Data Sheets in Excel.Read More…
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    Using Spreadsheets for Finance: How to Calculate DepreciationExcel logo
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    Getting ready for tax season? Here's how to calculate depreciation on your assets using Straight-line, Declining balance, Double-declining balance, and Sum of year's digits (SOYD) methods using Excel, Google Sheets, or any other spreadsheet app.Read More…