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PowerPoint for Mac: What Windows Creators Should Know
Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:15 amGamesByTim


To extend your PowerPoint projects to the largest audience, you'll probably want to support PowerPoint for Mac. But as a Windows creator, you have access to all sorts of features that PowerPoint for Mac cannot …
PowerPoint Macro Checker
Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:27 pmGamesByTim
Tired of people saying your game doesn't work because they didn't enable macros?

Let them know in the game.

Attached is a step-by-step tutorial on how to add macro checking to your PowerPoint projects. I can confirm fewer macro-related issues on my own projects with this, so I hope it helps you too.

The guide should be straight-forward, but let me know if you have any questions.

Download here
MAKE A ROLLING ROAD / BACKGROUND
Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:05 amjohnr
The screenshots below show you how to make a rolling road or background scene or even some scrolling text for an animation or game.

There are two methods shown which can be combined if you want. Once set up, all you need to do to make a game is to add some objects like cars, obstacles or flying things (e.g. with Motion Paths) which you could have to avoid or click-on as a maze game or shooting …
How to VBA - Lesson 1: How do you VBA?
Tue Aug 22, 2017 11:11 pmrusnakcreative
Hello out there, this will be my first attempt at forming what I hope would be a general but in-depth guide on how to do some programming with PowerPoint!

In this first lesson, we'll go over what is VBA, and where to go to make programming magic happen, and how to make a button run a macro.

So, what is VBA?
VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications and is the programming language of …
RANDOM OBJECT SELECTION - Video tutorial - PART 2
Mon Feb 05, 2018 2:50 pmjohnr
In the first video tutorial I showed how to make a 'Randomiser' to select four objects or pictures at random. I also showed the method for making it work for eight, twelve, or more objects.

Making the randomiser for more than four objects proved to be difficult when I got round to trying it in practice however. I had to find yet another way of doing it, which I did as a 'flash of the blindingly …
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