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MAKE A ROTATING TIMER
Tue Mar 30, 2021 3:21 amjohnr
Here's tutorial I posted to You Tube a few days ago. Can be useful for various types of game. I used a few of them in the memory game I posted HERE.

I was wondering if I should have extended the game to 12 animals but concluded that it might be too difficult. What do you think?



RANDOM SPINNING ARROW
Tue Dec 08, 2020 3:49 pmjohnr
After posting my 'mystery' query on why a spinning arrow seemed not to work properly HERE - and working with Rusnakcreative's suggestions, I think the mystery is now (somewhat) solved.

At least I've been able to make a spinner that is virtually random and also produce a tutorial on how to make one. (Thanks Mike!)

File Selection on PowerPoint for Mac
Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:36 pmGamesByTim
On PowerPoint for Windows, you can select a file to read with the VBA function Application.FileDialog(). This function does not work on PowerPoint for Mac.

The good news is, it's still possible to select files on PowerPoint for Mac, using separate VBA! This tutorial will walk you through how file selection works on Mac and how to implement it in a cross-compatible way.

Download the demo!

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PowerPoint for Mac: What Windows Creators Should Know
Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:15 amGamesByTim
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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 …
SIMPLE DRAG & DROP - Without VBA
Wed Oct 28, 2020 3:24 amjohnr
This is a simple way to use drag & drop on a PowerPoint slide that looks almost like a full-screen slide in 'Show' mode. In latest versions of PowerPoint, there are 'Ribbon Display Options' where you can hide the ribbon and the tabs to give an even more full-screen effect. This example keeps the tabs in view, but I don't think they distract too much from the dragging & dropping activity.

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