ALL TiLT Microsoft Workshop 07


Thanks so much once  again to Jérôme and Julia for organising us all as we continue our voyage of discovery (or re-discovery) of PowerPoint.  The magic continues …!

Please sign up for our next workshop (Wednesday 3rd March) when Esmeralda Salgado will share ideas about  feedback and rewards in Teams / Notebook and  Jérôme will  share his love for Immersive Reader! Register on Eventbrite here.

Please, please redeem the Microsoft codes for Jérôme  and Jane!  It is so generous of them to share so freely, and we want them to get recognition.

  • Go to
  • Top right – sign in
  • Top right – click on your profile pic and click on ‘redeem code’
  • Paste in the  codes: T-JNF276A21 for Jérôme and T-JBFE54621 for Jane
  • Et voilà!



00:23:42 Joe Dale: What a party!
00:27:46 Joe Dale: Thank you
00:29:59 Brigid Fahy: Beautiful calligrams
00:30:11 Joe Dale: Using Ctrl + arrow keys is a great way of moving objects around a slide in small movements
00:32:36 Sabine Pichout: That is brilliant
00:33:02 kat intxaurbe: Do you need PPT 2019 for Design Ideas?
00:33:14 Katie Williams: Is there a reason why the design ideas option doesn’t always appear for me on the Home tab? It’s there sometimes and not at other times
00:33:17 Sharon Barnes: I love the design function.
00:33:59 Jerome Nogues: I believe 2019 is needed. You can also use the online version too.
00:34:40 Jerome Nogues: You can have access to the ideas on the home tab
00:35:04 Katie Williams: Thank you Jerome 🙂
00:35:09 Helen Myers: Design works for me in Office 365 .. the one you download
00:35:31 Rebecca Jones: love this!
00:35:38 Jerome Nogues: 365 is the latest
00:36:03 lauradanese: Beautiful …
00:36:18 Ravinder Minhas: This is amazing!
00:36:59 Mary Cooch: Oh wow I didnt know tht about the bullet points
00:37:22 virginie hedley: I am so sorry it is so glitchy for me that i cannot hear much at all , only the dd few words and the imgae is just frozen most of the time. so sorry but I will need to leave as I can’t follow at all. sad to miss it/ thank you to everyone.
00:37:37 virginie hedley: Apologies for leaving .
00:37:47 Anna Grainger: What did you click on to get the icons?
00:38:37 Sabine Pichout: I recently discovered you can change color of the icons which is useful for red x and green tick….
00:38:48 Anna Grainger: Brilliant. Thank you!
00:41:44 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: I cannot live without animations 😉
00:42:04 Jerome Nogues: Love animations. 😃
00:42:39 Joe Dale: I love using triggers in PowerPoint
00:43:45 Jerome Nogues: It’s really cool
00:44:26 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: How do I activate triggers, Joe? I cannot see the “thunder” active on my PP
00:44:57 Joe Dale: Triggers allow you to launch animations independently
00:45:21 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: Ah, it’s being explained now. Thank you!
00:46:29 Joe Dale: You’re welcome. You can add appear and disappear as animations and toggle between them using triggers.
00:46:37 Alicia Palomo lopez: can you explain where you get the trigger from again please?
00:46:43 Anna Grainger: That’s amazing! I’ve always thought you had to do everything in order so I get confused when children try to give me the answers in the wrong order!
00:47:05 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: I’ve never known about this function. Great!
00:47:09 Joe Dale: @Anna I was presenting about triggers in PPT in 2006 😉
00:47:38 Anna Grainger: @Joe I was still a baby then!
00:47:44 Joe Dale: You can use triggers to make blockbuster and noughts and crosses grids
00:47:54 Joe Dale: @Anna 😉
00:48:09 Ciara Gorst: Could you do the timers again please – sorry
00:48:14 cgrant: @Joe And I probably learned it from you then!!
00:48:23 Rebecca Jones: I use shapes, with a flag image (or other) inserted and the wipe out animation as timers
00:48:37 Sharon Barnes: I’d definitely love to know more about making PPT timers.
00:48:41 Joe Dale: @Caroline – Yes quite possibly in my SSAT days
00:49:23 cgrant: Exactly!! SSAT was when we met! 🙂
00:49:58 KarlaMMc: Can you do animations with sounds?
00:50:04 MER: What is the best way to make something appear and then disappear?
00:50:33 Joe Dale: Here is a very old blog post all about my use of PowerPoint posted in 2007!
00:51:21 Jane Basnett: Thanks Joe
00:51:23 Kate Cooper: Is there anyway to add some audio/music to the timer option?
00:51:29 Sharon Barnes: Thanks Joe.
00:52:23 Rebecca Jones: Insert shape, animate to wipe out, click on timer option and change to 300 seconds. THen add another image, such as a bitmoji and that appears ‘after the other’ with an applause sound
00:52:29 Géraldine Grimble: could you make the shape disappear slowly in the given time?
00:52:33 Joe Dale: You’re welcome
00:53:24 Joe Dale: How can you have a party without music, eh?!
00:53:42 Kate Cooper: Thank you! I’ve been wanting to make my own dynamic timer with a lively piece of music but haven’t managed the addition of music.
00:54:05 helen.farmer: no I dont
00:54:12 Lilliam Camacho: Can you do motion, please
00:54:18 B Bennett: love it. please
00:54:58 J Morris: @Geraldine: Yes, choose a a disappear animation and set the duration to the needed time.
00:55:24 Kate Cooper: Motion paths work beautifully with Jerome’s 3d icon inserts!
00:55:58 Jerome Nogues: 😃👏
00:57:00 Kate Cooper: (‾◡◝)(‾◡◝)
00:57:19 Katie Williams: What does the red arrow do in comparison with the red dot?
00:57:35 Miss Bohorquez: beginner here, how do you get the text box in the first place???
00:57:58 Silvia Bastow: insert text box
00:58:11 Fiona Collier: Sometimes I have found that animations don’t work when screen sharing.
00:58:15 J Morris: in the insert tab – go to text box
00:58:33 Miss Bohorquez: thank you
00:59:21 Anita welsh: Great idea
00:59:40 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: Yes, please
00:59:44 cristina virissimo: good idea
01:01:04 Catuxa Sabel: where did you get the music from? i struggle to get mp3s nowadays – everything is on the cloud!
01:01:38 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: Hooray! I will use this for sure, Jane!
01:01:44 cristina virissimo: fantastic, love it!!
01:01:47 Florence Barats: love that!
01:01:48 Sabine Pichout: That is fun!
01:01:51 Joe Dale: Party time!
01:01:54 Yamina Sadek kirk: THIS IS AWESOME
01:01:57 Silvia Bastow: this is great 🙂
01:02:00 Marife Mayayo: Fantastic!!!!!
01:02:07 Ravinder Minhas: Amazing!
01:02:11 Sharon Barnes: Love this Jane!
01:02:20 Katie Williams: This is brilliant!
01:02:39 Delphine Masters: Where will the slides be at the end pf this webinar?
01:02:59 James & Mikey Shah: love it!
01:03:17 Kate Cooper: Do you animate the sound file then?
01:03:18 Helen Myers: The ppt will be linked from all website page
01:03:29 Esther Lite: great idea, your students write the answers in their own note book
01:03:40 Claire Wilson: Thanks Jane
01:04:12 Catuxa Sabel: will it work on a mac?
01:04:16 lauradanese: Which app againa?
01:04:27 Silvia Bastow: thank you, Jane 🙂
01:04:35 Lisa Claydon: This is blowing my mind!
01:04:46 Jerome Nogues: 4K VIDEO DOWNLOADER
01:05:12 lauradanese: thanks Jerome 🙂
01:05:24 Catuxa Sabel: thank you!
01:05:40 KarlaMMc: Vielen Dank!
01:06:34 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: yes
01:06:35 Ravinder Minhas: yes
01:06:57 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: Beautiful!
01:07:09 Joe Dale: The equivalent for Keynote on iPad is Magic Move
01:07:26 Yamina Sadek kirk: thank you Joe
01:08:36 Kate Cooper: home>arrange
01:08:47 Joe Dale: You’re welcome Yamina 🙂
01:10:09 Delphine Masters: the photo one looks great!
01:10:19 Jane Basnett: I don’t have morph as an option 🙁
01:10:39 J Morris: do you have windows 10 Jane?
01:11:03 J Morris: it is in transations not in animations
01:11:54 Esther Lite: I do not too ;(
01:12:03 Claire Wilson: A little vid on that would be great!
01:12:40 Ravinder Minhas: yes
01:12:40 Inma Sanz: Yes
01:12:57 Sabine Pichout: yeah!!
01:13:15 Jerome Nogues: @CLAIRE I will put something on Twitter during the week
01:13:29 Claire Wilson: Brilliant Jerome thanks!
01:14:21 Jane Basnett: great stuff Jérôme
01:14:42 Sabine Pichout: thank you Jerome
01:16:50 Ravinder Minhas: I don’t have slide master on my pane
01:17:28 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: No, I didn’t know this, Helen! Thanks!
01:17:30 Jerome Nogues: @Ravinder, are you on the online version?
01:17:34 Miss Bohorquez: no I did not know, thank you
01:17:34 J Morris: Here is an answer from Microsoft if you don’t have morph: Which version of Office 2016 do you have? If you choose File | Account, what appears under the Office logo? If it doesn’t say something about Subscription, then you have a version of Office that will not receive feature updates. Only the Subscription versions receive those, and Morph is a feature update.
01:18:09 J Morris: If you have office for windows 10, you should have it.
01:19:49 Ravinder Minhas: Sorry if anybody has given me advice but my screen froze and now the chat has gone blank.
01:20:28 Jerome Nogues: @Ravinder, if you are on the online version, the Master slide option is not available
01:21:25 Ravinder Minhas: Thanks Jerome!
01:21:58 Jerome Nogues: You can nevertheless use the reuse slide option which could be useful.
01:23:04 Mary Cooch: If you untick “keep source formatting” when using the reuse slide option then it won’t bring in its own formatting eg background
01:23:27 Claire Wilson: This is really useful – I use ppt all of the time but you just don’t usually have the time to learn these little quick tricks. I’ve never created my own layouts! Thanks Helen!
01:23:32 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: Thank you, Helen!!!
01:23:35 Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings: Thank you so much all.
01:23:36 Sabine Pichout: Thank you Helen
01:23:38 Jane Basnett: Nice work Helen 🙂
01:23:43 Rebecca Jones: thank you!
01:23:45 Ester Borin Bonillo: it says I can’t
01:23:45 Silvia Bastow: thank you very much, Helen 🙂
01:23:51 Ester Borin Bonillo: I need to be cohost
01:24:08 Katie Williams: That was fantastic Helen, thank you. I didn’t know anything about Master Slides before tonight and I will definitely be using them in the future
01:24:09 Alicia Miranda: Thank you Helen that was very useful Helen 🙂
01:24:32 helen.farmer: It was very useful,Helen!
01:24:37 Leigh Etheridge Milkamanavicius: Superb all of you!
01:24:38 Delphine Masters: great way to save time – slide master all the way!
01:25:08 Florence Barats: yes
01:26:46 Alicia Palomo lopez: repeat step one please, to add to google extensions
01:27:05 Ravinder Minhas: yes please- I was lost there!
01:27:23 marie.allirot:
01:27:24 Jerome Nogues: You need to go into
01:27:26 Gemma Martinez Quiles: I don’t know if it is just me but I hear two people talking on top of each other so I can’t follow the presentation
01:27:26 Helen Myers: OK Alice – we’ll ask
01:27:28 Inma Sanz: How do you add the bitmoji message in other languages?
01:27:30 Jane Basnett: you can just click on the area you want to keep – you don’t have to draw so neatly….
01:27:36 Sabine Pichout: wow, never knew about remove background. Always changed colour to transparent but not always neat.
01:27:47 Helen Myers: If youy can hear 2 .. may be you have YouTbe open as well
01:27:56 Jerome Nogues: RB is really good
01:28:06 Alicia Palomo lopez: thank you
01:28:18 Gemma Martinez Quiles: OMG thank you Helen, I thought I was going crazy
01:28:28 Helen Myers: Was that it?!
01:29:06 Joe Dale: You can also use
01:29:18 Mary Cooch: love that site
01:29:28 Joe Dale: Me too 🙂
01:29:56 marie.allirot: I use remove bg website all the time
01:30:14 Lisa Claydon: This has been amazing thanks so much – sorry got to go as kids are waiting!
01:30:18 Anna Grainger: OMG I thought my life was complete today when I discovered there was a app that you could use within Canva to add your Bitmojis, and now in PPT too! Wow!
01:30:47 Jerome Nogues: Happy Days @Anna 👏
01:31:01 Jerome Nogues: Canva is amazing
01:31:21 Gemma Martinez Quiles: Yes, I had youtube open on my browser
01:31:40 Anna Grainger: I found drop shadows in Canva too – that and Bitmoji will save me hours, and now these tricks on PPT too!!!
01:32:07 Jerome Nogues: A fab discovery day.
01:32:08 Joe Dale: You can just drag and drop Bitmojis from the Chrome extension straight into PowerPoint too or copy and paste, no?
01:32:43 Rebecca Jones: yes, and add in your own text
01:32:44 Sabine Pichout: yes but sometimes they have a background if not saved
01:32:59 Rosa Gonzales Skinnari: Ctrl G = agrupar, make a group
01:33:13 Joe Dale: @Sabine – Thanks
01:33:40 Uxía Iglesias Fuertes: I need to go, but want to say THANK YOU! To all the speakers from tonight’s presentations. Amazing work! Always learning! 🙂
01:33:41 lauradanese: Where are the glasses? 🙂
01:34:12 Inma Sanz: Sorry, but how do you add your own text to the bitmotji?
01:34:29 J Morris: You add a shape with the text in it
01:34:34 J Morris: and then group with the bitmoji
01:34:37 marie.allirot: Inma – On google chrome extension, type text
01:34:39 J Morris: and save them together
01:34:52 Joe Dale: or you can add text in the Chrome extension in the search box
01:34:55 Rebecca Jones: or use the bitmoji chrome extention and type what text you want
01:35:24 Inma Sanz: ok, thank you very much. I am bit behind with bitmojis.
01:35:27 Dorothy Anderson: The background doesn’t come up if you click “use destination theme” or “Keep source formatting”
01:35:39 Dorothy Anderson: When pasting into PP.
01:36:16 Joe Dale: Here’s a gif I made using showing how to change the language of the Bitmoji Chrome extension
01:36:29 Miss Bohorquez: how do you insert a link in the first place though please?
01:36:38 Inma Sanz: Lovely, thank you!!
01:36:50 J Morris: Right click on the picture and select link.
01:36:53 Rebecca Jones: right click on image and link
01:38:01 Dorothy Anderson: Thanks @joe I have never been able to drag and drop the bitmoji, just managed it there. 👍
01:38:34 Joe Dale: No problem 🙂
01:39:49 Jerome Nogues: You can also drag and drop pictures in ppt!
01:40:13 Miss Bohorquez: Thanks
01:40:17 Miss Bohorquez: yes thanks yuou
01:40:17 Jerome Nogues: Inserting several at the same time
01:40:25 Dorothy Anderson: @Joe Normally the PP screen disappears so I just thought I had to copy and paste, but I hovered over the icon at the bottom there and I could do it. Brilliant!
01:41:25 Sabine Pichout: That was fab!
01:41:35 Dorothy Anderson: Brilliant thank you!!!
01:41:38 Miss Bohorquez: Thank you all, that was very useful
01:41:46 emgru: Thank you
01:41:47 Sabine Pichout: Thank you so much
01:41:47 Aurelie Cronin: thank you all!
01:41:48 Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings: Many thanks .
01:41:48 Claire Wilson: Brilliant thank you – soo helpful again 🙂
01:41:51 Delphine Masters: merci! so many great tips!
01:41:52 Patricia Dadswell: Thank you all very much
01:41:53 Emma Kelly (Mrs): Thanks so much to everyone. Great ideas.
01:41:56 Lisa Parkes: Super encore une fois! Tous tellement doués!!!
01:41:56 MER: Thanks all of you.
01:41:59 Géraldine Grimble: thank you! great tips
01:41:59 Mary Cooch: Lovely thankyou 🙂
01:42:00 Ravinder Minhas: Thank you everyone!
01:42:01 Sarah Hau: Thank you 🙂
01:42:03 Rebecca Jones: thank you all very much! These must take so much of your time!
01:42:03 Joanne: It was really informative! Merci! ¡Gracias! Jo
01:42:04 cristina virissimo: Thank you!!:)
01:42:05 helen.farmer: Are there any codes to redeem?
01:42:08 Katie Williams: Thank you so much everyone, these sessions are so helpful. I have learned so much 🙂
01:42:10 marie.allirot: Thank you!
01:42:11 B Bennett: thank you, so much to take on board. brilliant
01:42:12 Inma Sanz: Thank you very much. It was my first webinar and I think it was very helpful!!
01:42:13 Anna Grainger: Thank you. I have learnt so much.
01:42:14 Lyn Brady: merci beaucoup!
01:42:14 Ramesh Patel: Thank you very much!
01:42:17 Catuxa Sabel: thank you so much!
01:42:18 lauradanese: Thank you all!!
01:42:19 Caroline Okerika: Thanks to all of you!
01:42:24 Sarah Schechter: Thanks, everyone – amazing!!!
01:42:25 James & Mikey Shah: Thank you. Very helpful!
01:42:26 Florence Barats: That was another great evening, yes where are the codes?
01:42:28 Alicia Palomo lopez: thank you so much!
01:42:36 KarlaMMc: Great stuff, thanks a mill. Where will the presentation be shared? Or the recording?
01:42:50 Fiona Collier: Thank you.
01:43:24 Jane Duell: Another brilliant evening. Thank you to all the presenters!
01:43:25 Nicky Baker: Thanks, more great tips.
01:43:27 Sabine Pichout: Sharing a Star Wars translation template on PPT that was shared with us a few years ago and which is always a hit with students. Similar to Jane’s mission impossible. All you need is add your text. Students either write it down or shout our the translation.
01:44:35 Ravinder Minhas: Thanks for sharing @sabine
01:44:55 Jerome Nogues: Great stuff Sabine
01:45:04 Jerome Nogues: T-JNF276A21
01:45:33 Sabine Pichout: I was very pleased to get a certificate last week! Really worth reddeming!!
01:45:44 Anna Grainger: Sorry where is redeem code?
01:45:53 Esther Lite: yes pls
01:46:03 Jerome Nogues: T-JNF276A21
01:46:12 Anna Grainger: No I mean what do you click on to put it in?
01:46:21 Alicia Miranda: A great team work. I have learn a lot . Are you able to share the ppts with us ? It has been amazing 🙂
01:46:21 helen.farmer: redeem code
01:46:23 Katie Williams: Click your icon at the top right
01:46:25 Anna Grainger: I was too busy trying to find the website and can’t multitask!
01:46:35 Katie Williams: Then click Redeem achievement code
01:46:36 J Morris:
01:46:42 Anna Grainger: Found it. thanks
01:46:47 J Morris: T-JNF276A21
01:46:51 Emma Kelly (Mrs): Is it just one code for the event or one per presenter?
01:47:01 Jerome Nogues: One per presenter
01:47:08 Maeve Carroll: is there just one code
01:47:34 Maeve Carroll: or are there different codes for each person who presented?
01:47:34 Emma Kelly (Mrs): What was the code for Esther?
01:47:43 Sabine Pichout: Julia, you are sharing Jerome’s code? do you have your own? and ESther? Please?
01:48:08 Adeline Moston: Esther doesn’t have one yet. I’ve asked Jane for her but not getting a reply at the moment.
01:48:15 J Morris: I don’t need any more codes, thanks.
01:48:32 cristina virissimo: I did it, thank you
01:48:51 Sabine Pichout: but could we get your codes so we can show we have received training?
01:51:14 lauradanese: thank you!
01:51:16 cristina virissimo: Good
01:51:28 Rachel: thanks everyone!
01:51:34 Anne Lewis: Merci beaucoup!
01:51:52 Adeline Moston: Jane’s code from last time was T-JBDD4FD21 if you haven’t redeemed that yet, she’d be very grateful!
01:52:11 Gemma Martinez Quiles: juin
01:52:18 helen.farmer: August
01:54:29 Sabine Pichout: So you dont need to rewrite the word properly before morphing?
01:54:51 Sabine Pichout: Thank you
01:57:02 Lisa Parkes: Auf Wiedersehen! Vielen Dank!
01:57:15 cristina virissimo: Adios
01:57:22 Inma Sanz: Tahnk
01:57:26 cristina virissimo: Thank you
01:57:29 Inma Sanz: Thanks again. Adios!!
01:57:37 Rosa Gonzales Skinnari: Mensch Julia, das ist Wunderbart! Danke schön!
01:57:40 Jerome Nogues: Good evening all
01:57:45 Ravinder Minhas: Thank you everyone!
01:57:58 Dorothy Anderson: I love this for unjumble exercises! Thank you so much!
01:58:06 helen.farmer: Danke Julia !
01:59:04 Cerys Jones: I can see lots of ways to use this for word order for German.