Learn How To Animate 3D Objects In PowerPoint, And More On This Week's Friday Five
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First published on MSDN on May 04, 2018


Learn How To Animate 3D Objects In PowerPoint
Ellen Finkelstein is the owner of EllenFinkelstein.com, where she helps presenters communicate their ideas to the world more clearly and powerfully.


Ellen is the author of several books on PowerPoint and is a PowerPoint MVP, one of only 14 in the United States. She is one of the top experts in the world in using PowerPoint for persuasive online marketing and in training presenters to create clear, powerful, and professional presentations. Learn more at www.ellenfinkelstein.com and follow her on Twitter @EFinkelstein
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Ronen Ariely is senior consultant, applications & data architect, with more than 15 years' experience in variety programming languages and technologies, leading development teams, and software companies, SQL & BI enterprise level solutions. Ronen is active in communities in the fields of Programming and Data Platforms. He writes technical blogs and TechNet articles, serve as Moderator at MSDN and council member at TechNet WIKI, and has been awarded as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. Follow him on Twitter @pitoach


Marcin Policht obtained his Master of Computer Science degree over 20 years ago, and has since worked in the Information Technology field. He’s handled a variety of responsibilities, but has mostly focused on identity and access management, virtualization, system management, and, more recently private, hybrid, and public cloud services.

He has authored one book dedicated to Windows Management Instrumentation, and has co-written several others on subjects ranging from core operating system features to high-availability solutions. His articles have been published on various websites, such as ServerWatch and Database Journal.  He has been a Microsoft MVP for more than 10 years.

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Damien Van Robeys is a system/desktop engineer and MVP in Cloud & Datacenter Management who lives in Paris. He works on MDT and PowerShell. He writes articles on his blog www.systanddeploy.com , about PowerShell tools, PowerShell & WPF and also the automation of MDT with PowerShell. He also contributes articles to the website 4sysops . Follow him on Twitter @syst_and_deploy


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Todd Baginski is a Partner and the CTO at Canviz, where he leads technical teams on projects that use SharePoint, Office 365, Azure, iOS, Android, and numerous other technologies to create cutting edge applications and line of business systems.  He is a husband, dad, and foster parent and gives back to his community by coaching and growing youth sports teams. Follow him on Twitter @toddbaginski .
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