Create a TeachersPayTeachers Product in PowerPoint

Saturday, November 17, 2012
I've been receiving floods of emails asking me how to create products for TeachersPayTeachers! (and I love it) If you aren't already signed up click here to join the party!  I created a simple video to help you get started. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to email me!

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12 comments

lorajoelle said...

Thanks, Jessica! It's a very helpful video.

Lora
lorajwebster@gmail.com

Glitzy In First Grade said...

THANKS Jessica! LOVED the video...you ROCK!

Brittany said...

Thank you so much for this!! It is so helpful. My question is even after doing this do you save it as a PDF or do you make it one image (so nothing can be changed) and save just as a normal PPT?

Krista Mehrtens said...

This was very helpful! Thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Krista
stellar-students

Mr. First Grade said...

Thanks for sharing! I found your blog through Katie King's Techy Tuesday link... I tend to make my TpT products in Microsoft Word, and it can get REALLY frustrating. Will definitely be trying in powerpoint next time!!

Andrew
Mr. First Grade

TheElementary MathManiac said...

Thanks! Very helpful!

By Amy B. said...

Thank you so much. Exactly the beginner's information I was looking for!!

By Amy B. said...

Thank you so much! Exactly the beginner's information I was looking for!

Amy Harris said...

Thank you so much! I'm just getting started on TPT, and I need all of the help I can get. Thanks for being willing to share!

Amy

href="http://alwaysadapting.net/"Always Adapting

FortheLoveofLearning said...

Thanks Jessica!! That is by far the best information I have found on creating materials for TpT. I really didn't feel confident with the other info I had found but I can definitely use Powerpoint.
I am wondering however, how can I create my own fonts?

FortheLoveofLearning said...

Thanks so much Jessica! That is by far the best info I have found on beginning to create products for TpT. I was not at all confident about the other info I found. I am wondering however, how I can create my own fonts. I'd love it if you could provide some tips on that.

Christie Gray said...

Thanks for sharing such valuable information Jess! I am writing a blog series on becoming an online seller (as a lot of Australian teachers ask me about it all the time) so I have provided a link to this page! :-)

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