A program available free to Concordia students for making charts in Powerpoint
Do you use PowerPoint presentations? If so, think-cell – used by most consulting firms - might save you time and enable you to create professional looking presentations. Knowing think-cell could be a valuable skill as you enter the workplace since many employers use the software.
think-cell is free to Concordia University students, faculty, and staff. It takes just minutes to learn watching the short video tutorials available for creating various chart types, including waterfall, Gantt, and Mekko charts. See below for helpful training resources and instructions on how to download think-cell.
How to download think-cell
Log in to the Concordia Student Hub with your netname and password
Click Apps & software
Click ThinkCell to access the link to download the software including the license key
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