Joined: 06 Jul 2010 Posts: 663 Location: Whitby, ON, Canada
I wrote a series of blog articles on our company's internal social media site called "ISPF programming for beginners". It is not in Powerpoint format however.
Part 1 explains how to set up a private ISPF sandbox to play in. Subsequent parts are called: Anatomy of an ISPF panel, ISPF messages, Writing Dialog functions, ISPF Tables, ISPF Variable Pools (links to some excellent articles by Jim Moore), Dialog Test, ISPF Scrollable Panels and ISPF Selection panels.