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Kathy Jacobs on Powerpoint: 2000,2002, & 2003: 2000,2002,& 2003 (On Office) [Paperback]

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Demonstrates how to design presentations to meet the needs of every audience. The peskiest PowerPoint problems are investigated - saving to removable media, how to back save, fast saves and other presentation corruptors, the Autoformat feature, video drivers, hardware acceleration and missing slide content.

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I started using PowerPoint in the early 1990's as a trainer developing training materials. Read the first page
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kathy Jacobs tells it all!! 10 July 2004
By Linda F. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I am a college instructor and teach PowerPoint classes and I am also contracted by many large companies to teach PowerPoint to their employees. One of the hardest parts about teaching software is finding a good book that not only explains the software, but is interesting to read and, most of all, captures the FUN of this program. Well, Kathy Jacobs has done all of this in this book. It's easy to read and she doesn't miss a trick. She not only covers the basic step-by-step stuff all the other books cover, but she also covers all the common glitches we run across when using PowerPoint. Stuff like links that break and movies that won't play on laptops - the kinds of things that only a PowerPoint USER would understand. No more do we have to settle for books that only tell how to use the program when everything is working - Now we have a book that shows how to workaround the common problems as well. My hat's off to Kathy on this one. EXCELLENT BOOK!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Honest Approach to PowerPoint 6 Feb 2006
By Barbara Scharf - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I like this book because it's the honest approach of the author that makes it so readable. The book covers more than the "manual-reprinted" books that can be seen for all computer applications these days. And the author really knows what she writes. What lets the book down is production values - it is not very well printed, and the layout isn't great either - look beyond that and the book is certainly nice.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice book, avoidable mistakes 15 Mar 2008
By Felicia Antony - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a nice book, although a little dated. But I still would love to have this on my shelf because it is a book by an experienced author. To be fair, this is not a book for a PowerPoint designer. Rather it is for everyday mom and pop PowerPoint users. Wish it was updated for PowerPoint 2007.
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