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10 Minute Guide to PowerPoint 97 (10 Minute Guides (Computer Books)) Paperback – Dec 1996

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The 10 Minute Guide to PowerPoint 97 offers simple, practical help for busy people who need fast results. Through goal-oriented, 10-minute lessons, youll learn all the essential tasks for creating your own powerful presentations. Ten minutes is all you need to learn how to create new presentations automatically with AutoContent Wizard; print your presentations in a variety of useful formats; organize your information into columns and multi-level lists; enhance your text with unique fonts and special effects; enliven presentations with pictures, sound, and video clips; add graphs and organizational charts; master transitions, timing, and animation; and save your presentation in HTML format for use on the Internet.

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HASH(0x8a7daae0) out of 5 stars Powerpoint for the Geek on the go! 3 May 2000
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I'm not part of the Powerpoint generation. I grew up making presentations by hand, drawing on sheets of clear plastic with grease pencils. But I got tired of having to rely on someone else to help me express my ideas. So I took the plunge to learn Powerpoint. This book got me, a programmer, up to speed fast. No foolishness, no trite explanations that I didn't need. Just the facts, in a great tutorial style. I was making my slides, speaker notes and handouts in 10 minutes! (Well maybe not 10 minutes but definitely within a couple of hours :) I highly recommend this book for those of you out there who don't have the time to devote to learning Powerpoint, but need to get their job done.
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