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7 books in 1— your key to PowerPoint success! Your one–stop guide to perfect presentations with PowerPoint 2007 Everybody uses PowerPoint, right? How can you make your presentations pop? Check this handy reference with its easy–to–use minibooks! Once you get going with all the cool new stuff in PowerPoint 2007, you find out how to jazz up your presentations with charts, transitions, photos, animation, and even some ultra–cool power–user tricks. Discover how to Plan and create a presentation Use speed techniques Handle master slides and master styles Customize slides with themes and templates Make diagrams and charts Create video slides

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Peter Weverka is the bestselling author of several For Dummies books, including Office All–in–One Desk Reference For Dummies and Microsoft Money For Dummies, as well as 30 other computer books about various topics. Peter’s humorous articles and stories — none related to computers, thankfully — have appeared in Harper’s, SPY, The Argonaut, and other magazines for grown–ups.

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Outstanding Powerpoint reference 21 May 2007
By Kent Baker - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book! Covers all the stuff about PowerPoint 2007 you could possibly want to know, and then some. I make professional presentations with PowerPoint for the photography classes I teach, and it was quite a challenge untill I got my copy of this great book. I use many sophisticated graphics and transitions in my presentations and I was able to quickly learn how using this reference book. I also synchronize slide shows to music using PowerPoint and the material in this book was invaluable in that endeavor. Highly reccomend it!
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Very helpful 14 Jun 2009
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I'm not a power user, so this easy reference book is helpful. My kids use it too! Never be ashamed to get tech manuals!
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PowerPoint 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies 13 Nov 2011
By Darrell Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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Another great "Dummies" tutorial ! Although I have worked in power point for many years, after buying this book, I soon learned I was only "scratching the surface" on the true power and performance features built into Microsoft PowerPoint. And the best part was, it is easy going through this book and seeing great results on screen. Strong presentations, professional looking, lots of shortcuts and secrets revealed in this book. I recommend this book for anyone looking to unlock the secrets to the "Power" in PowerPoint.
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Power Point for Dummies 6 July 2011
By Greg McNulty - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent book, though does not discuss use of ctrl and alt shift, etc keys to center, move and orient text. Otherwise, I am amazed at how well it is written and what I am learning as a novice.
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Great reference material 22 April 2013
By John Falone - Published on Amazon.com
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These are just great, simple reference books for finding out how to get more out of the product you are using. A lot of pro tips, and tricks that make using MS Office stuff easier and quicker. Learn how to do more simple, easy, and right.
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