Creating Dynamic Multimedia Presentations: Using Microsoft PowerPoint

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South-Western College Pub., 2000 - Business presentations - 112 pages
This brief book focuses on creating dynamic presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. It goes beyond the traditional step-by-step manual by exploring specific design techniques that lead to superior PowerPoint presentations. Lessons and exercises are built around Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, to allow students the full benefit of the latest PowerPoint functionality and features, but will also include explanations compatible with PowerPoint '97.

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Contents

Getting Started with PowerPoint
1
Viewing a Presentation
9
Creating a Basic Presentation
15
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Dr. Lehman is a professor emerita in the Managgement and Information Systems Department at Mississippi State University, an AACSB-accredited school. She has more than 25 years of experience teaching business communication. Dr. Lehman earned a bachelor's and master's degrees in business education from the University of Southern Mississippi, and her doctorate from the University of Arkansas. Dr. Lehman has taught organizational communication, a core requirement for all business majors, and an MBA-level multimedia presentations course. She is a frequent presenter at the national and regional meetings of the Association for Business Communication, for which she and Dr. DuFrene sponsor the Meada Gibbs Outstanding Teacher Award. Her consulting and training activities for industry have focused on multimedia development, business presentations, and written communication.

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