Teach Yourself VISUALLY Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 11, 2008 - Computers - 320 pages
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  • Covers new PowerPoint features including how to create presentation slides, dress them up using templates and graphics, add sound and animation, and present in a business or Internet setting
  • Equips users to present visually charged, captivating slideshows
  • Sophisticated, revised full-color design provides readers with easier navigation
  • Shows users how to make real-world use of PowerPoint 2007 with highly visual two-page tutorials and numbered, step-by-step screen shots in full color on high-quality paper

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Chapter 4 Working with Outlines
Chapter 5 Working with Slide Content
Chapter 6 Using Themes
Chapter 7 Using Masters
Chapter 8 Adding Graphics and Drawings
Chapter 9 Organize Slides
Chapter 10 Adding Action to Slides
Chapter 11 Finish Set Up and Run a Slide Show
Chapter 13 Publish Presentations
Chapter 14 Finalizing and Making a Presentation
Chapter 15 Making a Photo Album
Chapter 16 Customizing PowerPoint
Appendix A PowerPoint 2007 Keyboard Shortcuts
Appendix B Online Resources

Chapter 12 Print Presentations

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About the author (2008)

Lisa A. Bucki is a full-time author and consultant. She has authored more than 50 books, including Dell Guide to Digital Photography: Shooting, Editing, and Printing Pictures; Managing with Microsoft Project 2002; and Learning Computer Applications: Projects & Exercises, 3rd Edition. She also has written a number of online tutorials about topics including Photoshop, CorelDRAW, and digital photography. Lisa’s love of photographing her dogs, plant life, and wildlife blends naturally with her emphasis on photography, photo editing, and communications topics. Her husband, Steve, and dogs, Rika, Sweet Pea, and Jack Black, drag her away from the computer for muchneeded breaks.

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