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PowerPoint 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-05083-5
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672 pages
February 2011
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Introduction.

Book I: Getting Started in PowerPoint.

Chapter 1: Introducing PowerPoint.

Chapter 2: PowerPoint Nuts and Bolts.

Chapter 3: Finding Your Way around the PowerPoint Screen.

Chapter 4: Planning Ahead for a Solid Presentation.

Book II: Building Your Presentation.

Chapter 1: Inserting and Handling Slides.

Chapter 2: Handling Master Slides and Master Styles.

Chapter 3: Handling Slide Backgrounds.

Chapter 4: Entering the Text.

Chapter 5: Formatting Text on a Slide.

Book III: Communicating with Tables, Charts, and Diagrams.

Chapter 1: Constructing the Perfect Table.

Chapter 2: Putting a Chart on a Slide.

Chapter 3: Putting Diagrams on Slides.

Book IV: Embellishing Your Slides with Graphics and Shapes.

Chapter 1: Drawing Shapes, Lines, and Other Objects.

Chapter 2: Managing and Manipulating Objects.

Chapter 3: Decorating Slides with Graphics and Photographs.

Chapter 4: Decorating Slides with Clip Art.

Book V: Flash and Dash.

Chapter 1: Taking Advantage of Transitions and Animations.

Chapter 2: Making Video Slides.

Chapter 3: Making Sound and Music a Part of a Presentation.

Book VI: Giving a Presentation.

Chapter 1: Giving an In-Person Presentation.

Chapter 2: Speaker Notes and Handouts.

Chapter 3: Creating a Self-Running Presentation.

Chapter 4: Creating a User-Run Presentation.

Chapter 5: Alternative Ways to Distribute Presentations.

Book VII: PowerPoint for Power Users.

Chapter 1: Customizing PowerPoint.

Chapter 2: Creating a Presentation Design for Your Company.

Chapter 3: Collaborating with Others on a Presentation.

Chapter 4: Linking and Embedding for Compound Presentations.

Chapter 5: Automating Tasks with Macros.

Index.

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