PowerPoint 2010 For Dummies [Paperback]
Author: Lowe | Language: English | ISBN: 0470487658
| Format: PDF, EPUB
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Start creating dynamite presentations with PowerPoint 2010
PowerPoint, the number one presentation software, has been revised and improved with the introduction of Microsoft Office 2010. More than 120 million people are using PowerPoint to create business and educational presentations worldwide.
Both new and veteran PowerPoint users will improve their skills with the fun and friendly advice in PowerPoint 2010 For Dummies. Bestselling author Doug Lowe makes it easy to grasp the new features and shows you how to create presentations with pizzazz.
- PowerPoint is used in more than 60 countries to create visual presentations for business and educational settings
- The newest revision to PowerPoint adds new features, an online version of the software, and improved audiovisual and video editing capabilities
- This easy-to-follow guide explains how to create and edit slides, import data from other applications, and add charts, clip art, sound, and video
- Also covers working with hyperlinks, creating Web pages with PowerPoint, video editing, and collaboration via online access
PowerPoint 2010 For Dummies helps you take full advantage of the enhancements in the new version, so you can create more effective and impressive presentations.
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- Paperback: 336 pages
- Publisher: For Dummies; 1 edition (May 10, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0470487658
- ISBN-13: 978-0470487655
- Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.4 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
I learned WordPerfect and Lotus 123 years ago and then adapted to Word and Excel as DOS faded away, but since I've never really needed presentation software, PowerPoint has always been an unused menu item. Recently though, changed circumstances have given me the challenge, need, and opportunity to become a master this program.
While it was not terribly difficult to use the built in templates to create a dreadfully boring stream of bullet points, I've been anesthetized by PowerPoint often enough, that I am loathe to torture my students to "Death By PowerPoint". Playing with the program helped me understand why so many PowerPoint presentations are so bad; it is just too easy to insert text effects and weird transitions that distract from the message of the presentation.
But I've also seen outstanding presentations that conveyed information clearly and persuasively, and to do that, the presenter really needs to understand the program well. This is one of several titles I picked up to achieve that goal.
PowerPoint really is a powerful tool and I do believe that a well crafted presentation can bring clarity and understanding to complex ideas. Now this book is NOT going to turn me into a dynamic, powerful, convincing presenter. But it is showing me how to use the tools in PowerPoint to make slides that are as wordy, busy, complex, and confusing, or alternatively, as spare, clear, and concise as I might wish.
I've learned how to insert graphics, sound, video, and how to use my own photographs or hand drawings as a background or in a text box. While I have not mastered the program yet, this book has shown me that I can record a narration, incorporate animations and even set up a presentation that will run itself or loop over and over again.
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