PowerPoint 2010 Bible
Master PowerPoint and improve your presentation skills-with one book!
It's no longer enough to have slide after slide of text, bullets, and charts. It's not even enough to have good speaking skills if your PowerPoint slides bore your audience. Get the very most out of all that PowerPoint 2010 has to offer while also learning priceless tips and techniques for making good presentations in this new PowerPoint 2010 Bible. Well-known PowerPoint expert and author Faithe Wempen provides formatting tips; shows you how to work with drawings, tables, and SmartArt; introduces new collaboration tools; walks you through five special presentation labs; and more.
- Explores the newest features in PowerPoint 2010, the new version of Microsoft's presentation software included in Microsoft Office 2010
- Provides priceless tips and techniques for engaging your audience with compelling presentations
- Covers formatting including tables and working with Layouts, Themes, and Masters
- Demonstrates how to work with drawings, SmartArt, photos, charts, sounds, music, video, and data from other sources
- Explains how to use kiosks, mass distribution, and collaboration-including the SharePoint Portal-while preparing or presenting a presentation
It's the book you need to succeed with PowerPoint 2010 and your next live presentation!
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