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Creating Dynamic Multimedia Presentations: Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 / Edition 3

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Overview

Creating Dynamic Multimedia Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint goes beyond the traditional step-by-step manual by exploring specific design and delivery techniques that lead to superior PowerPoint presentations. Astonish clients, managers, and peers using the skills acquired right here. Prepared by Dr. Carol Lehman, an expert presenter and leader in the business communication field, this resource will ensure that you will design and deliver effective presentations. You will learn specific design techniques that allow you to utilize the full functionality of Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 to develop creative, dynamic, and highly effective business presentations that will set you apart. Covers instructions through Windows XP.

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"I find this text to be outstanding in terms of meeting the needs of our business students. It is basic enough for those with limited knowledge and complex enough to help students with a solid understanding of the program. This text allows students of all levels to succeed in the use of PowerPoint. As an aside, when I first received a copy of this book I went through it and could not believe how practical and clear the instructions were. I have recommended this book to a number of business people who inquired about where to find help on PowerPoint. Even though PowerPoint is user friendly, the tips offered in this text make the difference between delivering a mediocre presentation and delivering an outstanding presentation."

"I have used this text with great success. Before students worked through this text, they assumed they knew all about PowerPoint's features. After they completed the first four projects, they realized how little they actually knew. By the end of the semester, when they had successfully created an interactive web-based presentation, they were very pleased with their accomplishment. Students' comments on the course evaluation suggested that learning to use PowerPoint more effectively was a favorite feature of the course."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780324313307
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 7/26/2005
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.86 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

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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Table of Contents

Project 1. Getting Started with PowerPoint. Project 2. Creating a Basic Presentation. Project 3. Enhancing a Presentation with Images and Sound. Project 4. Creating a Custom Presentation Design. Project 5. Editing for Coherence and Accuracy and Rehearsing for Effective Delivery. Project 6. Adding Creative Animation Techniques. Project 7. Creating Compelling Tables and Charts. Project 8. Developing Useful Speaker's Notes and Professional Audience Handouts. Project 9. Designing an Interactive Presentation. Project 10. Designing Presentations to Reach Remote Audiences. Index.

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