Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 for Dummies

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PowerPoint 2002 For Dummies covers the essentials you need to know to create presentation slides, dress them up using templates and graphics, add sound and animation, and make your presentation in a business or Internet setting. Plus, this friendly guide covers the newest features included with PowerPoint including the updated interface.

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Overview

PowerPoint 2002 For Dummies covers the essentials you need to know to create presentation slides, dress them up using templates and graphics, add sound and animation, and make your presentation in a business or Internet setting. Plus, this friendly guide covers the newest features included with PowerPoint including the updated interface.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764508172
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/15/2001
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Meet the Author

Doug Lowe's 20-plus For Dummies guides have given folks the lowdown on everything from networking and Internet Explorer to MSN.com.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

PART I: Basic PowerPoint 2002 Stuff.

Chapter 1: Opening Ceremonies.

Chapter 2: Editing Slides.

Chapter 3: Outlining Your Presentation.

Chapter 4: Doing It with Style.

Chapter 5: Don't Forget Your Notes!

Chapter 6: Printing Your Presentation.

Chapter 7: Show Time!

Chapter 8: Help!

PART II: Making Your Slides Look Mahvelous.

Chapter 9: Fabulous Text Formats.

Chapter 10: Working with Pictures and Clip Art.

Chapter 11: When I Am Old, I Shall Make My Slides Purple.

Chapter 12: Yes, Master! (Igor's Favorite Chapter).

Chapter 13: All About Templates.

PART III: Neat Things You Can Put on Your Slides.

Chapter 14: Drawing on Your Slides.

Chapter 15: Inserting a Diagram.

Chapter 16: Charting for Fun and Profit.

Chapter 17: Other Ways to Embellish Your Slides.

PART IV: The Special Effects Department.

Chapter 18: Lights! Camera! Action! (Adding Sound and Video).

Chapter 19: Animation: It Ain't Disney, But It Sure Is Fun.

PART V: PowerPoint and the Net.

Chapter 20: Going Online with PowerPoint.

Chapter 21: Working with Hyperlinks and Action Buttons.

Chapter 22: Creating Web Pages with PowerPoint.

Chapter 23: Online Collaborations.

PART VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 24: Ten PowerPoint Commandments.

Chapter 25: Ten Tips for Creating Readable Slides.

Chapter 26: Ten Ways to Keep Your Audience Awake.

Chapter 27: Ten Things That Often Go Wrong.

Chapter 28: Ten PowerPoint Shortcuts.

Chapter 29: Ten Things That Didn't Fit Anywhere Else.

Chapter 30: Ten New Features of PowerPoint 2002.

Index.

Book Registration Information.

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