Ever considered changing the fonts in your presentation depending on the audience size? Or wondered what colors work best for selling? Packed with practical advice you can't find anywhere else, the Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 Bible brings you in "one big book" absolutely everything you need to plan, build, and run dynamite PowerPoint presentations that get your point across.
About the Author
About the Author Faithe Wempen is an A+ Certified hardware guru and software consultant with over 30 computer books to her credit. When she's not writing, she runs Your Computer Friend, a PC consulting company that specializes in helping beginning users get the most out of their PCs, and teaches classes in PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office products to individuals and groups. She also has a master's degree in rhetoric and composition and has taught writing courses at Purdue University.
Table of Contents
PART I: Creating Your First Presentation.
Chapter 1: A First Look at PowerPoint.
Chapter 2: Learning Your Way Around PowerPoint.
Chapter 3: Getting Help.
Chapter 4: Managing Presentation Files.
Chapter 5: Controlling the Onscreen Display.
Chapter 6: Developing Your Action Plan.
PART II: Building Your Presentation.
Chapter 7: Starting a New Presentation.
Chapter 8: Conveying Your Message with Text.
Chapter 9: Formatting Text and Text Boxes.
Chapter 10: Working with Slide Objects.
PART III: Improving the Visual Impact.
Chapter 11: Changing the Presentation's Look.
Chapter 12: Adding Clip Art and Other Images.
Chapter 13: Using the Drawing Tools.
Chapter 14: Working with Graphs and Charts.
Chapter 15: Working with Organization Charts.
Chapter 16: Incorporating Data from Other Programs.
Chapter 17: Pre-Show Presentation Polishing.
PART IV: Multimedia.
Chapter 18: Adding Sounds.
Chapter 19: Adding Videos.
Chapter 20: Creating Animation Effects and Transitions.
PART V: Presenting Speaker-Led Presentations.
Chapter 21: Creating Support Materials.
Chapter 22: Controlling a Live Presentation.
Chapter 23: Presenting from a Remote Location.
Chapter 24: Managing Long or Complex Shows.
PART VI: Distributing Self-Serve Presentations.
Chapter 25: Designing Self-Running Kiosk Presentations.
Chapter 26: Designing User-Interactive Presentations.
Chapter 27: Preparing a Presentation for Online Distribution.
PART VII: Cutting-Edge Power.
Chapter 28: What Makes a Great Presentation?
Chapter 29: Team Collaboration on a Draft Presentation.
Chapter 30: Making PowerPoint Easier to Use.
Chapter 31 Writing Your Own Macro.
Appendix A: Installing PowerPoint.
Appendix B: What's on the CD-ROM?
End-User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.