Whether you love it or hate it, Microsoft PowerPoint¿the application most professionals turn to for creating easy and polished presentations¿is here to stay. And the new version of PowerPoint boasts improved collaboration and data management tools designed to make you even more productive. If you¿re looking to get quickly acquainted with all of the latest version¿s new bells and whistles, you need PowerPoint 2003 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide, the quickest, easiest way to learn how to add slides, movie clips, sound, animation¿even Web pages¿to presentations using this robust package. Thanks to the book's straightforward, task-based format, you can go directly to the information you need. PowerPoint 2003 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide uses hundreds of screenshots and step-by-step instructions to explain just what you need to know to get started with PowerPoint. Whether you use it as a tutorial or a reference guide, you'll be putting together impressive presentations with professional-looking transitions and effects in no time.
About the Author
Rebecca Altman is a corporate trainer, courseware developer, and technical writer. She is the author of Peachpit¿s PowerPoint 2002/2001 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide and many other computer books. Rebecca has also written user¿s guides for personal computers and has developed content for PowerPoint training videos. Rick Altman has been writing, consulting, and lecturing on electronic publishing and digital design since 1986. He is the author of six editions of Mastering CorelDRAW and is currently preparing to host the debut PowerPoint Live conference in 2003.