Cutting Edge PowerPoint For Dummies
Create PowerPoint presentations with Flash(r) movies, Excel(r) charts, and more
Okay, you've PowerPointed before, right? And you knew there must be more cool things you could do? Here they are! This handy guide gives you pointers on what makes a powerful presentation, tips on using the right formats and templates, and directions for dressing up text, wowing 'em with color, adding action, and much more.
Discover how to
â Tweak and streamline PowerPoint
â Get the most from color
â Avoid amateur mistakes
â Use shapes, fills, and 3D effects
â Add photos, soundtracks, and DVD video
â Deliver your presentation with punch
- Paperback | 408 pages
- 187.96 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 657.71g
- 01 Dec 2005
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
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About Geetesh Bajaj
Geetesh believes that any presentation is a sum of its elements. Everything in a presentation can be broken down to this element level, and PowerPoint s real power lies in its ability to act as glue for all such elements.
Geetesh contributes regularly to journals and Web sites, including
Presentations magazine and the Microsoft.com Web site. He s also a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP (Most Valuable Professional) and a regular on Microsoft s PowerPoint newsgroups. It is from this newsgroup that many of the ideas and thoughts in this book were assimilated.
Geetesh s own Web site at indezine.com has hundreds of pages on PowerPoint usage. It also has a blog, an e-zine, product reviews, free templates and interviews.
Geetesh welcomes comments and suggestions about his books. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Table of contents
Part I: Powering Up PowerPoint.
Chapter 1: PowerPointing with the Best of Them.
Chapter 2: Empowering Your PowerPoint Program.
Chapter 3: Color Is Life.
Chapter 4: Streamlining with Masters and Templates.
Part II: Achieving Visual Appeal.
Chapter 5: AutoShape Magic.
Chapter 6: Drawing in PowerPoint.
Chapter 7: Dressing Up the Text Stuff.
Chapter 8: Adding Images to Your Presentations.
Chapter 9: Pulling in Diagrams, Charts, Equations, and Maps.
Part III: Adding Motion, Sounds, and Effects.
Chapter 10: Listening and Watching: The Sound and Video Stuff.
Chapter 11: Moving On with Animations and Transitions.
Part IV: Communicating Beyond the PowerPoint Program.
Chapter 12: Interactivity and Linking.
Chapter 13: Exchanging Information.
Chapter 14: Preparing and Delivering Your Awesome Presentation.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 15: My Ten Favorite PowerPoint Tips.
Chapter 16: Ten PowerPoint Problems.
Appendix: What s on the CD-ROM.