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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 24. Adding Graphics and Other Flashy Stuff

In this chapter

  • Adding tables

  • Adding pictures and video clips

  • Adding sounds

  • Animating slides

  • Using slide transitions

  • Creating a table of contents or summary slide

  • Adding bullets and numbered lists

  • Using special text formatting

In addition to creating a simple slide show, as discussed in Chapter 23, “Quickly Creating a Basic Slide Show,” you can use PowerPoint to add to a presentation a number of advanced features, such as tables, pictures, and animation.

Adding tables, pictures, videos, and sounds to a presentation is similar to the process for adding objects to other document types that you’ve seen in previous chapters. Slide transitions enable you to animate your presentation to grab the audience’s attention. ...

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