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

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Chapter 25. Organizing, Printing, and Presenting

In this chapter

  • Using personal notes in a presentation

  • Creating a set of handouts

  • Packaging a presentation on a CD

  • Printing slides

  • Running a slide show

After you create a slide show by using the procedures described in Chapters 23, “Quickly Creating a Basic Slide Show,” and 24, “Adding Graphics and Other Flashy Stuff,” the next step is to present the slide show. There are a number of ways to give a PowerPoint presentation, including showing it on the Web, showing it on printed overhead transparencies, and (the most common way) showing it directly onscreen or through a projector.

Using Personal Notes in a Presentation

PowerPoint allows you to add notes to a presentation. Notes are not included when you show ...

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