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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2003 by Read Gilgen

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Chapter 17. Printing a Presentation

In this chapter

  • Find out why it’s not always a good idea to print a slide show

  • Explore effective uses for printing slides

  • Learn how to print speaker notes

  • Discover how to create useful handouts

  • Learn ways to print overhead transparencies or to make 35mm slides

You might not realize this, but PowerPoint was originally created to help produce better-looking overhead transparencies. As computers and data projectors became more capable and more readily available, we’ve all but forgotten that information you create for a visual, electronic presentation might also be useful in printed formats.

This chapter explores some of the various ways you can put your presentation in print. It also helps you determine when printing ...

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