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From the most basic to the very advanced, instructor David Rivers explores the application's possibilities in PowerPoint 2008 for Mac Essential Training. David teaches users how to create, edit, and share professional slideshows and presentations. He demonstrates how to efficiently navigate presentations, apply custom themes, place and edit text, images, and multimedia files; and bring the whole package together for a self-running or manual slideshow. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi and welcome to PowerPoint 2008 for the Mac Essential Training. I'm David Rivers. You know this latest version of PowerPoint for the Mac has gone through some major changes. So we're going to begin this title by getting comfortable in our new surroundings before moving on to the incredible features and functions that make PowerPoint the world's most popular presentation software application. You'll learn to create dynamic and exciting presentations in this title while saving tons of time and effort in the process. If you have the CD or you're a premium subscriber, you can download the exercise files and follow along with me.
Now if you don't have access to the exercise files, don't worry about it. You can learn a lot just by sitting back and watching. Now we do have a good deal to cover so let's get started.
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