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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.
Hey congratulations! You made it through PowerPoint 2008 for the Mac Essential Training. Well, I hope you're feeling good and comfortable in this new environment and you should be feeling confident with the many powerful features and functions of this latest rendition of Microsoft's presentation software. And if you're interested in learning more about what's new in PowerPoint and the other Microsoft Office applications in the 2008 suite for the Mac, check that my other title here at lynda.com. It's called Office for Mac 2008 New Features.
Well, this is David Rivers saying thanks for watching and I hope to hook up with you again soon on another lynda.com title.
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