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In Office 2008 for Mac: Small Business Projects, author and business owner Maria Langer shows how anyone can build a small business with the tools provided in Microsoft Office 2008. Maria teaches the concepts as she creates documents that every business needs: business cards, letterhead, contact records, and invoices. She demonstrates how the Office applications contain all the functions and features needed to build a strong company identity and communicate with customers. Throughout the course, Maria gives tips from the perspective of a successful small business owner, highlighting the features that she uses every day. Exercise files accompany this course.
Business people are often called upon to make presentations, whether it's a presentation to management about sales results or presentation to a potential client about how your organization can meet his needs, visual aids are often expected. That's where PowerPoint can help. It offers the tools that you need to create professional looking slide-based presentations. Now you might have mixed feelings about PowerPoint or presentation software in general. That's probably because of the way it's often used. Some folks fill slides with meaningless graphics, acronyms the audience is expected to remember, and flowcharts that simply don't make sense.
Others cram all the text they can fit on every slide and proceed to read the slides during their presentation. Still others make slides that are downright boring or worse yet, ugly. I can't teach you how to create a riveting presentation in PowerPoint or how to use a PowerPoint presentation in front of an audience. What I can teach you however is how to create a PowerPoint presentation that include your company branding based on outlines you create in Microsoft Word. That's what the next few videos are all about.
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