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That concludes our course on PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts. I hope you've enjoyed this course as much as I have. Personally, I love any computer techniques that allow me to get more done in a shorter period of time. To supplement what you've learned here, you can study PowerPoint 2010's Help Documentation which explores features and techniques you may not have discovered on your own. Also check out my PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video In-Depth course exploring almost every single feature available for incorporating sound and video into your presentations. And there are several more courses on lynda.com to help you create professional quality slide shows.
I hope this course has helped you become a power user. Thanks for watching!
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