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In PowerPoint 2010: Real-World Projects, author Gini Courter uses a real-world project to demonstrate the new features in the latest edition of Microsoft's presentation software. Gini teaches the use of screen clippings and the ability to create one-click snapshots of a desktop during a live presentation. She shows how to apply corrections and effects to presentation images without leaving the application, and add interest to a presentation via slide transitions and animation effects. Gini also uses PowerPoint's new Backstage view to compress a presentation for distribution via email, and demonstrates the review tools from the perspective of the reviewer and the presenter. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing) Hello! I'm Gini Courter. Welcome to PowerPoint 2010 Real-World Projects. In this course, we'll see how to perfect the images in a presentation without even leaving PowerPoint. We'll explore the new video editing tools within PowerPoint for cleaning up video files and we'll work through the collaboration process with a file, highlighting the new review tools in PowerPoint. I'm really excited about this new PowerPoint 2010 release and I think following these real world examples will make it easier for you to apply these new features to your projects.
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