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I hope you've enjoyed learning about the essentials of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. There is one last tip that I'd like to close on; it's to enjoy the art of presenting. Providing information to an audience with the help of a slideshow can be a lot of fun. If you are selling a product that you believe in, supporting a worthwhile organization, or even providing training on something that you're passionate about, your audience will know it, and that will help you accomplish your goal. I'd like to thank you for taking the time to watch these videos, and everyone at lynda.com for helping me put this together.
I hope you will come back soon for more courses in the Online Training Library, here at lynda.com.
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