Your first steps in learning a new computer program should help you become productive fast. This manual accomplishes that goal by showing you how to create the most common PowerPoint 2000 documents. These first steps must also be easy to follow. PowerPoint 2000 is a powerful program with so many features that it would be easy for a new student to become lost in its complexity.
The steps you should follow are only on left-handed pages; the figures showing how your screen should look are only on right-hand pages. If your screen doesn't match the appropriate figure, it's easy to retrace the steps until you get it right. In addition, annotations on the figures point out menus, buttons and other objects required to follow the steps.
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The books in this series aim to help the professional user and student become productive fast when learning a computer programme. Divided into modules for ease of use, this text deals with PowerPoint 2000. Each module ends with computer projects, summaries of functions, and self tests with answers.
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Book Description Harcourt College Pub, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 30261422