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This eBook will teach you how to use several interesting and exciting features from PowerPoint 2010.
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About the book
This eBook will teach you how to use several interesting and exciting features from PowerPoint 2010. For example how to change the slide layout, insert objects and format slides in your PowerPoint presentation. Another interesting feature is animation. Read this eBook and learn how to apply entry (transition) effects to slides, how to use custom animation and how to use animation schemes.
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Jim gracely ★★★★☆
I've used PowerPoint for years, but it never hurts to see what might be new! The book spends a lot of time on the Ribbon and slide formatting, which seems wasted in an "advanced" book. However, the section on animation and transitions was excellent, and there were tidbits throughout which I will able to use in the future. Thanks for a great book!
Very good and simple 2 understand
Jim R. Turner ★★★★★
Detailed and organized. Anyone who is into animations and would love to learn more on how to use them in presentations must take some time to go through this.