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Make your next presentation stand out from the crowd.

With everyone using PowerPoint for presentations, how can yours cut through the clutter? Create more impactful presentations – and spend less time doing it – with Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Tricks to Upgrade Your Presentations.

This easy-to-follow Executive Summary shows you exactly how to be more persuasive with PowerPoint – and your success is guaranteed.

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Dear Colleague:

Once upon a time, you could create a stand-out presentation simply by being one of the few people who used PowerPoint.

Not anymore. Everyone uses PowerPoint, and most users do an acceptable job with it.

But do you want to settle for acceptable with your presentations? Can you afford to settle for acceptable in today’s competitive environment?
Whether you’re competing with another company for clients … or competing within your company for finite budget dollars, approval for your agenda or the recognition that leads to promotion … your presentations must be persuasive. The great news is, you can create far better presentations and spend far less time doing it, thanks to Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Tricks to Upgrade Your Presentations.
In 19 succinct pages, this Executive Summary shows you how to tap the full power of PowerPoint 2010. You’ll discover capabilities tucked away in the software and ready to boost your efficiency. Soon you’ll be tapping the right keys to:
  • Create new presentations without formatting slide by slide, and without typing every word.
  • Take old presentations and make them dazzle – no need to reinvent the wheel, just change the rims.
  • Save your presentations so you can reuse your hard work – for example, to comply with a corporate identity change … add a section on a new product or service … include boilerplate or add new legalese … deal with whatever they throw at you.
Not only does this Executive Summary make it easy to do more with PowerPoint, but the summary itself is easy to follow. You’ll enjoy hands-on, learn-by-doing instruction in simple language, supplemented with 33 screen captures that make it even easier to get the point.
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The fastest way to acquire PowerPoint expertise? Learn from an expert trainer, Melissa Esquibel.

A Microsoft® Certified Trainer, Melissa brings you more than 25 years of expertise in both information technology and training. No one is better qualified to show you how to make PowerPoint jump through hoops, so your presentations jump off the screen.

Melissa originally presented this training as a popular webinar. We asked her to translate that event into an Executive Summary with all of the content, even the audience Q&A.

Your training begins with Outline to Presentation. No more typing in placeholders to start building content. You’ll quickly learn how to:
  • Fast-track content in PowerPoint. Let the software do the formatting so you can focus on inputting. You’ll even learn which PowerPoint instructions you can ignore to get on with your work.
  • Fast-track content from Word. Learn how to format Word text so it translates automatically to PowerPoint slides. The most efficient typing? Not having to type at all!
  • Clean up an ugly presentation. Got a deck that’s been around since the Internet was invented? You keep using that presentation because it’s still effective. Now bring it up to date and make a better impression.
The learning continues with Controlling and Managing Formatting. You’ll discover how to:
  • Tap the power of Slide Masters. Gain a real edge with these techniques, unknown by some of the most Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010accomplished PowerPoint users. Free yourself from the tedium of checking huge decks for consistency in fonts, colors and paragraphs. Instantly change an entire deck, too.
  • Easily access Slide Masters. There’s a trick here, because the Slide Masters view looks similar to the Normal view. Don’t worry, Melissa shows you how to make sure you’re in the right place. (You wouldn’t want to do all your work over again.)
  • Modify the master and layouts. Add logos, choose themes, tweak fonts and colors, even create a whole new layout.
  • Control content with Sections. Divide large decks and group slides for easy restructuring, whether you want to change the order or replace blocks of info. For example, the slides on your company may stay the same, but slides on a specific client, product or service may need to change. Sections make it easy.
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You’ve already seen several ways Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 helps you work smarter instead of harder. But this Executive Summary delivers even more value.

Have you considered Applying Effective Animation? The key word here is “effective.” You’ve seen annoying presentations that bounce and spin all over the place. Melissa advises to always animate with a purpose, then shows you how to:
  • Layer animation. Do you have ideas that build on one another, such as steps in a process or components of a whole? Layering lets your presentation build impact.
  • Isolate bullets. Want to emphasize each point alone? Isolating bullets is the way. Change how they enter and exit the slide, and have them all appear at the end if you wish.
  • Apply these effects in PowerPoint 2007, too. Are you using the previous version of PowerPoint? No problem. Melissa explains the minor differences in how you control animation with the older program.
Most PowerPoint presentations also involve Integrating Content from Elsewhere. You’ve probably been doing this the hard way. Instead, discover the easy way to add:
  • Slides from other PowerPoint presentations. The old way: copy and paste, which often messes up formatting. You’ll learn the new, smarter way.
  • Excel charts and tables. Pasting data into PowerPoint was a challenge in the past. It’s more straightforward in the 2010 version – if you know how. Melissa gives you several options.
  • SmartArt. New in PowerPoint 2010, this function lets you create diagrams … make an org chart … even convert bullets to graphics.
  • Multimedia: video and audio. Make your PowerPoint come alive with video stored on your hard drive or linked to a website. Audio options include recording narration, typically used when making your PowerPoint self-directed or converting it to a movie. It’s simple when you know the right clicks.
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Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Tricks to Upgrade Your Presentations give you the full benefit of the webinar, right down to the audience Q&A. It’s all yours with a money-back guarantee.

Melissa attracts big audiences for her webinars, and the attendees always ask incisive questions. You’ll benefit from her answers about:
  • Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010How to quickly go to a particular slide during a presentation (plus a tip for getting back to the slide you came from)
  • How to draw on slides during a presentation (with “Felt Tip Pen” to draw circles or arrows, or “Ballpoint Pen” to write text)
  • How to embed video from streaming sites in PowerPoint 2007 (not as easy as with 2010, but doable)
  • How to simulate a screen capture (you can’t literally do a screen capture, but Melissa shows you a workaround that comes close)
Just imagine: no more struggling to make your presentations pop … no more hours wasted in frustration when you could achieve more in minutes … no more giving up and settling for less than excellence.
The power to make your point more effectively is what PowerPoint is supposed to be about. Your presentations will achieve their full potential only if you can tap the full capabilities of the software. Order Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Tricks to Upgrade Your Presentations now. Make your next presentation the best ever.
May I add a point about value? Many people happily paid $197.00 for this training as a live webinar. You’ll be even happier to receive the same content in the Executive Summary for far less – with no risk whatsoever, thanks to my money-back guarantee.

I’ll leave it to you. Isn’t it worth a few dollars for your presentations to be more persuasive?

Regards,

Phillip Ash

Phillip A. Ash
Publisher
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P.S. It bears repeating: When your presentations stand out, so do you. Becoming more fluent in PowerPoint does more than improve your presentations. It can do wonders for your career, too.

All the more reason to order now.


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