Your presentation should be looking good by now. You’ve learned to create and save a simple presentation in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003. You’ve learned to edit, format, and arrange the presentation, as well as coordinate its animation effects, slide transitions, and timing. You’re probably eager to jump up in front of that group and get busy. Well, almost.
For extensive details about working with PowerPoint, see Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Step by Step, by Online Training Solutions, Inc., also from Microsoft Press.
The features of PowerPoint go on and on—in fact, an entire book could be (and has been) written ...