Chapter 15. Presentation Graphics (For Those Who Need No Introduction)

Once upon a time, even a simple business presentation could be quite a costly affair. The person putting together a presentation would create it using a word processor (or pen and ink) and then transfer all this to a business graphics presentation tool. Alternatively, a special design service might be hired to take that next step. But eventually, the whole thing would be sent to yet another service that would create 35mm slides from the finished paper presentation.

On the day of the big meeting, the old carousel slide projector would come out, and the slides would be painstakingly loaded onto the circular slide holder. Then the lights would dim, and the show would begin. With ...

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