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Special Edition Using Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2002 by Tom Mucciolo, Patrice-Anne Rutledge

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Preparing to Print Your Presentation

To avoid wasting paper, you'll want to ensure that your PowerPoint presentation is truly ready to print before sending it to the printer. This includes setting page and print options, customizing headers and footers, and previewing your presentation in the color scheme in which it will print. If you're going to provide hard copy handouts of your presentation to your audience, you'll definitely need to print your presentation. But even if you plan to deliver your presentation onscreen only, it's still a good idea to view your presentation on paper. When proofing a hard copy version of your presentation, you'll often notice problems that you didn't catch onscreen.

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