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

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Picturing Yourself on TV

Before your career ends, you will most likely not be sending e-mail to people anymore. You will be seeing them, just like you see people on TV. It won't exactly be face-to-face, but it will be very close. One reason communication will have to be more visual is the fact that the baby boomers are past the age of 50. As our bodies get older, the dexterity in our fingers diminishes. As a maturing society, we will demand an easier way to converse electronically than using the verbal banter of e-mail messages. This evolution is inevitable. To prepare for the new age of visual communication, you need to have a better understanding of the following topics.

Playing to the Camera

Maybe you're already communicating on camera for ...

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