Re: PowerPoint for the Unenthused
<kcronin -at- daleen -dot- com> wrote
Anybody know any good books for getting some advanced PPT skills together
in a hurry? I know the basics, but will need to become a power user if
this assignment falls on me.
I've searched the archives, and joined the PPT user's group, so the next
logical step is Amazon.....
The one I keep around here is "Using PowerPoint 2000 - Special Edition" from Que books.
There's enough in there to get you up to speed on most of PowerPoint's more useful features.
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