Re: PowerPoint for the Unenthused

Subject: Re: PowerPoint for the Unenthused
From: Jean Hollis Weber <jean -at- jeanweber -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 05 Mar 2002 07:31:07 -0800

Another one is "Running Microsoft Powerpoint 2000" by Stephen W. Sagman, Microsoft Press; ISBN 1572319410. I did the technical editing on it, which involved testing every procedure, so I learned a lot about Powerpoint in the process. (But I don't get a royalty from sales.)

John Fleming wrote:

<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.

John Fleming
Technical Writer and SAS Programmer
Edmonton, Canada

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