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Microsoft PowerPoint Seminar
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Need to build a presentation yesterday? This seminar will teach you how to create your slides, add graphics and charts, and customize your layout. We will teach you how to animate your slideshow, add sounds & narration, and package your presentation for the road. This one seminar covers all the basics.

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sound is gargled Comment from Matthew Pattison @ 3/17/2015
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Reply from Alex Hedley:

This is an old Seminar, there is a note in the Outline:

"Please note: this seminar was recorded from a LIVE webcast event. The quality of the video is not up to the high standards of our normal 599CD courses. There are a couple of skips and short blackouts during this video, but it is still very instructional."
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 9/8/2008
Veronica, if you purchase the 599CD courses, there's no reason to purchase the Seminar as well. The Seminar was recorded YEARS ago before I was even recording 599CD lessons. It was a live webcast that I did - and all of the material in it is now covered in my 599CD lesson. I just have it still available for someone who wants a QUICK overview of PowerPoint and doesn't want to sit through 10 hours of 599CD lessons.
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Comment from Veronica @ 8/19/2008
I have been looking at power point for a long time.  I plan to buy it.  Now that you have all these new courses...I want to know  if I also get the course  is there a complete overlap or is there anything that is covered in the course that is not covered in the cd's.  

Also, I am interested in knowing if you cover ipods.  Do you cover any kind of interaction  in the cd presentation?
Thanks for letting me know
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 5/24/2008
Hank, I'm sorry but there is no preview available for the PowerPoint SEMINAR, however you can view the first 2 lessons of my PowerPoint 101 Course online.
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Comment from Hank @ 5/8/2008
Is there a sample of Ppt seminar that I can view?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 2/5/2008
Once you register for a course, there is NO time limit. You can come back and watch it as many times as you'd like.
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Comment from Veronica @ 2/2/2008
How long do I have access to this course?Is this an indefinte access just like the cd's.Please let me know.
I am interested.
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