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Powerpoint 2007 – 3 Good Book Reviews

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Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007 Step by Step (Step by Step (Microsoft))

Product Description

The smart way to learn Office PowerPoint 2007–one step at a time! Work at your own pace through the easy numbered steps, practice files on CD, helpful hints, and troubleshooting help to master the fundamentals of working with the latest version of PowerPoint, including how to navigate the new, easy-to-use user interface. You will discover how to create presentation outlines, work with slide masters and slide designs, add graphics and drawings, and publish your presentations to the Web. You’ll even learn how to add narrations and custom animations–and more! With STEP BY STEP, you can take just the lessons you need or work from cover to cover. Either way, you drive the instruction–building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Includes a companion CD with hands-on practice files.

In fact, I thoroughly enjoyed the entire Step-By-Step series covering MS Office. I strongly suggest any student, curious George or researcher to pick up a copy and read it. I recently purchased MS 2007 Access, Excel, Power Point and Word set in the Step-By-Step series. The authors are concise in their descriptions without being boring and the information is invaluable.

This book contains excellent information for new users of PowerPoint 2007. Explain very detailed each function and have exercises to complement each part. Also, they include a CD with all the exercises and the E-Book.

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Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Step by Step (Step By Step (Microsoft))

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PowerPoint 2007 For Dummies

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I recently purchased Microsoft Office Standard 2007 from one of Amazon’s vendors. I purchased this book because I love the “Dummies Series” of books because they are written with the every day person in mind. I would recommend this book for anyone who wnts to learn more about the particular program..Powerpoint.

This book is not one you read from front to back it is designed to be used to look up certain areas of interest in using PowerPoint. I find this book covers the program very well and helps give pointers on how to use your PowerPoints with Microsoft Producer for creating Videos for the Web

PowerPoint 2007 For Dummies

Product Description

  • New and inexperienced PowerPoint users will discover how to use the latest enhancements to PowerPoint 2007 quickly and efficiently so that they can produce unique and informative presentations PowerPoint 2007 For Dummies
  • PowerPoint continues to be the world’s most popular presentation software
  • This updated For Dummies guide shows users different ways to create powerful and effective slideshow presentations that incorporate data from other applications in the form of charts, clip art, sound, and video
  • Shares the key features of PowerPoint 2007 including creating and editing slides, working with hyperlinks and action buttons, and preparing presentations for the Web
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3.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Plain & Simple

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This is a great series and this book is one of the best. I looked for the simplest, most understandable book that would not take me a year to read through. I hadn’t much faith, knowing how techy books, especially for software, were: complex, assuming you know more than you do. It shows you everything you need to do in a really nice, colorful design. The author clearly knows her way around PowerPoint and her tips alone are worth the price of the book and reviews.

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Plain & Simple

This book is so enjoyable to use, and so simple for your PC Powerpoint software, I could start from square one and complete my presentation in one evening. I wish I could write Nancy and thank her! If you have never worked with Power Point, or think it is too complicated, this is the book for you. Forget the classes, just get this book.

 

Product Description

Get the fast answers–in full color–that make learning the new version of Microsoft Office PowerPoint plain and simple! You’ll become familiar with the new, easy-to-use user interface and learn the essentials for working with Office PowerPoint 2007–discovering how to perform everyday tasks and answer your own questions quickly. This no-nonsense guide helps you learn the easy way to navigate Office PowerPoint 2007 with numbered steps and concise, straightforward language that show the most expedient ways to learn a new skill or solve a problem. You’ll learn the essentials for creating presentation outlines, working with slide masters and slide designs, adding graphics and drawings, and publishing your presentations to the Web–plus more! With PLAIN & SIMPLE, you don’t have to wade through superfluous details. This easy-to-use book delivers fast, precise information–exactly how and when you need it!

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Plain & Simple

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According to USA Today , the Higher Education Opportunity Act requires colleges to release required book lists when students register for classes. Publishers are required to disclose prices and revision information to schools

Internet vendors are set to benefit from the law. The newspaper said that Borders launched an online textbook marketplace recently to buy or sell books with other students or sell them to an outside company. Amazon said that more than 1 million textbooks are eligible for its buy-back program through which textbooks can be exchanged for an Amazon.com gift card.

“Until this year, many schools didn’t give the book list until the week before classes, and you really had no choice but to head to the college bookstore,” said Christine Frietchen, editor in chief of ConsumerSearch.com, to USA Today.

GE credit cards and Buying furniture interest free

Pop into any australian furniture shop  , electronic shop  or Household  ( Furniture bazaar , Harvey Norman , Myer’s etc) goods shops nowadays  and you have the option to buy now and pay later. Now  this can be quite a good option if you are  low on the $$ at the moment but  you will be able to mend all that in the short time and repay the amount. But if not beware it could be instead : "Buy now , pain later" . You would notice most shops wither give you the GE credit card option or the Hsbc Credit card option. The other good option would be  to get a normal aussie  credit card  like  ——————- and just make use of the interest free terms  and pay back the amounts immediately within the interest free period.

Me and my partner recently  got some furniture from osborne park, perth   on a GE credit card ( interest free for a year as told by the salesman)  and happily   assumed that   we could use the credit card  we got  towards interest free purchases  for a whole year towards the max amount of $5000 which was available on the credit card. we had used up $3000 towards that furniture purchase and still had  limit of $2000.

Like it or not when you sign up for this interest free term " they have sold you a credit card for that company"

Before we  rushed  to  get that new flat Screen TV we thought we should check out the  details of the credit card. Turns out  the  credit card company   would not  give interest free terms if the shop you buying  the furniture from does not have the GE interest free term  purchase scheme available with them.

The useful and usable good information we got out of that ( which is rare) is  that if the shop has that interest free terms  , then we would get the interest free term charged from the date we bought  that goods from that shop and not the previous date our card was activated ( but do check with the provider to be doubly sure ).

Now all this is good ..but remember don’t get caught in the debt cycle. i do remember a time when i very happily used my credit card to fund a overseas holiday  and ended up paying  upto $30 to 50 regularly on a monthly basis to the bank as interest which  added up to quite a bit  when i did the maths and was totally not worth it. i went  on baked beans and bread , eased out of those $3.50   take away coffees and  tightened the belt  and ultimately  paid off in 2 lump sums  and doing much better now. 

Word to the wise : "if you getting a credit card , its best to keep a close eye on it – not closed eye"