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Re: Power Point


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Mar 04 2001 - 17:44:26 PST

        Powerpoint is so easy. You don't need lessons or plans.
It would be good to have someone show you how to get started.
There are templates you can use if you don't want to create your
own backgrounds and theme. You will really enjoy this very
powerful tool once you get started. Find someone who has already
done a few get you started. Do you have access to a digital projector
so you don't have to have everyone crowd around the computer
                                        Woody in KC

Mary wrote:
> Hi
> I am new to Power Point and would like to make some presentations to high
> school students concerning design, drawing,or painting.
> Are there web sites that have such lesson plans or at least outlines for
> setting up the presentations?
> Thank you,
> Mary

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