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PowerPoint Books by Geetesh Bajaj

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Last Updated: April 22nd 2010


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Cutting Edge PowerPoint 2007 For Dummies was rewritten from the ground up for the new version of Microsoft PowerPoint.

Detailed coverage on SmartArt, Themes, Slide Layouts, the new interface, and more.

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Special Edition: Using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 is co-authored with Patrice-Anne Rutledge and Tom Mucciolo -- completely redone version of this bestselling book.

Detailed coverage on almost anything you want to do in PowerPoint.

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Cutting Edge PowerPoint For Dummies changed the way people used PowerPoint when it first came out. It still has amazing reviews on Amazon.

Teaches you how you can create cutting-edge content by working element-wise in PowerPoint, rather than slide-wise!

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Should Charts be Animated?

Should Charts be Animated?

Charts are something that are often shared between Excel and PowerPoint - and while Excel gurus may look down at PowerPoint as far as charting is concerned, there indeed is one charting feature that is not doable as well in Excel - and that is animating charts. OK, an Excel guru somewhere may have said that it's great that you cannot animate charts in Excel - after all many PowerPoint users do create a mess with animation anyway!

Learn about the pros and cons of animating charts.

    
Featured Book

Office 2008 for Mac All-in-One For Dummies

Office 2008 for Mac All-in-One For Dummies
This book, authored by Geetesh Bajaj and Jim Gordon is the single most comprehensive content for Microsoft's latest Office suite offering for Mac users. Check the book on Amazon.com...


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  © 2012, Geetesh Bajaj. All rights reserved.

since August 4 2007


  © 2012, Geetesh Bajaj. All rights reserved.


since August 4 2007