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Table of content
Chapter 1: What Can I Use PPT For?
Tip 1: Slide Content Suggestions
Tip 2: CBT Examples
Tip 3: Churches That Use PowerPoint
Chapter 2: Developing the Content
Tip 4: Building Your Message Table
Tip 5: Number of Presentations
Tip 6: Turn on the Outlining Toolbar
Tip 7: Create a Summary Slide
Chapter 3: Developing The PowerPoint File
Tip 8: Sequential Saves
Tip 9: Multiple Masters
Tip 10: Microsoft Template packs
Tip 11: What text animates?
Tip 12: Get the rights!
Tip 13: Consistant Animation
Tip 14: Master Animation
Tip 15: What do the icons mean?
Tip 16: Avoid these three transitions!
Tip 17: The presentation doesn't show!
Tip 18: Keep track of your slide numbers
Tip 19: Access Custom custom shows seamlessly
Chapter 4: Presentation Fonts
Tip 20: Strikethrough
Tip 21: More on font embedding
Chapter 5: Colors And Color Schemes
Tip 22: Learn more about color meanings
Tip 23: The black and white color scheme
Tip 24: RBG Color Numbers
Tip 25: Add a rainbow
Tip 26: Add a metallic sheen
Chapter 6: Make It Move
Tip 27: Apply this to built slides
Tip 28: Random appearances
Chapter 7: Adding Movies
Tip 29: The best places to get movie help
Tip 30: Looking for a specific CODEC?
Chapter 9: Presentation Linking
Tip 31: Previous slide vs. Last Slide viewed
Tip 32: Turn on Rulers
Tip 33: Go to a spot in a presentation
Tip 34: Play a sound with the action
Tip 35: Send to Back with a lot of elements selected
Chapter 10: PowerPoint And Office
Tip 36: Preventing Excel data from getting cut off when copied to PowerPoint
Tip 37: Using 2003? Check out shared workspaces!
Chapter 11: Keeping Your File The Right Size
Tip 38: Problems with a file you sent out for review? Help is here!
Tip 39: Elements in the presentation but not on any slides
Chapter 12: Printing
Tip 40: No Print Preview?
Tip 41: Other print preview options
Chapter 13: Saving Your Presentation
Tip 42: What is an MHT file?
Tip 43: Get your sounds out of your presentation
Tip 44: My slide show doesn't animate on some computers
Tip 45: Navigation in slide show
Chapter 14: For PresentersGetting Ready To Present
Tip 46: Out of time before you are out of slides?
Chapter 15: Sharing
Tip 47: A quick way to find the Viewers
Tip 48: Don't PnG directly to removable media
Chapter 16: Creating Your Own Template
Tip 49: Showing text on a busy background
Chapter 17: Macros In PowerPoint
Tip 50: Save your work!
Tip 51: Macro Names
Tip 52: Want more button faces?
Tip 53: Customize all of PowePoint
Tip 54: Nothing happening when you click New?
Chapter 18: Producer And Similar Products
Tip 55: Presentation recording tutorial
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORK SECURITY
Practice Exam 1
Answers to Practice Exam Questions
The CISSP and CAP Prep Guide: Platinum Edition
Legal, Regulations, Compliance, and Investigations
Physical (Environmental) Security
Understanding Certification and Accreditation
Continuous Monitoring Process
Appendix C The Information System Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) Certification
Microsoft Windows Server 2003(c) TCP/IP Protocols and Services (c) Technical Reference
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP)
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)
Internet Protocol Security (IPSec)
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
Logistics and Retail Management: Emerging Issues and New Challenges in the Retail Supply Chain
Retail Logistics: Changes and Challenges
Relationships in the Supply Chain
Rethinking Efficient Replenishment in the Grocery Sector
Transforming Technologies: Retail Exchanges and RFID
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems: Issues in Implementation
Professional Struts Applications: Building Web Sites with Struts ObjectRelational Bridge, Lucene, and Velocity (Experts Voice)
The Challenges of Web Application Development
Managing Business Logic with Struts
Templates and Velocity
Creating a Search Engine with Lucene
Building the JavaEdge Application with Ant and Anthill
DNS & BIND Cookbook
Moving a Host
Protecting a Name Server from Spoofing
Reverse-Mapping an Address with dig
Tracing Name Resolution Using dig
Configuring a Name Server to Send Queries from a Particular IPv6 Address
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