Lecture 7 - ugba-100 Business Communication...

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ugba100 ugba100 David Robinson © David Robinson, 2009 faculty.haas.berkeley.edu/robinson/ugba100 ugba -100 Business Communication Lecture 7: PowerPoint Animation
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ugba100 ugba100 PowerPoint Hygiene Basic file management
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ugba100 ugba100 File format and back-up 1. The computer where you are speaking may not handle the most-recent version of PPt 2. Always travel with a backup in another medium What will I do if my thumb drive doesn’t work?
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ugba100 ugba100 Your professional image: 1. Don’t let the audience see the “ugly screen” Don’t unblank the projector until you have your first slide projecting 1. [Don’t turn off our projector—select an irrelevant input instead] 1. Have a blank side at the end (again, to avoid the ugly screen)
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ugba100 ugba100 Graphics Be careful about © Copyright
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ugba100 It’s easy to add graphics Find something on the web [Control C] (copy) Over to PowerPoint [Control V] (paste) Drag to the right place, size Don’t forget to re-size
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