Ed's Second Paper 7-29-2011

Ed's Second Paper 7-29-2011 - New Student Training 1 New...

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New Student Training 1 New Student Training Edmond E. Hallmark Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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New Student Training 2 New Student Training The presentation program chosen for this project is Microsoft Power Point. The program and applications are easy to work in for the audience being taught. Focus is on providing meaningful information in a setting that promotes discussion, interaction, and finally hands-on operations. Microsoft Power point (PPT) was chosen because the U.S. Army uses this program at all levels and in all ranks. Power Point applications allow users to manipulate different types of media and applications. Video, still frame pictures, and any snap and drag tool can be imported to a slide show for presentation. “Death by Power Point”, this thought comes to mind every time a meeting or training is scheduled at the weekly update briefs or corporate luncheons. The applications found in power point are as strongly used to day as when first introduced in 1987 on a Macintosh computer.
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