PowerPoint Training Sessions: Two Day PowerPoint 2007 Course

Created: Tuesday, November 3, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:32 am

GeeteshI often do PowerPoint training sessions in India for corporates — and yes, that information is nowhere on this site! To make amends for that omission, I am going to speak about my training sessions in this and some future posts.

First, let me talk about my two-day training session on PowerPoint 2007. This is my most successful course and it is geared towards an audience that creates PowerPoint presentations in a typical office environment. On each of the days, I do 4 sessions that talk about PowerPoint usage and creation. The entire course comprises of interactive exercises — and the goal is to help you create better presentations in less time. Along the way, you learn PowerPoint best practices and options that are buried within the PowerPoint interface. For those of you who have just moved to PowerPoint 2007, it’s a great way to learn all the new options available in this version of the program.

If you would like to learn more and want details regarding the curriculum and pricing, please feel free to get in touch through the feedback form on this site.

Picture Courtesy: Rikk Flohr — taken during PowerPoint Live in Atlanta, October 2009

Categories: powerpoint, training

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