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Presenting with PowerPoint: 10 dos and don’ts

“It can be the very best friend you have,” says the Santa Ana, Calif., public relations consultant. “But you have to use it right.” Kerr’s two-sided view of Microsoft’s popular presentation and graphics program mirrors a debate coursing through business and academia. While many embrace the values of PowerPoint as a potent business tool, there are others who contend that it’s a drag on effective interaction — that it confuses, distorts and even strangles communication. Read more on the Microsoft site…


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