That got your attention, huh? Mine too when I first came across this gem of a book by Rick Altman. It’s pretty much all you need to know about what to do – and just as importantly, what not to do – with Microsoft PowerPoint. It has a no nonsense approach to making your presentations better. Mandatory reading for all college students, perhaps??
By the way, Rick Altman is bringing his show to Atlanta in October (the 11th through the 14th). For those of you here in my neck of the woods, Rick is graciously offering a two for one registration here. I’m really looking forward to it and hope to see you there!
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