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Date: 2007-09-26
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Aligning & Distributing Objects In A PowerPoint 2007 Presentation
Part 13 of our series of excerpts from PowerPoint 2007 Essential Training
Powerpoint 2007 has a wide assortment of tools designed to make slide creation both easy and logical. In this segment we look at ways to align and distribute objects on a Powerpoint slide page. With these tools you can precisely arrange objects - images, shapes, etc. - so they are aligned in various ways relative to each other or relative to the slide page. You can also use the Distribute tools to precisely distribute the objects on a page.

Creating Slide Transitions In PowerPoint 2007
Part 12 of our series of excerpts from PowerPoint 2007 Essential Training
In this segment David shows how to add visual transitions between slides in a Powerpoint 2007 presentation. He looks at different transitions, including wipes, pushes, fades, dissolves, sliders, spinning effects and many others.

Animating Objects In A PowerPoint 2007 Presentation
Part 11 of our series of excerpts from PowerPoint 2007 Essential Training
In the segment David covers animating objects. In Powerpoint 2007 you can animate almost anything, from text, clip art, even animate the slide itself. You can make objects fade in and out, do wipes, fly-ins, grow, shrink, spin, rotate or even move along customized motion paths.

Adding Video and Animations To Your Powerpoint 2007 Presentations
Part 10 of our series of excerpts from PowerPoint 2007 Essential Training
In the segment David shows how you can add video clips - also called media clips - into your Powerpoint 2007 presentation. He covers the various ways to import media clips from a file or from the Clip Organizer. He also demonstrates the use of animated gifs in your presentations.

Acrobat 3D Version 8 Essential Training: Converting 3D files to PDF
In Part 3 of our excerpts from Lynda.com's Acrobat 3D training, trainer Brian Wood shows how you can convert 3D files to PDF
One of the challenges of sharing 3D CAD documents results from the sheer size of the files and the potential incompatibility among file formats. With support for major CAD applications, Acrobat 3D can now save and export 3D files as PDFs. This allows for easier viewing, slideshow creation, document sharing, and supporting document editing.

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