Microsoft Office System Webcast: PowerPoint 2010: Distribute and Integrate Presentations (Level 200)
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As we dive deeper into Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, we look at the behind-the-scenes options for finalizing a presentation before we share it with others. This webcast explores options such as security features, property management,
signatures, and checking for compatibility with older versions. Learn how to publish your presentation to a website, such as a Microsoft SharePoint site, and how PowerPoint interacts with the other Microsoft Office applications. This webcast covers the following
- Creating a presentation from a Microsoft Word outline
- Embedding and editing links
- Document Inspector
- Digital signatures
- Password protection
- Publishing a presentation
Presenter: Jed Warren, Training Specialist / Office Systems Expert, Microsoft Corporation
Jed Warren has more than 14 years of experience in IT. He has spent the past eight years doing hands-on computer training for New Horizons Computer Learning and for Microsoft. Recognized as the number one applications instructor worldwide for 2006 at New Horizons,
Jed has trained thousands of end users in beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes for over 27 different courses. Jed is a current Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician
(MCDST), and master-level Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Jed also holds Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) and is certified in Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, and CompTIA Security+.
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