Thursday, February 02, 2006

[TIPS] - Package for CD in PowerPoint

I've mentioned Sonia Coleman's site before when I mentioned places to go for free PowerPoint templates. She has some nice collections, but they are packaged in .exe files, making them inaccessible for most people at school, and for all Mac users. Still, she has some nice collections. Download and unpackage them at home and email the individual files to yourself at school.
 
But, today's tip refers to one of her tutorials on PowerPoint 2003's feature called Package for CD.
 
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 Package for CD will read your current presentation, identify all links, locate the linked files, and ensure that the link addresses are pathless, so normally you don't have to specify any files that need to be included on the CD.  However, there may be occasions when you want additional files not used in the presentation to be included on the CD.  For example, you may want to include background information, research papers, documentation, etc.  In that case, click on Add Files and use the dialog to point to them.
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