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At the MVP Summit, PowerPoint MVP (Most Valuable Professional) Sandra Johnson describes how she uses sections to structure the content in her PowerPoint 2010 sales presentations. Sandra thinks of sections as a table of contents or an outline to help sales representatives and other presentation creators keep presentations organized and on topic.
Sandra, whose motto is "PowerPoint Responsibly," is a PowerPoint creative and technical designer. She designs PowerPoint presentations from scratch, consults and performs presentation make-overs, satisfies the need for on-site training, and much more.
Visit Sandra's web site to learn more about the services she and her team can provide, and to download the sample Sections template that she references in this video.
This year's global MVP Summit brought Most Valuable Professionals from all over the world to Microsoft's Redmond campus. This series of MVP video blog posts features a few of those MVPs and their unique views about the upcoming Office 2010 release.
--Joy E. Miller
Your audio and video is out of sync.
Powerpoint its a Wonderful Tool in my website its Used widely ____ I didnt used PS any where ___ :D
Oh c'mon guy's get the buffering right. The jitteriness made the video impossible to sit through.