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Making a PowerPoint Handout

We’re updating making a PowerPoint handout as we’ve had a few requests on how to do this recently in MS PowerPoint 2010. Step 1. Open your presentation Step 2: Go to file and select print Step 3: Decide how many

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Printing a PowerPoint Handout

PowerPoints are a great way to present facts, and arrange talking points for a class. But it doesn’t take long before they can get really big. We’ve seen some rather large ones recently (over 50 slides), and if you’ve been

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Getting ready for first day of school. Getting ready for new student orientation. Wall tattoo. Spider plant waiting for the sun. Our new wall tattoo from Liz Wong. Pride 2017 kick-off party decoration. Thank you Eliza C. We're going live! Woot, woot! We have a new heavy-duty electric stapler (up to 45 pages). LGBTQ+ Visibility Project is up. Go see it in the lobby.