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Powerpoints for Your Classroom
Use the following presentation outlines to add variety.
Below is a visual illustration of the available presentation outlines. They are categorized by usage, vertically, and style, horizontally. Click on an image to open the selection in Powerpoint, then save to your harddrive.
It is possible to create a Powerpoint Template, using one of the slides in each set. Saved as a template, each slide you start would have the same visual appearance (e.g., a red border on each page with the picture showing up on each page). Please call us for detailed instructions or to have your favorite converted to a template for you.
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