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Presentations and Reporting - Chapter Summary
Put this chapter's lessons to use in your review of steps in the presentation process and various technology options you might employ. The videos include the following content:
- Organizing and delivering a presentation
- Reporting analyses and information
- Summarizing business reports and proposals
- Exploring various available software for use in designing and delivering presentations
The instructors in this chapter are experienced in their subject areas and will teach you the most efficient and up-to-date methods for organizing, designing and delivering presentations in the workplace. The short videos are interesting and to-the-point, with accompanying text transcripts for times you choose to read the lesson or want to double-check something from the video. In this chapter, you'll watch a presentation about making presentations and can observe first-hand how enjoyable that exercise might be.
1. Microsoft Office and Open Office: Office Suite Applications
Office suite software is a collection of commonly used applications. It typically includes word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database software. Learn how these applications work together to increase productivity in this video lesson.
2. Desktop Publishing & Word Processing Software: MS Word, InDesign & WordPerfect
Word processing software is used to manipulate text and apply a basic design to your pages. More sophisticated design can be accomplished using desktop publishing software. Learn about the functionality of these two types of application software.
3. Presentation Software & Graphic Suites: Purpose & Examples
To make an impact on your audience, you not only need a strong message, you also need strong visuals. Learn how presentation and illustration software helps you make an impact when showing your work.
4. Database and Spreadsheet Software: Excel, Access, dBase & Lotus 1-2-3
Spreadsheet software and database software are both used to organize and manipulate data. Each application has its own unique strengths. Learn about the functionality of both types of software.
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Other chapters within the High School Business for Teachers: Help & Review course
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- Recording & Planning in Accounting
- Accounting Analysis & Evaluation
- Economic Activities & Markets
- Business Markets & Globalization
- Banking & the Federal Reserve
- Business Types & Planning
- Entrepreneurship & Start-Ups
- Basics of Marketing Strategy
- Business Management Functions
- Management Theory for the Business Environment
- Concepts in Human Resource Management
- Resource Management & Training
- Compensation & Performance Review
- Principles of Business Ethics
- Principles of Business Law
- Employment Law Basics
- International Business Strategies
- Verbal Communication in the Workplace
- Written & Electronic Communication
- Computer Use in Business
- Information Technology in the Business Environment
- Internet Technologies in Business
- Business Information Privacy and Security