Presentation Viewing Notes

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You are welcome and encouraged to give this presentation, or to incorporate parts of it or materials from it into your own presentation (you can download the PowerPoint file and edit it). Please leave the author's name and copyright notice in the footer for slides you use. Alternately, give in your presentation (on the title slide or an acknowledgement slide) the URL of the table of contents page referenced above.

Viewing Instructions

These presentations have been converted to a set of HTML pages using Microsoft PowerPoint Internet Assistant. You can view the presentation in three ways:

  1. Each slide is a separate HTML page showing a graphic image, with explanatory notes given below the image. The ">" button goes to the next slide, "<" to the previous slide, and "<<" goes back to the table of contents page. Click on "Go to the table of contents for this presentation!" above to start.
  2. Once you have visited the first graphic image page, you can use the "A" button to switch to "text" mode. Most slides consist of just text, and the text is easier to read in this mode than in graphical image mode.
  3. The PowerPoint file can be downloaded. This way one transfer gets you the whole presentation (good when the net is slow). You can also download a Word 7.0 file that contains all of the presentation notes. You can set up your browser to automatically start PowerPoint (or the free PowerPoint viewer) after the download is finished (this is a one time set up). The "File Type" (or Mime Type) should be "application/x-powerpoint"; the extension should be "ppt". You must have PowerPoint for Windows 95 (Version 7.0 or later) to handle the downloaded file. Alternately, you can download a free PowerPoint viewer (or free Word document reader) from Microsoft (you must be running Windows 95).

    If you use the full version of PowerPoint you can switch to "notes mode" (View->Notes Pages) to see both the slide and the corresponding notes.

    If you use the free viewer, or switch to "slide show mode" (View->Slide Show...) in the full version of PowerPoint, you can click on the "Notes" icon on the lower-right corner of each slide to pop up a Notepad window showing the notes for this slide. You should exit the Notepad window after reading the note (otherwise the Notepad windows will keep piling up as you look at the notes for every slide).

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