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Not so actual but the same shocking

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(c) Andrew Tarusov

Same artist and…. guess? Same country !:)

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24
Dec

Oh My …..

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(c) Andrew Tarusov

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Brochure template

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(c)Alena Zhandarova

There is the city in the world. Better to say in Russia which is still terra incognita and mysterious area of various strange things we can’t understand.
This is the city of Ivanovo the center of textile industry where  for every man there are ten young and beautiful women.
They are very different, but all very sad and lonely those Russian Brides from Ivanovo.

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  • Use only one message per slide. If you have more than one message, add a slide.
  • Limit the amount of text on each slide – no one wants to read a JAMA article during your presentation.
  • Use only elements that add to the content of the message. Use graphics that clearly support your message. Good graphics can significantly add to learning, bad graphics can confuse and distract your audience.
  • Maintain a consistent design with regard to colors, font styles, and graphics.
  • You might use a formal typeface like Palatino and a symmetrical layout for a serious issue or you could use a casual font like Comic Sans and an asymmetrical layout for a lighter topic.
  • Have a beginning, a middle and an end. Tell your audience what you are going to tell them, tell it, and then summarize it.

Try this - Write your last slide first – if you don’t know where you are going, it is unlikely you will be able to get there. Plan your conclusion first; know what you want to convey. Make the rest of your slides lead to and support the final result.

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Selecting text and PowerPoint objects.
  • SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the right.
  • SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the left.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor to the end of a word.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor to the start of a word.
  • SHIFT+UP ARROW
Moves cursor one line up.
  • SHIFT+DOWN ARROW
Moves cursor one line down.
  • ENTER
To enter text within an object.
  • CTRL+A in the slide pane
Selects all objects.
  • CTRL+A in the slide sorter view
Selects all slides.
  • CTRL+A in the outline pane
Selects all text.
Deleting text and PowerPoint objects.
  • DELETE
Deletes one character to the right.
  • BACKSPACE
Deletes one character to the left.
  • CTRL+DELETE
Deletes one word to the right.
  • CTRL+BACKSPACE
Deletes one word to the left.
Copying text and PowerPoint objects.
  • CTRL+C
Copies the selected text or object.
  • CTRL+X
Cuts the selected text or object.
  • CTRL+V
Pastes the selected text or object.
Text navigation.
  • LEFT ARROW
< Moves cursor one character to the left.
  • RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the right.
  • UP ARROW
Moves cursor one character line up.
  • DOWN ARROW
Moves cursor one character line down.
  • END
Moves cursor to the end of the current line of text.
  • HOME
Moves cursor to the start of the current line of text.
  • CTRL+LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor one word to the left.
  • CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor one word to the right.
  • CTRL+UP ARROW
Moves cursor one paragraph up.
  • CTRL+DOWN ARROW
Moves cursor one paragraph down.
  • CTRL+END
Moves cursor to the end of the text box.
  • CTRL+HOME
Moves cursor to the start of the text box.
Aligning paragraphs.
  • CTRL+E
Center a paragraph.
  • CTRL+R
Align paragraph to the right.
  • CTRL+L
Align paragraph to the left.
  • CTRL+J
Justify a paragraph.
Changing and resizing fonts.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F
Change the font.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+P
Change the font size.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+>
Increase the font size.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+<
Decrease the font size.
Copying and applying font character formats.
  • SHIFT+F3
Change the case of selected characters.
  • CTRL+B
Apply bold formatting.
  • CTRL+U
Apply an underline formatting.
  • CTRL+I
Apply italic formatting.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN
Apply superscript formatting.
  • CTRL+EQUAL SIGN
Apply subscript formatting.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+C
Copy text formatting.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+V
Paste and apply text formatting.
  • CTRL+SPACEBAR
Removes manual character formatting.
Drawing and formatting.
  • CTRL+G
Show and Hide Guides.
  • CTRL+Shift+G
Group objects.
  • CTRL+Shift+H
Ungroup objects.
  • CTRL+Shift+J
Regroup objects.
  • Shift+Click Slide View Button
Switch from Normal View to Master View.
  • Shift+Resize
Resize and maintain proportions.
  • CTRL+Resize
Resize from center.
  • CTRL+Shift+Resize
Resize from center and maintain proportions.
  • Shift+Rotate tool
Rotate in increments of 15 degrees.
  • CTRL+Rotate tool
Rotate from corner.
  • Shift+CTRL+Rotate tool
Rotate in increments of 15 degrees from corner.
  • Shift+Resize
Extend line along same angle and path.
  • CTRL+ALT+Click using curve tool
Makes a straight segment whilst using curve tool.
  • Arrow Key
Moves object one grid unit in arrow direction.
  • CTRL+Arrow Key
Moves object one pixel in arrow direction.
  • ALT
Releases guide snap temporarily.
  • CTRL+Drag Guide
Creates multiple guides.
Controlling slides in a slide show.
  • number+ENTER
Go to slide number.
  • B
Toggle between black and unblack screen.
  • W
Toggle between white and unwhite screen.
  • S
Stop or restart an automatic slide show.
  • ESC
End a slide show.
  • E
Erase screen annotations.
  • H
Go to next hidden slide.
  • T
Set new timings during rehearsal.
  • O
Use default timings during rehearsal.
  • M
Use mouse-click to advance during rehearsal.
  • CTRL+H
Hide the pointer and button .
  • CTRL+U
Hide the pointer and button after 15 seconds.
  • CTRL+P
Redisplay hidden pointer and change pointer to a pen.
  • CTRL+A
Redisplay hidden pointer and change pointer to an arrow.
  • TAB
Go to the first or next hyperlink on the slide.
  • SHIFT+TAB
Go to the last or previous hyperlink on the slide .
  • ENTER with hyperlink selected
Perform the mouse-click behaviour of the hyperlink.
  • SHIFT+ENTER with hyperlink selected
Perform the mouse-over behaviour of the hyperlink.
Working with slide and presentation files.
  • CTRL+N
Begin a new presentation.
  • CTRL+O
Open existing presentation.
  • CTRL+M
Insert new slide.
  • Shift+CTRL+M
Insert new slide with properties of last inserted slide.
  • CTRL+D
Make a copy of the selected slide.
  • CTRL+F
Find in presentation.
  • CTRL+H
Replace in presentation.
  • CTRL+K
Insert a hyperlink.
  • F7
Check spelling.
  • CTRL+Z
Undo an action.
  • CTRL+Y
Redo or repeat action.
  • F5
Run the presentation.
  • CTRL+P
Print presentation.
  • CTRL+S
Save current presentation.
  • F12
Save As current presentation.
  • CTRL+Q
Close and quit current presentation.
  • F6
Move clockwise to the next pane.
  • SHIFT+F6
Move anticlockwise to the next pane.
The Function Keys.
  • F1
Display help or the Office assistant.
  • SHIFT+F1
Start context-sensitive help.
  • F2
Select the text, or text within a text box.
  • ALT+F2
Save AS.
  • SHIFT+F3
Change the case of selected characters.
  • F4
Repeat the last action.
  • SHIFT+F4
Repeat the last Find action to Find next.
  • CTRL+F4
Close current presentation.
  • ALT+F4
Quit PowerPoint.
  • F5
Launch the current presentation slide show.
  • CTRL+F5
Restore the default presentation window size.
  • ALT+F5
Restore the default PowerPoint application size.
  • F6
Move clockwise to the next pane.
  • SHIFT+F6
Move anticlockwise to the next pane.
  • CTRL+F6
Move clockwise to the next presentation.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F6
Move anticlockwise to the next presentation.
  • F7
Run the spell checker.
  • ALT+F7
Next misspelling with automatic spell checking enabled.
  • CTRL+F7
Execute the Move command.
  • CTRL+F8
Execute the Size command.
  • F10
Activate the main menu bar.
  • CTRL+F10
Maximize the presentation window.
  • ALT+F10
Maximize the PowerPoint application size.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F10
Activate the menu bar.
  • ALT+F11
Display Visual Basic code of the presentation.
  • F12
Execute Save As command.
  • SHIFT+F12
Execute Save command.
  • CTRL+F12
Execute Open command.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F12
Execute Print command.
Selecting text and PowerPoint objects.
  • SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the right.
  • SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the left.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor to the end of a word.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor to the start of a word.
  • SHIFT+UP ARROW
Moves cursor one line up.
  • SHIFT+DOWN ARROW
Moves cursor one line down.
  • ENTER
To enter text within an object.
  • CTRL+A in the slide pane
Selects all objects.
  • CTRL+A in the slide sorter view
Selects all slides.
  • CTRL+A in the outline pane
Selects all text.
Deleting text and PowerPoint objects.
  • DELETE
Deletes one character to the right.
  • BACKSPACE
Deletes one character to the left.
  • CTRL+DELETE
Deletes one word to the right.
  • CTRL+BACKSPACE
Deletes one word to the left.
Copying text and PowerPoint objects.
  • CTRL+C
Copies the selected text or object.
  • CTRL+X
Cuts the selected text or object.
  • CTRL+V
Pastes the selected text or object.
Text navigation.
  • LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the left.
  • RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor one character to the right.
  • UP ARROW
Moves cursor one character line up.
  • DOWN ARROW
Moves cursor one character line down.
  • END
Moves cursor to the end of the current line of text.
  • HOME
Moves cursor to the start of the current line of text.
  • CTRL+LEFT ARROW
Moves cursor one word to the left.
  • CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
Moves cursor one word to the right.
  • CTRL+UP ARROW
Moves cursor one paragraph up.
  • CTRL+DOWN ARROW
Moves cursor one paragraph down.
  • CTRL+END
Moves cursor to the end of the text box.
  • CTRL+HOME
Moves cursor to the start of the text box.
Aligning paragraphs.
  • CTRL+E
Center a paragraph.
  • CTRL+R
Align paragraph to the right.
  • CTRL+L
Align paragraph to the left.
  • CTRL+J
Justify a paragraph.
Changing and resizing fonts.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F
Change the font.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+P
Change the font size.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+>
Increase the font size.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+<
Decrease the font size.
Copying and applying font character formats.
  • SHIFT+F3
Change the case of selected characters.
  • CTRL+B
Apply bold formatting.
  • CTRL+U
Apply an underline formatting.
  • CTRL+I
Apply italic formatting.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN
Apply superscript formatting.
  • CTRL+EQUAL SIGN
Apply subscript formatting.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+C
Copy text formatting.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+V
Paste and apply text formatting.
  • CTRL+SPACEBAR
Removes manual character formatting.
Drawing and formatting.
  • CTRL+G
Show and Hide Guides.
  • CTRL+Shift+G
Group objects.
  • CTRL+Shift+H
Ungroup objects.
  • CTRL+Shift+J
Regroup objects.
  • Shift+Click Slide View Button
Switch from Normal View to Master View.
  • Shift+Resize
Resize and maintain proportions.
  • CTRL+Resize
Resize from center.
  • CTRL+Shift+Resize
Resize from center and maintain proportions.
  • Shift+Rotate tool
Rotate in increments of 15 degrees.
  • CTRL+Rotate tool
Rotate from corner.
  • Shift+CTRL+Rotate tool
Rotate in increments of 15 degrees from corner.
  • Shift+Resize
Extend line along same angle and path.
  • CTRL+ALT+Click using curve tool
Makes a straight segment whilst using curve tool.
  • Arrow Key
Moves object one grid unit in arrow direction.
  • CTRL+Arrow Key
Moves object one pixel in arrow direction.
  • ALT
Releases guide snap temporarily.
  • CTRL+Drag Guide
Creates multiple guides.
Controlling slides in a slide show.
  • number+ENTER
Go to slide number.
  • B
Toggle between black and unblack screen.
  • W
Toggle between white and unwhite screen.
  • S
Stop or restart an automatic slide show.
  • ESC
End a slide show.
  • E
Erase screen annotations.
  • H
Go to next hidden slide.
  • T
Set new timings during rehearsal.
  • O
Use default timings during rehearsal.
  • M
Use mouse-click to advance during rehearsal.
  • CTRL+H
Hide the pointer and button .
  • CTRL+U
Hide the pointer and button after 15 seconds.
  • CTRL+P
Redisplay hidden pointer and change pointer to a pen.
  • CTRL+A
Redisplay hidden pointer and change pointer to an arrow.
  • TAB
Go to the first or next hyperlink on the slide.
  • SHIFT+TAB
Go to the last or previous hyperlink on the slide .
  • ENTER with hyperlink selected
Perform the mouse-click behaviour of the hyperlink.
  • SHIFT+ENTER with hyperlink selected
Perform the mouse-over behaviour of the hyperlink.
Working with slide and presentation files.
  • CTRL+N
Begin a new presentation.
  • CTRL+O
Open existing presentation.
  • CTRL+M
Insert new slide.
  • Shift+CTRL+M
Insert new slide with properties of last inserted slide.
  • CTRL+D
Make a copy of the selected slide.
  • CTRL+F
Find in presentation.
  • CTRL+H
Replace in presentation.
  • CTRL+K
Insert a hyperlink.
  • F7
Check spelling.
  • CTRL+Z
Undo an action.
  • CTRL+Y
Redo or repeat action.
  • F5
Run the presentation.
  • CTRL+P
Print presentation.
  • CTRL+S
Save current presentation.
  • F12
Save As current presentation.
  • CTRL+Q
Close and quit current presentation.
  • F6
Move clockwise to the next pane.
  • SHIFT+F6
Move anticlockwise to the next pane.
The Function Keys.
  • F1
Display help or the Office assistant.
  • SHIFT+F1
Start context-sensitive help.
  • F2
Select the text, or text within a text box.
  • ALT+F2
Save AS.
  • SHIFT+F3
Change the case of selected characters.
  • F4
Repeat the last action.
  • SHIFT+F4
Repeat the last Find action to Find next.
  • CTRL+F4
Close current presentation.
  • ALT+F4
Quit PowerPoint.
  • F5
Launch the current presentation slide show.
  • CTRL+F5
Restore the default presentation window size.
  • ALT+F5
Restore the default PowerPoint application size.
  • F6
Move clockwise to the next pane.
  • SHIFT+F6
Move anticlockwise to the next pane.
  • CTRL+F6
Move clockwise to the next presentation.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F6
Move anticlockwise to the next presentation.
  • F7
Run the spell checker.
  • ALT+F7
Next misspelling with automatic spell checking enabled.
  • CTRL+F7
Execute the Move command.
  • CTRL+F8
Execute the Size command.
  • F10
Activate the main menu bar.
  • CTRL+F10
Maximize the presentation window.
  • ALT+F10
Maximize the PowerPoint application size.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F10
Activate the menu bar.
  • ALT+F11
Display Visual Basic code of the presentation.
  • F12
Execute Save As command.
  • SHIFT+F12
Execute Save command.
  • CTRL+F12
Execute Open command.
  • CTRL+SHIFT+F12
Execute Print command.
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conference, board room, hall board, meeting, consultation, table, debate, deliberation, teamworkThe following instructions are meant to be a brief guide to help you move your presentation from a “source” computer to a “destination” computer with all audio and video files intact. This is the Windows version but we have created a Mac version too.

Creating the package:

  • Open your completed presentation
  • Select “Package for CD” from the Publish menu (Image 1)
  • Begin by selecting “Options” (Image 2)
  • Be sure to check both “Linked files” and “Embed TrueType fonts” then click “OK” (Image 3)
  • Next select “Copy to Folder” and name your presentation with a descriptive name (Image 4)
  • Select the location to save your presentation, such as the ITSMedia PowerPoint dropbox or USB flash drive (Image 4)
  • When you are finished you will find a folder in your destination folder with the descriptive name you provided (Image 5)
  • This folder will contain the PPT file along with other media files and miscellaneous files needed for your presentation
(NOTE: If you would like to enlarge the photo, simply click on the picture.)
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