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Aldus Persuasion for the MacIntosh
Brown, Karen, 1952-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Wiley, [1990]

Physical Description:
xx, 339 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Format :


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PN4193.L4 B76 1990 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks

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Let the experts teach you the power of Persuasion! Aldus® Persuasion(tm) for the Macintosh Here is the definitive guide to the new desktop presentation software for the Macintosh that is already revolutionizing the way America does business. This dynamic new program offers business people a new level of sophistication in packaging and presenting their ideas. Aldus Persuasion for the Macintosh familiarizes you with Persuasion's impressive presentation capabilities, while offering invaluable insights into creating a winning presentation with your Mac. By going beyond the documentation provided with the software, this handy reference provides you with the inside tips and tricks you'll need to get the most out of Aldus Persuasion. By maximizing the software's ability to integrate text and graphics, the book allows even novice users to create business graphics that explain, impress, and persuade! Written in a format that gives you the option of quickly referencing a topic in summary or exploring that topic in greater depth, Aldus Persuasion also: Presents a clear path for using Persuasion in eight easy steps Provides beginning and advanced tutorials Describes how to tailor Persuasion to your specific needs Explains how to configure and use Mac hardware and peripherals like printers, monitors, and film recorders to create presentations in various media Offers helpful sample presentations, including marketing and sales models

Author Notes

KAREN BROWN and DIANE STIELSTRA were the lead writers on the Persuasion documentation team. Karen Brown has extensive experience in software engineering and technical writing for desktop publishing applications. Diane Stielstra is a freelance technical writer and editor, as well as a college professor.