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PowerPoint is a commercial presentation program developed by Microsoft. This proprietary software is part of the Microsoft Office suite, and runs on Apple’s Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

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How do you add an icon and hyperlink to a document?

On Insert tab,first highlight text you want to put hyperlink,or just press hyperlink and icon can be added through insert-picture or insert-object

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Where is the undo button located?

Since Office 2007 it is located in the top left corner of the page in the Quick Access toolbar. You can also use the Ctrl - Z shortcut key to undo things.

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What is another name for PowerPoint?

what is an other name power point

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What is rehearse timings for?

The "Rehearse Timings" option is an option that allows you to rehearse the time it takes to go through a slide, and then, you stop the time so that when you present the PowerPoint, each slide you've rehearsed the timing of transitions for will change about the same time you are done. Instead of having to click every time to do something (change slides, have pictures enter, etc.) it will do it on its own and run through it with your timings.

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What is a basic unit of a PowerPoint presentation?

The individual parts of a PowerPoint presentation are called slides.

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What are the Advantages of PowerPoint than chalk and talk?

Powerpoint allows you to pre-prepare your lectures. You can have everything ready to go and organised in a nice fashion. You will have less mistakes that you could make if you are writing as you teach. You can pay more attention to your students. You will be able to give a more structured lecture as you will have everything in it. You will have more control over what you are teaching them. When giving the lecture you won't have to be doing any writing which would slow you down. Even if you do discover that you left something out, you can talk about it or if necessary do some writing on a board that you would have. You can have notes printed from your show to give to your students, or the slides themselves already printed and given out, reducing the amount of notes they have to make, which gives them more time to concentrate on the presentation and what you are teaching them.

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What is the important of text in multimedia project?

-menus for navigation

-interactive buttons

-fields for reading-->>(online newspaper)

-HTML documents-->>(HTML programme)

-symbol and icons.

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Differentiate of Microsoft Word2007 and Microsoft Word 2003?

microsoft 2007 is easy to than microsoft 2003..thats why the microsoft has no virus

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What slide transition rules?

A good rule of thumb is to only use slide transitions that you have heard of from the movie industry such as cut or fade. Then only change them when you have a major change in theme. Such as Part 1 and Part 2 would feature only two transition types -one for each part.

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Also called a slide show?


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What is a guided presentation?

I am working on a guided presentation now for my IB diploma. It's basically when you lead a group in a paideia, "fishbowl discussion", etc. You would do this by first talking for a few minutes (based on the length of your presentation) about your goals for the discussion, as well as introducing the topics, setting any operant definitions, etc. During the discussion, let the group members talk about the points that you want them to talk about. This means that you won't dominate the whole conversation; rather, you will guide them (hence the "guided presentation") in the direction that you want to go. An effective presentation is steered in the direction you are headed by slight comments and suggestions to the group. Hope this helps!

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The two tabs displayed in the SmartArt contextual tool are Design and?

The two tabs which are displayed in the SmartArt contextual tabs are The SmartArt Tools Design tab and The SmartArt Tools Format tab.

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What is the shapes definition in PowerPoint?

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Definition of normal view in power point?

It is the view that is given as soon as the powerpoint it loaded; without any changes to the viewing.

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What is the definition of design?

the act of working out the form of something (as by making a sketch or outline or plan); "he contributed to the design of a new instrument" blueprint: something intended as a guide for making something else; "a blueprint for a house"; "a pattern for a skirt" # a decorative or artistic work; "the coach had a design on the doors" make a design of; plan out in systematic, often graphic form; "design a better mousetrap"; "plan the new wing of the museum" purpose: an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions; "his intent was to provide a new translation"; "good intentions are not enough"; "it was created with the conscious aim of answering immediate needs"; "he made no secret of his designs" create designs; "Dupont designs for the house of Chanel" conceive or fashion in the mind; invent; "She designed a good excuse for not attending classes that day" a preliminary sketch indicating the plan for something; "the design of a building" invention: the creation of something in the mind intend or have as a purpose; "She designed to go far in the world of business"
to work out the form or structure of something, usually making a pattern, sketch or a plan

tha design is the wanderfull heand

Design is a planned response to a situation. Design will follow a process of creative exploration and elimination and refine prototypes towards a final solution.

Design differs from simple creativity through the addition of the design process.

Different fields of design have more refined definitions of design. For example graphic design is the art of communicating a message from a client through a medium such that it is understood by an audience.

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What do you call the way things are arranged on a slide?


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How do you access note master on PowerPoint?

You can access Notes Master in PowerPoint 2010 by selecting View tab on the Ribbon and within the Master Views group click the Notes Masterbutton.

You can learn more about Views in PowerPoint 2010: At indezine site

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What are the advantages of using electronic presentation?

* It can give a visual explanation of what you are trying to say.

• It can be used to reinforce important information

• It can be used to link complex ideas - themes, build up diagrams etc

• It can be used to summarise information

• It can be used to give further definition of information

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What are the components of Microsoft PowerPoint?

title bar
text area
scroll bar

1.Title Bar-Display the application name,file name and various window controlled like minimize button,maximize button and close button.

2.Menu Bar- Different options for selection.

3.Standard Tool Bar-Displaed by default,allows to give common commands like save file,open file,print etc.

4.View Bar-This is used to change the view of the screen.

5-The Drawing Palette-This is used to draw different shapes.

6.Formatting Tool Bar-Allows the user to give commands related to formatting cells and cell contents like Bold ,Font Size,Colour,Style etc.

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Differentiate between slide show view and slide view in MS-power point?

Slide show view means it starts from the beginning and shows you the entire slide show to the end. Slide view means it starts from the current slide you are working on and continues the slide show from there, if there are any after it.

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Beh 225 week 3 checkpoint PowerPoint presentation of intelligence?

1.(Points: 2)Access is a ____.

1. file management system

2. workbook management system

3. word processing software tool

4. database management system

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2.(Points: 2)In Access, a(n) ____ consists of a collection of tables, each of which contains information on a specific subject.

1. database

2. tuple

3. object

4. relation

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3.(Points: 2)____ words are words that have a special meaning to Access and cannot be used for the names of fields or tables.

1. Significant

2. Special

3. Reserved

4. Restricted

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4.(Points: 2)In Access, table and field names can be up to ____ characters in length.

1. 64

2. 32

3. 255

4. 128

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5.(Points: 2)A field whose data type is ____ can contain any characters.

1. Alpha

2. Normal

3. Lookup

4. Text

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6.(Points: 2)A(n) ____ data type can store a variable amount of text or combination of text and numbers where the total number of characters may exceed 255.

1. Unlimited

2. Memo

3. Variable

4. Character

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7.(Points: 2)A saved database is referred to as a ____.


2. databook

3. file

4. template

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8.(Points: 2)In addition to the top-level tabs, Access displays other tabs called ____ tabs that display when you perform certain tasks or work with certain objects such as datasheets.

1. tiered

2. sublevel

3. contextual

4. subtype

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9.(Points: 2)One way to create a table, is to click ____ on the Ribbon and then click the Table button.

1. Add

2. Create

3. New

4. Insert Table

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10.(Points: 2)You only can delete a primary key in ____ view.

1. Print Preview

2. Design

3. Datasheet

4. Layout

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11.(Points: 2)To undo the most recent change to a table structure, click the ____ button on the Quick Access Toolbar.

1. Undo

2. Cancel

3. Back

4. Escape

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12.(Points: 2)To change the name of a field, right-click the column heading for the field, click ____ on the shortcut menu, and then type the desired field name.

1. Rename Field

2. Change Field

3. Rename Column

4. Change Column

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13.(Points: 2)To insert a field between existing fields, right-click the column heading for the field that will follow the new field, and then click ____ on the shortcut menu.

1. Add Field

2. Insert Column

3. Add column

4. Insert Field

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14.(Points: 2)In the accompanying figure, the small box or bar to left of each field is called the ____.

1. field bar

2. field selector

3. current field bar

4. row selector

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15.(Points: 2)

Figure 1-2

In the accompanying figure, the key symbol that appears in the row selector for the Client Number field indicates that Client Number is the ____ for the table.

1. primary key

2. foreign key

3. principal key

4. main key

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16.(Points: 2)

Figure 1-2

In the accompanying figure, you would save the changes to the structure of the table by clicking the Save button on the ____.

1. Home tab

2. status bar

3. Quick Access Toolbar

4. title bar

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17.(Points: 2)To open a table in Design view, right-click the table in the Navigation Pane and then click ____ on the shortcut menu

1. Table Design

2. Design View

3. Structure View

4. Layout View

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18.(Points: 2)To add a record to a table, click the ____ record button.

1. Insert

2. New (blank)

3. Add New

4. Last

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19.(Points: 2)To quit Access, click the ____ button on the right side of the Access title bar.

1. End

2. Close

3. Quit Access

4. Quit

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20.(Points: 2)To hide the Navigation Pane, click the ____ Button.

1. Navigation Bar Show/Hide

2. Hide Navigation Pane

3. Shutter Bar Open/Close

4. Close Pane

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21.(Points: 2)To preview and then print a table, select the table, click the Office Button, point to the Print command arrow to display the Print submenu, and then click ____ on the Print submenu.

1. Report View

2. Print Preview

3. Preview/Print

4. Preview View

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22.(Points: 2)To change the print orientation from portrait to landscape, click the ____ button on the Print Preview tab.

1. Orientation

2. Landscape

3. Switch Orientation

4. Portrait/Landscape

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23.(Points: 2)If a field has a Number data type, you can change the ____ property to Fixed to set a fixed number of decimal places.

1. Field Size

2. Format

3. Caption

4. Decimal

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24.(Points: 2)To create a report using the Report Wizard, click ____ on the Ribbon and then click the Report Wizard button.

1. Create

2. Report

3. New Object

4. Insert

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25.(Points: 2)A(n) ___ combines both a datasheet and a form.

1. AutoForm

2. split form

3. simple form

4. DataForm

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26.(Points: 2)To back up a database, use the ____ command on the Office Button menu.

1. Backup

2. Options

3. Manage

4. Data Tools

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27.(Points: 2)If a Security Warning appears when you open a database, click the ____ button to display the Microsoft Office Security Options dialog box.

1. Warning

2. Customize

3. Security

4. Options

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28.(Points: 2)To view the results of a query, open it by right-clicking the query in the Navigation Pane and clicking ____ on the shortcut menu.

1. Open

2. Run

3. Design View

4. Datasheet View

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29.(Points: 2)To print a query without first opening it, select the query in the Navigation Pane and then click the Office Button, point to Print on the Office Button menu, and then click ____ on the Print submenu

1. Quick Print

2. Preview Query

3. Run and Print

4. Print Query

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30.(Points: 2)You can click either the View button or the ____ button on the Ribbon to execute a query.

1. Select

2. Results

3. Run

4. Execute

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31.(Points: 2)To create a new query in Design view, click Create on the Ribbon to display the Create tab and then click the ____ button to create a new query.

1. Select Query

2. Query Design

3. Design View

4. Query

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32.(Points: 2)

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In the accompanying figure, the lower pane in the window where you enter criteria is called the ____.

1. query grid

2. show grid

3. criteria grid

4. design grid

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33.(Points: 2)

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In the accompanying figure, you can enter FD89 in the ____ row of the Client Number field to find all clients whose client number is FD89.

1. or

2. Sort

3. Show

4. Criteria

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34.(Points: 2)

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In the accompanying figure, you can find all clients whose names begin with Be, by entering _____ in the Criteria row of the Client Name field.

1. Be?

2. Be&

3. Be..

4. Be*

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35.(Points: 2)To find all individuals whose name is Tom or Tim, enter ____ in the Criteria row of the appropriate column.

1. T$m

2. T?m

3. T#m

4. T&m

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36.(Points: 2)To create a parameter query, enter a parameter rather than a specific value as a criterion in the design grid. The parameter must be enclosed in _____.

1. square brackets [ ]

2. parentheses ( )

3. single quotes ''

4. curly braces { }

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37.(Points: 2)To save a query, click the Save button on the ____.

1. Create tab on the Ribbon

2. status bar

3. Home tab on the Ribbon

4. Quick Access Toolbar

Save Answer

38.(Points: 2)

Figure 2-2

In the accompanying figure, the criterion for Current Due is 0. To find all clients whose current due amount is greater than $10,000.00, erase the 0 and enter _____ in the Criteria row of the Current Due column.

1. > 10,000

2. > 10000

3. > $10000

4. > $10,000

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39.(Points: 2)

Figure 2-2

In the accompanying figure, the criterion for Current Due is 0. To find all clients whose current due amount is $20,000.00, erase the 0 in the Current Due column and enter _____ in the Criteria row of the Amount Paid column.

1. =$20,000

2. 20,000

3. =20,000

4. 20000

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40.(Points: 2)To sort records in a query, specify the sort order in the _____ row of the design grid below the field that is the sort key.

1. Show

2. Order

3. Criteria

4. Sort

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41.(Points: 2)To omit duplicates from a query, use the property sheet and change the Unique Values property to _____.

1. Off

2. No

3. Yes

4. On

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42.(Points: 2)Use a query to _____ tables; that is, to find records in two tables that have identical values in matching fields.

1. join

2. concatenate

3. merge

4. combine

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43.(Points: 2)To include calculated fields in queries, enter a name for the calculated field, a(n) _____, and then the expression in one of the columns in the Field row.

1. semi-colon (:)

2. exclamation point (!)

3. equal sign (=)

4. colon (:)

Save Answer

44.(Points: 2)To display the entire entry for a calculated field, select the column in the Field row, right-click to display the shortcut menu, and then click ____.

1. Resize

2. Enlarge

3. Magnify

4. Zoom

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45.(Points: 2)To change the caption for a field in a query, click the field in the design grid, click the _____ button on the Design tab, click the Caption box, and enter the new caption.

1. Format

2. Caption

3. Property Sheet

4. Query

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46.(Points: 2)To include the Total row in the design grid, click the _____ button on the Design tab.

1. Aggregate

2. Totals

3. Statistics

4. Calculations

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47.(Points: 2)To find the average amount paid amount for a client, select _____ as the entry in the Total row for the Amount Paid column.

1. Median

2. AVG

3. Average

4. VAR

Save Answer

48.(Points: 2)To indicate grouping in Access, select _____ as the entry in the Total row for the field to be used for grouping.

1. Group By

2. Same

3. Where

4. Like

Save Answer

49.(Points: 2)To show the Navigation Pane if it is hidden, click the ____ Button.

1. Show

2. Shutter Bar Open/Close

3. Show/Hide

4. Restore

Save Answer

50.(Points: 2)To quit Access, click the ____ button on the right side of the Access title bar.

1. Exit

2. Close

3. Quit

4. Stop

Save Answer

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What function keys do you press to run a slide show starting with the first slide?

The F5 key will start the slide show from the first slide.

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Which songs are appropriate for a school graduation slide show presentation?

these are great ones:wonderful journey by Richard marx and Donna Lewis

my wish by rascal flatts

whenever you remember by Carrie Underwood

this is my now by jordin sparks

find your wings by mark harris

good riddance (time of your life) by green day

butterfly fly away (if you can play only past 1:09) by Miley Cyrus&billy ray Cyrus

i will remember you by Sarah mclachlan

there youll be by faith hill

these are the days by 10000 maniacs

we can go anywhere by Jesse McCartney

graduation (friends forever) by vitamin c

-hope that helps!

Good Riddance by Green Day

Photograph"Photograph" by Nickelback is perfect for a school graduation slide show. These Were The DaysIt came to me that you should use a song called "These were the days". I looked some up on and it had some that had some appropriate words by some popular groups, but I didn't know how the music sounded. Big Time"Big Time" by Peter Gabriel is one we had for ours. I'm assuming that the words "Big Time" meant that graduation is big time. Graduation"Graduation" by Vitamin C is a classic for graduation.

Big Time ?? Kind of amuzing when you think about this song being used at a graduation.

What most people don't realize is that the song Big Time was meant to be entirely "tongue in cheek" ! Peter Gabriel was poking fun at the entire American yuppie culture (specifically, what was going on the 80's). Europeans, for the most part, see Americans as fat, dumb, lazy, greedy pigs (unfortunately, not entirely wrong in many cases - many of us Americans don't feel any self worth unless we have the bigger house, the bigger car, the food, the bigger bank account, etc). The whole song is kind of a 3 min long insult to our capitalist culture! So there you go - Happy Graduation !!


Try Freedom by the Rolling Stones (or, more recently done by the Soup Dragons).

HERE ARE A TON:Lsited below are some really good graduation songs that would be ideal played at a graduation party or ceremony.

I hope you like this list and can manage to pick quite a number of good graduation songs from it that you like.

1. Together by Jack Hartmann

2. Each of Us Is a Flower by Charlotte Diamond

3. Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson

4. I Hope You Dance by Lee Ann Womack

5. Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) by Baz Luhrmann

6. On My Way by Phil Collins

7. Winds of Change by Scorpions

8. Time of your life by Green day

9. I'm Moving On by Rascal Flatts.

10. What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong

11. Make It Happen by Mariah Carey

12. The River by Garth Brooks

13. There You'll Be by Faith Hill

14. On My Way by Phil Collins

15. Whenever You Remember by Carrie Underwood

16. Your Raise Me Up by Josh Groban

17. Farewell by Raymond Lauchengco

18. The Final Countdown by Europe

19. I've had the Time of my life by Dirty Dancing

20. We are the Champions by Robbie Williams & Queen

21. We Go Together by Grease

22. These are Special Times by Christina Aguilera

23. Momma Used to Say by Rick James (minus the third verse)

24. Go with Kings in Castles by Michael Tolcher.

25. I'm Not Gonna Cry by Corey Smith

26. Cast of Rent by Seasons of Love

27. Graduation Day by Dropline

28. Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 by Pink Floyd

29. Long and Winding Road by The Beatles

30. Imagine by John Lennon

31. Seasons of Love by RENT the Musical

32. Graduation Day by Chris Isaak

33. I Will Remember You by Sarah McLauchlan

34. Teenage Dirtbag by Wheatus

35. Our Lives By The Calling

36. Here In This Diary by the Ataris

37. Hey Hey, My My by Neil Young

38. Last Goodbye by Jeff Buckley

39. Lovesong by The Cure

40. God Only Knows by The Beach Boy

41. Tuesday's Gone by Metallica

42. Dare You Move by Switchfoot

43. Give it up by The Format

44. Vienna by Billy Joel

45. Wide Open Spaces by Dixie Chicks

46. Forever Young by Bob Dylan

47. The Freshman by Mustard Plug

48. I Dont Wanna Be by Gavin Degraw

49. Ramble On by Led Zeppelin

50. Carry On My Wayward Son by Kansas

51. The Kilburn High Road by Flogging Molly

52. Wish you Were Here by Pink Floyd

53. Running by No Doubt

54. Wish You Were Here by Incubus

55. Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve

56. Time is on my Side by Rolling Stones

57. I Want to Break Free by Queen

58. Wonderwall by Oasis

59. Tonight by Red Hot Chili Peppers

60. Holy Grail by Hunters and Collectors

61. Alex Lloyd by Amazing

62. The Dance by Garth Brookes

63. Amazing by Aerosmith

64. Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding

65. I'll Be Missing You by Puff Daddy

66. Crash by Dave Matthews

67. American Pie by Don McClean

68. Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd

69. Lean On Me by bill withers

70. There You'll Be by faith hill

71. Graduation Day by Ghoti Hook

72. Graduation Day by Value Pac

73. Don't Look Back by Boston

74. A moment like this by Kelly Clarkson

75. The Best Times by Styx

76. I will Remember You by Sarah McLachlan

77. The Worlds Greatest by R. Kelly

78. Lean on Me by Al Green

79. Stand By me by Ben R. King

80. Where Everybody Knows Your Name by Theme from Cheers

81. Goodbye to You by Michael Branch

82. You'll never Stand Alone by Whitney Houston

83. Goodbye by Spice Girls

84. Here's to the Night by Eve 6

85. Changes by Tupac

86. The Middle by Jimmy Eat World

87. We are the Champions by Queen

88. Times to Remember by Billy Joel

89. Theme from "Friends"

90. The Last Song by All American Rejects

91. The Anthem by Good Charlotte

92. Closing Time by Semisonic

93. Count on Me by Whitney Houston

94. Graduate by Third Eye Blind

95. When I Fall by Josh Groban

96. Smashing Pumpkins Lyrics by N/A

97. Free by Faith Hill

98. Building A Better World by Pater and Ellan Allard

99. Building Our World by Joe Crone

100. Everone Has Strenghts by Cathy Bollinger

And more good graduation songs:

101. I Am Jewel Of by Nancy Schimmel

102. Leave The World by Charlotte Diamond

103. Lifelong learners by Marla Lewis

104. A Light That Always by Bill Harley

105. One Small Voice by Jack Hartmann

106. Roots And Wings by Charlotte Diamond

107. We All Laugh In by Marla Lewis

108. We Can Move The World by Joe Crone

109. When I Am Strong by David and Jenny Heitler-Klevans

110. In My Life by The Beatles

111. This Is Goodbye By Honestly

112. School's Out By Alice Cooper

113. Stone In Love By Journey

114. Moments To Remember By Four Lads

115. Thank You By Dido

116. If We Hold On Together By Diana Ross

117. These Words (I Love You, I Love You) By Natasha Bedingfield

118. Fidelity By Regina Spektor

119. Time To Say Goodbye By Sarah Brightman

120. All Kinds Of Everything By Terry Hall And Snead O'Connor

121. Memories By Within Temptation

122. Don't You Forget About Me by Simple Minds

123. The Long And Winding Road by Lennon And McCartney

124. Forever by Rod Stewart

125. Soundtrack by Ashley Parker Angel

126. Say Goodbye by S Club

127. Goodbye By Spice Girls

128. Remember Me This Way by Jordan Hill

129. I'll Be there For You by Remembrandt

130. I Will Remember You by Madonna

131. The Freshman By Verve Pipe

132. Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon And Garfunkel

133. Your Gonna Miss This by Trace Adkins

134. Kings in Castles by Michael Tolcher

135. Best Days by Graham Colton

136. Never say Goodbye by Bon Jovi

137. We May never Pass This Way Again by Seals and Croft

138. The Way We Were by Barbra Streisand

139. Letter To Me by Brad Paisley

140. Who Says You Can't Go Home by Bob Jovi

141. I'm Alright by Jodee Messina

142. Carlene by Phil Vassar

143. The Journey by Lea Salonga

144. Power Of One by Donna Summer

145. I Can From The Film Do Re Mi

146. Will Of The Wind by Jim Photoglo

147. Climb Every Mountain From The Sound Of Music

148. A Hero Comes Home by Idina Menzel

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What are the advantages of planning PowerPoint presentation in outline format?

Visuals, multimedia, and other slide objects play important role within a presentation, but a proper outline is still the main skeleton on which the body of a presentation can be sustained.

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What are the 2 methods of automatically formatting a presentation and what will the impact of these methods be when applied to the presentation?

is a formating option that allows you to change the appearance of text. the elements of formating are font type,size,style and color.


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