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And Your Point Is? by J. Douglas Jefferys
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And Your Point Is?

by J. Douglas Jefferys

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If you can get beyond the occasional lapse into business speak and the rather inexplicable low standards for design and layout of this book, this is a solid guide on how to prepare a presentation (mostly in power point) that covers all the important points. Most of these are common sense, but the rich variety of bad presentations in evidence at every conference or meeting shows that common sense and this book are wildly ignored. The book is weak on graphic design aspects, but for those questions Tufte is the better authority anyway. ( )
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