Byte Me: Using PowerPoint 227 Once you create a PowerPoint presentation, you can easily vary it for different audiences and pur- poses. Here's how it's done. Run, PowerPoint, Run Here comes the jargon: To run PowerPoint, you must have an 80386 or better IBM PC-compatible computer equipped with at least 4MB of RAM, and you must be using MS-DOS version 3.1 or later and Microsoft Windows 3.1 or later. If you're using PowerPoint on a Macintosh, your computer must be equipped with System 7.0 or later and a minimum of 4MB of RAM. Got that? Good. Lock and Load To use PowerPoint, you must first run Windows. After Windows has loaded, double-click the left mouse button on the PowerPoint icon to load the program. Every time PowerPoint starts on your computer, a "tip of the day" will appear. This dialog box displays a tip on how to better use a particular feature of PowerPoint. If you wish to disable the tip of the day, click the left mouse button on the Show Tips at the Startup check box. Tool Time To create your PowerPoint presentations, click your mouse on a series of toolbars --buttons that activate the commands. PowerPoint has several toolbars that appear by default when you open the program. (This means that they appear automatically.) You can customize the program to display, add, or delete other toolbars. Let's take a look at the four key toolbars. 1. Standard toolbar.This toolbar, located at the top of the screen, lets you access many of the