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Chapter 25. Exploring Typical Applicatio... > Creating an Interactive Presentation...

Creating an Interactive Presentation Complete with Branching

Salespeople never know what to expect in client presentations. But they have to be ready for it anyway. The best salespeople have always been able to handle the hard questions with their own verbal skills and knowledge. However, unless they were using expensive and difficult programs like Director, they never had the audio-visual tools to support what they were saying. Now they do. With PowerPoint 97, they can jump around from item to item in a sales presentation quite easily, even if they're computer neophytes. And preparing, modifying, and updating the presentation is just as easy.

Note that branching generally differs from jumping. Branching can be thought of as a side trip to another presentation and then returning to exactly where you branched from. Jumping is literally a move to a new presentation without the connection to return back to your departure point.


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