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And the research says? PowerPoint meets cognitive science
Article By Robert Lane and Robert Wright Applies to: Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 A note to the reader How do you best use PowerPo...
PowerPoint 2007, PowerPoint 2003
Profiling your target audience
Article How well do you really know your customers? Are they price-sensitive and more likely to choose the least expensive option? Are your customers trend-conscious an...
PowerPoint 2003, Word 2003
Build your real estate clientele by listening
Article Success as a real estate agent depends on relationships with clients and potential clients. Successful relationships and the trust that they engender make real ...
Outlook 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Discover the importance of target audience profiling
Article By Cindy Kennaugh, On The Mark A target audience profile (TAP) is a written and very detailed appraisal of your customers' characteristics, attitudes, and behav...
PowerPoint 2003, Word 2003
Should you become a Microsoft Office Specialist?
Article By Annette Marquis, TRIAD Consulting A Microsoft Office Specialist is a person who has passed an exam administered through a Microsoft Authorized Testing Center...
Access 2003, Excel 2003...
Using templates to create presentations
Article Making presentations is a core job task for many professions. In sales, training, and management consulting, for example, regularly presenting information in an...
PowerPoint 2003
Learn the key concepts of messaging
Article By Cindy Kennaugh, On The Mark Messaging is the identification and documentation of major company or product themes that you want your customers to understand. ...
Outlook 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
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