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> I was wondering if anyone working on presentations has a preferance for
> background colors, and perhaps text colors as well. I'm modifying a
> presentation that has a black background, and it's not very lively looking.
Just finished doing a Training Program (Windows database software) on
PowerPoint and, because of my employer's worldwide business, I chose the
light green wizard with a near transparent world map barely showing
through on the slides.
Type is 28 pt white Roman Times with all menu items in black Arial.
Received accolades, so I have to recommend that right now.
Tomorrow? who knows?
Everyone thought my last one was great too.
Too bad that (according to many subscribers) Tech Writing doesn't
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