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Chances are that most of the PPTs you create are
directed at sales and marketing presentations.
Therefore, JUST PPT is a pretty narrow skill. However,
it should be part of a skill set directed at Marcom
Techcom (technical communications) doesn't rely on PPT
as much (though I do use it to create bodacious
network schematics used in proposals) as something
If you want to deal ONLY with PPT, then I'd look at an
environment that is SO big, that they are cranking out
presenations hand over fist, a Fortune 500 environment
comes to mind.
--- "Meyers, Patrick (GES SF)"
<meyerpa -at- exchange -dot- ml -dot- com> wrote:
> Does anyone use MS PowerPoint as a primary or
> documentation/writing program?
> Just a curious question from a PowerPoint production
> expert looking into
> getting into Techwriting.
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