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[TechRepublic] PowerPoint won't save your presentation to CD: Now what?

April 08, 2009
PowerPoint won't save your presentation to CD: Now what?
You might not be able to copy a presentation directly onto a CD if your CD burning program is incompatible with PowerPoint's Publish Package For CD feature. Luckily, you can use a trick to dodge this limitation.

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Create an online form with a Word table
Tables provide a simple, effective structure for your online forms. Here's a look at how to use a table to set up blank lines that will stay put when users fill out your forms online.

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Use a keyboard shortcut to select a grouped option
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