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Microsoft PowerPoint Core Training

By: CIR Capacity for Africa

Lagos State, Nigeria

20 - 21 Oct, 2015  2 day

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Covers the most important elements of PowerPoint 2013 and earlier versions. Participants will learn how to create presentations, use themes and variants, add media and objects to a presentation, format text, share presentations with SkyDrive and SharePoint, present a slide show online, and customize the interface.

1A Unity Road, off Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, Lagos Oct 20 - 21 Oct, 2015
NGN55,000.00
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08034963484

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