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Communications- Oral Presentation

The next assignment we have for our comm class is to do a oral presentation about a topic of our choice. My topic was ” What is a Credit Union?” What is a Credit Union?

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BSYS 1000- Why we chose BCIT

For Business Informations my group and I had to create a short youtube video showing why we chose BCIT. With this assignment we gained experience on power point and learned how to upload videos on to youtube.                                    

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BCIT boogie

A power point powered video advertising BCIT. Done for a project, sadly the compression and compiling left it pixilated and jerky. Also the requirements for the project really stunted it as a commercial.

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Step 1: When do I use a chart?

MS Office PowerPoint 2007 includes many different types of charts and graphs that you can use to inform your audience about inventory levels, organizational changes, sales figures, and much more.

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This blog will explain how to use charts in MS Power Point 2007

FYI – If Microsoft Office Excel 2007 isn’t installed on your computer, you will not be able to take advantage of the advanced charting capabilities in the 2007 Microsoft Office system. If Office Excel 2007 is not installed, when you … Continue reading

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Step 5: Smart Art – The Next Frontier of Charts!

Smart Art is another way of communicating information in Power Point. Check out this youtube video on how to produce an organizational chart. The info in this video should give you a good idea on how to apply Smart Art … Continue reading

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MS PowerPoint 2007

Here is one of our first ever projects that my group and I worked on.

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