Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
Once i click the program from my start menu , it comes out a medium black box which it only appears around 2 seconds and then it will suddenly go off....i managed to see a sentence in the black box with a white word written inside : "program is too big to fit in memory".....others like microsoft word can be opened like usual...only the powerpoint couldnt b opened...i'm using microsoft Xp...the version of the microsoft is 2003..so,actually what had happened with my powerpoint and what's the step to solve this problem? thanks...
I think there is some problems with registries related to Powerpoint.so just insert your Microsot office 2003 cd and select to reinstall/repair the powerpoint.it will wprk fine.
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The PowerPoint software program allows you to create slide presentations that can be viewed on any computer.
While some graphic artists specialize in developing compelling presentations, anyone can develop a PowerPoint slide presentation that is attractive and readable.
Follow these steps to develop your own slide show.
Open your PowerPoint program. When the dialog box opens, click on the "Blank Presentation" option.
Choose an "AutoLayout" format.
Begin with the title slide layout, which is the first one on the left. Click "OK," and you will have a title slide to work with.
Add text to your slide by clicking in the title text box and typing a title.
Do the same thing in the subtitle box.
Create another slide by clicking the "New Slide" button on the Common Tasks toolbar.
When the AutoLayout dialog box appears, choose a layout for this slide.
Keep adding new slides until your presentation is complete.
Move from slide to slide by clicking the button on the lower-right corner of the PowerPoint window.
Clicking the button with the upward-pointing arrows will take you to the previous slide, and clicking the button with the downward-pointing arrows will take you to the next slide.
Save your presentation. Click the "File" menu and then click "Save As."
A dialog box will appear, and you'll be able to type in a name for your presentation.
The presentation will be saved to your hard drive.
as for the kreb cycle disgram im not sure
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