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I am very poor in writing a power point presentation which why I am a failure in my career. Can someone help to teach from basics? Using flow and diagrams/ tools etc to write a better presentations

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There are alot of tutorial sites on the web which i found helpful. just google power point tutorial.

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I just finished my higher certificate i will like to continue with teaching what do i do

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Using a test light, the wire shows to be "hot". however, when I connect to the fixture, nothing happens. When I place the test light on the place where the wires connect it will not work, but if I d

HI Jack,

Can you give more details? Is this a house circuit that you are working on, or some vehicle?

In either case, look thoroughly through the ground side, or common side.
With 120 volts, it is possible to have voltage present, sensed with a voltage "sniffer" (needs no direct contact, works by induction) and no go of what you are powering.. My guess is this is not the type of circuit you are working on.

With 12 volts, it is possible to have power, and read with a test light type of tester or VOM. Again, look at the ground side.

SO, another possibility is that you have a "cold" circuit. This type of failure is because of poor, damaged or corroded connections somewhere in the circuit. With this type of failure, you often can get a valid voltage reading, but the circuit fails when actual load is applied.
To find this type of failure (IN 12 VOLT systems), hook up the thingy that you are trying to power, set VOM to enough range, and check along each leg: Positive and Negative. Point to point. one end goes to Positive battery, for example, then you probe just after each POSITIVE connection, along the circuit. What you are looking for is a voltage. for example: a poor connection would have zero volts read on one side of the connection, but 2 volts just after the connection.
So, the quick way is positive battery terminal, to your device, then negative terminal to the negative on your device. One will give large reading. Investigate that 1/2 of the circuit, and you will find you issue.
Hope this helps, if not, get back to me.

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I need some proffesional help to complete my powerpoint projects and create a good presentation. Somebody help me through this?

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PowerPoint is a presentation program developed by Microsoft. It is included in the standard Office suite along with Microsoft Word and Excel. The software allows users to create anything from basic slide shows to complex presentations.

PowerPoint is often used to create business presentations, but can also be used for educational or informal purposes. The presentations are comprised of slides, which may contain text, images, and other media, such as audio clips and movies. Sound effects and animated transitions can also be included to add extra appeal to the presentation. However, overusing sound effects and transitions will probably do more to annoy your audience than draw their attention. (Yes, we have all heard the car screeching noise enough times for one lifetime.)

Most PowerPoint presentations are created from a template, which includes a background color or image, a standard font, and a choice of several slide layouts. Changes to the template can be saved to a "master slide," which stores the main slide theme used in the presentation. When changes are made to the master slide, such as choosing a new background image, the changes are propagated to all the other slides. This keeps a uniform look among all the slides in the presentation.

When presenting a PowerPoint presentation, the presenter may choose to have the slides change at preset intervals or may decide to control the flow manually. This can be done using the mouse, keyboard, or a remote control. The flow of the presentation can be further customized by having slides load completely or one bullet at a time. For example, if the presenter has several bullet points on a page, he might have individual points appear when he clicks the mouse. This allows more interactivity with the audience and brings greater focus to each point.

PowerPoint presentations can be created and viewed using Microsoft PowerPoint. They can also be imported and exported with Apple Keynote, Apple's presentation program for the Macintosh platform. Since most people prefer not to watch presentations on a laptop, PowerPoint presentations are often displayed using a projector. Therefore, if you are preparing a PowerPoint presentation for a room full of people, just make sure you have the correct video adapter.

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Pay particular attention to the paragraph that discusses proper ventilation. Most dryer heat related problems are attributed to poor air flow due to clogged ducting. This results in a dryer that over heats to the point of failure. If you have not inspected or cleaned your ducting in a while, now would be a good time BEFORE replacing any components. Failure to do so may result in poor drying results and premature failure of any replaced components. Let me know if you have questions or require additional assistance. I hope this helps you.

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