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Yes and no. Photographic slides are film positives printed as transparencies, At one time there were kits available for printing or typing slides on transparent acetate material but I have not seen these for years. Two ways to create slides now:
1 Take the slides with a 35mm camera and have them processed. Expensive.
2. Create the graphics/images on computer and send the digital file to a conversion house that will make the images into slides. Also expensive. Much easier to go the othwer way - slide to video or slide to digital images via a scanner.

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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Ano ang power point


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.

Jul 12, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Throttle is stuck. Will not open carburetors.


I am guessing the bike has been sitting for awhile. If so, chances are the slides are stuck in the throat of the carbs. The "glue" is gas that has evaporated, ( while sitting ), leaving varnish behind. Remove the air filter and then put a screwdriver into the filter side of each carb then gently pry the slide upward. If the slides do not easily lift upward you will need to spray some carb cleaner into the slide area and work the slides until they are free.

The bike has CV carbs. This means atmospheric pressure (or the lack of it really ), is what lifts the slides. You said the throttle is stuck. That is why I started with checking to see that the slides are actually stuck or actually free to move up and down. If the throttle grip opens and closes as any other bike does and the slides are free to move, the problem is that either no vacuum is getting to the rubber diaphragm or the diaphragm is cracked or punctured and thus is loosing the vacuum. Before I loose you in CV carb theory, let me ask you to rate my answer.

The throttle cable is not hooked up to the slides. It is hooked up to the butterfly. Without the engine running , the slides CAN NOT lift upward. When the butterfly valve is closed, very little air is moving in the carb bore. (The engine is getting some air and fuel through the pilot circuit, which we'll describe later.) With very little air flowing, the air in the carb bore and the air in the closed chamber above the diaphragm are at close to the atmospheric pressure of the outside air.

Open the butterfly and several things happen.
1. Air now speeds through and venturi effect (low air pressure) at the point of the slide (variable venturi) is created.

2. The low air pressure at the venturi is transmitted up through the holes in the slide to the closed chamber above the diaphragm. This lowers the air pressure in that chamber.

3. The open air below the diaphragm now wants to rush into that chamber to equalize the pressure, but it can't because there is no passage.

4. So it does the next best thing and tries to PUSH its way in through the underside of the soft diaphragm.

5. The diaphragm can't let the air in, but it is flexible so it gives way and is pushed upward by the outside air pressure.

6. As the diaphragm goes up, it pulls the slide with it, and with the slide, pulls the tapered jet needle upward in the needle jet to provide more fuel.

7. As more air flows, even more fuel is pushed into the air stream, and the engine rpm increases.

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Model 760 H projector-- Carrousel advances, but slides do not


My guess is that your slides are in a 140-slide tray.
Over time, with repeated cycles of humidity & drying, slides warp slightly. The compartment width in a 140-slide tray is quite narrow, and it takes very little warping to make slides stick in their individual compartments. If you move the slides to a KODAK 80 Slide Tray you should be in much better shape.

Feb 24, 2010 | Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to scan slides with Visioneer 9520 USB Scanner - it scans who


I have successfully used my Visioneer 9520 to scan 35mm slides, and they came out perfect. To do this, in my image editing software, I select File/Import/Acquire/Visioneer ScanManger Pro. This opens the VIsioneer scan manager window, where I select "Scan 35mm using:" and then I choose the desired scanning configuration, e.g., "35mm Better, 35mm Best, Custom" etc. See image below.
BTW: After several moves, I have lost my 35mm scanning template. Do you know where I can get another one, or do you know someone who could actually scan theirs and email the image to me? I could then create a duplicate from heavy black construction paper or card stock.

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Jul 26, 2009 | Visioneer OneTouch 9520 Flatbed Scanner

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MTD YARD MACHINE SNOW BLOWER DOES NTO SHIFT INTO


Many times moisture attacks the hexagon shaft that the friction disc assembly slides on. It slides from side to side on the shaft to create Reverse 1 & 2, and the other end creates 1-6 forward. With a wire brush and sandpaper, clean the rust from the hexagon shaft, at the same time lubricate the friction disc bearing with penetrating oil and with a soft hammer, tap gently until the assembly starts to slide on the hexagon shaft. After all the rust is removed and disc assembly is sliding, apply a light film of graphite grease on the shaft. You may want to re-lubricate on a yearly basis.

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Powerpoint slide master background fix needed


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Sep 23, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Audio out of sync


Captivate creates a single filestream of each audio clip you add your project. As you make changes to the audio, such as replace the audio on a given slide with a different audio clip, Captivate sometimes ignores your new clip and does not embed or include it in the main audio stream. I experienced many headaches with this issue until I stumbled on a fix that works for pretty much all Captivate audio problems.


Open your original Captivate file that you are experiencing audio problems with. Then in a separate Captivate session, create a new BLANK project with the same screen size settings as your original Captivate file. One by one copy the files from your original into the new blank project. Afterwards you may have to adjust some of your objects on your timeline for a slide or two. Uusually I don't have to do this step unless I have several clickbox items. Once you have copied and adjusted all your slides, save the file and publish. This resolves your audio problems.


Why does this work? I suspect that it creates an entirely new main audio filestream as you copy and past the individual slides for the new Captivate file. I stimbled across this after trying to fix my audio problems by copying all the slides from my original and pasting into a new blank project in one operation. That did not work, then I thought of trying to eliminate the old main audio filestream by this method. Afterwards I repeated this action on all my Captivate projects with audio problems and it fixed all of them.

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Slide Show music


Hi, What program are you using to create this slide show please?

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PPT 2000 Slide Master


In a single PowerPoint presentation, there is only one Slide Master. You need to select: 'Edit' then 'Master' and then 'Slide Master' to view and edit the overall style of the presentation. You have to be careful when re-sizing or changing the text style of the Master Slide, because re-sizing will occur, which may make your text overun pictures or edges of the slides. Go through each slide carefully to make sure that your slides look the way you want them to after making edits to the Master Slide styles.

Oct 02, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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