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First you have to make sure there is enough room on the memory stick. Plug in the USB stick and open My Computer. You should see a "removable device" on E or F. That is your memory stick. Right click and select properties. It will tell you how much free spce there is. Now check the size of the powerpoint presentation the same way: Navigate to it and right-click.
If there is enough free space, you're almost there. Right-click on the powerpoint file (ending in .ppt) and select copy. Then go back to my computer and open the F:\Removable device icon. Once inside the device, right-click and hit paste. You should see the .ppt file being copied onto the memory stick. When it is finished, right-click the F device again and hit eject.
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