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Borrow a Book | Complete Lending List

The Lawyer's Guide to Creating Persuasive Computer Presentations
(Second Edition)

by Ann E. Brenden and John H. Goodhue

Lending Library Number: 45

NOTE: Due to licensing restrictions, the CD that accompanies this book is not available for loan.

Discover the advantages of computer presentation resources, how to use them, what they can do, and the legal issues involved in their use. Learn how to use computer presentations in the courtroom, during opening statements, direct examination, cross examination, closing arguments, appellate arguments, and more. Brenden and Goodhue also offer advice on using computer presentations outside the courtroom, during meetings, pretrial, and seminars.

This revised second edition has been updated to include new chapters on hardware and software that is currently being used for digital displays, and all new sections that walk the reader through beginning skills, and some advanced techniques, in using Microsoft PowerPoint. Also included is a CD-ROM containing on-screen tutorials illustrating techniques such as animating text, creating zoomed call-out images, insertion and configuration of text and images, and much more. In addition, the CD-ROM contains a full sample PowerPoint final argument complete with audio, checklists, and help files for using trial presentation software, as well as several sample PowerPoint presentations, including one entitled Top Five Mistakes Using PowerPoint.

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