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May 09, 2005

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Mark Pryor

Great blog and website. I am using Keynote to create presentations for leadership class in the church I am currently preaching at. I would love to see some examples of killer prez's as opposed to snoozers. Any links you'd care to share? Also would like to see some tools that could be used alongside keynote for graphics, annimation, etc.

luca collacciani

Thank you for pointing out the article from the Indiana University. It should be read by every single teacher.

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