Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Lawyers guide to creating persuasive computer presentations
265 pages. Updated by new edition.
In this text, you will learn how to use computer presentations in the courtroom, during opening statements, direct examination, cross examination, closing arguments, appellate arguments, and more. The authors also offer advice on using computer presentations outside the courtroom, during meetings, pretrial, and seminars. There are also chapters on the hardware and software that are currently being used for digital displays, and sections that walk the reader through beginning skills and some advanced techniques, in using Microsoft PowerPoint. A CD-ROM containing on-screen tutorials is also included.