Keep in mind, Power Point slides, and handouts, are only part of the story. Without the commentary from the presenter, some slides can be misleading, or may even seem contradictory to the message. Likewise, some handouts may appear confusing. If you attended the presentation and took notes, please refer to your notes. If you did not attend the presentation, and/or do not have access to someone's notes, please call, or email the presenter with your questions.
How to download presentation handouts to your computer in the form of PDF files.
- The links below are in blue text, but not underlined. Click the link of your choice.
- The first page of the handout will appear on your screen.
- If using Internet Explorer, click File, then click Save as, then select the destination and click Save.
- If using other search engines (FireFox, Chrome, etc.), mouse over the first page and right click.
- On the new menu, left click Save Page as . . . then select the destination and click Save
- When you open your saved PDF file, you may review the pages slide by slide, or you may print multiple slides per page.
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