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All That You Want To Know To Become A Hi-Tech Beauty

Beauty’ is one word which makes all women go mad. It is always necessary to be beautiful and presentable, only then you can feel confident in whatever you do.

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UCare: A Business Plan Project for Managerial Accounting ... - AICPA

UCare: A Business Plan Project for Managerial Accounting Classes Co‐authors: Linda J. Matuszewski and Fabienne Miller SOLUTION SET Due to the nature of the project, there is no one correct solution. However, regardless of the performer chosen, similar revenues (e.g., ticket sales and ancillary revenues) and costs (e.g., performer fees, venue rental, venue personnel, ancillary costs) are relevant for all projects, creating some consistency and allowing for the use of detailed grading rubrics which minimize the time and effort needed for grading. Below, the instructors have provided the project instructions, grading rubrics, and peer evaluation form as examples for other instructors who may be interested in using the project. The project is to work as a team to develop a formal business plan for a fundraising event for a nonprofit organization, and present that plan to the Board of Directors. Professor __________ shall serve as the Board President. Teams of four persons will be formed as follows. First, form a pair by choosing someone to work with. Second, notify me of your choice in class on ______________. I will then combine two pairs to form teams of four. I will notify you of your team assignment no later than UCare is a fictitious nonprofit organization interested in launching a new fundraiser. You may use UCare as your nonprofit and develop your own mission, or you may plan an event for a real nonprofit organization, and do some research to identify its mission. The Board has assembled a team of managers (you) to investigate the prospects of organizing an event with a celebrity. The details of this event are currently rather sketchy. The board has discussed comedians, singers, and politicians, but could not come to an agreement as to who would be an ideal candidate for the event. They would like to leave up to you what kind of celebrity to invite (provided the event is not offensive). They anticipate tickets to the event will be sold to a wide audience, but again leave the details up to you. When developing your plan for the event and choosing the celebrity, you should identify the mission of your nonprofit and the target audience, and include this information in your description of the event. The board would also like you to think about ancillary revenues that could be generated from parking, food services, and merchandise. Since the Board is uncertain as to whether such an event is a good idea, they would like you to conduct a formal analysis that will culminate in a written business plan as well as a presentation to the Board. The event should be a one‐time event taking place on ________ (the anniversary of the founding of UCare). Project Requirements The Board President would like you to prepare a draft of the first three items above (description, marketing plan, and operating plan), and submit them for feedback. This submission should consist of one Word document, submitted electronically through Blackboard no later than _________________. (Optional for the cost accounting course: The Board President will form discussion groups (each consisting of three to four teams) for the purpose of reviewing these drafts and providing teams with feedback (questions and/or comments) they can use to improve their proposals. The Board President will also be participating in each of these discussions. Your team must use the Blackboard discussion groups to provide feedback to the other teams within your group and to respond to feedback you have received from the other teams and the Board President. This Blackboard discussion will take place from ______ through _______. Additional guidelines for the discussions can be found below.) After considering the feedback provided by the other teams and the Board president, you should revise your description, marketing plan, and operating plan, and then prepare and submit a draft detailed financial plan no later than ________________... This submission should consist of one Word document with embedded Excel files, submitted electronically through Blackboard. The Board president will also provide you with feedback on your financial plan...

Introduction to PowerPoint 2003
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 is presentation software that creates electronic slide shows which can include text, graphics, video and more. Many businesses and educational institutes throughout North America use power PowerPoint 2003 to create slide show presentations. Whether you are a student, government employee, or business professional, PowerPoint has everything you need to quickly create professional looking presentations. PowerPoint also allows you to easily edit, add, or change your slides. This tutorial was created to help PowerPoint 2003 beginners create their own slide show presentations in a matter of minutes. Before you begin this tutorial you must have a copy of PowerPoint 2003 installed on your computer. If you do not have PowerPoint, you can go to www.microsoft.com to download a free demo version to get you started. This tutorial assumes you have basic computer skills and are familiar with the Microsoft Office suite which include Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. To successfully complete this tutorial you must know how to: use computers open PowerPoint save files drag files This tutorial is divided into three lessons that will show you how to create your own PowerPoint presentation. Each lesson takes approximately 3 to 7 minutes to complete and has an exercise to test your knowledge. At the end of these lessons you will know how to: 1. Create a new slide show presentation with text 2. Rearrange slides and add new slides between other slides 3. Run your PowerPoint slide show But before we begin, let’s take a look at the PowerPoint 2003 interface. This quick overview will get you acquainted the interface and help you complete the lessons. PowerPoint 2003 has many basic and advanced features. For the purpose of this tutorial, we’re just going to focus on the basic features. This tutorial covers what you need to know to create decent presentations. If you want to give your presentations that extra “Oomph!”, just download our other tutorial- Microsoft PowerPoint for Intermediate Users. There are only three sections and one button you need to understand: (1) the slide palette, (2) the slide layout column, (3) the slide column, and (4) the new slide button (see Figure 1). 1. The Slide Palette The slide palette (section 1) is the most important section. This is where you create each slide in your presentation. In this section you can view and edit your slides. 2. The Slide Layout Column The slide layouts column (section 2) allows you to choose different slide layout templates. For example, you may want to create a slide with a title and two columns, or you may want to create a slide with just a title and one column. You can quickly pick, or change, the look and feel of your slide layout using the icon templates in this column. 3. The Slide Column The slide column (section 3) displays a small icon picture of each slide in your presentation, and their chronological order. You can quickly browse your entire presentation and pick the slide you want to view or work on. 4. The New Slide Button The new slide button, in the top right-hand corner of the PowerPoint interface, lets you quickly create new slides. Lesson 1– Creating a New PowerPoint Slide Show Presentation This lesson will show you how to create a slide show presentation. Slide shows are the perfect tool to help guide you through your oral presentations with co-workers, managers or boss. Not only will a slide show take the pressure off your mind trying to remember key points, it will also help keep your audience focused and on track throughout your presentation...

Microsoft PowerPoint Advanced
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Te c h n o l o g y Tr a i n i n g M a n u a l Student Success Through Excellence, Achievement, and Improvement M i c r o s o f t Powe r Po i n t A dva n c e d Course Use Guide About Creating Presentations Open Microsoft PowerPoint ............................................................................................ 6 Blank ................................................................................................................................ 7 Existing Presentation....................................................................................................... 7 About Design Template ................................................................................................... 7 About Layouts .................................................................................................................. 7 Templates with Suggested Content ............................................................................... 7 A Template on a Web Site............................................................................................... 7 A Template on Microsoft.com ......................................................................................... 7 Slide Design ..................................................................................................................... 8 Title Slide.......................................................................................................................... 8 Add a New Slide............................................................................................................... 9 Inserting Slides ................................................................................................................ 10 Hyperlinking Slides About Hyperlinks and Action Buttons............................................................................. 11 Create a Hyperlink ........................................................................................................... 12 Edit a Hyperlink................................................................................................................ 13 Screen Tips with Hyperlinks............................................................................................ 14 Insert an Action Button ................................................................................................... 15-18 Emphasize a Hyperlink with Highlighting or a Sound ................................................... 19 Assign a Hyperlink to a Toolbar Button .......................................................................... 20-21 Remove a Hyperlink, but not the Text or Object That Represents It............................ 21 Remove a Hyperlink and the Text or Object that Represents It ................................... 22 Create a Table of Contents Slide that Links to Custom Shows ................................................ 22-26 Create a Hyperlink to a specific slide in another Presentation ................................................ 27-28 Create an e-Mail Hyperlink.......................................................................................................... 29-30 About Working on a Chart Create a new chart in PowerPoint .................................................................................. 31 Modify & Animate a Chart ............................................................................................... 32-33 About Tables Inserting a Table in PowerPoint ...................................................................................... 34-35 Inserting Table from another program as a linked object or an embedded object .... 36 What is a linked object?.................................................................................................. 36 What is an Embedded Object? ....................................................................................... 36 Inserting Table from another program as a linked object ............................................ 37-38 Inserting Table from another program as an embedded object .................................. 39-40 Flow charts Draw a Flowchart............................................................................................................. 41 Arrange Objects Equal Distances from Each Other....................................................... 42 Add Connectors Between each of the Shapes .............................................................. 43 Add Text to the Shapes ................................................................................................... 44 Change the Line Color to the Connectors ...................................................................... 44 Change the Line Style to the Connectors....................................................................... 45 About Inserting Text into your Presentation Text in Word or Rich-Text Format ................................................................................... 46-47 Video Insert a movie (or video) ................................................................................................. 48-49 Resize a Movie................................................................................................................. 50-51 ...

Powerpoint 2007 - Johnson County Library

Powerpoint 2007 Introduction Powerpoint lets you develop computer-based presentations. Although there are many different presentation software applications available, Microsoft Powerpoint 2007 is one of the most popular and simplest to learn. Using PowerPoint you will be able to easily create computerbased presentations by editing text content using familiar word processing techniques. This module will guide you through the process of creating a presentation. The Ribbon is a graphical menu system containing icons of common commands. It replaces the Menu Bar and toolbars in previous versions of Microsoft Powerpoint. The Ribbon makes navigation in Powerpoint more intuitive, and the order of the tabs echoes the process of presentation creation. Each Ribbon Tab contains grouped icons relating to that tab. There are seven default tabs, but as we move forward, you may notice contextual tabs that appear, based on what we’re working on. Home gives standard formatting optionsCut/Copy/Paste New Slide and Slide layout options Font selection and formatting (bold, italics, size, colors) Text alignment and formatting (center, left-align, bulleted and numbered lists, text indent) Drawing and layering tools Document Searching (find/replace, select all) Insert lets you further modify your slides. Insert Tables (or convert existing text to tables) Slide enhancements (add photos, shapes, diagrams, and charts) Links (insert web links) Headers, Footers, and Page numbering (including new autoformats) Add media files, like video and sound The Design tab allows you further control over your presentation’s final look. Page Setup (Formerly under the File menu. Allows the user to specify margins, paper size, and slide orientation) Themes (these give the user quick access to professional-looking slide formatting choices) Page Background (for borders and page colors) The Animations tab gives options for customizing slide transitions. Preview (once you apply an animation, you can preview it here) Custom Animations Pre-set Animations and transition options, including timing The SlideShow tab gives general presentation viewing options. The Start Slide Show group lets you view your presentation from the beginning or from the current slide The Set Up group allows you to set timing, narration, and playback options You can also choose a target screen resolution for your presentation...

Furniture Style Handbook – 30 Points Weekly - Thecampuscommon ...

ID210 History of Furniture 1830-Present Furniture Style Handbook – 30 Points Weekly Each week you will be required to complete a section(s) of the Furniture Style Handbook based on the period(s) discussed during the week’s class time. This handbook is be completed digitally, (Word, Powerpoint, InDesign) and uploaded to the appropriate eCompanion drop box each week. The handbook must include the following for EACH section. 1. History of the Movement/Period a. 2‐3 Paragraphs describing the political, social, and design aspects of the period or movement 2. Minimum of FOUR pieces of furniture from the movement/period along with a 2‐3 sentence description of the piece noting the designer, date, and distinguishing features that are relevant to the movement/period 3. Architect or Designer Biography for TWO predominant designers of the movement/period a. Background of designer (1‐2 paragraphs) b. Two Structures or Interiors by each architect/designer. Note the name of the structure, location, and date 4. All resources must be cited including the source of every image. Reliable and reputable sources must be used. Sources such like Wikipedia will not be accepted. See the Library Website for research tips and resource ideas. All images must include an individual citation noted below the image Furniture Style Handbook ‐ 30 Points Weekly History of Movement/Period is detailed and includes all required information. Information is accurate and resources are cited Minimum of FOUR Furniture images are included. Images are typical of the period(s) assigned. Descriptions are detailed. All images are cited. Minimum of TWO architects or designers included with background detailed and two structures noted and detailed for each Handbook is neat, professional, and well organized The Industrial Revolution (1820-1870) led to the mass production of merchandise and hardware which lacked the craftsmanship of traditional methods, but proved to be a prosperous time for the nation. During this time wealthy families, such as the Vanderbilts, built lavish mansions to represent their high social status. Expensive imported materials such as marble, velvet, gold, and silk flooded every room to impress guests at the extravagant parties and events held there. The Marble House, The Breakers and many other “cottages” are still preserved in Newport, Rhode Island...

Heart Attack Symptoms and Calling 9-1-1 Campaign for Spanish ...

Heart Attack Symptoms and Calling 9-1-1 Campaign for Spanish Speaking Women Proposals must be received no later than November 1, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time. Please submit proposals in Microsoft Word or PDF format to owhapplication@jsi.com or mail to JSI, ATTN: Jodie Albert, 1725 Blake Street, Suite 400, Denver, Colorado 80202. Please DO NOT submit proposals to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Women’s Health (OWH) or the Regional Offices on Women’s Health. Please read and follow all instructions prior to preparing and submitting your proposal. B. Funding Available Funding is available for activities and events in support of the Spanish language awareness campaign, “Make The Call. Don’t Miss a Beat”. Building upon the national public awareness begun under this campaign in 2011, the outreach focus of the campaign in 2013 is to encourage Spanish speaking Latinas from across the country over age 50 to recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and to call 9-1-1 promptly. Community-based partnerships and collaborations with Hispanic/Latino organizations/entities are strongly encouraged and funding priority will be given to applicants demonstrating these partnerships. One $10,000 award will be made per DHHS region. This is a competitive process. All proposals will be reviewed by an objective technical review panel. Applicants will be notified by e-mail or mail by December 10, 2012 regarding funding decisions. C. Who Can Apply Funding is available to eligible entities located in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the six U.S.Affiliated Pacific Island Jurisdictions, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Eligible entities include public and private organizations, community- and faith-based organizations, health professionals’ organizations, colleges and universities, community health centers, hospitals, health departments, and tribal and urban Indian organizations. Organizations may submit only one proposal for this funding opportunity. If more than one proposal is submitted by any one organization, none of the proposals from that organization will be reviewed or considered for funding. An exception will be made for national organizations with affiliates where individually incorporated affiliates of the same national organization may each submit a proposal for consideration. An exception will also be made for universities with the caveat that different schools within the same university may not submit more than one proposal. Finally, organizations working together on the same project may only submit one proposal for that project. Background OWH was established in 1991 in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, within the Office of the Secretary. Its mission is to improve the health of American women by advancing and coordinating a comprehensive women’s health agenda throughout the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The HHS Office on Women’s Health is the government’s champion and primary agent for women’s health issues, working to redress inequities in research, health care services, and education that have historically placed the health of women at risk. OWH is the Department’s focal point for ensuring that women’s health policy, practice, and research are mutually informed and effectively integrated within HHS. OWH accomplishes this by collaborating with other federal and non-federal partners on behalf of women and girls. OWH provides leadership to promote equity for women and girls through sex and gender specific approaches. OWH has staff located in Washington, D.C. and a network of Regional Women’s Health Coordinators (RWHCs) located in each of the ten federal regions. The RWHCs coordinate and implement national public health initiatives to promote a greater focus on women's health issues at the regional, state, and local levels. The RWHCs advance the mission of the OWH by administering programs that improve the health of women in communities across the country and by coordinating activities in health care service delivery, research, and public and health professional education. Sensitivity to local, state, and regional needs in women's health is reflected in their work to identify priority health areas, to establish networking relationships, and to implement initiatives addressing regional women's health concerns. For additional information about the RWHCs and the regional offices.As part of its strategic plan, OWH continues to fund evidence-based interventions to address gaps in women’s health that are not addressed at the national level by any other public or private entity. ..

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