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Sakura template for Microsoft Powerpoint

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1,726 words with 1 Comments; publish: Tue, 27 May 2008 04:32:00 GMT; (30093.75, « »)

I used the Sakura template in Powerpoint a few months ago for a class

presentation using Office 2000. Since then i've uploaded to Office 2003, and

have discovered that i can download most of the templates i liked from the

old version EXCEPT for Sakura. Please make this template available for

download as well! It's really a wonderful template, and I miss it sorely for

all my work!

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    • Do you still have that presentation? If so, you also still have the template.

      1. Open PowerPoint 2003 and then open the presentation.

      2. Save it to a new name - - Sakura (so that you don't wipe out the original

      file).

      3. Go to Slide Sorter view and select all slides and press the Delete key.

      4. Go to View > Master > Slide Master and then to File > Save as.

      5. Select Design Template (*.POT) in the File Type box. Type Sakura in the

      File Name box. Click Save.

      You can now start creating your new presentation, knowing that you have the

      template saved in your template library.

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      Sonia Coleman

      Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Team

      Autorun Software, Templates and Tutorials

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      > I used the Sakura template in Powerpoint a few months ago for a class

      > presentation using Office 2000. Since then i've uploaded to Office 2003, and

      > have discovered that i can download most of the templates i liked from the

      > old version EXCEPT for Sakura. Please make this template available for

      > download as well! It's really a wonderful template, and I miss it sorely for

      > all my work!

      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 04:33:00 GMT