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Download Generator pptx
Can't find your unit's signature? Use the signature generator to create new signatures that are not already in the library. New signatures require approval and will be routed within the system. You will receive a separate email when your signature is ready for download. If you have not received your signature within five business days, please contact email@example.com.
World and country maps are impressive media to use, when it comes to presenting data bases. In the time of globalisation such data becomes more and more important, so you might be in need of such mappings real soon (or you already are and that is why you are here). Exactly for that reason, we have prepared a complete PowerPoint filled with different world and country maps to download. This template serves you mappings to use right away, but also shows you how to add text, pictogram's and data to your presentation maps, in an interesting way. Of course you can change any of those slides to your preferences by adjusting the colours, forms, layouts and so on. Read our instruction to learn how to edit maps in PowerPoint. Map chart are a relatively new feature of PowerPoint - it's only available since Office 2019 or Office 365! If you also want to use your mappings in older versions of PowerPoint, the compatibility mode could be a nice solution. Office offers this mode to make it easier to work with different versions of PowerPoint without creating many problems. Click here to get more information on the official Microsoft site.
Last but not least, we present you a map for advanced PPT- mapping- users. You can find this map on the last slide of our downloadable PowerPoint presentation. This graphic is an SVG- file, which means that you can grab and move each country of the world map to any place you want. Moreover, you can change it's colour again (the same way as before) and delete or resize them as well.
With the help of PowerPoints map function you can create maps directly in PowerPoint and edit them as you like. We have created some country and world map templates which you can download here for free. You can read here everything around maps in PowerPoint.
This way, you can bypass Google Drive viewer or Google Slides editor and create direct download links to include in any web page. The main benefit is that you only need to maintain and host one presentation and then a direct link can be provided for anyone who need to download it in a different format.
After you've answered this question, the generator creates the project and installs the dependencies. You may see WARN messages in the npm output on screen. You can ignore these. You may also see messages that vulnerabilities were found. You can ignore these for now, but you'll eventually need to fix them before your add-in is released to production. For more information about fixing vulnerabilities, open your browser and search for "npm vulnerability".
If the creation is successful, you'll see a Congratulations! message in the command window, followed by some suggested next steps. (If you're using the generator as part of a quick start or tutorial, ignore the next steps in the command window and continue with the instructions in the article.)
If you encounter problems using the tool, your first step should be to reinstall it to be sure that you have the latest version. (See Install the generator for details.) If doing so doesn't fix the problem, search the issues of the GitHub repo for the tool to see if anyone else has encountered the same problem and found a solution. If no one has, create a new issue.
Click on a filename to download the file. You will be prompted sign in to confirm your identity as a registered instructor. If you already have access to other Pearson online products, try signing in with your Pearson username.
Tip for TestGen test bank downloads: It's easier to find your test banks later if you save them to the TestGen folder on your computer. Because test bank downloads are in compressed format, you will need to expand the ZIP or SIT files after downloading.
Repeat the process for each file you want to download, such as multiple chapters in a guide. (Once you are signed in, you will remain signed in until you close your web browser; you will not be prompted to sign in again during that session.) After you have downloaded the final file, close any open download windows.
On some operating systems, if your browser recognizes that the application needed for viewing this type of file is already installed on your computer (for example, Adobe Acrobat Reader to view a PDF file), the file may open automatically in the browser window once the download is complete.
To view, print, expand, or otherwise work with downloaded instructor resources, a particular type of viewer or application may need to be installed on your computer. Each downloadable file includes a label of its format type, such as PDF file, to the right of its link name.
You will need to install the TestGen application. Go to and click the DOWNLOADS link. When prompted to sign in, use the same username and password that you use to download instructor resource files from this site.
The version of TestGen used to create each downloadable test bank is listed beneath each Instructor Resource test bank file link.To find out your installed version of TestGen: Start TestGen and select About from its help menu.
If you do not have Microsoft PowerPoint, you need to download the PowerPoint Viewer from the Microsoft website. This viewer version lets you view presentations created in PowerPoint 97 or later versions.
If you are using Windows XP, Vista, or a newer version of Windows, you do not need any extra software to extract these files. Simply download the file to your Desktop, locate the file, and double-click it to open it. Then, drag the enclosed file to a new location (e.g., your Desktop). To extract the entire contents of a compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the onscreen instructions.
If you are using Mac OS X or newer, you do not need any extra software to extract these files. Simply download the file to your computer, locate the file, and double-click the icon. The Finder will create a new folder with the same name as the archive file and decompress all the files from the archive in that folder.
Once the downloaded files have been unzipped or unstuffed, you may need another type of software to work with them. For example, compressed TestGen test banks will yield native BOK files, which require that you have the TestGen application installed. For more information, see BOK files.
Each downloadable file includes a file size label to the right of its link name. If no file size unit is indicated, such as KB or MB, then the size is in bytes. 1024 bytes = 1 KB (kilobyte), 1024 KB = 1 MB (megabyte).
Compressed download files will expand to a larger size. If you download a compressed file (such as .ZIP or .SIT), the expanded native file will likely be significantly larger. For example, a compressed TestGen test bank that is 3 MB can be 12 MB when unzipped/unstuffed to its native .BOK format on your computer.
Comprehensive test banks accompany many of the textbooks from Pearson, and in many cases they are TestGen test banks. To download a test bank, search for your textbook in this catalog. Once on the textbook's product page, click on the Resources tab and look for the TestGen test bank title. The download time varies depending on the size of the test bank.
The installation software is compressed for the platform you selected. You will need to uncompress the TestGen plug-in and the TestGen application using WinZip, StuffIt, or a similar program before you can install them. (See Expanding .ZIP or .SIT compressed files for download links.)
The link to the test bank file you are downloading indicates the version of TestGen used to create the file. If you are running that version or a higher version, you can open the test bank in TestGen. If you need to upgrade your version of the TestGen application, see the preceding instructions.
Once you have installed the TestGen application, you can open the TestGen file for your textbook. If you have not done so already, use the search box or browse our catalog to find your textbook. Depending on your browser, you can either open or download these files by clicking on them. On a PC, if you right click the link, you will see a menu with a choice that says "Save link as" or "Save target as." Use this option to save the file to your computer.
From your textbook's product page in this catalog, click the TestGen test bank title for your computer's platform. (You will be required to provide your username and password at this point if you have not already signed in.) The test bank is compressed for the platform you selected. You will need to uncompress it using WinZip, StuffIt, or a similar program. (See Expanding .ZIP or .SIT compressed files for download links.)
Bringing an element of randomness into the classroom can really challenge students. There are many apps that act as random generators, but have you tried using Excel to create a randomizer of your own?
With this method, what you do is go through your PowerPoint presentation and move each element (text, image, video etc.) individually to Easygenerator, taking the time to create the right structure and enrich it with interactivity and assessments. This is the ideal solution if you want to get the most out of your training.
As you design your course, you can decide which layout of Easygenerator suits best to represent each element of your slides, finding the perfect match between images, text, and interactivity. The result adapts to different devices and obtains the most engagement from the learners. 041b061a72