Jonathan's presentation

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john2566
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Jonathan's presentation

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Hi all,
My name is Jonathan Grolleau, I'm a Brazilian physician student and thanks to my university colleagues I discovered the marvellous word of Linux and more precisely Linux Mint. I'm eager to learn about it !
See you around and be careful with the fork bomb !
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Welcome to the forums and to Mint.

Benvindo!
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Welcome "back" to the forum Jonathan! I see your previous posts from 2014! (?)
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Hello Jonathan,
Welcome to Linux Mint Forums, enjoy! :)
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Linux Mint Installation Guide: http://linuxmint-installation-guide.rea ... en/latest/
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Hi Jonathan,
welcome to our forum
:)

an lot of those University Professors do seem to promote the use of an Linux System.
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I'm wondering if there are any Linux applications for presentations of the PowerPoint type? Or on Linux, can you also download it? But I think you can use the online versions. In any case, you need to prepare appropriately before showing it. This is helped by videos, guides such as conference presentation, which explains how to properly present your word to the public along with the slide. It is essential for me that the audience appreciates me and my work, so I prepare before the performance. But I wonder if it's easier to make presentations on Linux. My job is to prepare presentations and speeches, so if it's easier to make them, I'm ready to switch to Linux.
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