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After placing a picture on a slide, you will probably need to adjust its size, and/or crop it, to make it t in the allotted space the way you want it. The following sections explain these techniques.
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The Fade dialog box duly appears.
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FIGURE 15.17 The Curves dialog box has so many options that it s hard to know where to start.
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To advance through slides when in Full Screen mode, you can use the preference setting to scroll pages with mouse clicks. If the preference choice for Left click to go forward one page; right click to go back one page is disabled, you scroll pages with keystrokes. Press the Page Down or Page Up keys to move forward and backward through slides. In addition, you can use the up or left arrow keys to move backward and the down or right arrow keys to move forward. Use the Home key to move to the first page and the End key to move to the last page. If you want to move to a specific page without leaving Full Screen mode, press Shift+Ctrl/ +N and the Go to Page dialog box opens. Enter the page number to open in the field box and click OK.
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. . . If anomie is an evil it is above all because society suffers through it, since it cannot exist without cohesion and regulation. Thus moral or legal rules essentially express social needs which society alone can identify. They rest upon a climate of opinion, and all opinion is a collective matter, the result of being worked out collectively. To be shot of anomie a group must thus exist or be formed within which can be drawn up the system of rules that is now lacking. Political society as a whole, or the state, clearly cannot discharge this function. Economic life, because it is very special and is daily becoming increasingly specialised, lies outside their authority and sphere of action. Activity within a profession can only be effectively regulated through a group close enough to that profession to be thoroughly cognisant of how it functions, capable of perceiving all its needs and following every uctuation in them. The sole group that meets these conditions is that constituted by all those working in the same industry, assembled together and organised in a single body. This is what is termed a corporation, or professional group. Yet in the economic eld the professional group no more exists than does a professional ethic. Since the last century when, not without reason, the ancient corporations were dissolved, hardly more than fragmentary and incomplete attempts have been made to reconstitute them on a different basis. Doubtless, individuals who are busy in the same trade are in contact with one another by the very fact that their activities are similar. Competition with one another engenders mutual relationships. But these are in no way regular; depending upon chance meetings, they are very often entirely of an individual nature. One industrialist nds himself in contact with another, but he body of industrialists in some particular speciality do not meet to act in concert. Exceptionally, we do see all members of the same profession come together at a conference to deal with some problem of common interest. But such conferences last only a short while: they do not survive the particular circumstances that gave rise to them. Consequently the collective life for which they provided an opportunity dies more or less entirely with them. The sole groups that have a certain permanence are what today are called unions, either of employers or workers. There is no doubt that this represents the beginnings of any organisation by occupation, although still
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