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Electronic Note Cards. Store notes, images, and sources on separate slides. Easily add new slides any time. Change the background color of each slide to color-code for each main topic (paragraph) in your preliminary outline. You can easily re-order the slides anytime.

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electronic note cards
Electronic Note Cards
  • Store notes, images, and sources on separate slides.
  • Easily add new slides any time.
  • Change the background color of each slide to color-code for each main topic (paragraph) in your preliminary outline.
  • You can easily re-order the slides anytime.
  • Use the outline function to create your final outline to print out.
  • Slides can be printed with several on a page.
introduction
Introduction

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topic 1 from preliminary outline
Topic #1 (From Preliminary Outline)

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  • Quote or paraphrase a single point. “If you quote, use quote marks.”

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topic 1 from preliminary outline1
Topic #1 (From Preliminary Outline)

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  • Quote or paraphrase a single point. “If you quote, use quote marks.”

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topic 2 match your preliminary outline
Topic #2 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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  • Quote or paraphrase a single point. “If you quote, use quote marks.”

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topic 2 match your preliminary outline1
Topic #2 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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  • Quote or paraphrase a single point. “If you quote, use quote marks.”

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topic 3 match your preliminary outline
Topic #3 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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topic 3 match your preliminary outline1
Topic #3 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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topic 4 match your preliminary outline
Topic #4 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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  • Quote or paraphrase a single point. “If you quote, use quote marks.”

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topic 4 match your preliminary outline1
Topic #4 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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topic 5 match your preliminary outline
Topic #5 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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  • Quote or paraphrase a single point. “If you quote, use quote marks.”

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topic 5 match your preliminary outline1
Topic #5 (Match your preliminary outline.)

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conclusion match your preliminary outline
Conclusion (Match your preliminary outline.)

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type topic here match your preliminary outline
Type Topic here. (Match your preliminary outline.)

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