PowerPoint Corporate Training Presentation for Marketing Company Job # 7780

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Job # 7780 PowerPoint Corporate Training Presentation for Marketing Company

Posted Date
May 26, 2008 @ 18:13
Respond By
May 31, 2008
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

I am making a PowerPoint training presentation and I need a voice over for the presentation. I will be using some background music that will run under the presentation. Since I will not be using background music for all of the presentation, I want to hear only your voice. Please, no special effects.

My presentation is about 60 slides long; however the word count that I have included for this job is only about 1/3 of what I'd like to do. If your computer fan is so loud that I can hear it in your sample recording, I won’t be able to give consideration to your voice over.

My training presentation will be seen by people within my company. I am not trying to sell anything during the presentation. It is a learning tool. However, I don't want the voice over to be dry and uninteresting. The voice over should not be slow or fast. I want a normal conversational speed to the voice over. Your ability to interpret the appropriate cadence and where and how long a pause should be is important.

Please don’t send your generic recording; I need to hear how you’ll interpret my copy. Feel free to change words for your protection.

Script (the same script that is included in the downloadable file):

Welcome to Ivie and Associate’s Wide Web Circular Training Presentation.

During this circular training presentation you will gain an understanding of the wide web printing process.

You will learn to recognize the different types of circular formats.

Become acquainted with available paper stocks suitable for wide web printing.

Understand the correlation between the various circular formats.

You will be introduced to Flyer Page Counts, Version Lists and Run Lists.

And learn the terminology used in the “circular world.”

A circular is a letter, advertisement or statement for general circulation; or it can be a paper placed within the folds of a newspaper.

A circular is also known as: a flyer, preprint, insert, broadside, and handbill.

All of these terms have the same meaning, and indicate a distributed ad; via newspaper, marriage mail or solo mail.

Wide Web Printing is offset lithography. It utilizes the same technologies as commercial web and sheet-fed printing.

Web Printing differs from Sheet-fed, in that it’s a continuous roll of paper moving through the press instead of individual sheets.

There is a printing unit for each of the 4 process colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black.
Both sides of the paper are printed at the same time.

Each printing unit has two plate cylinders and two blanket cylinders. The paper is printed on both sides as it passes through the press. The printing plate comes in contact with the dampening rollers first, followed by the ink form rollers. The image area of the printing plate is designed to repel the dampening solution. This allows the ink to adhere only to the image area. The inked image is then transferred to the rubber blanket and then to the paper.

Delivery times are significant for the large paper rolls. Typical paper LDC date is 4 to 6 weeks prior to the file release date. What is an LDC date; it’s the Last Date that you can modify a circular format if it requires a change in the paper specifications.

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