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    Ring bowl tutorial

    You need power point or comparable to open it. I couldn't even e-mail it as a compressed file. Check it out & tell me what you think. I won't tell you how many hours it took me to add cool graphics & sounds.

    Chuck

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/70s8vn

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    Great ring bowl and super great tutorial Chuck! Bummer though.. I didn't get any sound from it
    Aloha,

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    Both the presentation and the bowl are outstanding.
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    Good job, Chuck.

    Royal, you'll only hear the sound if you view it in slideshow mode.

    I've put a copy of the tutorial on the Family Woodworking server, and saved it as a PowerPoint slideshow. Click this link and either view it or save it to your computer:

    Chuck's Ring Bowl Tutorial

    Chuck, I put a copy of your post in the Tips and Tutorials area, too.
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    Vaughn,
    WOW, I'M PUBLISHED, I feel so humbled.

    I forgot to add you need to view it as a slide show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Beland View Post
    ...I forgot to add you need to view it as a slide show.
    You can save it as a slide show, then upload that file to Sendspace instead of the one you have there now. That way, people will automatically view it as a slideshow. And if they don't have PowerPoint, they can get a free PowerPoint viewer from the Web. Plus, if it's saved as a slideshow, then other people cannot edit your text.

    In case you're not familiar with it, here's how:

    Open your PowerPpoint presentation, then click File, then Save As, then under Save as type: select PowerPoint Show (*.pps).
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    Well done Chuck. I feel this is an excellent tutorial! There are so many things I like about how you presented the material and your excitement with the wood and final product are infectious. You have inspired me to put my limited skills toward such a beautiful ring bowl! Thank you!



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    Last edited by John Bartley; 04-04-2011 at 05:28 PM.

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    Thank you guys. It took me about 8 hours to figure out how to do this I am really comp stupid.

    Vaughn, could you eend a copy to Ron at WR so he can look at it maybe to post on WR's tutoriual section.

    Thanks

    Chuck

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    Great looking peice Chuck. Also great tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
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