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presentation graphics packages help end users design and manage computer generated slide shows that can contain text graphics and multimedia displays. true or false
Presentation graphics packages help end users design and manage computer-generated slide shows that can contain text, graphics, and multimedia displays. TRUE.
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Presentation graphics packages help end users design and manage computer-generated slide shows that can contain text, graphics, and multimedia displays. TRUE.

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