I agree with Don -(my formal recommendation at bottom of this note).
>As far as I am aware, there is no rule that says presentation
>charts may not contain complete sentences, clauses, non-trivial
>parts of speech, etc. I think defining something like Internet
>Printing in complete sentences is more precise than simply
>a list of bullets. Maybe we need both?
in that I think leading off with a "paragraph" gives the presentation
a good ramp into the finer detail.
I did like some of Bob's additional points -
>> o uses World Wide Web tools, programs, servers and networks.
>> o works for printers that are attached locally or via a network.
>> o uses HTTP servers and browsers to provide print operations which include
>> o browsing for printers
>> o printing jobs
>> o cancelling jobs
>> o monitoring and managing jobs and printers
>> o configuring printers
and don't see why they can't be a separate slide or worked into the
I like the idea of leading off with the paragraph which Don wrote and
I modified (or some further modification thereof). I've taken another
run at it... below:
* Internet Printing is the application of World Wide Web tools,
* programs, servers and networks to provide a print environment
* which is used and managed via the internet yet operates in a manner
* familiar to those using today's platform dependent print subsystems.
* Internet Printing will include the use of HTTP servers and browsers to
* provide static, dynamic and interactive print services location, printer
* installation, selection and configuration as well as remote printer and
* print job monitoring and control.
Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems