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    moving or going

    Hello

    I am doing a presentation about my software, the first part is going to be in microsoft powerpoint then on my software
    I want to add a note at the end of the powerpoint presentation and before the running of the software.
    can I say
    A note before moving to the software? Is this a good title?

    Thanks

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    Lightbulb Re: moving or going

    It would sound better:

    A previous remark while going on with the software...

    The note

    Let`s resume and pass to the software

    It`s what I think would be great, good luck with the software

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    Re: moving or going

    Is the purpose of the slide simply to introduce the software?

    You could have a slide that simply says "Software Demonstration"

    Or better yes, the name of the software
    Demonstration of XYZ or XYZ Demonstration
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: moving or going

    Quote Originally Posted by Over the top View Post
    Hello

    I am doing a presentation about my software, the first part is going to be in microsoft powerpoint then on my software
    I want to add a note at the end of the powerpoint presentation and before the running of the software.
    can I say
    A note before moving to the software? Is this a good title?

    Thanks
    I think you mean you want to introduce your software first before running your software to show the people how it works.
    "moving" used here is nonsensical at all, It should be
    "Let's see some notes before running the software"
    Thanks

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