Book Discounted Private Pilot Ground School Images for CFIs

Rod Machado

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Images for Instructor to Teach Private Pilot Ground School

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Rod Machado’s Private Pilot Slides as 936 JPG picture files in chapter folders and inserted in PowerPoint 2000/2007 files. The PowerPoint files represent Chapters 1 through 17 of Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook. All pictures used in these PowerPoint presentations are also provided in 17 separate folders so you can build your own slideshow.
Technical Information: Pictures are JPG files in full color format. Picture format appx. 8 X 6 inches @ 150 DPI). These images are made from the pictures, text and illustrations found in Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook and are designed to follow its curriculum.
Price: $149.94 without the purchase of 10 Private Pilot Handbooks.
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Licensing Agreement: The images supplied on this CD ROM are for the professional use of the end user only and are the copyright of Rod Machado. You are licensed to use the copyrighted images for electronic presentations only. These images are not to be used in printed form (except for making overheads for ground school purposes only). These images may not be altered from their original form in any way. Unauthorized transmission, duplication, reproduction, reselling or distribution of the copyrighted images in any form is strictly prohibited. Please note that by using the images you have agreed to the terms of this licensing agreement.

 

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