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Users Manual For use with Instructors PowerPoint Presentations for Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; text by Andrew D. Althouse, Carl H. Turnquist, and Alfred F. Bracciano and presentations by Gloria M. Bracciano. Created in PowerPoint 2000. For use with Windows 98 and higher. Copyright 2004 by The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this manual or CD package may be reproduced for resale without the prior written permission of The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. Manufactured in the United States of America. Also, refer to the licensing agreement contained on this CD.

Microsoft, PowerPoint, and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

This manual contains the most complete and accurate information available at the time of its publication. The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. cannot assume responsibility for any changes, errors, or omissions in this manual. Always refer to the appropriate manufacturers technical information, directions, and recommendations. The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. makes no warranty or representation whatsoever, either expressed or implied, with respect to the equipment, procedures, and applications described or referred to herein, their quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose. Further, The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. specifically disclaims any liability whatsoever for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use any of the equipment, procedures, and applications described or referred to herein.

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Instructors PowerPoint Presentations


The Instructors PowerPoint Presentations is a CD package to be used with the text, Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; text by Andrew D. Althouse, Carl H. Turnquist, and Alfred F. Bracciano. This CD package enables you to present the course material to your students in a well-organized manner. The package contains a PowerPoint presentation for each of the 30 chapters. For your convenience, the unit material is delivered in the order it is encountered in the text. These PowerPoint presentations were created in PowerPoint 2000. However, you do not have to be running PowerPoint to use these presentations. These presentations are packaged with the PowerPoint Viewer. The procedure for accessing the Viewer is detailed later in this documentation. The 30 presentations have been divided into three CDs. The presentations for Chapters 1 through 12 are on Disc 1; the presentations for Chapters 13 through 20, 22, and 25 are on Disc 2; and the presentations for Chapters 21, 23, 24, and 26 through 30 are on Disc 3. For example, if you wish to view the presentation for Chapters 1, insert Disc 1 in the D: drive (where D: is your CD drive), and locate the file Chapter 01.ppt. If you are running PowerPoint, double-click on this file and it will start in PowerPoint in the editing mode. This will enable you to edit and customize the presentations to fit your classroom instruction. Remember, these files are Read-Only, so the changes made to the presentation must be saved with a new filename. Note: You may want to copy the presentations to your hard drive or server. However, keep in mind to copy all 30 presentations to your drive you will need approximately 1.95GB of free space.

Viewer Installation Procedure

The following procedure is used to install the PowerPoint Viewer on your computer.

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Note: If PowerPoint is installed on your computer, then you do not need to install the PowerPoint Viewer. 1. 2. drive. 3. 4. Pick Run in the Start menu. This activates the Run dialog box. Type D:\PPView97.exe in the Open: text box and press OK. If your CD drive is Start Windows. Insert the Instructors PowerPoint Presentations CDs into your computers CD

not D:, substitute the proper drive designation. 5. The installation program will now start. Follow all of the instructions until the

installation is complete.

Viewing a Presentation Using PowerPoint

If you are using PowerPoint, start it and use the Open command to open one of the presentations. PowerPoint will open the presentation in the editing mode. This will enable you to edit and customize the presentations to fit your classroom instruction. Remember, these files are ReadOnly, so the changes made to the presentation must be saved with a new filename. To show the presentation, pick View Show in the Slide Show pull-down menu.

Viewing a Presentation Using the PowerPoint Viewer

If you have loaded the PowerPoint Viewer, start the program by picking Programs from the Start menu, and then double-clicking on Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 97. The Microsoft PowerPoint
Viewer dialog box now appears. Locate the D: (CD drive) folder and click on Arch01.ppt

(Chapter 1 presentation) and pick the Show button. Note: From the Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer dialog box, you can also select a presentation and use the Print button to print the presentation

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to be used as handouts. The Chapter 1 presentation should start at this point. The title slide and a chapter title slide are the first two slides for each presentation. Note: If your softwares macro virus detection is on, opening some of the presentations may activate a Warning dialog box. Because of the nature of the PowerPoint software and its use of macros to perform certain animations, you will encounter this dialog box. Click on the
Enable macros button to run the presentation as created. Clicking on the Disable macros button may result in the presentation not running as it

was designed. You may click on the Always ask before opening
documents with macros check box to turn off this warning notice. From

that point on, the notice will be bypassed and any macro will be enabled. It is suggested that you leave this check box checked, so that the macro virus detection is left on.

Using the Viewer

Once a presentation is opened in the Viewer, click the left mouse button or press the down or right arrow key to advance forward through the presentation. To go back in the presentation, use the up or left arrow key. While using the Viewer, you may click the right mouse button to access the pop-up menu. To remove the pop-up menu, move the pointer (arrow) outside the pop-up menu and click on the left mouse button.

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Note: The pop-up menu can also be accessed by pressing the button in the lower-left corner of the screen. This button appears when you move the arrow. The pop-up menu can be used to perform various movements:
Next and Previous. Pick to move to the next or previous slide or animation movement. Go. Pick to go to the previous viewed slide, or select a slide by title and go to that point in the

presentation.
Arrow. Turns the pointer on and off. Pen. Turns on a pen that can be used to draw or make comments directly on screen. The pen

movement is controlled by the mouse and writing is controlled by the clicking and holding of the left mouse button. Markings are not saved. All markings are removed when you advance to the next slide.
Pointer Options. Allows you to pick when the pointer will be hidden and what color the pen

will be.
Screen. Allows you to go to a black screen. Edit. Normally not an option. Only available if you are running a version of PowerPoint. Print. Access the Print dialog box. Prints one slide per page. This option is good for

making handouts or creating presentation notes.


End Show. Stops presentation at that point.

Acknowledgments
The author and publisher would like to thank the following for their assistance and contributions to the Instructors PowerPoint Presentations for Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.

A-1 Compressors, Inc. A.O. Smith Electrical Products

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A.W. Sperry Instruments, Inc. ABB Stal Refrigeration Corporation Abbeon Cal, Inc. AC & R Components, Inc. Acme Electric Corp. Action Instruments, Inc. Addison Products Company Aeroquip Corp. Air Balance Inc. Air & Energy, Inc. Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) Airguard Industries, Inc. Airserco Mfg. Co. Aitken Products, Inc. Alco Controls Division, Emerson Electric Co. Allied Signal, Inc. Alnor Instrument Co. Amana Refrigeration, Inc. American Metal Products Co., A MASCO Company American Panel Corporation American Saw & Mfg. Company American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and AirConditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Americold Compressor Division of White Consolidated Industries, Inc. Amprobe Instrument ANAMET Industrial, Inc., An ANAMET Company Andersen Corp. Anemostat Products Div. Armstrong Air Conditioning, Inc.

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Avery Dennison Bacharach, Inc. Bally Engineered Structures, Inc. Baltimore Aircoil Company Barber-Colman Co. Beckett Corporation Bell & Gossett, ITT Industries BOHN Refrigeration Products, a Unit of Heatcraft, Inc. BOTSBALL, Howard Mfg. & Consulting, Inc. Bou-Matic Bristol Compressors Bryant Air Conditioning/Heating Buchbinder, Chicago, IL Buick Motor Div., General Motors Corp. Burnham Corporation Cadillac Motor Car Div., General Motors Corp. Carel Corporation Carlin Combustion Technology, Inc. Carlyle Compressor Company, Division of Carrier Corp. Carrier Corp., Residential Products Carrier Corp., Subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation Carrier Transicold Division, Carrier Corp. Chatleff Controls, Inc. Chicago Valve Plate & Seal Co. Cleveland Twist Drill Co. Climate Technology Corp., A Hunter Fan Company ClimateMaster, Inc. The Coleman Co., Inc. Comfortmaker, Inter-City Products Corp. (USA) Compressed Air magazine

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Conservation Energy Systems Consolidated Industries Corporation Control Systems International Cooper Tools, Nicholson Copeland Corporation CPS Products, Inc. Chrysler Corporation Danfoss Automatic Controls, Division of Danfoss, Inc. Delphi Automotive Systems Denso, Sales of California, Inc. Des Champs Laboratories, Inc. DESA International Detroit Edison Co. Detroit Public Schools Dongan Electric Mfg. Co. Dunham-Bush, Inc. DuPont Company DuPont Energy Management Co., Inc. Duro/Indestro, Duro Metal Products Co. Dwyer Instruments, Inc. Eaton Corp. Eaton Corp., Controls Division ECR Technologies Edison Electric Institute Edwards Engineering Corp. Eklind Tool Co. Electro-air/White-Rodgers Division, Emerson Electric Co. Electrolux AB Emerson Electric Co. Enerstat Corporation

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ESAB Welding & Cutting Products Evcon Industries, Inc. Farr Company Fasco Motors Group Fedders North America Fireye Flex-L International, Inc. Fluidex Division, Parker-Hannifin Corp. Fluke Corporation Fluoro Tech, F.T. Industries, LLC Ford Customer Service Div. Ford Motor Co. Frick Co. Frigidaire Company Fusite Division, Emerson Electric Co. The Gates Rubber Co. General Electric Co. General Filters, Inc. General Motors CorporationGM Service Technology Group Goodman Manufacturing Corporation Goodway Technologies Corp. Goss Inc. Grainger, Division of W.W. Grainger, Inc. Grasso, Inc. Grundfos Pumps Corporation Hackney Brothers Body, Wilson, NC Hansen Technologies Corporation Harrison Radiator Div., General Motors Corp. Hart & Cooley, Inc. Hartford Compressors, Inc.

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Heat Controller, Inc. Heat Pipe Technology, Inc. Heatcraft Refrigeration Products Heatrex Incorporated Heil Heating and Cooling Products, Inter-City Products Corp. (USA) Henry Valve Co. Hobart Corp. Home Planners, Inc. Honeywell Inc. Hoshizaki America, Inc. Hotpoint Div., General Electric Co. H.O. Trerice Co. Howe Corporation Edward Hulyk Studio Hussmann Corporation HyCal Unit of General Signal Hypertherm, Incorporated Ice-O-Matic ICI Americas, Inc. illbruck, Inc. Imperial Eastman, Imperial Division Inter-City Products Corporation (USA) International Ground Source Heat Pump Association Invensys Appliance Controls ITT Fluid Handling Sales ITT McDonnell & Miller ITW Vortec Jarrow Products, Inc. Johnson Controls, Inc. Klein Tools, Inc.

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Knauf Fiber Glass GmbH Kold-Draft Division, Uniflow Manufacturing Company Koolatron Industries Kramer Trenton Co. Kysor/Warren Division of Kysor Industrial Corp. Landis & Gyr Powers, Inc. Larchmont Engineering Lennox International, Inc. Leybold Inficon, Inc. The Lincoln Electric Company Lucas-Milhaupt, Inc., A Handy & Harman Company Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. MagneTek Maneurop Inc. Mannix Testing and Measurement The Marley Cooling Tower Company Marley Electric Heating, A United Dominion Company Marsh Instrument Co. Mast Development Co. Maurey Mfg. Corp. Maxitrol Company McQuay International McQuay, SnyderGeneral Corp. Metrosonics, Inc. Wm. W. Meyer & Sons, Inc. Michigan Farmer Micro Switch, Div. of Honeywell, Inc. Midco International, Inc. Mitsubishi Electronics America, Inc. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Monarch Nozzle Company

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Paul Mueller Company Mueller Refrigeration Products Co., Division of Mueller Industries, Inc. Mycom Corp. National Electrical Contractors Association National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) National Refrigerants, Inc. National Refrigeration Products NIBCO, Inc. Nordyne Nor-Lake, Incorporated North Star Ice Equipment Corp. Numbers, 1985, Altadena, CA, by Holladay and Otterholm Oasis Corporation Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. Packless Industries Paragon Electric Co., Inc. Parker-Hannifin Corporation, Seal Group Parker-Hannifin Refrigeration Components Group Peerless of America, Inc. Penguin Refrigeration, Inc. PHOTOCOM, Inc. Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors Corp. PSG Industries, Inc. QMark, A Division of Marley Electric Heating Qualimetrics, Inc. Radiant Technology, Inc. Ranco North America Phil Rawlings (Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium Information Technical Support Center)

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Recycling Specialists International Redi Controls, Inc. Reed Manufacturing Co. Refrigerant Management Systems, Inc. Refrigerating Specialties Div., Parker-Hannifin Corp. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Division, Parker-Hannifin Corp. Refrigeration Research, Inc. Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES) Refrigeration Technologies Revcor, Inc. Rheem Air Conditioning Div. Rheem Mfg. Co., Scientific Products Div. Ridge Tool Company Ritchie Engineering Company, Inc. Robinair, SPX Corporation Robur Corporation Rosemount Analytical, Inc. Rubatex Corp. Ruskin Manufacturing Co. R. W. Beckett Corp. Sani-Serv Scale Free Systems, Inc. Schaefer Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. Scotsman Ice Systems Sealed Unit Parts Co., Inc. Seal-Tite Sensidyne, Inc. SIBIR Siebe Environmental Controls Sierra Instruments, Inc.

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Silver King Division of Stevens Lee Company Simpson Electric Company Skuttle Mfg. Co. SKYE/USA Snap-on Tools Corp. Solar Components Corporation Solar Light Co., Inc. Solarex Corporation Solaronics, Inc. Southeast Oakland Vocational Education Center Sparco Inc. Spectronics Corporation Sporlan Valve Company Sprinkool Systems, Inc. Square D Company S-T Industries, Inc. Standard Refrigeration Co. Steril-Aire, Inc. Suburban Manufacturing Company Suntec Industries, Inc. Superior Contract Services, Inc. Superior Valve Co., Division of AMCAST Industrial Corporation Sweden-Alco Dispensing Systems, A Div. of Alco Foodservice Equipment Co. Taylor Company Taylor Precision Products Tecogen, A Division of Thermo Power Corporation Tectronic Products Company, Inc. Tecumseh Products Company Telaire Systems, Inc.

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Teletrol Systems, Inc. Temprite Div. of Elkay Mfg. Co. Tempstar Heating and Cooling Products, Inter-City Products Corp. (USA) Testo, Inc. Texas Instruments, Inc. Thermal Engineering Company, Division of Seakay Co., Inc. Thermatron Corporation Thermo Products, Inc. Therm-O-Disc, Inc. Jerry Thomas (Heat Pipe Technology, Inc.) TIF Instruments, Inc. Tjernlund Products, Inc. Torrington Research Toyota Motors USA The Trane Co. The Trane Co., Unitary Products Group Tranter, Inc. Tranter, Inc., Edgefield Division Tranter, Inc., Texas Division Trion, Inc. Trol-A-Temp, Division of Trolex Corporation Trush, Directions, Inc. TRW Greenfield Tap & Die Div. TSI Incorporated Tutco, Inc. Tyler Refrigeration Corp. Unique Air, Inc. United States Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services

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Uniweld Products, Inc. Utica Boilers, Inc. Vaisala, Inc. Van Steenburgh Engineering Laboratories, Inc. Vickers, Inc. Vilter Mfg. Corp. Virginia KMP Corp. Wahl Instruments, Inc. WaterFurnace International, Inc. Watsco Components, Inc. Webster Heating Weil-McLain, A United Dominion Company Weksler Instruments Corp. Whirlpool Corporation White-Rodgers Division, Emerson Electric Co. Williamson Corporation Wirsbo Company Y/P Products, Inc. York International Corp., Applied Systems-Parts Division York International Corp., Unitary Products Group

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