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PowerPoint Lecture 14

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PowerPoint Lecture 14

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  1. PowerPoint Lecture 14 Using a Design Template and Text Slide Layout to Create a Presentation

  2. Objectives • Start and customize PowerPoint • Describe the PowerPoint window • Select a design template • Create a title slide and text slides with single- and multi-level bulleted lists

  3. Objectives • Change the font size and font style • Save a presentation • End a slide show with a black slide • View a presentation in slide show view

  4. Objectives • Quit PowerPoint and then open a presentation • Display and print a presentation in black and white • Use the PowerPoint Help system

  5. Starting PowerPoint • Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and then point to Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu • Click Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 • If the PowerPoint window is not maximized, double-click its title bar to maximize it

  6. Starting PowerPoint

  7. Customizing the PowerPoint Window • If the Language bar appears, right-click it to display a list of commands • Click the Close the Language bar command • If necessary, click the OK button in the Language Bar dialog box • Click the Getting Started task pane Close button in the upper-right corner of the task pane • If the Standard and Formatting toolbars are positioned on the same row, click the Toolbar Options button on the Standard toolbar, and then click Show Buttons on Two Rows

  8. Customizing the PowerPoint Window

  9. Choosing a Design Template • Point to the Slide Design button on the Formatting toolbar • Click the Slide Design button and then point to the down scroll arrow in the Apply a design template list • Click the down scroll arrow to scroll through the list of design templates until Profile appears in the Available For Use area. Point to the Profile template • Click Profile • Click the Close button in the Slide Design task pane

  10. Choosing a Design Template

  11. Entering the Presentation Title • Click the label, Click to add title, located inside the title text placeholder • Type Strategies for College Success in the title text placeholder. Do not press the ENTER key

  12. Entering the Presentation Title

  13. Entering the Presentation Subtitle • Click the label, Click to add subtitle, located inside the subtitle text placeholder • Type Presented by and then press the ENTER key • Type Lakemore Academic Skills Center but do not press the ENTER key

  14. Changing the Text Font Style to Italic • Triple-click the paragraph, Presented by, in the subtitle text placeholder, and then point to the Italic button on the Formatting toolbar • Click the Italic button

  15. Increasing Font Size • Position the mouse pointer in the paragraph, Lakemore Academic Skills Center, and then triple-click • Point to the Font Size box arrow on the Formatting toolbar • Click the Font Size box arrow, click the Font Size box scroll bar, and then point to 32 in the Font Size list • Click 32

  16. Increasing Font Size

  17. Saving a Presentation on a USB flash drive • With a USB flash drive connected to one of the ocmputer’s USB ports, click the Save button on the Standard toolbar • Type College Success in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key after typing the file name • Click the Save in box arrow • Click USB flash drive in the Save in list • Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box

  18. Saving a Presentation on a USB flash drive

  19. Adding a New Text Slide with a Bulleted List • Click the New Slide button on the Formatting toolbar • If necessary, click the Show when inserting new slides check box to remove the check mark, and then click the Close button on the Slide Layout task pane

  20. Entering a Slide Title • Click the title text placeholder and then type Get Organized in the placeholder. Do not press the ENTER key

  21. Selecting a Text Placeholder • Click the bulleted paragraph labeled, Click to add text

  22. Typing a Single-Level Bulleted List • Type Time management skills help balance academic, work, and social events and then press the ENTER key • Type Create a schedule each week that accounts for all activities and then press the ENTER key • Type Plan two hours of study time for each one hour of class time but do not press the ENTER key • Point to the New Slide button on the Formatting toolbar

  23. Typing a Single-Level Bulleted List

  24. Adding a New Slide and Entering a Slide Title • Click the New Slide button • Type Listen Actively in the title text placeholder. Do not press the ENTER key

  25. Typing a Multi-Level Bulleted List • Click the bulleted paragraph labeled, Click to add text • Type Sit in the front row to focus attention and then press the ENTER key • Point to the Increase Indent button on the Formatting toolbar • Click the Increase Indent button • Type Do not tolerate distractions and then press the ENTER key

  26. Typing a Multi-Level Bulleted List • Point to the Decrease Indent button on the Formatting toolbar • Click the Decrease Indent button

  27. Typing the Remaining Text for Slide 3 • Type Make mental summaries of material and then press the ENTER key • Type Be prepared for class and then press the ENTER key • Click the Increase Indent button on the Formatting toolbar • Type Review notes from books, previous class and then press the ENTER key • Type Preview material to be covered that day but do not press the ENTER key

  28. Typing the Remaining Text for Slide 3

  29. Creating Slide 4 • Click the New Slide button on the Formatting Toolbar • Type Excel on Exams in the title text placeholder • Press CTRL + ENTER to move the insertion point to the body text placeholder • Type Review test material throughout week and then press the ENTER key • Click the Increase Indent button on the Formatting toolbar. Type Cramming before exams is ineffective and then press the ENTER key

  30. Creating Slide 4

  31. Creating a Third-Level Paragraph • Click the Increase Indent button on the Formatting toolbar • Type Facts remain only in short-term memory and then press the ENTER key • Point to the Decrease Indent button on the Formatting toolbar • Click the Decrease Indent button two times

  32. Creating a Third-Level Paragraph

  33. Typing the Remaining Text for Slide 4 • Type Review entire test before answering and then press the ENTER key • Press the TAB key to increase the indent to the second level • Type Start with the material you know and then press the ENTER key • Press the TAB key to increase the indent to the third level • Type Think positively and stay focused but do not press the ENTER key

  34. Typing the Remaining Text for Slide 4

  35. Ending a Slide Show with a Black Slide • Click Tools on the menu bar and then point to Options • Click Options • If necessary, click the View tab when the Options dialog box appears • Verify that the End with black slide check box is selected • If a check mark does not show, click End with black slide, and then click the OK button

  36. Ending a Slide Show with a Black Slide

  37. Saving a Presentation with the Same File Name • Be certain your USB flash drive is connected to one of the computer’s USB ports • Click the Save button on the Standard toolbar

  38. Using the Scroll Box on the Slide Pane to Move to Another Slide • Position the mouse pointer on the scroll box • Press and hold down the mouse button • Drag the scroll box up the vertical scroll bar until Slide: 1 of 4 Strategies for College Success appears in the slide indicator • Release the mouse button

  39. Using the Scroll Box on the Slide Pane to Move to Another Slide

  40. Starting Slide Show View • Point to the Slide Show button in the lower-left corner of the PowerPoint window above the status bar • Click the Slide Show button

  41. Moving Manually through Slides in a Slide Show • Click each slide until the Excel on Exams slide (Slide 4) is displayed • Click Slide 4

  42. Displaying the Popup Menu and Going to a Specific Slide • With the black slide displaying in slide show view, right-click the slide • Point to Go to Slide on the Popup menu, and then point to 1 Strategies for College Success in the Go to Slide submenu • Click 1 Strategies for College Success

  43. Displaying the Popup Menu and Going to a Specific Slide

  44. Using the Popup Menu to End a Slide Show • Right-click the title slide and then point to End Show on the Popup menu • Click End Show • If the Microsoft PowerPoint dialog box appears, click the Yes button

  45. Quitting PowerPoint • Point to the Close button on the PowerPoint title bar • Click the Close button

  46. Starting PowerPoint and Opening an Existing Presentation • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click the Start button on the taskbar, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Office, and then click Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu • When the Getting Started task pane opens, point to the Open link in the Open area • Click the Open link. Click the Look in box arrow, click USB flash drive, and then double-click College Success

  47. Starting PowerPoint and Opening an Existing Presentation

  48. Checking a Presentation for Spelling Errors

  49. Starting the Spelling Checker • Point to the Spelling button on the Standard toolbar • Click the Spelling button • When the Spelling dialog box appears, point to the Ignore button • Click the Ignore button • When the Microsoft Office PowerPoint dialog box appears, point to the OK button

  50. Starting the Spelling Checker • Click the OK button • Click the slide to remove the highlight from the word, Lakemore