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  1. PowerPoint Tutorial 1:Creating a Presentation

  2. Objectives • Plan and create a new presentation • Create a title slide and slides with bulleted lists • Change the theme • Open an existing PowerPoint presentation • Edit and format text in the Slide pane • Use AutoCorrect New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  3. Objectives • Rearrange text in the Outline tab • Rearrange slides in Normal and Slide Sorter view • Delete slides • View a slide show • Create a new presentation based on an existing one • Animate slide titles and bulleted lists New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  4. Objectives • Apply transitions • Insert footer text, slide numbers, and the date on slides • Create speaker notes • Check the spelling in a presentation • Preview and print slides, handouts, speaker notes, and the outline New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  5. The PowerPoint Window New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  6. Creating a New Presentation • PowerPoint is a powerful presentation graphics program that provides everything you need to produce an effective side show presentation that can be shown to an audience of provided to people to view on their own • Click the Start button, point to All programs, click Microsoft Office, and then click Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  7. Creating a New Presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  8. Creating a New Presentation • Planning a presentations • What is the purpose of your presentation? • Who is your audience? • How much time do you have for the presentation? • Will your audience benefit from printed output? New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  9. Creating a New Presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  10. Creating a New Presentation • A bulleted list is a list of “paragraphs” with a special character to the left of each paragraph • Bulleted item • First-level bullet • Second-level bullet • Subbullet • As you add text to a content placeholder, the AutoFit feature changes the line spacing and the font size of the text if you add more text than will fit in the placeholder New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  11. Creating a New Presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  12. Using Themes • Theme colors are the colors used for the background, title text, body text, accents, background colors and objects, and graphics in a presentation • Theme fonts are two fonts or font styles, one for the titles (or headings) and one for text in content placeholders • A graphic is a picture, shape, design, graph, chart, or diagram New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  13. Using Themes New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  14. Editing Text New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  15. Undoing Actions • If you make a mistake as you are working, you can undo your error by clicking the Undo button on the Quick Access Toolbar New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  16. Using AutoCorrect • The AutoCorrect feature automatically corrects certain words and typing errors New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  17. Editing Text in the Outline Tab • Working in the Outline tab allows you to see the outline of the entire presentation • Promoting an item means moving an item higher in the outline • Demoting an item moves the item lower in the outline New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  18. Editing Text in the Outline Tab New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  19. Rearranging Slides • In Slide Sorter view, PowerPoint displays all the slides as thumbnails • On the status bar, click the Slide Sorter button • Dragging and dropping slides in Slide Sorter view will rearrange them in the presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  20. Rearranging Slides New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  21. Deleting Slides • In Slide Sorter view or in the Slides tab in Normal view, right-click the slide thumbnail of the slide you want to delete; or in the Outline tab in Normal view, right-click the slide title of the slide you want to delete • On the shortcut menu, click Delete Slide or • In Slide Sorter view or in the Slides tab in Normal view, click the slide thumbnail of the slide you want to delete; or in the Outline tab in Normal view, click the slide icon of the slide you want to delete • Press the Delete key New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  22. Running a Slide Show • Slide Show view displays each slide so that it fills the entire screen with no toolbars or other Windows elements visible on the screen • When you click the Slide Show button on the status bar, the slide show starts beginning with the current slide • To start a slide show from the beginning, click the Slide Show tab on the Ribbon, and then in the Start then Slide Show group, click the From Beginning button • In Slide Show view, you move from one slide to the next by pressing the Spacebar, the Enter key, the  key, or the Page Down key New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  23. Running a Slide Show New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  24. Using Animations and Transitions New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  25. Creating a Presentation Based on an Existing Presentation • Click the File tab to open Backstage view, and then click the New tab in the navigation bar • In the Home section, click New from Existing to open the New from Existing Presentation dialog box • Navigate to the drive and folder containing the presentation on which to base the new presentation, click the presentation file, and then click the Create New button • Save the new presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  26. Creating a Presentation Based on an Existing Presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  27. Animating Text • Animations add interest to a slide show and draw attention to the text or object being animated • Progressive disclosure • Animation effects are grouped into four types: • Entrance • Emphasis • Exit • Motion Paths New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  28. Animating Text • Modifying the Start Timing of the Animation of Subbullets • In the Slide pane, click anywhere in the text box containing the subbullets to make it active • Click the Animations tab on the Ribbon, and then apply an animation to the active text box • In the Slide pane, select all the subbullets on the slide, or select all the bulleted items on the slide, or click the dashed line box surrounding the text box so it changes to a solid line • On the Animations tab, in the Timing group, click the Start button arrow, and then click On Click or After Previous New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  29. Animating Text New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  30. Adding Transitions • In the Slides tab or the Outline tab in Normal view or in Slide Sorter view, select the slide(s) to which you want to add a transition, or, if applying to all the slides, select any slide • Click the Transitions tab on the Ribbon • In the Transition to This Slide group, click the More button to display the gallery of transition effects • Click the desired transition effect in the gallery New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  31. Adding Transitions • If desired, in the Timing group, click the Transition Sound button arrow to insert a sound effect to accompany each transition • If desired, in the Timing group, click the Transition Speed button arrow to modify the speed of the transition • To apply the transition to all of the slides in the presentation, in the Timing group, click the Apply to All button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  32. Inserting Footers, Slide Numbers, and the Date • In PowerPoint, a footer is text that appears on every slide, but depending on the theme applied, it might not always appear at the bottom of a slide • Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon • In the Text group, click the Header & Footer button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  33. Inserting Footers, Slide Numbers, and the Date New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  34. Using Speaker Notes • Notes (also called speaker notes) help the speaker remember what to say when a particular slide appears during the presentation • They appear in the Notes pane below the slide pane in Normal view • You can also print notes pages with a picture of and notes about each slide New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  35. Using Speaker Notes New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  36. Checking the Spelling in a Presentation • Before you print or present a slide show, you should always perform a final check of the spelling of all the slides in your presentation • PowerPoint does two types of spell-checking: • The regular type is when PowerPoint finds a word that’s not in its dictionary • The other type is called contextual spell-checking, which checks the context in which a word is used New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  37. Checking the Spelling in a Presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  38. Previewing and Printing a Presentation • PowerPoint provides several printing options: • Color, grayscale, or pure black and white • Full page slides • Notes pages • Outline • Handouts New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  39. Previewing and Printing a Presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  40. PowerPoint Tutorial 2:Adding and Modifying Text and Graphic Objects

  41. Objectives • Insert a graphic from a file • Insert, resize, and reposition clip art • Modify the color and shape of a bitmapped graphic • Apply effects and styles to a graphic • Draw and format shapes • Add text to a shape • Insert and format text boxes • Flip and rotate objects New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  42. Objectives • Modify the Slide Master • Create SmartArt diagrams • Modify a SmartArt diagram • Apply animations to graphics • Customize animations • Insert headers on handouts and notes pages • Broadcast a presentation New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  43. Modifying Graphics New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  44. Understanding Graphics • Graphics are saved in a variety of file types New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  45. Adding a Graphic from a File • You can insert graphics stored on your computer on a slide using the Insert Picture from File button in a content placeholder or the Picture button in the Images group on the Insert tab New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  46. Inserting Clip Art • Clip art includes electronic illustrations, photographs, and other graphics stored in collections so that you can easily locate and insert them into documents and presentations • Switch to a layout that includes a content placeholder, and then in the content placeholder, click the Clip Art button; or click the Insert tab on the Ribbon, and then in the Images group, click the Clip Art button • In the Clip Art task pane, type a keyword or multiple keywords in the Search for box • Click the Results should be arrow, and then select the check boxes next to the types of clip art for which you want to search • Click the Go button • In the task pane, click the clip art that you want to insert into the slide New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  47. Inserting Clip Art New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  48. Resizing and Repositioning a Graphic • The easiest way to change the size of a graphic is to drag its sizing handles • You can also change a graphic’s size using the Shape Height and Width boxes in the Size group on the Format tab that appears when a picture or drawing is selected New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  49. Formatting Objects • The Adjust group on the Picture Tools Format tab contains buttons you can use to apply photo editing effects, including the Color button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  50. Formatting Objects • You can also change the color and width of an object’s border, add special effects to an object, and change the shape of a picture New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010