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  1. PowerPoint Tutorial 1:Creating a Presentation

  2. What You Will Do In Tutorial 1 • 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

  3. What You Will Do In Tutorial 1 • 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

  4. What You Will Do In Tutorial 1 • 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

  5. The PowerPoint Window

  6. Using Themes

  7. Editing Text

  8. 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

  9. Using AutoCorrect • The AutoCorrect feature automatically corrects certain words and typing errors

  10. Editing Text in the Outline Tab

  11. Rearranging Slides

  12. Running a Slide Show

  13. Using Animations and Transitions

  14. Animating Text

  15. Inserting Footers, Slide Numbers, and the Date

  16. Using Speaker Notes

  17. Checking the Spelling in a Presentation

  18. Previewing and Printing a Presentation