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  1. The power of PowerPoint Designing and Presenting Superb PowerPoint Presentations. Purpose & Objective Disclaimer Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  2. Purpose & objective • To adequately prepare you for the upcoming Junior Class Debate. • To gain sufficient experience for the Senior Graduation Project in 2010. • To gain sufficient knowledge in basic PowerPoint Presentations. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  3. Disclaimer…. • This tutorial was created for a High School Junior with moderate skills in PowerPoint. • By viewing this presentation from beginning to end, the viewer will successfully learn to master all view points of PowerPoint. • This tutorial presentation uses PowerPoint 2007, however it is easily compatible with 2003. • You will be taken at some points to a blank presentation that is entitled “Outside Project Supplement to get “real time” practice. • Good Luck! • Let’s Begin! Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  4. Table of contents Why use PowerPoint? YouTube & PowerPoint Open up PowerPoint Tired of Clicking? T.T.F.T 1,2,3 ACTION All about the ClipArt Timing is Everything Hit F5 – Tips for the Trade Let’s add a little soul! Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  5. Why use PowerPoint? • What is PowerPoint? • PowerPoint is a program application created by Microsoft designed to create slide shows for every type of presentations format such as: • Meetings • Web Pages • Photo Albums • Speech • School Presentation Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  6. Let’s open her up • Click on your start menu button • Microsoft Office PowerPoint will be in a folder titled • “Microsoft Office” • Once you click on PowerPoint, wait for the program to load. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

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  8. Theme, title, footer, table • Theme • A Theme insures that your PowerPoint will have a even and consistent flow throughout your entire Presentation. • Title • You must ALWAYS include a Title Slide. If you don’t, how will they know what you’re talking about? • Footer • A Footer is a nice way to give credit to yourself or to remind your viewers what/why this presentation is for. • Table • Easy to construct & it helps you cover main points in once easy location. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  9. Let’s look at some themes. • Click on the Design Tab (between “INSERT” and “ANIMATIONS” • You should see several options • TIP: Click on the “More button” to see ALL of the “Themes” available. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

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  11. Tips for your title slide • Your Title Slide Should ALWAYS contain the following: • Creative Title for your Presentation • A Subtitle (if your presentation calls for it) • An image to give the audience • A Footer (your name – if needed) Let’s Create a Title Slide now. Create your Title Slide Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  12. All about the ClipArt Remember pictures and clip ALWAYS enhance your presentation. It gives your words extra emphasis. For example, if I advise you that colorful engaging clip art is a “THUMBS UP” then paste a picture of a huge “THUMB” this will add detail and depth to your presentation. Let’s go over how to add clip art or a picture to any slide. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  13. Adding clip art/picture to your presentation. • Select “Insert” Tab • Select what type of image you would like from the “Clip Art” bar that appears to your right. • You can either “click & drag” or LEFT-CLICK on your mouse and select INSERT • By placing your mouse over the clip art you are able to move the picture anywhere you want. Let’s see how it’s done Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  14. Type… businesswoman Select Clip Art Insert or Drag Left Click on Pic Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  15. let’s add a little soul to it • Adding music is as “easy as A-B-C so simple as 1-2-3. • INSERT  SOUND  Choose from 4 Options • Sound From File; Sound from Clip; Play Audio CD • Adding music can enhance your presentation. • Make sure that the music or clips you add go along with the content of your presentation. • You never want to hear a • When what you really want to hear is a birdcall cat Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  16. YouTube & PowerPoint • With the creation that is YouTube PowerPoint and a really great Internet Connection are all that stand in your way from having video during your presentation. • REMEMBER: You must have an internet connection to embed any YouTube files to your presentation. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  17. A Youtube video that’s about youtube. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  18. So…tired of clicking yet? • So by now, you’ve realized that unless you tell your presentation to transition • You are stuck clicking your mouse. This limits the amount of visibility that you have with your audience. • You also want to make sure that your animation flows. ALWAYS GO IN ORDER! • As you customize your animation – remember three phrases: • On Click – keep doing the way you want • With Previous • After Previous Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

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  20. 1,2,3, action!!!! • A Great Presentation has to have variety. • Depending on your audience, certain slides you may have to take away. • How do you still present & have it look fluid and smooth. • You achieve this through “Action buttons.” • Action buttons are “hyperlinked” action buttons that will take anywhere we dare for our viewers to go. Let’s see how it’s done Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  21. Give me some action *Hint – these buttons are live! • Select “Insert” • Select “Shapes” • At the bottom are a list of the Action Buttons Go Back 1 Slide Last Page Viewed Go Forward 1 Slide Watch a movie! Go Back to the Beginning Load up a Document Go to the Last Slide Let’s Hear some Tunes Go Home (you choose Home Help Menu Way to get Information English III Junior Research Project

  22. Timing is everything • A Great way to make sure that your presentation is timed exactly you need to rehear ease at least 2-3 times. • After doing this, you need to make sure that each slide advances at the appropriate time. • Click on the Animation • You will see 3 Categories • Preview – Preview the Custom or Automatic Transition • Custom Animation – THIS IS THE BEST • Transition to This Slide – Make sure that your Transition are going smooth and to the correct next slide. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  23. This makes your slides go without English III Junior Research Project

  24. Theme, table, & footers. • Hey let’s face it, sometimes the wonderful animation tools within PowerPoint’s arsenal are not going to help you get your message off. • What do you do when you have a lot of information but you do not want to bore your audience them to death. • How about inserting a table. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  25. Table dos and don’ts Let’s see how to do it. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  26. Inserting a table into your slideshow. After selecting the layout of your new slide, select the GRID ICON. English III Junior Research Project

  27. Inserting a table into your slideshow. Select the # of Columns and Rows that you want for your table. English III Junior Research Project

  28. Now you have a Table. Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  29. Footers – really easy. • Your footer is a reference tag that allows your audience to know things like: • The Slide number • The author • Company Name or Your Name • A Footer though small can have great information and give more of a polished look to your presentations. • Click on Inset • Select “Header & Footer” under the TEXT tab • For your Footer you have 3 Options to select. Choose 1 Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

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  31. Table of Contents If you can’t say let the web do it for ya! Some information is so great and so much it just will not fit into a slide. When that happens just add a hyperlink to your presentation. A Hyperlink can be an action button, a single word or phrase, or a picture. Let’s add a hyperlink to the Photo. English III Junior Research Project

  32. Type in URL: http://www.presentation-pointers.com/showarticle/articleid/14/ Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

  33. Table of Contents If you can’t say let the web do it for ya! Some information is so great and so much it just will not fit into a slide. When that happens just add a hyperlink to your presentation. A Hyperlink can be an action button, a single word or phrase, or a picture. Let’s add a hyperlink to the Photo. “Click on me!” English III Junior Research Project

  34. Hit f5 – let’s enjoy the show • So…you’ve finished building your PowerPoint Presentation. Here are just a few tips to get you going before presentation Day. • I like to call them the 4 R’s of Presenting. • REHEARSE • REPEAT • REVISE if NECESSARY • REPRACTICE • Good Luck and Happy Presenting! Table of Contents English III Junior Research Project

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