Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations and Slideshows

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We are not only going to learn about using PowerPoint we are going to learn how to put together and organize any  presentation whether you use PowerPoint or not.

  • MS Office button  (now FILE again)
  • Quick access toolbar
  • Tab Bar
  • Ribbon (replaces the old menu system)
  • Title Bar
  • Min/Max/restore buttons
  • Document pane
  • Status Bar
  • Document Creation
    • Create a Blank Presentation
    • Create a new Presentation from a template
    • Saving a Presentation as a doc and a template  (HD, Internal server, Cloud server)
    • Saving in older Presentation version formats, incl PDF
    • Inserting a blank page
    • Setting up your slide layout
      • slide Orientation
      • Choose Paper Size
      • Inserting Headers/Footers
      • Inserting slide numbers
      • Insert Date/Time
      • Insert a table
      • Modify a table
      • Working with TEXT
      • Editing your slide
      • Adding objects to your slide (pictures, sound, etc.)
      • Different ways to view slide on screen
      • Output (Printing, etc.)
      • Getting Help
      • Reviewing a slide in a group task assignment
      • HOT KEYS
        • Click Here for Hot Key List
        • Preferences  (For home use, may not be authorized in a work environment)
        • Using PRE-formatted elements???
          • Quick Parts, templates for specific tasks/projects, etc
          • Building your own quick parts
          • Viewing slide
            • Changing slide View
            • Zooming  in/out of slide
            • Zooming slider
            • Viewing Multiple presentations (Slide shows) at the same time
            • Comparing Slide shows side by side
    • Tracking changes
    • Review Pane
    • Inserting comments
    • Reviewing changes and comments
    • Marking a Slide shows as final
  • Getting HELP
    • Print Preview
    • Print
      • Different versions
      • PDFs
  • Email

Snipping tool (Win 7)


Posted April 2, 2012 by unitedfacultyconsultants

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