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Intermediate PowerPoint

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I created this Intermediate PowerPoint presentation for a class I was asked to teach when a coworker was called away by a family emergency. Because I was not expecting to teach this PowerPoint class, …

I created this Intermediate PowerPoint presentation for a class I was asked to teach when a coworker was called away by a family emergency. Because I was not expecting to teach this PowerPoint class, I created this presentation in one day

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    • 1. Intermediate PowerPoint Virtual Village
    • 2. This is part II
      • You should already be able to:
      • Create a presentation based on a template
      • Format and edit a presentation
      • Work with clip art
      • Add simple animation
      • Save your work
    • 3. Using help
      • Help menu
      • Or click F1
      • Search for a topic
      • Browse table of contents
    • 4. Working with clip art
      • Already on some slide layouts
      • If not, select Insert, Picture, Clip Art to launch Clip Art Gallery
      • Search by keyword or browse
      • Can look online
      • Resizing clip art
    • 5. Is PowerPoint evil?
      • Being able to do something doesn’t mean you should
    • 6. Background – Bad
      • Avoid backgrounds that are distracting or difficult to read from
      • Always be consistent with the background that you use
    • 7. Color - Bad
      • Using a font color that does not contrast with the background color is hard to read
      • Using color for decoration is distracting and annoying .
      • Using a different color for each point is unnecessary
        • Using a different color for secondary points is also unnecessary
      • T r y i n g t o b e c r e a t i v e c a n a l s o b e distracting
    • 8. Gettysburg Cemetery Dedication Abraham Lincoln
    • 9. Review of Key Objectives & Critical Success Factors
      • What makes nation unique
        • Conceived in Liberty
        • Men are equal
      • Shared vision
        • New birth of freedom
        • Gov’t of/for/by the people
    • 10. Summary
      • New nation
      • Civil war
      • Dedicate field
      • Dedicated to unfinished work
      • New birth of freedom
      • Government not perish
    • 11. PowerPoint can be good
      • Studies have shown that when we hear and see something at the same time, our recall is greatly increased.
      • The slide is there as a jumping off point for your presentation, as a visual reinforcement of your message.
    • 12. If you ever read your slides to your audience, I will come after you with a wet noodle!
    • 13. For a good presentation
      • No more than 3 or 4 bullets per slide
      • No more than six words per bullet
      • Phrases, not sentences
    • 14. Fonts
      • Make sure your fonts are legible.
      • Arial at 10 point , 16 point , 32 point , at 48 point , at 64 point
      • Stick to one or two fonts
      • Don’t use ALL CAPS, italics or underlining for emphasis. Try a different color , a larger font size or subtle animation.
    • 15. Other tips
      • All art, sounds, charts should add something to your presentation.
      • Don’t let your background overpower your content
      • Reveal one idea at a time.
      • Run spell check. Proofread. It’s important!
    • 16. For a professional look
      • Use an appropriate design
        • A floral theme is only professional if you’re a florist
        • Don’t deliver bad news with a design with a vacation theme
      • Slide transitions should be subtle and consistent
    • 17. Adding a graph
    • 18. Adding an organizational chart
    • 19. Animations
    • 20. Narration
    • 21. Making your presentation run smoother
    • 22. Saving your file
    • 23. While you’re running the presentation
      • Right click for pen/arrow/pointer
        • E to erase
      • Black screen
      • White screen
      • Moving through the show
    • 24. Finishing touches
      • Speaker’s notes
      • Handouts
        • Master layout
        • Can do in Word
    • 25. Printing
      • Maybe the hardest part
      • If using a black and white printer, use print dialogue to print in black and white
      • Can print with background in place, usually won’t want to
    • 26. Final exercise
      • What I’d do if I won the lottery
    • 27. What I’d do if I won the lottery by my dog Tess
    • 28. My dream house
    • 29. Who I’d share the wealth with
      • Mama
      • Spike
      • No cats
      • Anyone who would buy me treats
    • 30. What I’d buy
      • Bones
      • Dog food
      • Dog beds
      • New collar
      • Bones
      • Bones
    • 31. My new bed
    • 32. Where I’d go
      • The park
      • The pet store
      • Bojangle’s (yum)
      • To work with Mama

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