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Our Report during our ED TECH 2 Class of Ms. Balbuena 8:30-9:30 am MWF

Our Report during our ED TECH 2 Class of Ms. Balbuena 8:30-9:30 am MWF

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    All About Microsoft PowerPoint All About Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation Transcript

    • All About Microsoft PowerPoint Creation of Slideshow Presentation
    • What is Microsoft PowerPoint?
      • It is a program designed in creating presentations.
      • It is debated to be beneficial for it is widely among different industries especially in both business and academics.
      • And it is the most effective tool in lectures and seminars.
      • It uses graphical approaches to presentations in the form of slide shows that accompany the oral delivery of the topic.
      • By this program, it allows user to choose the type of layout content in creating Presentations.
    • Its HISTORY
      • It is originally designed by the Macintosh and its first release is called the PRESENTER.
      • This is developed by Dennis Austin and Thomas Rudkin of Forethought, Inc.
      • In 1987, it is renamed into PowerPoint due to the problem of trademarks.
      • In August 1987, Forethought, Inc. was bought by the Microsoft and it became MS Graphics Business Unit which continued to developed the software further.
      • And the program was officially launched on May 22,1990,thsame day that Microsoft released MS Windows 3.0
    • What are its elements?
      • The basic designs
      • New slides and contents
      • Layouts
      • Design templates
      • Animation
      • Slide transitions
    • The basic design of MS PowerPoint
      • It allows users to start making Presentation through the basic design before proceeding in applying the slide designs offered by these program.
      • Familiarity is one of the key in attaining the knowledge of making slides.
    • The Parts of MS PowerPoint
    • New Presentation Task Pane
      • A window within an Office application that provides commonly used commands.
      • Its location and its size allows users to use the commands while still working on your files.
      • It gives range in letting users to know about the creating Presentation.
    • Existing Presentation
      • This command creates a copy of an existing file in order to do changes and add-ons on your presentation.
    • Design Template
      • It encloses the design concept of slides, fonts, color schemes and layouts.
      • Allows users to create artistic views on their presentation
      • Through this application, it made slides as a form of motivation especially when animations and transitions are put up together
    • Templates with suggested content
      • Use the Auto content Wizard to apply a design template that includes suggestions for text on your slides.
    • Template on Web
      • A kind of template that let users to use the Web to create a presentation
    • Microsoft.com Template
      • The offered access of the program that allows users to choose templates from the Microsoft Office’s Template Gallery.
      • These kind of templates are arranged according on what type of presentation a user will be making.
    • Tips in Creating Presentation
      • Familiarize the usages of the program
      • Allow yourself to operate rather than letting others do it for yourself.
      • In making presentations, choose slide designs that will make your viewers be interested on your topic.