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  1. *•INSERTING AUDIO,GRAPHICORGANISERS AND SPECIALEFFECTS•HYPERLINKS NURHIDAYAH SHAHIRAH ZAFIRAH ANIS ADIBAH
  2. * To Insert a Sound File from Your Computer:1.Select the slide where you want to add sound.2.Select the Insert tab.3.Click the drop-down arrow on the Sound command in the Media Clips group.4.Select Sound from File from the menu. The Insert Sound dialog box will appear.5.Locate the sound file on your computer.6.Select the file.7.Click OK. A sound icon and a dialog box will appear.8.Select Automatically or When Clicked. Click Automatically or When Clicked. Automatically will start the sound automatically as soon as the slide appears in slide show view and When Clicked will start the sound when you click.9.Click, drag, and release the button to move the sound icon to a different location on the slide. *
  3. *To Insert a SmartArt Graphic:1. Select the slide where you wish to insert the SmartArt graphic.2. Select the Insert tab.3. Select the SmartArt command in the Illustrations group. A dialog box appears. Select a category on the left of the dialog box and review the SmartArt graphics that appear in the center.4. Click a graphic to select it. A larger version of the graphic, along with text details, will appear on the right side of the dialog box.5. Click OK. The graphic will appear on the slide, and two new SmartArt Tools tabs -- Design and Format -- will appear on the Ribbon.6. You can also insert a SmartArt graphic by clicking the Insert SmartArt command in the placeholder, if the slide layout includes a content placeholder.7. Think about the amount of text you will need for the graphic. Some layouts have more room for text than others. *
  4. *To Apply a Transition to One Slide:1. Select the slide you wish to modify.2. Select the Animations tab.3. Locate the Transition to This Slide group. By default, No Transition is applied to each slide.4. Click the More drop-down arrow to display all the transition effects.5. Click a slide transition effect to apply it to the selected slide.6. Hover over a slide transition effect to see a live preview of the effect on the slide. *
  5. *To Apply a Slide Transition All Slides:1. Select the slide you wish to modify.2. Select the Animations tab.3. Locate the Transition to This Slide group. By default, No Transition is applied to each slide.4. Click the More drop-down arrow to display all the transition effects.5. Click a slide transition effect to apply it to the selected slide.6. Click Apply To All to apply the transition to all the slides in the presentation.7. A star Play Animations icon will appear beneath any slide that has a transition effect applied to it, as well as any slide that uses animation effects for text or objects. The icon is visible on the Slides tab in the task pane on the left and in slide sorter view. Click the star Play Animations icon to preview the animation or transition effect
  6. *CREATE A HYPERLINK TO ANOTHER SIDE1. Highlight the text that contains the hyperlink2. From the menu click on: a. Slide show b. Action settings c. Hyperlink to slide3. Click on the name of the slideyou want to link to *
  7. *Create a Hyperlink to a URL1. Highlight the text that contains thehyperlink2. From the menu click ona. Slide Showb. Action Settingsc. Hyperlink to URLd. Type in the URLe. Click ok
  8. * Create a Button that contains a hyperlink1. From the menu click on a. Slide Show b. Action Buttons c. Select the button you would like to use (If you choose the first blank button you can customize with your own text) d. Your mouse becomes a cross hair(drag diagonally to create the button) e. Once the button is created the action settings dialog box appears. Select the desired action in the hyperlink to drop down menu f. Click ok
  9. * Create a custom slide show 1. From the menu click on: a. Slide show b. Custom shows c. Click on new d. Type in the name of the custom show e. Double click on the slides to be added f. Click ok g. Click ok2. Create a link to the custom show a. Create a button on the slide where the link will be created b. Hyperlink to custom show c. Click on the name of the custom show d. BE SURE TO CLICK SHOW AND RETURN e. Click ok
  10. * To Insert a Hyperlink to a Web page:1. Select the text or object that you want to use as a hyperlink. In this example, we will use text.2. Select the Insert tab.3. Click the Hyperlink command in the Links group. The Insert Hyperlink dialog box will appear.4. If you use text for the hyperlink, the Text to display field will appear active in the dialog box. The text you select on the slide will appear in this field.5. Click Existing File or Web page.6. In the Address field, enter the website address that you wish to display when the link is clicked.
  11. 7.Decide whether you want to add a ScreenTip, which is a box of information that appears when you hover over a command, hyperlink, or action button. To insert a ScreenTip: a. Click ScreenTip. The Set Hyperlink ScreenTip dialog box will appear. b. Enter the tip text. c. Click OK in the Set Hyperlink ScreenTip dialog box. Click OK in the Insert Hyperlink dialog box.8.Click anywhere on the slide to deselect the text or object. a. If you use text for the hyperlink, the text will appear underlined in a color that coordinates with the color scheme. b. If you use an object, it will not have additional formatting
  12. *THAT IS ALL FROM US *THANK YOU

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