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Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
Powerpoint for beginners
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Powerpoint for beginners

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  • 1. PowerPoint For Beginners
  • 2. What is PowerPoint? • PowerPoint is a presentation software program that is part of the Microsoft Office Package. • PowerPoint uses a graphical approach to presentations in the form of slide shows that accompany the oral delivery of the topic and keeps the audience focused on your subject.
  • 3. How to access PowerPoint
  • 4. How to access PowerPoint (cont)
  • 5. How to access PowerPoint (cont)
  • 6. Changing the theme
  • 7. Changing the theme (cont)
  • 8. Changing the theme (cont)
  • 9. Adding text
  • 10. Adding Slides
  • 11. Adding slides (cont)
  • 12.  You should familiarize yourself with your surroundings  Use the maps located through out the building  Take note of exit locations and stairways
  • 13. Adding Images
  • 14.  Remain calm.  Grab your things  Move in a calm and orderly fashion  If you are the last person out of a room shut the door behind you
  • 15. Animating the transition between slides
  • 16. Animating the transition between slides
  • 17.  If your on the first floor  Go to the nearest exit  If you are on the 2nd or 3rd floors  Go to the nearest stairway
  • 18.  You can use the elevator if it is operational but;  Do Not use the elevator in fire emergencies  If you can not use the elevator proceed to the nearest stairway and wait for assistance
  • 19. Creating a slide show for presentation
  • 20.  You should familiarize yourself with your surroundings  Use the maps located through out the building  Take note of exit locations and stairways
  • 21.  Remain calm.  Grab your things  Move in a calm and orderly fashion  If you are the last person out of a room shut the door behind you
  • 22.  If your on the first floor  Go to the nearest exit  If you are on the 2nd or 3rd floors  Go to the Nearest stairway
  • 23.  You can use the elevator if it is operational but;  Do Not use the elevator in fire emergencies  If you can not use the elevator proceed to the nearest stairway and wait for assistance
  • 24.  After making your way to the nearest exit, leave the building.  Keep moving after you exit the building.  Remain at least 500 feet from the building.  Do Not return to the building until authorized by public safety
  • 25. How did you like our presentation? What do you think we could have done better?
  • 26. •William Nicolson •Alonzo Laster •Troy Quinn •Mohamed Allam •Roslyn Garrison

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