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Ms PowerPoint 2003 Introducton


Introduction to MS PowerPoint 2003

Introduction to MS PowerPoint 2003

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  • 1. BASICS
  • 2. The PowerPoint Workspace
    • Title Bar
    • Menu Bar
    • Standard Toolbar
    • Formatting Toolbar
    • Outline/ Slide Tab
    • Slide Pane
    • Task Pane
    • Notes Pane
    • View Buttons
    • Drawing Toolbar
  • 3. The PowerPoint Workspace
  • 4. Title Bar
    • It displays the name of the program (Microsoft PowerPoint) and the given name of the presentation that is currently open (Presentation1 by default).
  • 5. Menu Bar
    • It contains a list of options with a simple click to it gives you the access to its command. (File, Edit, View, Insert, Format, Tools, Slide Show, Window, Help)
  • 6. Standard Toolbar
    • It contains shortcut buttons of the most commonly used commands, such as opening, saving, and printing.
  • 7. Formatting Toolbar
    • It contains buttons used for formatting, such as font type, font size and style, paragraph alignment, and others.
  • 8. Outline/ Slide Tab
    • Outline Tab
      • It shows pure text and it is used for creating and editing the content of your presentation.
    • Slide Tab
      • It is used to navigate through a slide by clicking on a thumbnail to go to that specific slide.
  • 9. Slide Pane
    • It displays the current slide that you are working on. The slide pane shows only one slide at a time.
  • 10. Task Pane
    • It contains a list of commands that are relevant to whatever you are doing in PowerPoint.
  • 11. Notes Pane
    • This pane is used as “cheat-sheet”. This is where you can add notes to be used as a guide of the things you want to say during your presentation.
  • 12. View Buttons
    • These buttons are used to quickly switch between different PowerPoint views.
  • 13. Drawing Toolbar
    • It contains buttons and menus used to draw and manipulate objects.
  • 14. Different View Orientations
    • Normal View
    • Slide Sorter
    • Outline View
    • Slide Show View
  • 15. Normal View
      • Has three panes: Outline and Slide tab, the slide pane, the Notes pane
      • Let’s you work on your presentation’s every aspect in one place
  • 16. Slide Sorter
      • All slides of your presentation are displayed as thumbnails (miniature slides)
      • Lets you add, delete, move slides, add slide transitions, preview slide animations on multiple slides
  • 17. Outline View
      • Included in the normal view which lets you organize and develop your presentation’s content
      • Lets you type all the text of your presentation and arrange them accordingly
  • 18. Slide Show View
      • Lets you preview your presentation in an electronic slide show
      • Used when delivering your presentation to an audience
  • 19. Types of Placeholders
    • Title placeholder
      • An imaginary box that holds the title of the slide
    • Text placeholder
      • Holds other text like a bullet list lines, or paragraph text
    • Object placeholder
      • Holds objects such as graphics, charts, media clips, etc.
  • 20. END!