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  • Introduction to PowerPoint Arlington Public Library Shirlington Branch David Bishop, Instructor
  • Introduction
  • What is PowerPoint?
    • A program which creates presentations.
    • Part of the Microsoft Office suite.
  • How to Find PowerPoint
    • The PowerPoint icon
    • Located on the computer desktop
    • Located on Start menu
  • Working In The Slide Area
    • The slide plane
    • The slides tab
    • The notes pane
  • Adding New Slides
    • Right click on the thumbnail to create a new slide.
  • Typing Text Into The Slide Area
    • Once you begin typing, you will see default bullets.
    • You can right click on the slide area and change the bullets.
    • You can also change the formatting by selecting Format on the tool bar, or by using the formatting toolbar.
  • Slide Navigation
    • Once you have created several slides, click on a slide thumbnail and it will appear in the slide plane.
    • You can go back and forth between slides by clicking on the slide thumbnails.
  • Create Notes For The Presentation
    • You can create notes in the notes pane to supplement you presentation.
    • The notes pane is located on the bottom the slide area.
  • Picking a Design and Layout
    • Right click on thumbnail slides and select Design. Do the same with Layout.
    • You can also use the Design command on the toolbar to pick a design.
  • Working Within the Layout
    • The Layout consists of a title placeholder, text placeholder and content placeholder
  • Inserting Pictures and Graphics
    • Click the insert icon.
    • Or select Insert from toolbar. Then select Picture.
  • Slide Transition
    • You can change the way the slides “transition.”
    • You can speed it up or slow it down.
    • You can create interesting effects as well.
    • Select Slide Show on the toolbar or right click on a thumbnail slide.
  • Slide Show Schemes
    • Slideshow schemes make your presentation interactive.
    • Click on the Slide Design tab. It consists of color schemes and animation schemes.
    • You can also find these commands on the Slide Show command.
  • Printing Options
    • Print slides or handouts
    • Go to File and select Print Preview. Select either “print slides” or “print handouts.”
    • Select “landscape” or “portrait.”
    • Select options to choose black and white or color.
  • Quick Review of PowerPoint Toolbars (time permitting)
    • Command toolbar
    • Formatting toolbar
  • Create Your Own PP Presentation