Introduction To Power Point
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  • 1. Introduction to PowerPoint: How to create professional looking presentations and slide shows
  • 2. Launching Microsoft PowerPoint:
    • To launch Microsoft PowerPoint , click Start -> (All) Programs -> Microsoft Office -> Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
  • 3. How to Create Slides:
    • Right click on the slides column on the left and select New Slide.
  • 4. How to Change Layouts:
    • Choose a layout from the toolbar on the right.
  • 5. How to Format Slide Designs:
    • To change the slide design, click -> Format -> Slide Design and choose from the toolbar on the right.
  • 6. How to Customize Slide Designs:
    • You can also customize your design by manually changing background colors, images, and fonts.
  • 7. How to Customize Slide Designs:
    • Just remember to create a constant theme throughout your presentation.
  • 8. How to Import Images:
    • You can spruce up a PowerPoint with graphics.
  • 9. How to Import Images:
    • You can insert clipart from the computer.
  • 10. How to Import Images:
    • Or even insert images from the web.
  • 11. How to Import Images:
    • Simply copy and paste images you find on the internet into your presentation or import them from my documents.
  • 12. Some Styles Tips:
    • Be specific and brief.
    • Your audience can read text faster
    • than you can speak. If they are reading what you are saying they will get bored.
    • Break information into several slides.
    • Don’t overwhelm your audience with too much stuff in one slide.
    • Break it up.
    Bad Example
  • 13. Now, let’s walk through one together.