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  • Normal View provides two options – outline view and slides or thumbnail view.
    Also, a notes section on the bottom for entering notes to be used during the presentation
  • Reorganize, delete, and add transitions to slides in thumbnail view.
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    1. 1. PowerPoint Mrs. Klier
    2. 2. PowerPoint Terms • Slide – individual page/screen • Slide Show – group of slides organized in a sequence • Presentation – the file containing the group of slides • Object – any item that appears on a slide • Transition – effect that occurs from one slide to next • Animation – effect accompanying text/graphics/objects
    3. 3. Views • Normal – main editing view • Slide Sorter – view of slides as thumbnails • Slide Show – view the presentation
    4. 4. Normal View Slide Pane Outline Notes
    5. 5. Normal View Cont’d Thumbnail View
    6. 6. Slide Sorter View
    7. 7. Slide Show View
    8. 8. PowerPoint Guidelines
    9. 9. Keep it Simple • Use bullet points – not paragraphs • The fewer the better (4 max) • Be concise – 5 words max • Keep text easy to understand • Bullets are the main points • Presenter provides more details
    10. 10. Fonts • Use large size (at least 24 point) for text • Up to 44 point for titles • Avoid fonts with “feet” Times New Roman • Use fonts w/out “feet” Arial • Use two or three different fonts at most • Be consistent
    11. 11. Capitalization/Punctuation • Every bullet is followed by capital letter • No complete sentences • No periods, question marks, or exclamation points • Avoid ALL CAPS
    12. 12. Graphics • Add to the message of the slide • Should be related to slide content • Place off center • Limit graphics to one or two per slide
    13. 13. Color • Use contrasting colors • Use single background color, style, or theme • Be consistent
    14. 14. Transition & Animation • One to three different transitions • Up to three different animations on bulleted text • Too many animations can be distracting • May take away from your presentation
    15. 15. Applying Transitions • In Slide Sorter View • Click Transition • Select and apply transitions • Indicates transition has been applied
    16. 16. Adding Animations • In Normal View • Click Slide Show • Custom Animation • Animation Pane will appear on screen
    17. 17. Adding Animations cont’d • • • • Select object Choose Add Effect Select effect you want to apply Repeat for each object
    18. 18. The End!

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