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Power point basics 2010

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  • By end of class: Create an invitation Borders Word Art Fonts Colors Bullets ClipArt
  • Review a page from Intro to PC class
  • Introduce the Ribbon concept Have them practice clicking tabs Ask if anyone is unfamiliar with the Microsoft office button, scroll bars, mini tool bar, etc.
  • Have class open PPT2007 Review elements of the screen
  • Ask who has what version at home
  • IN Outline view you can add slides by shift tab. Show that the default slide type is added. The add new slide button gives more options.
  • Saving/Opening documents Have them save the invitation early on.
  • Discuss portable storage
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    • 1.  
    • 2. Philosophy of Presentation Software
      • Enhances Presentation
      • Provides Visual Support of Key Points and Facts
        • Keeps Speaker and Audience Focused
        • NOT a Script to be Read
      • Concise Summary of Key Points
      Enhance Visual Support Concise Summary
    • 3. Example of a Poor Slide Sales Numbers !!! Go Team Go!!
    • 4. By the end of class
    • 5. Topics
      • Navigating the Ribbon
      • Save and Load a Presentation
      • Edit Slide Masters
      • Add Titles and Text
      • Insert Slides
      • Outline view
      • Add a Design Format
      • Basic Animations
      • Presentation View
    • 6. Review: Computing Terms
      • Desktop – The monitor screen showing icons. Documents and programs run on the desktop
      • Files – Collected data is saved as a file with a name to be retrieved at a later date. Can be documents, pictures, programs etc. Different types of files have different “last names” ie .doc .pdf .exe .jpg
      • Disk drives – Hardware used for data storage. Computer programs read from and write data to a hard disk drive usually named the “C Drive” and found inside the computer case. DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, floppy, and flash drives are portable drives.
      • Icon – Thumbnail picture indicating a link to a program or file
      • Keyboard – Typewriter-like keys used to type information into the computer
      • Monitor – Visual display of what is running inside the computer
      • Taskbar – Bar running across the monitor showing open files and programs, and allowing for switching between them
    • 7. Open Powerpoint 2010
    • 8. Ribbon Zoom
    • 9. Common Window Elements Title bar Scroll Bars Status Bar Window Control Buttons
    • 10. Slides view: add title and text
    • 11. Outline view: add title and text
    • 12. Slide Masters
      • Click the “View” tab
      • Click Slide masters
      • Change font
      • Add date
      • Add page numbering
      • Exit Master View
      • Insert Slide
    • 13. Apply a Design
    • 14.  
    • 15. Animations and Transitions
    • 16.  
    • 17.  
    • 18. Filing Cabinet
    • 19. Review: File Storage
      • Hard drives
      • Thumb Drives
      • Floppy Drives
      • Writable CD drives
    • 20. Questions?