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Powerpoint Demo Show

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A demonstration of some basic features of Microsoft Powerpoint.

A demonstration of some basic features of Microsoft Powerpoint.

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  • Presenter Notes.
    It means that on my screen I can see additional information that does not appear on the projector but helps me expand upon certain points as it is visible on my computer.
  • Presenter Notes.
    It means that on my screen I can see additional information that does not appear on the projector but helps me expand upon certain points as it is visible on my computer.
  • Presenter Notes.
    It means that on my screen I can see additional information that does not appear on the projector but helps me expand upon certain points as it is visible on my computer.
  • Presenter Notes.
    It means that on my screen I can see additional information that does not appear on the projector but helps me expand upon certain points as it is visible on my computer.
  • Presenter Notes.
    It means that on my screen I can see additional information that does not appear on the projector but helps me expand upon certain points as it is visible on my computer.
  • Presenter Notes.
    It means that on my screen I can see additional information that does not appear on the projector but helps me expand upon certain points as it is visible on my computer.
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    • 1. How to use Powerpoint: Mac/PC by Shane Mc’Auliffe
    • 2. Creating a new slide
    • 3. Creating a new slide
    • 4. This box here is where you can add new individual slides to your slide show. Creating a new slide
    • 5. This box here is where you can add new individual slides to your slide show. Creating a new slide
    • 6. Generally upon opening the powerpoint application a new slide show is This box automatical here is ly where you generated. can add new individual slides to your slide show. Creating a new slide
    • 7. Adding a Theme.
    • 8. Adding a Theme.
    • 9. Click the “Design” tab along the top. Adding a Theme.
    • 10. Adding a Theme.
    • 11. Adding a Theme.
    • 12. Adding a Theme.
    • 13. This tab with a range of little themes pops on and you can use this then to select a theme or background to your slide show Adding a Theme.
    • 14. This tab with a range of little themes pops on and you can use this then to select a theme or background to your slide show Adding a Theme.
    • 15. Adding a Theme.
    • 16. Adding a Theme.
    • 17. Adding a Theme.
    • 18. Adding a Theme.
    • 19. Adding a Theme.
    • 20. Adding a Theme.
    • 21. How to animate!
    • 22. How to animate!
    • 23. How to animate!
    • 24. Select the area you want to animate: For example the text box in your slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 25. Select the area you want to animate: For example the text box in your slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 26. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the text this case box in your “Fade” slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 27. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the text this case box in your “Fade” slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 28. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the text this case box in your “Fade” slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 29. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the text this case box in your “Fade” slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 30. To add an animation to the selected If you want to add an animation to the entire text click slide so that the whole image/text boxes fade the into view rather then just appearng select one “Animate” of the options listed in this tab drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the text this case box in your “Fade” slideshow by highlighting the text. How to animate!
    • 31. Adding a New Slide
    • 32. Star: 1: Right click the empty space. 2: In the pop up tab that opens select “New Slide” to add a new slide. 3: Once this new slide is open Right click again on the new slide. 4: In the pop up tab hover over the “Layout” option. 5: Select with slide layout best suits your needs. Adding a New Slide
    • 33. Star: 1: Right click the empty space. 2: In the pop up tab that opens select “New Slide” to add a new slide. 3: Once this new slide is open Right click again on the new slide. 4: In the pop up tab hover over the “Layout” option. 5: Select with slide layout best suits your needs. Adding a New Slide
    • 34. To add a file to your slide show. 1: Choose what document you wish to add, excel data, image, video, charts or graphs. 2: There’s a seperate tab opens where you search for the file you wish to upload depending on where you have it stored e.g “My Documents”, “My Pictures”, “My Movies”. Adding a file
    • 35. To add a file to your slide show. 1: Choose what document you wish to add, excel data, image, video, charts or graphs. 2: There’s a seperate tab opens where you search for the file you wish to upload depending on where you have it stored e.g “My Documents”, “My Pictures”, “My Movies”. Adding a file
    • 36. To add a file to your slide show. 1: Choose what document you wish to add, excel data, image, video, charts or graphs. 2: There’s a seperate tab opens where you search for the file you wish to upload depending on where you have it stored e.g “My Documents”, “My Pictures”, “My Movies”. Adding a file
    • 37. Animating a slide with an image
    • 38. Animating a slide with an image
    • 39. Select the area you want to animate: For example the image in your slideshow by clicking on the box. Animating a slide with an image
    • 40. Select the area you want to animate: For example the image in your slideshow by clicking on the box. Animating a slide with an image
    • 41. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the image in this case your slideshow by “Fade” clicking on the box. Animating a slide with an image
    • 42. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the image in this case your slideshow by “Fade” clicking on the box. Animating a slide with an image
    • 43. To add an animation to the selected text click the “Animate” drop down bar and Select the area you select want to animate: For action, in example the image in this case your slideshow by “Fade” clicking on the box. Animating a slide with an image
    • 44. Adding a shape.
    • 45. Adding a shape.
    • 46. Click the “Insert” tab along the top. Adding a shape.
    • 47. Click the “Insert” tab along the top. Adding a shape.
    • 48. Click the “Insert” tab along the top. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Adding a shape.
    • 49. Click the “Insert” tab along the top. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Adding a shape.
    • 50. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Adding a shape.
    • 51. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Adding a shape.
    • 52. Adding a shape.
    • 53. 1: Right Click and hold where you want to place the arrow. 2: Drag to how long you want the arrow to be and release when satisfied. 3: Using the green dot around the arrow adjust what angle your arrow points at and adjust until satisfied. 4: Use the yellow dots to adjust thickness of either the arrow head, or shaft of the arrow. 5: To animate select and do as previously illustrated. Adding a shape.
    • 54. 1: Right Click and hold where you want to place the arrow. 2: Drag to how long you want the arrow to be and release when satisfied. 3: Using the green dot around the arrow adjust what angle your arrow points at and adjust until satisfied. 4: Use the yellow dots to adjust thickness of either the arrow head, or shaft of the arrow. 5: To animate select and do as previously illustrated. Adding a shape.
    • 55. Alternative Shapes.
    • 56. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Alternative Shapes.
    • 57. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Alternative Shapes.
    • 58. A drop down menu opens up with a series of shapes. Select the shape you wish to use. In this case an arrow. Alternative Shapes.
    • 59. Alternative Shapes.
    • 60. Alternative Shapes.
    • 61. Add the new arrow as in the previous slide. To adjust your new arrow: 1: Select it by clicking on it. 2: Then Right click the selected arrow. 3: Click on the “Format Shape” button in the new pop up window. Alternative Shapes.
    • 62. Add the new arrow as in the previous slide. To adjust your new arrow: 1: Select it by clicking on it. 2: Then Right click the selected arrow. 3: Click on the “Format Shape” button in the new pop up window. Alternative Shapes.
    • 63. Add the new arrow as in the previous slide. To adjust your new arrow: 1: Select it by clicking on it. 2: Then Right click the selected arrow. 3: Click on the “Format Shape” button in the new pop up window. Alternative Shapes.
    • 64. Alternative Shapes.
    • 65. Alternative Shapes.
    • 66. Adjust your arrow to your own taste then. Using the options along the left side of the window. Including Colour, style etc. Alternative Shapes.
    • 67. Adding a text Box
    • 68. Adding a text Box
    • 69. Click the “Insert” tab along the top. Adding a text Box
    • 70. Click the “Insert” tab along the top. Adding a text Box
    • 71. Adding a text Box
    • 72. Adding a text Box
    • 73. To add a new text box select the option from along the menu tab. Adding a text Box
    • 74. To add a new text box select the option from along the menu tab. Adding a text Box
    • 75. Adding a text Box
    • 76. Adding a text Box
    • 77. Resize and place the text box to where you want it and enter text. To add an animation to the text box follow similar steps as before. Adding a text Box
    • 78. Adding a text Box
    • 79. Advanced Animation
    • 80. Click the “Custom Animation” tab along the top. Advanced Animation
    • 81. Click the “Custom Animation” tab along the top. Advanced Animation
    • 82. Advanced Animation
    • 83. Advanced Animation
    • 84. Advanced Animation
    • 85. Along the left hand side will appear a new tab where you can manage the order of animations by dragging them to the position you want. You can also fade out an animation and replace it with a new image or text box which makes a new point. Example as follows. Advanced Animation
    • 86. Advanced Animation
    • 87. Click the “User presentation” tick box along the top.
    • 88. Questions? Any recap? Discs containing this slide show. PDF’s of the Slides.

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