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    Powerpoint Overview Powerpoint Overview Presentation Transcript

    • Presenting with PowerPoint 2000
    • Today’s Topic: Presenting with PowerPoint
      • Define: Presentation Software
      • Examine the different uses of presentation software
      • Examine the “object” as the essence of presentation software
      Goals:
    • Presentation Software Provides all of the tools needed to combine text, graphics, charts, animations, and sound into a series of electronic slides. Software designed to help organize and present information.
    • Presentation Software Provides all of the tools needed to combine text, graphics, charts, animations, and sound into a series of electronic slides. employs vector graphics to arrange objects on the display.
    • Consider This….
      • How do individuals and organizations use presentation software?
    • PowerPoint is used to….
      • support podium-style presentations
      • Provide product information at trade shows
      PowerPoint is used to….
      • deliver tutorials and training over the Web
      PowerPoint is used to….
      • deliver information using public kiosks
      PowerPoint is used to….
    • Objects
      • The essence of presentation software is the Object
      • PowerPoint slides are made up of combined objects.
      Today’s Topic: Presenting with PowerPoint
      • Define: Presentation Software
      • Examine the different uses of presentation software
      • Examine the “object” as the essence of presentation software
      Goals: Title Object Bulleted List Object Picture Object Text Object Slide Object
    • Objects
      • This object-oriented method of designing graphics is called vector graphics .
      • Vector graphics provides the designer with full control over the components that make up a image or slide.
      Today’s Topic: Presenting with PowerPoint
      • Define: Presentation Software
      • Examine the different uses of presentation software
      • Examine the “object” as the essence of presentation software
      Goals:
    • Objects We know intuitively that items in the physical world have particular properties and behaviors . Consider a common item...
    • Objects
      • Properties of a tire
        • Color (black)
        • Material (rubber)
        • Weight (40 lbs)
        • Diameter (30”)
      • Behaviors of a tire
        • Rolls on edge
        • Spins on edge (like a top)
        • Flips end-over-end
        • Bounces
    • Objects PowerPoint Objects also have Properties and Behaviors
    • PowerPoint Objects Textbox Object
      • Properties
      • Size, color, transparency
      • Border line width & color
      • Text properties
      • Shadow/3-D Style
      • Associated Sound
      Hello World!
      • Behaviors
      • Animate Entrance
      • Animate Emphasis
      • Animate Exit
      • Dim/Hide
    • PowerPoint Objects Shape Objects
      • Properties
      • Size, color, transparency
      • Border line width & color
      • Text properties
      • Shadow/3-D Style
      • Associated Sound
      • Behaviors
      • Animate Entrance
      • Animate Emphasis
      • Animate Exit
      • Dim/Hide
    • PowerPoint Objects Picture Objects
      • Properties
      • Size, color, transparency
      • Border line width & color
      • Text properties
      • Shadow/3-D Style
      • Associated Sound
      • Behaviors
      • Animate Entrance
      • Animate Emphasis
      • Animate Exit
      • Dim/Hide
    • PowerPoint Objects WordArt WordArt Objects
      • Properties
      • Size, color, transparency
      • Border line width & color
      • Text properties
      • Shadow/3-D Style
      • Associated Sound
      • Behaviors
      • Animate Entrance
      • Animate Emphasis
      • Animate Exit
      • Dim/Hide
    • PowerPoint Objects Movie Objects
      • Properties
      • Size, color, transparency
      • Border line width & color
      • Text properties
      • Shadow/3-D Style
      • Associated Sound
      • Behaviors
      • Animate Entrance
      • Animate Emphasis
      • Animate Exit
      • Dim/Hide
    • PowerPoint Objects Chart Objects
      • Properties
      • Size, color, transparency
      • Border line width & color
      • Text properties
      • Shadow/3-D Style
      • Associated Sound
      • Behaviors
      • Animate Entrance
      • Animate Emphasis
      • Animate Exit
      • Dim/Hide
    • PowerPoint Objects
      • Objects are arranged on slides
      • Slides are treated as objects each with its own properties and attributes
    • PowerPoint Objects
      • Slide Properties
        • Background
        • Color Scheme
        • Layout
        • Design Template
        • Associated Sound/Music
      • Slide Behaviors
        • Transition
    • PowerPoint Objects Multiple PowerPoint Objects can be stacked on the page in different orders.
    • PowerPoint Objects Multiple PowerPoint Objects can be treated independently…. Picture object Shuttling The Space Shuttle AutoShape object
    • PowerPoint Objects … or grouped together into one combined object. Shuttling The Space Shuttle Combined Objects
    • Why would I do that?
      • Grouping several items into one allows you to more easily manipulate complex, compound images.
      Most clip art images are made up of grouped vector objects….
    •  
    • Slide Show Delivery
      • Slide shows can be delivered manually or set up to run automatically.
      • View the automated demo presentation at http://lit.cs.fsu.edu/recitation-notes/ppt_demo.ppt
      • (click Read Only when prompted for a password)
      • note: this presentation is fully automated, do not use your mouse to progress the slides.
    • Time to Practice