Basic e-Presentation Using Impress Training Proper Philippine Trade Training Center June 15, 2010 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Gener...
What is Impress? <ul><li>Component of OpenOffice.org
Used for creating slides for presentations
That has most of the features of its proprietary counterpart </li></ul>
How to Create a New Presentation Through the Start Menu
Through the Desktop Short Cut
Unlike Microsoft Office that Goes Directly to the workspace
 
Impress Opens up with a Wizard that set up options for you
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Main Window
Parts of the Main Window
It is similar to PowerPoint 2003
Slides pane The Slides pane contains thumbnail pictures of the slides in your presentation, in the order they will be show...
The Tasks Pane Contains the Following: Master Pages  Layouts  Table Design  Custom Animation Slide Transition
Workspace The Workspace has five tabs:  Normal ,  Outline ,  Notes ,  Handout , and  Slide Sorter, These five tabs are cal...
Main Menu Standard Toolbar Formatting toolbar Status Bar Docked Toolbar Floating Toolbar
Creating the First Slide <ul><li>Using the Wizard
Creating a blank slide and using the taskpane
Formatting the page  Format - Page </li></ul>
To Add a new Slide <ul>the hard way – Insert – Slide </ul>Easy way – use the add slide icon on the toolbar Every time you ...
Adding Pictures to your slide <ul><li>Use Layout in the Task pane
Use Insert – From File
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    1. 1. Basic e-Presentation Using Impress Training Proper Philippine Trade Training Center June 15, 2010 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Gener Luis Morada Facilitator
    2. 2. What is Impress? <ul><li>Component of OpenOffice.org
    3. 3. Used for creating slides for presentations
    4. 4. That has most of the features of its proprietary counterpart </li></ul>
    5. 5. How to Create a New Presentation Through the Start Menu
    6. 6. Through the Desktop Short Cut
    7. 7. Unlike Microsoft Office that Goes Directly to the workspace
    8. 9. Impress Opens up with a Wizard that set up options for you
    9. 10. Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Main Window
    10. 11. Parts of the Main Window
    11. 12. It is similar to PowerPoint 2003
    12. 13. Slides pane The Slides pane contains thumbnail pictures of the slides in your presentation, in the order they will be shown Several additional operations can be performed on one or more slides in the Slides pane: • Add new slides at any place within the presentation after the first slide. • Mark a slide as hidden so that it will not be shown as part of the slide show. • Delete a slide from the presentation if it is no longer needed. • Rename a slide. • Copy or move the contents of one slide to another (copy and paste, or cut and paste, respectively) .
    13. 14. The Tasks Pane Contains the Following: Master Pages Layouts Table Design Custom Animation Slide Transition
    14. 15. Workspace The Workspace has five tabs: Normal , Outline , Notes , Handout , and Slide Sorter, These five tabs are called View Buttons. This is where you assemble the various parts of your selected slide .
    15. 16. Main Menu Standard Toolbar Formatting toolbar Status Bar Docked Toolbar Floating Toolbar
    16. 17. Creating the First Slide <ul><li>Using the Wizard
    17. 18. Creating a blank slide and using the taskpane
    18. 19. Formatting the page Format - Page </li></ul>
    19. 20. To Add a new Slide <ul>the hard way – Insert – Slide </ul>Easy way – use the add slide icon on the toolbar Every time you add a slide it would use the lay out of the previous slide. Use the task pane to change the layout.
    20. 21. Adding Pictures to your slide <ul><li>Use Layout in the Task pane
    21. 22. Use Insert – From File
    22. 23. Copy and paste </li></ul>
    23. 24. Managing your Pictures <ul><li>Cropping your picture – put your cursor on the picture and right click. Choose Crop Picture.
    24. 25. Resizing your picture – to ensure that you keep the ratio of your picture, right click first choose position and size check keep ratio </li></ul>
    25. 26. Use Drawing Tool Bar to create shapes, add text, flowchart and special fonts To Add 3-D Objects View- Tool Bars - 3D
    26. 27. To Insert Text 1. Use the Task Pane 2.Use the Text Icon on the drawing tool bar 3. Copy and Paste Use the Format Tool Bar to manage your text. Using Frontwork - Drawing tool bar - frontwork
    27. 28. Inserting Spreadsheets, Charts, and Other Objects Task Pane
    28. 29. Using Outline, Notes, Handouts and Slide Sorter
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