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Unit 1.3 Introduction to Programming (Part 3)
 

Unit 1.3 Introduction to Programming (Part 3)

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    Unit 1.3 Introduction to Programming (Part 3) Unit 1.3 Introduction to Programming (Part 3) Presentation Transcript

    • Introduction to Programming Unit 1.3 - Process and Information Layout Presentation 3
    • Objectives
      • At the end of this presentation, you will be able to:
      • Create simple presentations
      • Publish the presentation as web page
    • Presentation Information Layout
      • Helps in creating presentations.
    • Understanding the Interface Slide Working Area Notes Window Slides and Outline Tabs Views
    • Single .ppt Slide
      • A presentation may contain a single or multiple slides.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to create a simple presentation.
    • Multiple .ppt Slides
      • When you are creating the presentations, you will be using more than one slide.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to insert a new slide.
    • Lab Exercise
      • Create a presentation with the following specifications and identify the change in code:
          • The presentation must include 3 slides in it.
          • The first slide must have the title as Animals .
          • The second slide must have the title as Carnivorous .
          • The third slide must have the title as Herbivorous .
    • Lab Exercise
          • Insert two slides between the 2nd and 3rd.
          • Title them as Lion and Tiger .
          • Similarly insert two slides after Herbivorous .
          • Title them as Elephant and Horse .
          • Insert a slide after Animals and title it as What is an Animal?
          • Add the following text in it.
          • Animal is a living creature different from Plants and Humans.
    • Lab Exercise
          • It can be categorized as:
          • Carnivorous
              • Herbivorous
          • On the Carnivorous slide, type the following text.
          • Carnivorous is a flesh-eating animal.
          • On the Herbivorous slide, type the following text.
          • Herbivorous is a plant-eating animal.
          • Save the presentation and name it as Animals.
    • Lab Exercise
          • Save the presentation and name it as Animals.
          • View the slide show.
          • You can now close the presentation and exit from the application.
    • Lab Exercise
      • Slide arrangements are as follows:
      • Slide 1 - Title Slide – Animals
      • Slide 2 - What is an Animal?
      • Slide 3 - Carnivorous
      • Slide 4 - Lion
      • Slide 5 - Tiger
      • Slide 6 - Herbivorous
      • Slide 7 - Elephant
      • Slide 8 - Horse
    • Design Template
      • Template refers to preset format.
      • Design template is a file, which contains all the preset formats for a presentation.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to add design template to the existing presentation.
    • Activity 1.3.10 (a)
      • Perform the following steps;
      • Step 1: Open the PowerPoint application.
      • Step 2: Choose From Design Template
      • from the New Presentation task
      • pane.
      • Step 3: Choose the Design Template Glass
      • Layers form the Slide Design task
      • pane.
    • Activity 1.3.10 (a)
      • Step 4: Include another slide to the
      • presentation and observe the
      • template.
      • Step 5: Save the presentation as
      • My_Template.ppt and close.
    • Activity 1.3.10 (b)
      • Perform the following steps;
      • Step 1: Open My_Template.ppt presentation.
      • Step 2: Switch to Slide Design task pane by
      • choosing Format  Slide Design .
      • Step 3: Choose Curtain Call template.
      • Step 4 : Save the presentation.
    • Slide Layout
      • Slide layout will show how things are arranged on a slide.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to apply slide layout for a slide.
    • Activity 1.3.11
      • Perform the following steps:
      • Step 1: Open My_Template presentation.
      • Step 2: Insert three new slides by choosing
      • Insert  New Slide .
      • Step 3: Select the first slide.
      • Step 4: Choose Format  Slide Layout
      • and apply Title Only layout
    • Activity 1.3.11
      • Step 5: Similarly, apply Title, Text and Clip
      • Art layout for the second slide.
      • Step 6: Apply Title, Media Cilp and Text
      • layout to the third slide.
      • Step 7: Apply Picture Only layout to the last
      • slide.
      • Step 8: Save the presentation and identify
      • the change in code.
      • Step 9: Close the presentation.
    • Slide Master
      • Slide master is an element of the design template that stores all the information about the template.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to apply slide layout for a slide.
    • Inserting Pictures
      • To enhance the presentation, you can insert pictures into sides.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to insert a picture in the slide.
    • Lab Exercise
      • To the Animals presentation, which you have created in your previous lab session, make the following changes and identify the change in code:
        • On the title slide, in the subtitle text area, type the following text:
        • Project done by
        • < Your name >
        • Change the colour of the title Animals to red and that of subtitle text to blue.
        • Title must be bold.
    • Lab Exercise
        • On the text area of Elephant slide, type the following text
          • A large herbivorous mammal.
          • A person who can remember things is referred as Elephant.
        • On the text area of Horse slide, type the following text
          • A hoofed mammal.
          • The engine power is measured in terms of horsepower.
        • Move the Horse slide before Elephant and Tiger slide before Lion.
    • Lab Exercise
        • For rest of the slides, the title should be left align and bold.
        • On the text area of Lion slide, type the following text:
          • A large carnivorous mammal.
          • A brave person is referred as Lion.
        • On the text area of Tiger slide, type the following text:
          • A large carnivorous mammal.
          • An aggressive person is referred as Tiger.
    • Lab Exercise
        • On the Carnivorous slide, add the following note:
        • Some examples are Tiger, Lion and Panther.
        • On the Herbivorous slide, add the following note in the notes window:
      • Some examples are Horse, Elephant and Giraffe.
        • On the Tiger slide, add the following note in the notes window:
      • Mammal refers to warm-blooded animal.
        • Apply the design template, Stream .
    • Lab Exercise
        • Change the layout of the slides with the title Tiger, Lion, Horse and Herbivorous , respectively, to Title, Content and Text format.
        • Change the title font to Book Antiqua in all the slides except for the title slide.
        • In the title slide, change the title colour to green .
        • Insert the Lion, Tiger, Elephant and the Horse pictures in the corresponding slides from the Student data file.
        • Save the presentation.
        • View the slide show.
        • Close and exit the application.
    • Animating Objects
      • Animation is used to bring objects to view in a sequential manner.
    • Animation Schemes
      • Animation Schemes are predefine set of animation effects.
    • Custom Animation
      • To define your own set of animation, use custom animation.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to apply animation to the presentation.
    • Animating Slide Transition
      • It is possible to animate slide through slide transition.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to apply slide transition.
    • Lab Exercise
      • To the Animals presentation, which you have created in your previous lab session, make the following changes and identify the change in code:
        • Apply the effect Raise Up to the title in each slide.
        • Apply the effect Unfold to the text area in each slide.
        • Apply the transition effect Random Bars Horizontal to the slides.
    • Action Buttons
      • Action buttons are buttons that is used for navigation purpose.
      • They can also be used for creating hyperlinks.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to create hyperlink within the presentation using action buttons.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to create hyperlink to another presentation using action button.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to create hyperlink to web sites.
    • Lab Exercise
      • To the Animals presentation, include the action buttons to navigate through slides and identify the change in codes.
    • Pack and Go Option
      • Pack and Go option helps you to pack your presentation, so that you can run the presentation on another computer.
      • When you pack your presentation, other files that are linked to this presentation will automatically be included.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to pack the presentation.
    • Lab Exercise
      • Pack the presentation Animals in a floppy and run it in a different machine.
    • Publishing Presentation as Web Page
      • You can publish the presentation as web page.
    • Hands-On!
      • Perform the steps to publish the presentation as web page.
    • Summary
      • In this presentation, you learnt the following:
      • Presentation information layout helps in creating presentations.
      • A presentation can have one or more slides.
      • Design template is a file, which contains all the preset formats for a presentation.
      • Slide master is an element of the design template that stores all the information about the template.
    • Summary
      • In this presentation, you learnt the following:
      • Slide layout will show how things are arranged on a slide.
      • Animation is used to bring objects to view in a sequential manner.
      • Action buttons are used for navigation purpose.
      • Pack and Go option helps to pack the presentation, so that you can run the presentation on another computer.
    • Assignment
      • What is the need for slide master?
      • How will you enhance your presentation?