Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 - Lesson 2

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Lesson 2 of Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 at the Willmar Public Library.

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Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 - Lesson 2

  1. 1. Lesson 2 Samantha TerBeest Adult Services Librarian Willmar Public Library
  2. 2.  Hiding & Displaying Panes  Selecting, Moving, Deleting, & Hiding Slides  Themes – what they are, choosing one  Slide Backgrounds
  3. 3.  The Notes Pane  Move the mouse over the upper most blue border of the Notes Pane until you see it turn into a two-headed arrow.  Hold your mouse and drag the border to the bottom of the screen.  The Slides Pane  Click the “x” located in the upper right-hand corner of the Slide Pane.  The Slide Pane will then disappear.
  4. 4.  The light blue borders representing each pane will appear at the bottom of the screen (Notes Pane) and on the left side of the screen (Slides Plane).  To display each pane, hover over the border until a two headed arrow appears. Hold down your mouse and move the borders up or to the right.
  5. 5.  Pick a pane – the Notes or Slide pane.  If you picked the Slide Pane, click the “x” in the upper right-hand corner of the pane to hide it.  If you picked the Notes Pane, hover over the light blue border until you see the two-headed arrow. Hold down the mouse and drag the border to the bottom of the screen.  Now make the pane you picked visible. Hover over the blue border either at the bottom of the screen or left of the screen – until you see the two headed arrow. Drag the border out until the pane(s) are visible.
  6. 6.  Why?  We select slides to move them to a different spot or to delete them.  Can do this in the Slide Pane or Slide Sorter View
  7. 7.  Select One Slide  Click the slide  Select Several Different Slides  Hold down the Ctrl key & select the slides you want  Select Several Slides in Succession  Hold down the Shift key & select the first and last slide  Select a Block of Slides  Drag across the slides you want  Note: You are not actually touching slides when you do this.
  8. 8.  Why?  People move slides often for better emphasis  Can move slides in Slide Pane or Slide Sorter View
  9. 9.  Dragging & Dropping  Click the slide(s) and drag them a new location  To drag a slide, hold down your mouse over the slide you want to move. Then move the mouse to the slides new location; a line will appear in that new area. Let go of the mouse and the slide will appear in the new location.  Cutting & Pasting  Click the slide(s) you want and cut & paste to the new location  Select the slide you want to move and right click; choose Cut from the menu that appears. (The slide will disappear.) Select the slide that comes before the location you want to move the new slide and right-click, choose paste from the menu and the slide will reappear in its new location.
  10. 10.  Why?  Unnecessary slide, format not liked  Can delete slides in Slide Pane or Slide Sorter View  How To:  Select the slide you want to delete and click the Delete key on the keyboard
  11. 11.  Why?  Presentations can differ based on audiences  Can hides slides in Slide Pane or Slide Sorter View  How To:  Select the Slide that you want to Hide the right- click and select Hide Slide from the Menu.
  12. 12.  Open the Documents folder from the Desktop.  Choose the file called “Arizona and the Grand Canyon.”  Switch the View to Slide Sorter View.  Select & delete the second slide.  Move Slide 3 up to Slide 2.  Move Slide 5 up to Slide 4.  Hide Slide 6.  Once you are done close out of PowerPoint. Do not Save.
  13. 13.  A “canned” slide design  Includes slide background, text and bullet color, and more  Designed by graphic artists  Name of theme appears on the far left side of the status bar
  14. 14.  To choose a theme for your presentation:  Click the Design Tab.  In the Themes Group, there are several different themes to choose from.  To view all themes select the downward pointing arrow on the lower right-hand side of the group
  15. 15.  Open Microsoft Office PowerPoint from the Desktop.  Click on the Design tab.  In the Themes Group, scroll along to view each theme. To view all themes, click the button.  After scrolling through each theme, choose a them that you like best.  Type some text in the text boxes to see what it will look like.  When you are done, close PowerPoint. Do Not Save.
  16. 16.  Create your own background by doing one of these:  Solid Color  Have each slide be a single, uniform color.  Gradient  Each slide is two colors with one color blending into the other
  17. 17.  Clip Art  Use a clip art image supplied by Microsoft on each of your slides.  Picture  Use your own personal photograph on each slide.  Texture  A pattern used on each slide.
  18. 18.  Open PowerPoint from the Desktop.  On the Design tab, click the Background Styles button & choose Format Background on the drop-down list.  Select the Solid Fill option button.  Click the Color Picker button & choose a color on the drop-down list.  Click the Apply to All button and then the Close button.
  19. 19.  On the Design tab, click the Background Styles button & choose Format Background on the drop- down list.  Select the Gradient Fill option button.  Select a Type: from the drop-down list. (Each type will appear on the slide as you select them.)  Under Gradient Stops, select Stop 1.  Select your first color from the Color drop-down list.  Click the Add Button.
  20. 20.  Select Stop 2 from the Gradient Stops drop- down list.  Choose your second color from the color drop-down list.  Click the Add button.  Next, click the Apply to All button and then the Close Button.
  21. 21.  On the Design tab, click the Background Styles button & choose Format Background on the drop- down list.  Click the Picture/Texture Fill option button.  Click the Clip Art button.  Find & select a clip-art image that you want to use for a background. (You can search clip art by typing in a keyword.)  Once you’ve found an image click the Apply to All button & then click close.
  22. 22.  On the Design tab, click the Background Styles button and choose Format Background on the drop-down list.  Click the Picture/Texture Fill option button.  Click the File button.  Locate the graphic called library, select it, and click the Insert button.  Click the Apply to All button.
  23. 23.  On the Design tab, click the Background Styles button & choose Format Background on the drop-down list.  Click the Picture/Texture Fill option button.  Click the Texture button & choose a texture on the drop-down list.  Click the Apply to All button & then click close.  When finished close PowerPoint. Do not save.
  24. 24.  The Next class is Tuesday, February 12 at 11AM.  We will be meeting in the upstairs multipurpose room.  We will discuss entering & changing the font, size, & color of text; creating text boxes; & creating bulleted & numbered lists.  Weverka, P. (2006). Office 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies. Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley.

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