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  • Introduction to PowerPoint 6 th June 2011
  • Objectives
    • To set-up a presentation from scratch using auto-layout text & content slides
    • To change the design and look of the presentation
    • To run the presentation, using transitions, effects and timings
    • To create handouts and notes slides
  • Setting up a new presentation
    • Open PowerPoint (Start / All programs / Microsoft Office / PowerPoint)
    • Now click on File / New
  • Title slide
    • Now click on Blank presentation
    • Now you have a Title slide where you can enter text into the boxes provided
    •  
  • Formatting text
    • Adding some text
    • You can format using the Format tool bar
    • Bold, centre, colours, font sizes etc
    • Just like in Word
  • Adding a new slide
    • To add a new slide, select Insert / New Slide
    •  
  • Adding additional slides
    •   A second slide will then appear in the left hand view
  • Choosing a layout
    •   You can change layouts to suit your needs by selecting one of the options given in the right hand pane
  • Content layouts Insert table Insert chart Insert media clip Insert smart art graphic Insert picture Insert clip art
  • Inserting an image
    • Click on Insert image from file
    • Find the image you want to insert by navigating to its location on your PC / laptop / memory stick and click on Insert
    • Once inserted you can resize the image by selecting it, hovering your cursor over the corner until it changes to and dragging the corner in or out
    • Now you have a Title slide where you can enter text into the boxes provided
    •  
  • Exercise 1
    • Open a new PowerPoint presentation and create 5 slides.
    • A title slide
    • A text slide with 4 bullet points
    • A slide with text and clip art
    • A slide with a chart
    • A slide with an organisational chart
  • Changing the Slide Design
    • Click on the Design button
    • Now you will see a range of Design Templates to choose from
    •  
  • Changing Colour Schemes
    • Alternatively you can select a range of different Colour Schemes
    •  
  • Exercise 2
    • Using the slides you have already created have a go at:
      • Changing the Design Templates
      • Changing the Colour Schemes
    •  
  • Viewing your presentation
    • Go to Slide Show and View Show
    • Just clicking on the slide
    • will move to the next one –
    • but you can also use these
    • controls in the bottom left of the screen
    •  
  • Slide transitions
    • Transitions control how the display changes as you move from one slide to another.
    • In slide transition, you can change the type of transition, the speed of the transition and the length of time between each slide.
    •  
  • Adding transitions
    • Go to Slide Show / Slide Transition
    •  
  • Adding transitions
    • There are many different options available
    • And here you can change the speed and even add sound!
    •  
  • Custom animation
    • This controls how different elements within a slide appear
    • By default all elements appear together when moving on to the next slide
    • Select the part of the Slide you want to appear and then go to Slide Show / Custom Animation
    •  
  • Next steps
    • On the left hand pane Select Add Effect
    •  
  • Exercise 3
    • Using the Slide Show you have already created – have a go:
      • Adding different Slide Transitions
      • Adding different Custom Animations 
    •  
  • Printing handouts
    • Go to File / Print and select Handouts
    • Now select how many slides you want appearing on each page
  • Adding notes
    • To add notes to each slide to aid delivery of the presentation go to View / Notes page
    • Now add any reminder / prompt text you may need 
  • Printing notes
    • To print out each Slide with accompanying notes go to File / Print and then select Notes Pages
  • Master slides
    • You can create a template slide branded with your organisations colours and logo, which can then be used to create all presentations
    • Go to View / Master / Slide Master
  • Master slides
  • Best practice – tips
    • Be consistent e.g. text – font / size etc
    • Less is more – don’t overload a slide
    • Ensure contrast of text / background
    • Use images / other media if possible
    • Don’t over ‘whizzify’ your slideshow
    • Use bullets to make main points
    • Don’t just read from the slide
    • Practice – be confident with slideshow
    • Keep to time but don’t rush
    • Don’t just convert your OHP content
    • Share! (e.g slideshare.net)
  • For more help contact: Superhighways 0208 255 8040 [email_address]