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  • PowerPoint Project 2 Continued Using the Outline Tab and Clip Art to Create a Slide Show
  • Starting and Customizing PowerPoint
    • Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and then click Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu
    • If the PowerPoint window is not maximized, double-click its title bar to maximize it
    • Click on File.
    • Click on Open.
    • Enter Project 2 Version ?
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, Text, and Content
    • Click Format on the menu bar and then point to Slide Layout
    • Click Slide Layout
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, Text, and Content
    • Click the down arrow in the Apply slide layout area and scroll down until the Text and Content Layouts area displays
    • Click Title, Text, and Content
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, Text, and Content
    • Click the Close button in the Slide Layout task pane
  • Inserting Clip Art into a Content Placeholder
    • Point to the Insert Clip Art button in the content placeholder
    • Click the Insert Clip Art button
  • Inserting Clip Art into a Content Placeholder
    • Type food in the Search text box and then point to the Go button
    • Click the Go button
    • Click on one you like
  • Inserting Clip Art into a Content Placeholder
    • Click the OK button
    • If the Picture toolbar is displayed, click the Close button on the Picture toolbar
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, 2 Content and Text and Insert Clip Art
    • Click the Next Slide button on the vertical scroll bar to display Slide 3
    • Click Format on the menu bar and then click Slide Layout
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, 2 Content and Text and Insert Clip Art
    • Click the Title, 2 Content and Text slide layout and then click the Close button in the Slide Layout task pane
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, 2 Content and Text and Insert Clip Art
    • Click the Insert Clip Art button in the top content placeholder. Type woman in the Search text box and then click the Go button
    • Click on an image that you like.
  • Changing the Slide Layout to Title, 2 Content and Text and Insert Clip Art
  • Inserting a Second Clip into a Slide
    • Click the Insert Clip Art button in the bottom content placeholder
    • Type flowers in the Search text box and then click the Go button
    • Click on an image that you like. Click on the OK button
  • Inserting a Second Clip into a Slide
  • Inserting Clip Art into a Slide
    • Click on slide 4
    • Click the Search for text box
    • Type house and then press the ENTER key
  • Inserting Clip Art into a Slide without a Content Placeholder
    • Click the desired clip
    • Click the Close button on the Clip Art task pane title bar
  • Moving Clip Art
    • With the clip selected, point to the clip and then press and hold down the mouse button
    • Drag the clip to the upper-right corner of the slide
    • Release the mouse button
  • Changing the Size of Clip Art
    • Right-click the clip
    • Point to Format Picture on the shortcut menu
    • Click Format Picture
    • Click the Size tab when the Format Picture dialog box is displayed
  • Changing the Size of Clip Art
    • Click and hold down the mouse button on the Height box up arrow in the Scale area until 135% is displayed
    • Click the OK button
    • Drag the clip to the right of the bulleted list
  • Using the Notes and Handouts Sheet to Add Headers and Footers
    • Click View on the menu bar and then point to Header and Footer
    • Click Header and Footer
  • Using the Notes and Handouts Sheet to Add Headers and Footers
    • Click the Notes and Handouts tab when the Header and Footer dialog box is displayed
  • Using the Notes and Handouts Sheet to Add Headers and Footers
  • Using the Notes and Handouts Sheet to Add Headers and Footers
    • Click the Update automatically option button and then click the Header text box
  • Using the Notes and Handouts Sheet to Add Headers and Footers
    • Type Healthy Eating, Healthy Living in the Header text box
    • Click the Footer text box
    • Type Clark College Fitness Center in the Footer text box
  • Using the Notes and Handouts Sheet to Add Headers and Footers
    • Click the Apply to All button
  • Adding an Animation Scheme to a Slide Show
    • Click Slide Show on the menu bar and then point to Animation Schemes
    • Click Animation Schemes
  • Adding an Animation Scheme to a Slide Show
    • Scroll down the Apply to selected slides list and then point to Float in the Exciting category
    • Click Float
    • Click on Apply to All Slides button
  • Adding an Animation Scheme to a Slide Show
    • Click the Close button in the Slide Design task pane
  • Animating Clip Art
    • Right-click any clip art and then point to Custom Animation on the shortcut menu
    • Click Custom Animation
  • Animating Clip Art
    • Click the Add Effect button, point to Entrance, and then point to Diamond In in the Entrance effects list
  • Animating Clip Art
    • Click the Add Effect button, point to Entrance, and then point to Diamond In in the Entrance effects list
  • Animating Clip Art
    • Click the Close button on the Custom Animation task pane title bar
  • Saving the Presentation Again
    • Click the Save button on the Standard toolbar
  • Running an Animated Slide Show
    • Click the Slide 1 slide thumbnail on the Slides tab
    • Click the Slide Show button at the lower left of the PowerPoint window
    • When Slide 1 is displayed in slide show view, click the slide anywhere
    • Click the slide again
    • Continue clicking to finish running the slide show and return to normal view
  • Running an Animated Slide Show
  • Printing an Outline
    • Click the Outline tab
    • Click File on the menu bar and then point to Print
    • Click Print on the File menu
    • When the Print dialog box is displayed, click the Print what box arrow and then point to Outline View
  • Printing an Outline
    • Click Outline View in the list
    • Click the OK button
    • When the printer stops, retrieve the printout of the outline
  • Printing Presentation Slides
    • Click File on the menu bar and then click Print
    • When the Print dialog box is displayed, click the Print what box arrow
    • Click Slides in the list
    • Click the OK button. When the printer stops, retrieve the slide printouts
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  • Building Presentations for Distribution to Others
    • Stick with the fonts that come installed with Windows; Fancy fonts that appear on your machine will cause problems if everyone else doesn't have them.
  • Building Presentations for Distribution to Others
    • Avoid embedding sounds and videos: these will not go from Mac to Windows gracefully, and you have to be very careful about how you insert the files in order to get them to "travel" properly.
  • Building Presentations for Distribution to Others
    • Try looking at the presentation on a different platform (Mac vs Windows); be prepared for some visual changes in your file--the version or platform may not support some of the features you've put in, so be sure to sanity check your file on several different machines and versions BEFORE you distribute it!
  • Subliminal Messages
    • These can be pretty hysterical in the right circumstances. Create a text object. Right click on the text object , click on the Custom Animation Effects button. Click on Entrance. Then click on the "flash once" button. Go to slide show and see the message quickly flash and then disappear.
    Listening?
  • Editing Drawings
    • Anything you draw with the pencil tool, you can edit. To get the object into "points mode", either double-click on the object, or select it then hit the Enter key. You will then see points at every vertex, which you can move.
  • Editing Drawings
    • You can add points by holding down the shift key and clicking, you can subtract points by holding down the ALT key while clicking, and you can of course just drag points around.
  • Soft Shadows
    • You can create "soft" shadows for square or round objects that sit on a solid color background.
  • Soft Shadows
    • Make a copy of the object, then change its fill to be shaded with no lines. Set its transparency to about 77%. Make this object about 125% bigger than the original object, and put it behind the object. This will give you the effect of "soft" shadows.
  • Selecting Objects
    • Hit the ESCAPE key to insure that nothing is current selected, then repeatedly hit the TAB key, which will toggle you through a selection of all of the objects on a slide. This is useful for selecting very small objects, or objects that are covered up by other larger objects.
  • PowerPoint Project 2 Complete