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    • PowerPoint Project 3 Using Visuals to Enhance a Slide Show
    • Objectives
      • Create presentations using visuals
      • Open a Microsoft Word outline as a presentation
      • Add a picture to create a custom background
      • Format text-based content
    • Objectives
      • Insert and modify a clip
      • Customize bullets using the slide master
      • Insert and format a table
      • Create and format an organizational chart
    • Objectives
      • Apply a new design template to a single slide
      • Rearrange slides
      • Add an animation scheme to selected slides
      • Print slides as handouts
    • Opening a Microsoft Word Outline as a Presentation
      • Open a new presentation and apply the Mountain Top template
      • With your Data Disk in drive A, click Insert on the menu bar and then click Slides from Outline
      • In the Insert Outline dialog box, select the Hidden Lake Outline located on the floppy disk
      • Click the Insert button
    • Opening a Microsoft Word Outline as a Presentation
    • Adding a Picture to Create a Custom Background
      • Right-click anywhere on the slide, except a text placeholder, and click Background on the shortcut menu
      • Click the Background fill box arrow in the Background dialog box and then click Fill Effects. If necessary, click the Picture tab
      • Click the Select Picture button
      • Select the Hidden Lake thumbnail picture located on the floppy drive
    • Adding a Picture to Create a Custom Background
      • Click the Insert button
      • When the picture is displayed in the Fill Effects dialog box, click the OK button
      • When the Background dialog box is displayed, click the Omit background graphics from master check box
      • Click the Apply button
    • Adding a Picture to Create a Custom Background
    • Changing the Title Slide Font and Font Attributes
      • Position the mouse pointer before the word, Hidden, in Slide 1 on the Outline tab
      • Click and then drag through the title slide text and subtitle text
      • Right-click the highlighted text and then click Font on the shortcut menu
      • Click the Font box up arrow
      • Scroll up the list until the font name, Comic Sans MS, is displayed in the Font list
    • Changing the Title Slide Font and Font Attributes
      • Click Comic Sans MS
      • Click Bold Italic in the Font style list
      • Click the Color box arrow
      • Click More Colors in the Color list
      • If necessary, click the Standard tab in the Colors dialog box
    • Changing the Title Slide Font and Font Attributes
      • Click the color, gold, on the Standard tab
      • Click the OK button in the Colors dialog box
      • Click the Preview button in the Font dialog box
      • Click the OK button in the Font dialog box
    • Changing the Title Slide Font and Font Attributes
    • Inserting a Clip into a Content Placeholder
      • Click the Insert Clip Art button in the content placeholder
      • Type backpackers in the Search text text box and then click the Go button
      • If necessary, scroll down to display the desired clip, click the clip to select it, and then click the OK button
    • Inserting a Clip into a Content Placeholder
    • Sizing and Moving a Clip
      • Right-click the clip and then click Format Picture on the shortcut menu
      • Click the Size tab in the Format Picture dialog box
      • Click and hold down the mouse button on the Height box up arrow in the Scale area until 250% is displayed and then release the mouse button
      • Click the OK button
      • Drag the clip up so the bottom of the clip is where you desire
    • Sizing and Moving a Clip
    • Ungrouping a Clip
      • With the clip selected, right-click the clip
      • Point to Grouping on the shortcut menu, and then point to Ungroup on the Grouping submenu
      • Click Ungroup
      • Click the Yes button in the Microsoft PowerPoint dialog box
      • Right-click the Clip, point to Grouping on the shortcut menu, and then click Ungroup
    • Ungrouping a Clip
    • Changing the Bullet Character on the Slide Master
      • On the slide master, click the paragraph, Click to edit Master text styles
      • Click Format on the menu bar, and select Bullets and Numbering
      • If necessary, click the Bulleted tab when the Bullets and Numbering dialog box is displayed
      • Click the Customize button in the Bullets and Numbering dialog box
      • Click the Font arrow in the Symbol dialog box
    • Changing the Bullet Character on the Slide Master
      • Scroll through the list until Webdings is displayed
      • Click Webdings
      • Click the mountain symbol
      • Click the OK button in the Symbol dialog box
    • Changing the Bullet Character on the Slide Master
    • Changing a Bullet Color on the Slide Master
      • With the Bullets and Numbering dialog box displaying, click the Color box arrow
      • Click the color dark brown in the row of available colors
      • Click the OK button
      • Point to the Close Master View button on the Slide Master View toolbar
      • Click the Close Master View button
    • Changing a Bullet Color on the Slide Master
    • Inserting a Basic Table
      • On the slide for which you wish to insert the table, click the Insert Table button on the Standard toolbar
      • Point to the upper-left square in the grid
      • Move the mouse pointer two squares to the right so the first three squares in the grid are selected
    • Inserting a Basic Table
      • Move the mouse pointer down to select four rows in the grid
      • Click the selected square at the bottom-right corner of the grid
      • Click the Close button on the Tables and Borders toolbar
    • Inserting a Basic Table
    • Formatting a Table Cell
      • Click the top-left cell. Press and hold the SHIFT key and then click the top-right cell
      • Release the SHIFT key
      • Select the font, Times New Roman, from the Font box on the Formatting toolbar
      • Click the Bold and Center buttons on the Formatting toolbar
      • Click the Increase Font Size button on the Formatting toolbar twice
    • Formatting a Table Cell
    • Displaying the Next Slide and the Organization Chart Diagram
      • On a new slide, click the Insert Diagram or Organization Chart button on the Drawing toolbar
      • Click the OK button
    • Adding Text to the Superior Shape
      • Type Campgrounds in the superior shape
    • Adding Text to the Subordinate Shapes
      • Click the text placeholders in each of the subordinate shapes you wish to add text to, and type the text you wish to add
    • Inserting Subordinate and Coworker Shapes
      • Click the shape you wish to add a subordinate to and click the Insert Shape button on the Organization Chart toolbar
      • Click the new subordinate shape
      • Click the Insert shape button arrow on the Organization Chart toolbar
      • Click Coworker on the Insert Shape menu
    • Inserting Subordinate and Coworker Shapes
    • Changing the Shape Layout
      • Click the shape for which you wish to change the layout
      • Click the Layout button on the Organization Chart toolbar
      • Click Right Hanging on the Layout menu
    • Changing the Shape Layout
    • Changing the Preset Design Scheme
      • Point to the Autoformat button on the Organization Chart toolbar
      • Click the Autoformat button and then click the 3-D Color diagram style in the Diagram Style list
      • Click the OK button in the Organization Chart Style Gallery dialog box
      • Click the Close button on the Organization Chart toolbar
    • Changing the Preset Design Scheme
    • Scaling an Organization Chart
      • Right-click a blank area of the chart placeholder and then right-click Format Organization Chart on the shortcut menu
      • Click the Size tab. In the Scale area, double-click 100 in the Height text box. Type 110 as the entry
      • Click the OK button
      • Use the UP and LEFT ARROW keys to move the organization chart to the desired location on the slide
    • Scaling an Organization Chart
    • Applying a New Design Template to a Single Slide
      • Display the slide for which you wish to apply the new design template and click the Slide Design button on the Formatting toolbar
      • When the Slide Design task pane is displayed, click the down scroll arrow in the Apply a design template list until the Edge template is displayed in the Available For Use area
      • Click the button arrow on the right side of the Edge template
      • Click Apply to Selected Slides
      • Click the Close button in the Slide Design task pane
    • Applying a New Design Template to a Single Slide
    • Rearranging Slides
      • In the tabs pane, click the slide you wish to move
      • Drag the slide to the location you wish to insert it
    • Adding an Animation Scheme to Selected Slides
      • Select the slides for which you wish to add the animation scheme, using the CTRL key for nonadjacent selections
      • Click Slide Show on the menu bar and then click Animation Schemes
      • Scroll down the Apply to selected slides list and then click Rise Up in the Moderate category
      • Click the Close button in the Slide Design task pane
    • Adding an Animation Scheme to Selected Slides
    • Printing Slides as Handouts
      • Ready the printer and select Print from the File menu
      • Click the Print what box arrow and then click Handouts in the list
      • Click the Slides per page box arrow in the Handouts area and then click 4 in the list. Verify the Horizontal option button is selected. If it is not selected, then click to select it
      • If Grayscale is not displayed in the Color/grayscale box, click the Color/grayscale arrow and then click Grayscale
      • Click the OK button
    • Printing Slides as Handouts
    • Summary
      • Create presentations using visuals
      • Open a Microsoft Word outline as a presentation
      • Add a picture to create a custom background
      • Format text-based content
    • Summary
      • Insert and modify a clip
      • Customize bullets using the slide master
      • Insert and format a table
      • Create and format an organizational chart
    • Summary
      • Apply a new design template to a single slide
      • Rearrange slides
      • Add an animation scheme to selected slides
      • Print slides as handouts
    • PowerPoint Project 3 Complete