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  • 1. PowerPoint Project 4 Modifying Visual Elements and Presentation Formats
  • 2. Objectives
    • Create a presentation using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Create and scale a WordArt element and add it to a slide
    • Add sound effects and hyperlinks to slides
    • Insert a chart, an Excel chart, and a Word table
  • 3. Objectives
    • Revise and customize individual slides
    • Use the Thesaurus
    • Modify a presentation template by changing the color scheme
    • Add information to the slide master Footer Area
  • 4. Objectives
    • Add an action button and action setting
    • Apply transition effects to a presentation
    • Rehearse presentation timings and run a slide show with hyperlinks
    • Print speaker notes and save slide presentations as Rich Text Format outlines
  • 5. Using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Click the Create a new presentation link in the Open area of the Getting Started task pane
    • Click From AutoContent wizard
    • If necessary, hide the Office Assistant
    • Click the Next button
    • When the Presentation type panel is displayed, click the Sales / Marketing button
  • 6. Using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Click the Marketing Plan presentation type
    • Click the Next button
    • Click the Next button
    • When the Presentation options panel is displayed, click the Footer text box and then type as the footer text
    • Click the Next button, then click the Finish button
  • 7. Using the AutoContent Wizard
  • 8. Using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Allows the user to Create
    • No Knowledge of PowerPoint needed
    • You can add your own presentations to the AutoContent Wizard by following these steps:
  • 9. Using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Create and save the presentation that you want to put in the AutoContent Wizard. (In particular, you can start with one of PowerPoint’s built-in presentations, available by choosing File, New, and selecting from the files listed on the presentation tab.)You can save it either Presentation format (*.ppt) or Design Template (*pot).
  • 10. Using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Start the AutoContent Wizard by clicking From AutoContent Wizard on the New Presentation pane.
    • Click Next to jump to the second step, Presentation Type
  • 11. Using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Choose the category most appropriate to your presentation. General, Corporate, Projects, and Sales/Marketing work; All, and Carnegie presentations are under license. Click Add.
  • 12. Selecting a WordArt Style
    • Click the Insert WordArt button on the Drawing toolbar
    • When the WordArt Gallery dialog box is displayed, click the WordArt style in row 5, column 4
    • Click the OK button
  • 13. Entering the WordArt Text
    • If necessary, select the text in the Edit WordArt Text dialog box
    • Type Cash for College in the Text text box
    • Click the OK button
    • Display the WordArt toolbar by right-clicking a toolbar and then clicking WordArt
  • 14. WordArt Toolbar Button Functions
  • 15. Changing the WordArt Height and Width
    • Click the Format WordArt button on the WordArt toolbar
    • Click the Size tab in the Format WordArt dialog box
    • Click Lock aspect ratio
    • Triple-click the Height text box in the Size and rotate area
    • Type 2.5 in the Height text box and click the OK button
  • 16. WordArt
    • WordArt
    • Text – Right?
    Text
  • 17. WordArt
    • WordArt – Objects
    • You can Change
      • Height
      • Width
      • Line Style
      • Fill Color
      • Shadows
    Text
  • 18. WordArt
    • What is the difference between dragging an object and scaling it?
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  • 19. WordArt
    • What is the difference between dragging an object and scaling it?
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  • 20. Changing the WordArt Height and Width
  • 21. WordArt
    • Scaling will keep the aspect ratio.
    • If I have a ratio of height to width of 4 to 3, scaling keeps the ratio, by locking the aspect ratio.
    Text
  • 22. WordArt
    • On the toolbar for WordArt, we can also select the grouping that we want for the spacing of the object.
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  • 23. WordArt
    • Try it from Very Tight to Customizing the spacing of the object.
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  • 24. WordArt
    • What is Kern Characters?
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  • 25. WordArt
    • The spacing will be even though different fonts or characters are used.
    Text
  • 26. WordArt
    • If you Add additional WordArt, can you layer or Order the objects?
    Your Text Text
  • 27. WordArt
    • Right Click your new Object. Select Order and Send it to the Back.
    Text Your Text
  • 28. Adding a Sound Effect
    • Click Insert on the menu bar and then point to Movies and Sounds
    • Point to Sound from File on the Movies and Sounds submenu
    • Click Sound from File
    • Locate and select the Marketing Music file in the Insert Sound dialog box, and select it
    • Click the OK button
  • 29. Adding a Sound Effect
    • When the Microsoft Office PowerPoint dialog box is displayed, click the Automatically button
    • Drag the speaker icon off the slide to the lower-right corner of the screen
  • 30. Inserting a Chart and Replacing Sample Data
    • Select a slide layout with a content placeholder, and click the Insert Chart button in the content placeholder
    • Right-click the letter D at the top of column D in the datasheet and then point to Clear Contents on the shortcut menu
    • Click Clear Contents
    • Click cell A1, which is the intersection of column A and row 1
    • Type 1234 in cell A1 and then press the RIGHT ARROW key
  • 31. Inserting a Chart and Replacing Sample Data
    • Enter the remaining figures and data labels
    • Click the Close button on the datasheet
    • Click the slide anywhere except the chart window
    • Drag the middle sizing handle on the bottom edge of the chart window down until it is above the bulleted paragraph in the text placeholder
  • 32. Inserting a Chart and Replacing Sample Data
  • 33. Inserting an Excel Chart
    • Click Insert on the menu bar and then point to Object
    • Click Object
    • When the Insert Object dialog box is displayed, click Create from file
    • Click the Browse button
    • Select the College Expenses file on your floppy disk from the Browse dialog box
  • 34. Inserting an Excel Chart
    • Click the OK button
    • When the Insert Object dialog box is redisplayed, click the OK button
  • 35. Inserting a Word Table
    • Click Insert on the menu bar and then click Object
    • When the Insert Object dialog box is displayed, click Create from file. Click the Browse button
    • Select the Average Income file located on your floppy disk when the Browse dialog box is displayed
    • When the Insert Object dialog box is displayed, click the OK button
  • 36. Inserting a Word Table
  • 37. Hiding a Slide
    • Click the Slide Sorter View button at the lower left of the PowerPoint window
    • Right-click the slide you wish to hide and then click Hide Slide on the shortcut menu
  • 38. Finding a Word and Using the Thesaurus
    • Click the Normal View button at the lower left of the PowerPoint window
    • Click Edit on the menu bar and then click Find
    • When the Find dialog box is displayed, type Costs in the Find what box
    • Click the Find Next button
    • Click the Close button in the Find dialog box
  • 39. Finding a Word and Using the Thesaurus
    • Click Tools on the menu bar and then click Thesaurus
    • When the Research task pane is displayed, point to the word, expenses, in the Thesaurus list and then click the arrow to the right of that word
    • Point to Insert
    • Click Insert
    • Click the Close button in the Research task pane
  • 40. Finding a Word and Using the Thesaurus
  • 41. Changing the Presentation Template Color Scheme
    • Click the Slide Design button on the Formatting toolbar
    • Point to Color Schemes in the Slide Design task pane
    • Click Color Schemes
    • Click the top-right color scheme template
    • Click the Close button in the Slide Design task pane title bar
  • 42. Changing the Presentation Template Color Scheme
  • 43. Modifying the Footer on the Slide Master
    • Click View on the menu bar, point to Master, and then click Slide Master on the Master submenu
    • If necessary, click the Marketing Plan Slide master thumbnail on the left slide of the screen
    • Click the word, <footer>, in the Footer Area on the slide master
    • Type Eastwood Financial Aid Office in the footer text box
  • 44. Modifying the Footer on the Slide Master
  • 45. Adding an Action Button and an Action Setting
    • Click Slide Show on the menu bar, point to Action Buttons, and then point to Action Button: End on the Action Buttons submenu
    • Click Action Button: End
    • Click the bottom-right corner of the slide master
    • If necessary, when the Action Settings dialog box is displayed, click the Mouse Click tab
    • Click Play sound
  • 46. Adding an Action Button and an Action Setting
    • Click the Play sound box arrow, click the down scroll arrow, and then click Cash Register
    • Click the OK button
  • 47. Adding a Slide Transition Effect to a Slide Show
    • On the Slides tab, select the slides you wish to add transitions to
    • Right-click the first slide in your selection and click Slide Transition on the shortcut menu
    • When the Slide Transition task pane is displayed, click the down scroll arrow in the Apply to selected slides list until Shape Diamond is displayed
  • 48. Adding a Slide Transition Effect to a Slide Show
    • Click Shape Diamond
    • Click the Modify Transition Speed box arrow and then click Slow
    • Click the Close button in the Slide Transition task pane
  • 49. Adding a Slide Transition Effect to a Slide Show
  • 50. Rehearsing Timings
    • Click Slide Show on the menu bar and then click Rehearse Timings
    • Point to the Next button on the Rehearsal toolbar
    • When the Elapsed Time box displays 0:40, click the Next button
    • Repeat the previous step for the remaining slides, setting an acceptable time to spend for each slide
  • 51. Rehearsing Timings
    • When the black slide displays, point to the Yes button in the Microsoft PowerPoint dialog box
    • Click the Yes button
  • 52. Printing Speaker Notes
    • Click File on the menu bar and then click Print
    • When the Print dialog box is displayed, click the Print what box arrow and then click Notes Pages
    • Click the OK button
  • 53. Printing Speaker Notes
  • 54. Saving the Presentation in Rich Text Format
    • Click File on the menu bar and then click Save As
    • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, click the Save as type box arrow scroll down, and then click Outline/RTF
    • Click the Save button
  • 55. Saving the Presentation in Rich Text Format
  • 56. Slide Show Navigation Shortcut Keys
  • 57. Slide Show Toolbar Buttons
  • 58. Summary
    • Create a presentation using the AutoContent Wizard
    • Create and scale a WordArt element and add it to a slide
    • Add sound effects and hyperlinks to slides
    • Insert a chart, an Excel chart, and a Word table
  • 59. Summary
    • Revise and customize individual slides
    • Use the Thesaurus
    • Modify a presentation template by changing the color scheme
    • Add information to the slide master Footer Area
  • 60. Summary
    • Add an action button and action setting
    • Apply transition effects to a presentation
    • Rehearse presentation timings and run a slide show with hyperlinks
    • Print speaker notes and save slide presentations as Rich Text Format outlines
  • 61. PowerPoint Project 4 Complete