First steps in PowerPoint

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Simple power point to help children starting presentations

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  • 1. How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation By: Lisa Giardina
  • 2. Slide Design and Title Page
    • Slide Design
      • Click ‘Format’
      • Click ‘Slide Design’
      • Choose a design template
      • (on the right side of the screen  )
    • Title Page
      • Type a title and your name on the first slide in the text boxes
  • 3. Add a New Slide
    • Right click on the mouse under your last slide on the left side of the screen. 
    • Click ‘New Slide’
  • 4. Type Text
    • Type a ‘title’ in the text box on the top of the slide
    • Type information in text box below the title.
  • 5. Change Style/Size of Font
    • Select font style from ‘drop down menu’ (i.e. Times New Roman, Arial, Verdana, etc.)
    • Select font size from ‘drop down menu’ (i.e. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, etc.)
    • Bold (B) , Italics (I) , Underline (U)
  • 6. Change Color of Font
    • Click on ‘Font Color’ on the bottom or top of the screen. ( A )
    • Select a color
  • 7. ClipArt
    • Add pictures to your slide show!!
    • Click ‘Insert Clipart’ on the bottom of the screen.
    • Type a word in the ‘search box’
        • (i.e. ‘Soccer’, ‘School’, ‘Home’)
    • Left-Click on a picture
  • 8.
    • Click the ‘WordArt’ button on the bottom of the screen. (A)
    • Select a WordArt Style
    • Type text in textbox
    • Select font style/size
    WordArt