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  • 1. PowerPoint Presentation to Accompany
    GO! with Microsoft® PowerPoint 2010
    Chapter 1
    Getting Started with Microsoft Office PowerPoint
  • 2. Objectives
    Create a New Presentation
    Edit a Presentation in Normal View
    Add Pictures to a Presentation
    Print and View a Presentation
  • 3. Objectives
    Edit an Existing Presentation
    Format a Presentation
    Use Slide Sorter View
    Apply Slide Transitions
  • 4. Create a New Presentation
  • 5. Create a New Presentation
  • 6. Edit a Presentation in Normal View
    Editing
    Adding and deleting slides or changing the content of individual slides
    List Levels
    Similar to outline levels; represented by bullet symbols, indentation, and size of text
    Autofit
    Reduces size of text to fit placeholder
  • 7. Edit a Presentation in Normal View
  • 8. Edit a Presentation in Normal View
  • 9. Edit a Presentation in Normal View
  • 10. Add Pictures to a Presentation
    Photographic images add impact.
    Options on the Picture Tools Format tab on Ribbon:
    Picture Styles gallery provides formatting options.
    Artistic Effects make pictures resemble sketches or paintings.
  • 11. Add Pictures to a Presentation
  • 12. Add Pictures to a Presentation
  • 13. Add Pictures to a Presentation
  • 14. Print and View a Presentation
    Headers
    Print at top of slide handouts or notes pages, not on the slide images
    Footers
    Print at bottom of slides, slide handouts, or notes pages
    Backstage view
    Select print setting and preview printing
  • 15. Print and View a Presentation
  • 16. Print and View a Presentation
  • 17. Edit an Existing Presentation
    Edit the contents of a presentation
    Slide pane
    Outline tab in the Slides/Outline pane
    Insert slides
    New slide button for new slides
    Reuse Slide pane to insert existing slides
  • 18. Edit an Existing Presentation
  • 19. Edit an Existing Presentation
  • 20. Format a Presentation
    Formatting on the Slide pane:
    Change fonts, font sizes, font styles, and font colors
    Align text (left, centered, right, justified)
    Change line spacing
    Formatting with the Slide Layout gallery:
    Home tab, Slides group, and then click Layout button
    Choose from a selection of slide layouts including titles, subtitles, lists, and pictures
  • 21. Use Slide Sorter View
    Display thumbnails of the slides
    Rearrange slides
    Delete slides
    Format multiple slides
  • 22. Use Slide Sorter View
  • 23. Apply Slide Transitions
    Slide Transitions
    Motion effects when moving from one slide to the next during a presentation
    Select transition styles from the Transition gallery
    Select Duration (speed) in the Timing group
    Different transitions can be selected for each slide or select Apply To All for the same transition for all slides.
  • 24. Apply Slide Transitions
  • 25. Covered Objectives
    Create a New Presentation
    Edit a Presentation in Normal View
    Add Pictures to a Presentation
    Print and View a Presentation
  • 26. Covered Objectives
    Edit an Existing Presentation
    Format a Presentation
    Use Slide Sorter View
    Apply Slide Transitions
  • 27. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Printed in the United States of America.
    Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc.  
    Publishing as Prentice Hall