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    Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation Transcript

    • Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel Seminar on Learning Skills for Open and Distance Learners May 3, 2008, 1:00 PM- 5:00 PM DOUS Computer Laboratory Room 01/13/12
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
      • Introduction to Ms PowerPoint
      • Creating a Presentation
      • Different PowerPoint Views
      • Working with Slides
      • Slide Animation
      • View Slideshow
      01/13/12
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
      • PowerPoint is used to create and deliver presentations. Desktop presentation program
      • Electronically presentation
      • Print presentation on over head transparencies or on paper for printed handouts
      01/13/12 NEXT SLIDE
    • PowerPoint Interface 01/13/12 Workspace Task Pane Thumbnails, Slide Sorter Toolbars NEXT SLIDE
    • First Presentation 01/13/12
    • The AutoContent Wizard 01/13/12 The AutoContent Wizard Dialog Box Creates a new presentation by prompting you for information about content, purpose, style, handouts and output. The new presentation contains sample text that you can replace with your own information.
    • Templates 01/13/12 You can also create a presentation using a pre-defined template. PowerPoint applies the color scheme and general layout of the template to each slide in the presentation.
    • AutoLayout Dialog Box 01/13/12
    • Auto Layout con’t… 01/13/12
    • The Presentation Window 01/13/12
    • Working with Slides 01/13/12 Normal View Slide show Slide Sorter View Displays miniature versions of all slides in a presentation, complete with text and graphics. In slide sorter view, you can reorder slides, add transitions, and animation effects. You can also set the timings for electronic slide shows. Switches to normal view, where you can work on one slide at a time or organize the structure of all the slides in your presentation Runs your slide show in a full screen, beginning with the current slide if you are in slide view or the selected slide if you are in slide sorter view
    • Outline view 01/13/12 Switches to outline view, where you can work with the structure of your file in outline form. Work in outline view when you need to organize the structure of your file.
    • Slide View 01/13/12 Switches to slide view, where you can work on one slide at a time
    • Notes Page 01/13/12 With the Notes Page View, you can type speaker notes that you can print and use during your presentation.
    • Changing your Presentation’s Look
      • Adding and Formatting Text, Word art, Bullets
      01/13/12 Word Art Text Box
    • Changing Color Schemes and Background 01/13/12
    • Changing the Color Scheme 01/13/12
    • Fill Effects- Gradient 01/13/12
    • Fill Effects- Texture 01/13/12
    • Fill Effects- Pattern 01/13/12
    • Adding Pictures
      • Clip Art is a collection of images or pictures that you can place on a slide.
      01/13/12 Insert Diagram or Organizational Chart Insert Clip Art Insert Picture
    • 01/13/12
    • Dressing Up Your Presentation 01/13/12
    • Dressing Up Your Presentation
      • If you only want to apply the animation scheme to a few slides, click the Slides tab, and select the slides you want.
      • On the Slide Show menu, click Animation Schemes.
      • In the Slide Design task pane, under Apply to selected slides, click an animation scheme in the list.
      • If you want to apply the scheme to all slides, click the Apply to All Slides button.
      01/13/12
    • Custom Animation
      • In normal view, display the slide that has the text or objects you want to animate.
      • Select the object you want to animate.
      • On the Slide Show menu, click Custom Animation.
      • In the Custom Animation task pane, click , and do one or more of the following:
        • If you want to make the text or object enter the slide show presentation with an effect, point to Entrance and then click an effect.
        • If you want to add an effect to text or an object that is on the slide, point to Emphasis and then click an effect.
        • If you want to add an effect to text or an object that makes it leave the slide at some point, point to Exit and then click an effect.
      01/13/12
    • 01/13/12
    • Entrance Effect 01/13/12
    • Add Emphasis Effect 01/13/12
    • Add Exit Effect 01/13/12
    • Add Motion Path 01/13/12
    • Custom Animation 01/13/12
    • Slide Transitions
      • Add transitions between slides
      • Do one of the following:
      • Add the same transition to all slides in a slide show presentation
      • On the Slide Show menu, click Slide Transition.
      • In the list, click the transition effect you want.
      • Click Apply to All Slides.
      • Add different transitions between slides
      • Repeat the following process for each slide you want to add a different transition to.
      • On the Slides tab in normal view, select the slides you want to add a transition to.
      • On the Slide Show menu, click Slide Transition.
      • In the list, click the transition effect you want.
      01/13/12
    • 01/13/12
    • Set timings for a slide show
      • Repeat the following process for each slide you want to set the timing for.
      • On the Slides tab in normal view, select the slides you want to set the timing for.
      • On the Slide Show menu, click Slide Transition.
      • Under Advance slide, select the Automatically after check box, and then enter the number of seconds you want the slide to appear on the screen.
      01/13/12
    • Set Up Show 01/13/12
    • 01/13/12 Rehearsal Dialog Box The Prompt to save your timing proposal
    • Viewing the Slide Show
      • 4 ways:
      • Click Slide Show at the lower left of the PowerPoint window
      • On the Slide Show menu, click View show
      • On the View menu, click slide show
      • Press F5 on the keyboard.
      01/13/12
      • Reference: MS PowerPoint 2003
      • ~the end~
      01/13/12