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How to use powerpoint creatively: These slides are here to remind you how powerpoint can be used creatively to convey your message.

How to use powerpoint creatively: These slides are here to remind you how powerpoint can be used creatively to convey your message.

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  • 1. Dynamic Powerpoint made simple Karyne Ang Gameplan Coaching Services [email_address] +61 422 475 225
  • 2. Slide Layout will help you determine what types of slides you want to create
  • 3. What you will learn today…
    • First, the basics: Starting on Powerpoint
      • Pick your slide layout
      • Add Text
      • Add Pictures
      • Add Shapes
    • Create some magic moments with simple items …
      • Text format & colours
      • Pictures
      • Shapes
      • Sound (if the laptop has a sound card)
      • Picture effects
      • Text effects
      • Use Animations
      • Slide transitions
    Text
  • 4.
    • Getting familiar with the pp layout
    • Add slide content
    • Choose new layouts
    • Insert slides
    • Format text
    • Autofit for text
    • Aligning
    • Bullets, fonts, paragraphs
    • Insert slides from other presentations
    •  
    • Speaker notes
    • View
  • 5. Getting familiar with the navigational ribbon
    • Home, Insert, Design, Animations, Slide Show, Review, View, ‘Format’
  • 6. Using Smart Art
    • Diagrams, concepts -> Convert text to smart art
    • Training
      • Examples
      • Applications
      • Practice
    • Real world presentations
      • Impact
      • Knowledge sharing
      • Feedback
  • 7. Themes and backgrounds
    • Why themes
      • Colour, font
      • Consistency
      • Positioning
  • 8. Pictures and sound
  • 9. Creating Dynamic presentations
    • Up to now, you’ve been learning the static side of powerpoint.
    • Now it’s time to turn up the heat with your presentations.
  • 10. Slide Transition and Animation
    • Slide transition – sound, speed, single or multiple slides
    • Slide advancement – auto or mouse click
    • Animation effects – on text, pictures, with or without sound
    • Entry, emphasis, exit, motion paths
    • Animation order sequence and timings
  • 11. What about these effects?
    • How do the text boxes appear and drop away all by themselves?
      • Custom animation!
      • Effects on Entrance and Exit
  • 12. Trees… and your life Save the world! Hug a tree! Philosophy session? Gardening? Botany? Recycling The next page is slightly more conventional
  • 13. A clean, quiet format can convey your message
    • Wakeboarding can be really fun because:
    • Gets your adrenalin going
    • You meet lots of fun folk around
    • Great exercise all round
  • 14. A clean, quiet format can convey your message Tell me what you noticed.
    • Commands used:
    • Insert Picture,
    • Slide Transition,
    • Custom Animation (Entrance)
  • 15.
    • Wakeboarding can be really fun because:
    • Gets your adrenalin going
    • You meet lots of fun folk around
    • Great exercise all round
    You can jazz it up a bit more What do you think? Commands used: Insert Picture/Sound, Slide Transition, Custom Animation (Entrance and Exit), Format text, AutoShape, Add text into shape
  • 16. Picture 2 pictures used here, one on top of the other (Command: Insert – Picture – From File) Use the Picture toolbar: Back picture: Colour – Washout Front picture: Crop
  • 17. Picture effects – Layering: Here’s how
    • Insert Picture from file (2 identical pictures)
    • On Picture Toolbar, select Washout for 2 nd picture
    • Brighten or Darken as desired
    • Place 1 st picture directly on top of 2 nd picture
    • Use the Crop Tool to crop the picture to size
    • This reveals the picture at the back
    Practical demonstration
  • 18. Text Highlight key words in colour Slide Show - Custom animation Add effect – Entrance – select your preference Start: On click / after previous or with previous animation Do this for all bullet points To have the text move away at the end: Add effect – Exit – select your preference For advance commands (eg. Timings, you can play around ‘Start, Timings, Effects options etc)
  • 19. Let’s scrutinize these bullet points
    • Wakeboarding can be really fun because:
    • Gets your adrenalin going
    • You meet lots of fun folk around
    • Great exercise all round
    • Slide Show -> Custom Animation
    • Add Effect -> Entrance
      • Start: with Previous
      • Effect: Strips
      • Effect Options -> With Previous, 3 seconds
      • Effects Options -> By First Level Paragraphs
    • Add Effect -> Exit
      • With Previous
      • Effect: Fly Out
      • Effect Options -> With Previous, Timing Delay = 1 second
      • Effect options – Text animations -> by first level paragraphs
  • 20. Sound Notice the tiny icon Sound file (Command: Insert – Movies and Sounds – Sound from Clip Organizer or File) Select Start with Previous (picture) to have the sound and picture coming in together
  • 21.
    • Wakeboarding can be really fun because:
    • Gets your adrenalin going
    • You meet lots of fun folk around
    • Great exercise all round
    See it all together Commands used: Insert Picture/Sound, Slide Transition, Custom Animation (Entrance and Exit), Format text, AutoShape, Add text into shape
  • 22. Trees… and your life Save the world! Hug a tree! Philosophy session? Gardening? Botany? Recycling Hence now you can see it applied in all sorts of ways
  • 23. What are 2 key motion features covered today? S_ _D_ TR_ _S_ _ _ _N _ _ST_M AN_ _AT_ _ _. In Custom Animation, which 2 effects were demonstrated today? Ent_ _ _ _ e _x_t
    • Name some elements that you can include in a slide:
    • Text
    • _______________
    • _______________
    • _______________
  • 24. Videos and music
    • Treat this like pictures and sound
    • Single or multiple movies
    • With or without sound (double click on video to change volume settings above in the navigational ribbon)
  • 25. Powerpoint areas of focus in this section
    • Slide orientation and size
    • Slide Master – reduces file size with images/logos, page numbers, etc
    • Create tables
    • Create charts and diagrams
    • Shapes, pictures and formats
      • Home – Drawing, Arrangement, Styles and Effects
      • Rotation and grouping
    • Smart art familiarization
  • 26. Research conducted in 2007 and flow through 2008
  • 27. Alignment of research strategies and resources with client business objectives Business goals & Objectives Business strategies Research strategies (aligned with business goals) Commercial TBC TBC TBC TBC Corporate TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC
  • 28. Profitability
  • 29. Creativity with text, pictures, sound and animation
    • Use layers
    • Mix and match
    • Create depth and tone
    • Use a style appropriate to your message
    • Engage your audience
  • 30. More tricks beyond Powerpoint in the boardroom
    • Conversions – photos and slides
    • Turning powerpoint slides into pictures/images to use in other applications
    • Pdfs
    • Saving as ....(save powerpoint slides as Images/Pictures/Jpeg files)
    • Sharing powerpoint on the web with others around the world
  • 31. At the end of the day it is about ...
    • Intention and expectations
    • Audience
    • Creativity
    • Having fun
    • Constant curiosity, learning
    • Practice, practice, practice