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A self help PPT for teachers to learn rich features in powerpoint and create engaging presentations.

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    1. 1. NIIT University Digital content: Creating Powerful Powerpoint @akhlesha akhlesh.agarwal@gmail.com 1
    2. 2. Benefits of using Digital Content• Is attention grabbing, more engaging, and interesting due to the use of graphics, animations and videos.• Better understanding by students due to visualization.• If PPT slides are shared with students via moodle CMS or email, students can pay attention to understand the concept instead of copying notes from board. 2
    3. 3. Topics• Basics of creating Powerpoint presentations. – Creating a new PPT, Adding slides – Views and zoom, Adding text , Color, font, size and styles – Bullets and numbering, Slide layout• Adding multimedia – Adding images and clipart, moving images to front and back. – Adding videos – Making diagrams and flowcharts, connecting objects, grouping objects – Giving 3D effect to shapes – Rotating and aligning objects• Animation – Animation in text and objects in slide – Animation in slide transition• Misc – Adding slide number – Copy paste slides across PPTs – Saving in different (read-only) formats (PPS, PDF)• Creating Content for special subjects – Mathematics – Electrical/electronics – Chemistry 3
    4. 4. Basics Play around with these for sometime and you will see that you don’t need any training for these. Its child’s play.• Creating a new PPT File -> New• Adding slides Or Ctrl M• Views and zoom• Adding text• Bullets and numbering• Color, font, size and styles 4
    5. 5. Slide layoutChoose the layout of a New slide by right click on the slidethen select “Layout” option 5
    6. 6. Selecting inside the box to type the text v/s select the box itself 6
    7. 7. Adding multimedia• Adding images and clipart, moving images to front and back.• Adding videos• Making diagrams and flowcharts, connecting objects, grouping objects• Giving 3D effect to shapes• Rotating and aligning objects 7
    8. 8. Insert imagesInsert any image to your slides from your harddisk 8
    9. 9. Multiple images / objects and foreground / background conceptSelect one of these three images (Map, NIIT logo and NU logo), right click andplay with options send backwards, send forward and see the effect 9
    10. 10. ClipartsInsert from a large library of clipart available in Powerpoint. 10
    11. 11. Adding shapes 11
    12. 12. Using geometrical shapes Typing inside the object: F2 Start A=1 ? ? Connecting objects with arrows With red dots on objects Add 1 to AClick on the object and playwith the green dot on top of theobject to rotate Print A A> No 10What are the yellow control points Yes ? Print ? “Bye” End 12
    13. 13. Aligning objectsSelect multiple objects (press shift key and click on more objects)Then right click and try these options to align Start A=1 Add 1 to A A>Print A No 10 Yes Print “bye” End 13
    14. 14. Use Shift key while drawing or resizing Hold shift key to Draw a circle vs ellipse Draw a square vs rectangle Draw horizontal/vertical vs slant line Maintain aspect ratio white resizing objects 14
    15. 15. Rotating and flipping objects 15
    16. 16. Using special characters or mathematical symbolsAlmost all language characters including Indian languages and mathematical symbols areavailable in the font “Arial unicode MS”  αβγ δεζ ηθλ μπρ φψω 16
    17. 17. Freehand drawing objects B Speed A Time 17
    18. 18. Quick Styles – 3D and shades Start Start A=1 A=1 Add 1 to Add 1 to A A A> A>Print A Print A No 10 No 10 Yes Yes Print Print “bye” “bye” End End 18
    19. 19. GroupingSelect multiple objects, then rightclick->group to copy/move or resize them as one object Start A=1 Add 1 to Start A A=1 A> Add 1 toPrint A A No 10 A Print A > Yes No 10 Print Yes “bye” Print “bye” End 19 End 19 19
    20. 20. Inserting a logo or background image on all slides 1 2 3 4 20
    21. 21. Animation• Animation in text and objects in slide• Animation in slide transition 21
    22. 22. Animation• Select the object that you want to animate• Click on Animation menu tab• Select the option from the Animate drop down.• You are done with simple animation.• You can also use Custom animation button for more advance animation affects.• Animation can be timer based or controlled by mouse/keyboard. 22
    23. 23. Slide transition 23
    24. 24. Misc tasks• Adding slide number• Copy paste slides across PPTs• Saving in different (read-only) formats (PPS, PDF)• PPT Template 24
    25. 25. Adding slide numbers• Insert -> Header & Footer 25
    26. 26. Copy paste across PPT files• Switch to slide-sorter view• Select multiple slides by pressing shift• Copy (Ctrl c) from first PPT and paste (Ctrl v) into the other PPT 26
    27. 27. Saving in read-only formats• PPS: Powerpoint show. Animations will work, but cannot edit.• PDF: Save as PDF, more secure (can not be edited) but animations will not work in PDF. 27
    28. 28. PPT Template• Use a template to make your presentations, so that all presentations are consistent in look and feel and you don’t have to configure things like logo, header, footer, fonts, style etc. 28
    29. 29. Creating special subject content Maths Chemistry Electrical/Electronics 29
    30. 30. Maths• Insert -> equation• Explore host of features to create mathematical equations in your slides 30
    31. 31. Chemistry• There are several free tools to draw chemical structures: e.g.• http://symyx-draw.en.softonic.com/• Copy paste the image from the tool to your slide. 31
    32. 32. Here are Some symbols to help you in + 5V making electrical circuits. Flip them, rotate them and connect them to make any circuit Group and ungroup them to make more symbols as per your need ////////A VV //////// //////// R1 = 10Ω R2 A + 3V
    33. 33. Connecting the projectorFn + F8(this key combination works in Dell laptops,other brands may have different key combination to connect your laptop to projector to 33
    34. 34. Thank you @akhleshaakhlesh.agarwal@gmail.com 34

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