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  1. 1. 1. Tittle 18.Why do we need to use2. Contents powerpoint.3. What is Powerpoint presentation 19. Powerpoint as a student project4. History of Powerpoint 20. Powerpoint to promote peer5. Powerpoint Operations sharing.6. Powerpoint three types of movement7. Powerpoint versions8. Parts of powerpoint9. Parts of powerpoint10. Parts of powerpoint11. Powerpoint file tab12.Powerpoint file tab13. Powerpoint transition tab14. Powerpoint Templates15. Powerpoint Animations16.Powerpoint viewer17. Powerpoint Themes
  2. 2.  Is the name of a proprietary commercial software present ation program developed by Microsoft. It was developed by Microsoft and officially launched on May 22, 1990. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite, and runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple’s Mac OS X operating system. The current versions are Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 for Windows and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.
  3. 3.  Originally designed for the Macintosh computer, the initial release was called "Presenter", developed by Dennis Austin and and Thomas Rudkin of Forethought, Inc. In 1987, it was renamed to "PowerPoint“ In August of the same year, Forethought was bought by Microsoft for $14 million USD PowerPoint changed significantly with PowerPoint 97. PowerPoint 2000 introduced a clipboard that could hold multiple objects at once. As of 2012, various versions of PowerPoint claim ~95% of the presentation software market share, having been installed on at least 1 billion computers; the frequency of use in presentations had been estimated at around 350 per second globally.
  4. 4.  PowerPoint presentations consist of a number of individual pages or "slides". The "slide" analogy is a reference to the slide projector. The presentation can be printed, displayed live on a computer, or navigated through at the command of the presenter.PowerPoint provides three types of movements: Entrance, emphasis, and exit of elements on a slide itself are controlled by what PowerPoint calls Custom Animations. Transitions, on the other hand, are movements between slides. These can be animated in a variety of ways. Custom animation can be used to create small story boards by animating pictures to enter, exit or move.
  5. 5.  Entrance, emphasis, and exit of elements on a slide itself are controlled by what PowerPoint calls Custom Animations. Transitions, on the other hand, are movements between slides. These can be animated in a variety of ways. Custom animation can be used to create small story boards by animating pictures to enter, exit or move.
  6. 6.  1990 PowerPoint 2.0 for Windows 3.0 1992 PowerPoint 3.0 for Windows 3.1 1993 PowerPoint 4.0 (Office 4.x) 1995 PowerPoint for Windows 95 (version 7.0; Office 95) 1997 PowerPoint 97 (version 8.0; Office 97) 1999 PowerPoint 2000 (version 9.0; Office 2000) 2001 PowerPoint 2002 (version 10; Office XP) 2003 Office PowerPoint 2003 (version 11; Office 2003) 2007 Office PowerPoint 2007 (version 12; Office 2007) 2010 PowerPoint 2010 (version 14; Office 2010)
  7. 7. The image shows the GUI (Graphical User Interface) and different parts of it
  8. 8.  Office button - you can open, save, print file in this button. Ribbon - The ribbon replaces the toolbar in older versions of PowerPoint, prior to PowerPoint 2007. Quick Access Toolbar - This toolbar appears in the top left corner of the PowerPoint 2010 screen. This is a customizable toolbar, so that you may add icons for features that you use frequently. Tabs on the Ribbon - These tabs on the ribbon are headings for groups of tasks. These tabs look similar to the headings on the menus in older versions of PowerPoint. Help Button - This tiny question mark icon is how to access help for PowerPoint 2010.
  9. 9.  Slides/Outline Pane - The Slides/Outline pane is located on the left side of the window. The Slides pane shows thumbnail versions of each of the slides in the presentation. The Outline pane shows a text outline of all the information on the slides. Notes - The Notes section is a place for the speaker to jot down any hints or references for his presentation. Only the presenter will see these notes. Status Bar - The Status bar shows current aspects of the presentation, such as the current slide number and what design theme was used. A tiny Common tools toolbar gives quick access to features that the presenter would use often.
  10. 10.  When you click on the File tab of the ribbon, you are presented with what Microsoft is calling the Backstage view. The is the place to look for any information about this file, such as the author, and options for saving, printing and viewing detailed option settings. That old saying "Whats old is new again" comes to mind. My guess is that the Office button, introduced in PowerPoint 2007, was not a success. Microsoft Office users were used to theFile option on the old menu, and the new ribbon was different enough. So, the return of theFile tab on the ribbon will be comforting to many users, especially those who didnt jump on the Office 2007 bandwagon
  11. 11. A first click on the File tab reveals an Info section, with options for: protecting the presentation by setting permissions checking for issues and preparing for sharing the presentation managing versions, stating how many versions of this presentation you have created and allowing for deletions
  12. 12. Slide transitions have always been apart of PowerPoint. However,the Transitions tab is new to thePowerPoint 2010 ribbon.
  13. 13. Powerpoint template is a design based onthe Slide Master. The Slide Master controls theoverall look, color, placement of text and otherdesign elements that are common throughoutthe presentation.To access the Slide Master, choose View >Master > Slide Master in the pull-down menusat the top of your screen when a presentationis open.A true Powerpoint template will have the suffixof .pot rather than .ppt (pre-2007 versions).what is the meaning
  14. 14. Is a form of animation whichuses Microsoft PowerPoint and similarprograms to create a game or movie. Theartwork is generally created usingPowerPoints AutoShape features, and thenanimated slide-by-slide or by using CustomAnimation. These animations can then beshared by transferring the PowerPoint filethey were created in, and can be viewedwith PowerPoint or Microsoftsfree PowerPoint Viewer
  15. 15. A program that allows you to seePower Point presentations even if youdont have Power Point installed on yourcomputer
  16. 16. Use themes to simplify the process ofcreating professional designer-lookingpresentations. Theme colors, fonts, andeffects not only work in PowerPoint, butthey are also available in Excel, Word,and Outlook so your your presentations,documents, worksheets, and e-mails canhave a cohesive look.
  17. 17. PowerPoint presentation has become astandard format for audio-visual presentations, theslide shows are used to communicate the ideasthat you want to speak about. In spite of itimportance, sometimes we don’t have enoughtime to make a good PowerPoint presentation,that really can help us
  18. 18.  Assigning research projects to students gives educators a way to assess student competency and attention to detail. PowerPoint is used by students to fulfill classroom assignments and to demonstrate their technological proficiency. Picture, music and video files are commonly added to support report information. Group presentations are streamlined by using PowerPoint software. Each group member is able to contribute input into the overall project design and is given latitude with individual sections.
  19. 19. PowerPoint allows educators to sharevaluable information and even classroomlessons with their peers. Because teachers in different locationsand academic concentrationscommunicate with and assess each other,greater creativity is used in lesson planning.