Prepared in PowerPoint 2003 as guide for students still using this older version on their home computers
Used the Title only slide Layout Logo from Feministing.com – Previously copied to hard drive as a PNG file and then put on this slide using Insert > Picture Came in Centered – between top & bottom half of slide – which I didn’t like so I Moved it closer to bottom To get outline around Feministing.com logo, with image selected & Picture Toolbar showing, I clicked on the Line Style icon (shows 3 lines of various widths) and chose the width I wanted. Did not want a black line, so clicked on Line Color icon in Drawing Toolbar and chose this bluish color. If you don’t see the Drawing Toolbar at bottom of PowerPoint window, then Right-click in empty portion of Menu Bar or Formatting bars at top of window and click on Drawing Toolbar. To draw circle around the sexy woman – Click oval icon in Drawing Toolbar. To make the Circle transparent, click the Fill Color icon (looks like a paint can) & choose No Fill To make the outline of the circle red, click on the Line Color Icon (looks like a pen) & choose your color. To make the outline thicker, click the Line Style icon (3 lines of various widths) and choose your width. To add the Call-Out, click on AutoShapes in Drawing Toolbar, then click on Call-outs & choose what you want. To write the text, need a Textbox. Click on Insert > Textbox.
What you see when creating a slide show in PowerPoint 2003.
I used FastStone Capture to get picture of Drawing Toolbar which I then copied into PowerPoint and annotated in PowerPoint.
I used the call-out to make the clouds, the rectangle shape for house, door, windows, and the triangle shape for roof.
Graphics In Power Point2003
Graphics in PowerPoint 2003 Prepared by Prof Pat For WS445 – Feb. 24, 2010 Just the basics for preparing graphics & call-out annotations for the March 3 assignment Key Point : When using Call-outs, you must insert a Textbox over the Call-out in order to type your words ( unlike Word where can type directly into a Callout ).
How to Use this Slide Show <ul><li>Slide #3 illustrates a final product. Read the notes section below the slide to learn how this slide created </li></ul><ul><li>Slide #4 is a screen shot of the basic working window in PP 2003, with major parts identified (so you can understand the Notes section in Slide #3) </li></ul><ul><li>Slide #5 has details of the Drawing Toolbar. </li></ul><ul><li>Slide #6 – Create your own Graphics </li></ul>Download the slide show so you can run it on your computer. Don’t run as a full screen slide show – run it the way you would if you were editing or creating new slides. That way you can read the Notes section below each slide.
Graphics with Call-Out: Sample Is this a FEMINIST symbol? Does it objectify women and promote body image problems? Note: You can explain what you did, sources of graphics and quotes, etc. by using the Notes Section below the slide.