Microsoft power point 2010 publish


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Ribbon Toolbar & Formatting
Inserting and Adding Objects
Creating Theme Color
Creating a Hyperlink
Slide Transitions
Slide Animation
Starting a Slide Show
Printing Slide
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Microsoft power point 2010 publish

  2. 2. Content1. Ribbon Toolbar & Formatting2. Inserting and Adding Objects3. Creating Theme Color4. Creating a Hyperlink5. Slide Transitions6. Slide Animation7. Starting a Slide Show8. Printing Slide9. Microsoft Office Templates
  3. 3. Ribbon Toolbar & Formatting• Home : To edit Slides, Fonts, Paragraph, Drawing and Editing.• Insert : To add Tables, Images, Illustrations, Links, WordArt, and MediaClips.• Design: To edit how your presentation will look. It includes featuressuch as Page Setup, Themes, and Background Styles.• Transitions : To edit Slide Transitions, Effects, and Transition Timing.• Animations : To add custom animations to your presentation.• Slide Show : To show how your presentation will be displayed.• Review : This allows you to Proofread, Translate Languages, CommentSlides, and Compare your Presentation.• View : To set the View of your Presentation, Create Master Views,Show/Hide Features, Zoom, Switch from Color to Grayscale, AdjustWindows, and Add Macros.
  4. 4. Formatting Your PresentationThe default slide design for Microsoft PowerPointdocuments is a blank slideTo change the design of your presentation, go to theDesign Ribbon > Themes . To customize the slide layout, go to theHome > Layout.
  5. 5. Inserting and Adding Objects• To enhance your presentation slide, can use Clip Art, WordArt, Picture, Chart, Shapes and SmartArt
  6. 6. Inserting Clip Art• Go to Insert > ClipArt and then select thedesired picture in the Clip Gallery.• The picture will be inserted at the locationof your cursor within your document.
  7. 7. Inserting Word Art• To insert WordArt, go to Insert > WordArt.• Afterwards, you will be prompted to insert your text.• You can also change the effects of the WordArt by clickingthe options in the Format ribbon in Word Styles toolbar.
  8. 8. Inserting Picture• To insert a picture into yourpresentation select Insert >Picture.• You can choose either to get thephoto from a browser, or from a fileand then locate the image that youwant to put into your document andclick Insert.
  9. 9. Inserting Chart• To insert a Chart inPowerPoint, click theDesign Ribbon > Insert> Chart• Have several options tochoose from, such asColumn, Line, Pie, etc.
  10. 10. Inserting SmartArt• To insert SmartArt, clickthe Insert Ribbon >SmartArt underIllustrations group• Have several options tochoose from, such asList, Process, Cycle, Hierarchy, etc.
  11. 11. Inserting Shapes• To insert Shapes, click the InsertRibbon > Insert > Shapes• To resize the Shapes, simplyclick and drag any of the fourcorners on the object.
  12. 12. Theme Color & Font Theme – Combination of colors, fonts, formatting, graphic andother element that give your presentation a coherent look. To change the theme applied to presentation, you can choosethe theme in from Theme group on the Design Tab.
  13. 13. Creating a Hyperlink Presentation that are intended to be viewed on the Web ofteninclude hyperlinks to provide access to supporting information. You can attach a hyperlink to any selected object, such as text, agraphic, a shape, or a table. Clicking the hyperlinked object or textthan take you directly to the linked location. To add hyperlink, go to Insert Tab >> Links Group>> Hyperlink
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  15. 15. Slide Transitions & AnimationSlide transitions provide an animated effect to each slide whenmoving from one slide to the next during a slide show.There are a variety of transitions that can be applied to each orall slides including sounds.1 - Transition to this Slide group provides thumbnails of variousslide transition options.2- Point and hover over any transition thumbnail, a preview ofthe theme will play.
  16. 16. Slide Transitions3 - Click on the Apply to All command to apply the sametransition to all of your slides.4 – To choose sound, click on the sound you would like tochime during the slide transition.5 - Advance Slide group, allows you to decide if a transitionshould appear when the mouse is clicked or after a specifiedtime.6 - To preview the current slide by clicking on the Previewcommand.
  17. 17. Slide AnimationsSlide animations create animated effects to text and graphicsduring a slide show.There are a variety of animations that can be applied to text orgraphics in multiple ways from a single word to all of the text ona slide.1 - Animation group provides a variety of option to applyanimations to text and graphics within each slide.2 - Point and hover over any animation command, it will behighlighted in a golden color and a preview of the animation willappear.
  18. 18. Slide Animations3 - Timing group allows you to modify thesequence and timing of the animationsselected.4 - Animation Pane displays all of theanimations you have applied to eachslide. It also enables you to modify eachanimation similar to the Timing group andplay the animations applied to the slide.5 - To preview the current slide byclicking on the Preview command.
  19. 19. Starting a Slide Show1 - To view your slide show go to the Start SlideShow group. To start on the first slide click theFrom Beginning command. To start on the currentslide click the From Current Slide command. 2 - Your computer screen will disappearand a slide show will fill your computerscreen. 3 - To move from slide to slide you can use theSlide Show toolbar, at the bottom left of thescreen. Navigational arrows will appear when youposition your cursor in that area. You can alsomove from slide to slide by clicking the mousebutton or using the right and left arrows on thekeyboard.
  20. 20. Starting a Slide Show 4 - To end your slide show press the ESC key on yourkeyboard. This will return you to your screen as you left.NOTE: Another way to quickly preview a slide is to click onthe Slide Show button in the lower right part of the PowerPointwindow. The slide show will begin from the slide selected onthe Slides tab.
  21. 21. Printing Slide To print your document, go to File > Print, select your desiredsettings, and then click the Print button.
  22. 22.  In Microsoft 2010, you can preview yourdocument in the print screen aswell, and can scroll through the pagesusing the arrows located at the bottom ofthe panel. You can select print Settings beforestart printing the document. Setting Options:- Print Page Slides Number Page Layout Print Sided Collated Color Header & FooterPrinting Slide
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