Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 for Microsoft Windows Slides

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This HIBB begins with explaining the basics of Microsoft PowerPoint, including how to start a new presentation, open an existing presentation, and save a presentation. It discusses the Ribbon toolbar and how to use it. The HIBB gives the viewer an introduction to many customizing options PowerPoint has available. The HIBB concludes with describing how to view outlines, print handouts, and view the slideshow.

At the end of this HIBB, students will be able to create a slideshow presentation with many customized features including but not limited to formatting fonts and pictures, inserting images, tables, and hyperlinks, and adding slide designs and transitions. Students will be able to view the slideshows they create and print the presentation handouts.

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Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 for Microsoft Windows Slides

  1. 1. Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 for Microsoft Windows Jessica Cote & Pete Hanke 2011 Indiana University Purdue University School of Informatics HIBBs is a program of the Global Health Informatics Partnership
  2. 2. What is PowerPoint? PowerPoint is a closed source commercial presentation program developed by Microsoft.
  3. 3. The Content We Will Cover
  4. 4. PowerPoint Ribbon During this presentation, we will refer to the PowerPoint “Ribbon” in terms of navigating the program. The Ribbon is the strip of buttons across the top of the main window. Users can access anything the program has to offer through the Ribbon.
  5. 5. Create a New Presentation Select “File” then “New” Shortcut: Hold the Control button, then press ‘N’ for “New”
  6. 6. Open an Existing Presentation Select “File” then “Open” Shortcut: Hold the Control button, then press ‘O’ for “Open”
  7. 7. Saving a Presentation Select “File” then “Save As” Shortcut: Press f12 to Save the file with a new name
  8. 8. Add a Slide Go to the “Home” ribbon and select the “New Slide” button Select the Slide Pane and press “Enter”
  9. 9. Insert Pictures from Files Go to the “Insert” ribbon then select “Picture” Locate the image file from the folder to where it is saved. Select “Insert” from the dialog box.
  10. 10. Insert Clip Art Go to the “Insert” ribbon then select “Clip Art” Enter search terms in Clip Art search pane on the right and select image.
  11. 11. Format Pictures To resize the image, click on the picture to surround the image with a blue box. Drag the corner dot away from the center to make it larger and toward the center to make it smaller.
  12. 12. Format Fonts Go to the “Home” ribbon then make changes to the font size and style of the text. This Home tab also allows you to change all aspects of the font size and style.
  13. 13. Insert a Header and Footer Go to “Insert” then “Header and Footer” This dialog box allows you to add a date and time on the slide.
  14. 14. Insert a Hyperlink Go to the “Insert” ribbon then hover over “Links” then select “Hyperlink” Copy and Paste the Link from the website into the “Link” box.
  15. 15. Insert Tables Go to the “Insert” ribbon then select “Table” Move the mouse over the table illustration to select the size of the table you would like to use.
  16. 16. Insert Charts Go to the “Insert” ribbon then select the “Chart” button. Option to choose from Area, Bar, Line, Pie and several other Chart Options.
  17. 17. Add a Slide Theme from Gallery Go to the “Design” ribbon Select a design theme from the Theme toolbar.
  18. 18. Slide Transitions Go to the “Transitions” ribbon Select desired Transition from toolbar
  19. 19. Rearrange Slides To move a slide, click on the slide thumbnail in the left column  Drag and drop the slide at the desired location. To move consecutive slides at one time, click and hold the Shift key as you select the slides you want to move.  Drag and drop the slides at the desired location.
  20. 20. Preview a Presentation Go to the “Slide Show” ribbon Select the point in the slide show that you would like to begin viewing.  From beginning  From current slide The shortcut key is F5
  21. 21. View Slides vs. Outlines The default view is Slides The second option is Outline view to show the slide show as outline notes
  22. 22. Print Handouts Select “File” then select “Print”  A dialog box appears that allows you to change the printer and select the number of copies to be printed. You can also select to print handouts of the slideshow.
  23. 23. Thanks for watching!this module was created for the IUPUI School of Informatics Computing for a Cause Course. HIBBs is a program of the Global Health Informatics Partnership
  24. 24. HIBBs is a program of the Global Health Informatics Partnership www.ghip.netThe work is provided under the terms of this Creative Commons Public License (“CCPL" or "license"). The work is protected by copyright and/or other applicable law. Any use of the work other than as authorized under this license or copyright law is prohibited.

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