What’s New to PowerPoint Savannah Stevenson Tim Mayes
New EditionsThe ability to…1. Work with separate PowerPoint presentation files in different windows2. Merge and compare presentations3. Edit and view from your phone4. Trim an audio or video clip5. Apply artistic textures and effects to your pictures6. Remove the background and other unwanted portions of a picture7. Copy and paste animated effects from one object to another8. Make your presentations portable for sharing9. Turn your mouse into a laser pointer10. Turn your presentation into a video
Number 9…Laser Pointer1) Go to the Slideshow tab and click on one of the Start Slide Show icons.2) Start the slideshow by selecting one of these icons3) Press and hold ctrl and click the left mouse button.
To change the color of the laser pointer…1) Click Set Up Slideshow in the Setup group on the Slideshow tab2) Select the color that you want from the Laser Pointer list in the Set Up Show dialog box, under Show Options and click OK.
Number 5…Artistic Effects1) Click the picture that you want to apply an artistic effect to.2) Under Picture Tools, on the Format tab, in the Adjust group, click Artistic Effects.3) Click the artistic effect that you want to apply
Number 6…Remove the Background1. Click the picture that you want to remove the background from.2. Under Picture Tools, on the Format tab, in the Adjust group, click Background Removal.
Number 4…Trim an Audio Clip1) Select the audio clip, then The end of the clip, click the press Play. end point and drag the arrow2) Under Audio Tools, on the to the desired ending position Playback tab, in the Editing for the audio clip. group, click Trim Audio.3) To trim…The beginning of the clip, clickthe start point and drag thearrow to the desired startingposition for the audio clip.
Number 10…Turning Your Presentation Into a Video1. Create your presentation in PowerPoint and save it.2. Click Save and Send on the File menu.3. Under Save and Send, click Create a Video.
Number 10…Turning Your Presentation Into a Video
Number 1…Work With Separate PresentationsYou can run multiple presentations on a singlemonitor, side-by-side. Your presentations are notbound by a main or parent window any longer, soyou now have a great way to reference onepresentation while working on another.Also, you can use the new Reading view to showtwo presentations in a slide show in separatelymanaged windows simultaneously, with fullanimation effects and full media support.
Number 2…Merge and Compare1) In PowerPoint 2010, open the presentation that is stored on the server.2) On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click Normal to view your presentation in Normal view.
Number 2…Merge and Compare 3) In the left pane thatcontains the Outline andSlides tabs, on the Slides tab, asmall icon appears on thelower-right corner of the slidethumbnail that indicates thata co-author is making changesto that slide. Click the icon tosee the name of the co-author
Number 3…Edit from Phone• If you have a windows phone you can download the PowerPoint app and make changes to your presentation.
Number 7…Copy and Paste1) Select the object with want to copy the the animations that you animations. want to copy.2) On the Animations tab, in the Advanced Animation group, click Animation Painter.3) On the slide, click the object to which you
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