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Finkelstein Memorial Library Spring Valley, New York Creating A Basic PowerPoint  Presentation
What is PowerPoint? PowerPoint is computer software designed for creating an  interesting   presentation in front of an audience. You can create: computer presentations and handouts printed materials 35 mm slides web pages
PowerPoint is  Extremely Popular! PowerPoint is the world's most popular tool for presenting information.  There are over 500 million copies in circulation. Many jobs require a knowledge of PowerPoint US Military uses heavily NASA Presentation before Challenger Accident. (too much detail)
When to Use PowerPoint Sales presentation Training Event Motivational Speech or Sermon Personal Messages—weddings, retirement dinners, Bar Mitzvahs, birthdays, etc.
Who Uses PowerPoint most? Small business owners and professionals (doctors, dentists, lawyers, etc.) for competitive advantage. Educators and students who want to communicate more effectively in the classroom. Religious leaders who want to inspire their congregations. Individuals with personal messages
Consequences of a Poor Presentation Lose the sale or account Fail to inform or inspire Lose credibility with colleagues and associates.
The Television Generation People are familiar television and now the Internet. They want “sound bites” & graphics.
Most People Remember: 20 percent of what they hear. 30 percent of what they see. 50 percent of what they SEE AND HEAR.
Multimedia Teenagers and college-age young adults prefer music, videos, the web, print and more, often all at the same time.
Salt and Pepper PowerPoint  is like salt and pepper on  food; its use can enhance a lecture tenfold, but its overuse can destroy the whole thing.
PowerPoint is found in many Microsoft Office packages
There are 5 Versions: PowerPoint 97 —outdated PowerPoint 2000 PowerPoint XP (2002) PowerPoint  2003 PowerPoint Vista 2007
Using PowerPoint vocabulary  Slides:  An individual screen in a slide show.  Presentation Files:  The file you save to disk that contains all the slides, speaker's notes, handouts, etc. that make up your presentation.  Objects:  Any element that appears on a PowerPoint slide, such as clip art, text, drawings, charts, sounds, and video clips. You can refer to a clip art object, a text object, a title object, a drawing object, etc.
Presentations Might Include: text Links to Websites pictures sound graphs video tables animation Clip art Data from other programs; Excel, Word, Access, etc.
What PowerPoint Is Not: A graphic design package.  It’s not well-suited for drawing pictures. (Use Adobe Illustrator). A publication designer.  It’s not well-suited for designing brochures, newsletters, or handouts. (Use Microsoft Publisher). A word-processor.  It’s poorly suited for producing text-rich documents.  (Use Microsoft Word) A webpage design tool. (Use MS Front Page)
PowerPoint Criticisms Its simple outline structure can overemphasize some ideas or options and conceal others, and the graphic presentation of data can impede understanding.  Deceptively simple
Goal of this class: To get an overview of the PowerPoint program but… “ If you don’t use it;  you’ll lose it”
Constraints of today’s Class We cannot save to the hard drive We cannot download from the web We cannot take the time to focus on  creating effective text We have limited clip art files We cannot upload files to the web We cannot cover every feature
Topics We Will Cover Plan your presentation before beginning Get oriented to the PowerPoint screens Basics: how to open, create and edit a PowerPoint Presentation using a template or a slide design Text editing & formatting How to insert pictures, videos and sounds  How to use slide transitions, rearrange slides, modify layout, change your pointing device Using “Masters” as templates Set up a show and print slides or handouts Create a quick photo album Save Your Presentation
The Thinking Process What do I want to accomplish?  Who is my audience?  What are the key ideas that I must communicate?  How can I best tell my story?
Thinking Process 5.  How will my presentation be shown?   Think through the practical issues—where and how you'll be delivering the presentation. Know the room in which you'll be presenting, how big your audience might be, what kind of handouts you'll need, and so on. Thinking your presentation through before you begin will help you make the right choices as you pull everything together.  6. How should I sequence my slides and get the best flow of information?   7. What effects would make the presentation most effective? (slide transitions, animations, etc.)  Start with the end in mind.
How to Open PowerPoint Shortcut from the desktop. Choose Start Programs PowerPoint
Get familiar with PowerPoint Views Normal View – which is the default view you see here Slide Sorter View – lets you see all the slides in your presentation Notes View – lets you add personal notes to go with each slide
Slide  Work with one slide at a time, add or change text and graphics, or draw shapes.  Outline  Work with only the slide title and traditional outline form.  Slide Sorter  Display miniature versions of all slides, including texts and graphics Use this view to change the order slides, add transitions, and set timings for electronic slide shows.  Notes Pages  Create speaker's notes for each slide.  Slide Show   Display your presentation as an on-screen electronic slide show.
Views in bottom left of screen
Choosing a New Presentation If You… Choose… Need help with content and design (no clue how to begin) New from AutoContent Wizard Have content but need help with design From Design Template Have design and content in mind New/Blank Presentation Want to create from a similar presentation New from existing presentation
Creating a New Presentation AutoContent Wizard - takes you through the creation of a simple presentation step by step.  Design Template - PowerPoint provides many templates that you can choose from. The templates are created by professional artists and offer design choices in black and white as well as in color.  Blank Presentation - this option allows you to select slides and format them individually.
Using the AutoContent Wizard If you're not confident writing the text for the presentation (especially if you've never created one before), let PowerPoint give you a hand.  The AutoContent Wizard offers different presentation types with ideas for content that you can replace with your own. Choose AutoContent Wizard from the task pane
The Template Provides What does the template provide you with? A default: Background Font Choice Bullet Color And Size Heading Size And Bullet Size For Five Headings Deep Five is as far as it goes
Use a design template. If you're not sure of your design abilities, choose a look from the design templates in PowerPoint to base your presentation on a tried-and-true, professional design. In the  New Presentation  task pane, click  From Design Templates . The variety of designs available in PowerPoint ranges from smooth professional to bright casual. Whether you're presenting to your sales staff or a national convention of herb gardeners, you're likely to find a look that fits.
To apply a Design Template Choose  Format --> Slide Design . On the right side of the screen, choose the design template you want by clicking it. You can click through a number of templates to see which one you like. The design template will be applied to all the slides in your slide show. Once you have a basic design, you can customize it by choosing the  Format --> Background  menu option or   the  Color Schemes  link at the top of the  Slide Design  bar (on the right side of the screen). Backgrounds and color schemes can be applied to all slides or selected slides.
Find Slide Design Templates http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CT101172621033.aspx
Opening and Saving Presentations Select  File>Open.  Then select file location Or select file folder icon To Save select  File>Save  or  File>Save As  Or select save icon
Save Early, Save Often Save your presentation every time you stop to think.  Don’t let a sudden power-failure cost you work. Don’t depend on the auto-save feature.  After selecting a template is a good time to save. Name your presentation a simple, short name.
Editing Slides Changing fonts and font size Aligning text Spell check Changing colors Undo Picture tool bar Inserting a slide Viewing a presentation
Working with Outlines left-side of the page comprised of titles and body text of each slide. Use special outlining buttons
Use the Outline view  to write content quickly. Sometimes tackling both the look and the content at once is a bit overwhelming. Why not try getting your thoughts down in the Outline view quickly and then build from there?
An Image can tell a story…
… or just grab your attention
Use images to build tension A picture can be  worth more than one thousand words.
Inserting Images To insert clipart you can go to the main menu bar and select  insert>picture>clipart To insert pictures or other graphics  from your computer select insert>picture> from file
Inserting Pictures from a file Move to the slide you want to add the picture. Choose Insert Picture From File http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/default.aspx
Present your data  in a chart.  There are different chart types (in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional views), but you can also create flowcharts and more using the diagramming features in PowerPoint.  Note: Excel is better for charts!
Inserting Charts and Diagrams To find the commands you need for both charts and diagrams, on the  Insert  menu, click either  Diagram  or  Chart .  You Me Everyone Else
Insert a New Slide; Slide Layout
Inserting Sounds Choose Insert  Movies and Sound  Sound from Clip Organizer
Inserting Movies Choose Insert  Movies from file
Creating Hyperlinks  Insert Hyperlink Choose from a file or the web Finkelstein Memorial Library Home Page
Adding Transitions to  Your Slide Show  A transition refers to the way one slide moves off the screen and the next slide appears. When you set your transitions, you can also set how long you want each slide to appear on the screen.
Slide Transitions Slide Show Slide Transitions Apply to Selected slides or to all slides Apply Transitions Apply Speed Apply Sounds
Printing Slides or Handouts On the  File  menu, click  Print   Choose Slides or Handouts or Notes Choose Color or Grayscale To set headers and footers, in Print Preview, click the arrow on the  Options  button, and then click  Header and Footer
Email Your Presentation  Choose File Send To: Mail Recipient
  Save to the    World Wide Web This is easier to do than it sounds. PowerPoint enables you to turn your presentation into a ready-made Web page. On the  File  menu, click  Save As .  In the  Save as type  list, click  Web Page .  Click  Save .
Photo Album Feature Great Time Saver Allows you to insert multiple pictures quickly to create slide shows To create Photo Album to:  insert>picture> new photo album
  Photo Album— Add Sounds Insert Movies and Sound  Insert Sound from a file  (right click) Choose “Custom Animation” Choose “Effect Options” Continue playing sound until after last slide
Slideshow on a CD You can create a slide show of your photos, then burn it on a CD so that it starts up automatically. Just go to the File menu and choose Package for CD. Click Add Files, locate the slide show on your hard drive, click Add, then click Copy to CD.
Free PowerPoint Viewer To open a PowerPoint slide show you need either a copy of PowerPoint itself or a small program called PowerPoint Viewer. The PowerPoint Viewer is a free download from Microsoft's Web site.  To download the viewer, go to Microsoft's Download Center:  www.microsoft.com/downloads   and click on "Office and Home Applications."
Run Your Show Automatically On the  Slide Show  menu, click  Rehearse Timings . Set a comfortable pace for the slides to progress to the finish. On the  Slide Show  menu, click  Set Up Show .  In the  Set Up Show  dialog box, click the  Browsed at a kiosk (full screen)  check box. This setting also restricts users from changing your presentation. Click  OK .  Click the  Slide   Show  button in the lower left of the PowerPoint window to preview the changes you have made to the sample presentation.
The Slide Master is the model for the slides in your presentation. When you want to make a global change to the look of your slides, you don't have to change each slide individually. Just make the change on the Slide Master, and PowerPoint will automatically update the existing slides and apply the changes to any new slides you add.  For example, if you change the color of the title text on the master to blue, title text on existing and new slides will be changed to blue automatically.  If you add a graphic to the Slide Master, that graphic will appear on every slide. If you add information to the header and/or footer on the Slide Master, it will appear on every slide.
Working with Masters Title Master Slide Master Handout Master Notes Master
Modifying the Slide Master Go to  V iew ,  M aster ,  S lide Master .  Make the changes you want, and they will affect all the slides.  Note : Remember that changes you make to individual slides override the Slide Master.
Modifying the Slide Master Choose View Master Slide Master Formatting changes affect all slides Add headers and footers, etc.
Slide Masters  A PowerPoint  Slide Master  contains objects that you want to appear on each slide in your presentation.  With a Slide Master, you only have to create an item once and PowerPoint will automatically include it on every slide. You can move objects around, add art, add headings or labels, change colors and fonts.    Choose:  View   Master
Make sure you are viewing the Slide Master. Go to  V iew ,  H eader and Footer…  (do NOT try to type directly into the Header and Footer areas on the Slide Master).Select the information you would like to include on every slide, and click  Appl y  to All .
Add a Logo in Master View Choose View Master   SlideMaster Choose Insert Picture ClipArt Drag a logo into the Master View View Normal
Add Action Buttons On the  View  menu, point to  Master , and then click  Slide Master .  On the  Slide Show  menu, point to  Action Buttons , and click  Action Button: Back or Previous . Click where you want the button to appear on the master, and then in the  Action Settings  dialog box, click  OK . This button will allow the visitor to view the previous slide in the presentation.  On the  Slide Show  menu, point to  Action Buttons , and then click  Action Button: Forward or Next . Click where you want this button to appear on the master, and then in the  Action Settings  dialog box, click  OK . This button will allow the visitor to view the next slide in the presentation.  On the  Slide Master View  toolbar, click  Close Master View .
Control Your Pointer
Keyboard Shortcuts
Remember! PowerPoint is fun!
Now It’s Your Turn!
Practice, practice, practice PowerPoint is a great help—and almost a cure—for presentation jitters. By relying on the program's professional look, the content prompts, and the help it gives you along the way, you can create an impressive presentation even if it's your first time out.
PowerPoint Interface If you have used other Microsoft products you will notice familiar toolbars and menu functions in PowerPoint though some are specific only to PowerPoint. In the upper left of the main screen, you will notice outline and slide tabs. The Outline tab shows an outline of the presentation, including titles and text of each slide  The Slide tab shows a column of numbered slide thumbnails, enabling you to view several slides at the same time
PowerPoint Views In Normal View, you can display up to three panes in addition to the Outline or Slide tab: -The Slide Pane  shows the current slide -The Notes Pane  contains notes you might prepare for slides  -The Task Pane  lets you quickly select tasks to work on
Create your own template for repeated presentations If you're creating the same presentation over and over again—or at least updating one you use regularly—you can turn your presentation into a template that you or others can use quickly. A template saves all the settings you've selected—background images, color scheme, font selections, and so on—and ensures that the presentations you create based on that template all have the same elements in common. This is great if you have a company wide look that you want all your departments to adhere to. To turn a presentation into a template: On the File menu click  Save As .  In the  Save as type  list, click  Design Template .  Name the file and click  Save .
Creating a Presentation (from the Task Pane) You can use the auto content wizard.  This is the easiest method since it helps format the presentation for you. It helps you organize your thoughts. PowerPoint also allows you to choose from design templates to create your presentation. You can start with blank template. This takes more planning and work since you are starting from scratch.
Handout Master PowerPoint allows you to automatically create printable handout slides to accompany your presentation.  You can select different sizes for your slides to display on the printed handouts
Auto Content Wizard Wizards help you create presentations by first asking you a series of questions about what you want to accomplish and then creating a presentation based on your answers.  The AutoContent Wizard lets you choose the type of presentation you want to create. PowerPoint provides a number of presentation categories from which you can choose a specific type. Once you've selected a presentation type from one of the categories, the AutoContent Wizard creates a general outline for you to follow, and formats the slides using a design template.  You can easily modify the content.
Create a blank presentation
Graphic File Formats Jpg  –ok for PP, small files, 24 bit (16 million colors), recommended for photos Bmp  –windows bitmap, ok for PP, very big files Gif  –ok for PP, loses info as only 256 colors max compressed, very small files, not recommended for photos. Png  –portable network graphic, best for PP, retains all information, small file size Tiff  –tagged image file format, not recommended for PP, very large files, high quality more suitable for printouts like photos.

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Zekepowerpoint

  • 1. Finkelstein Memorial Library Spring Valley, New York Creating A Basic PowerPoint Presentation
  • 2. What is PowerPoint? PowerPoint is computer software designed for creating an interesting presentation in front of an audience. You can create: computer presentations and handouts printed materials 35 mm slides web pages
  • 3. PowerPoint is Extremely Popular! PowerPoint is the world's most popular tool for presenting information. There are over 500 million copies in circulation. Many jobs require a knowledge of PowerPoint US Military uses heavily NASA Presentation before Challenger Accident. (too much detail)
  • 4. When to Use PowerPoint Sales presentation Training Event Motivational Speech or Sermon Personal Messages—weddings, retirement dinners, Bar Mitzvahs, birthdays, etc.
  • 5. Who Uses PowerPoint most? Small business owners and professionals (doctors, dentists, lawyers, etc.) for competitive advantage. Educators and students who want to communicate more effectively in the classroom. Religious leaders who want to inspire their congregations. Individuals with personal messages
  • 6. Consequences of a Poor Presentation Lose the sale or account Fail to inform or inspire Lose credibility with colleagues and associates.
  • 7. The Television Generation People are familiar television and now the Internet. They want “sound bites” & graphics.
  • 8. Most People Remember: 20 percent of what they hear. 30 percent of what they see. 50 percent of what they SEE AND HEAR.
  • 9. Multimedia Teenagers and college-age young adults prefer music, videos, the web, print and more, often all at the same time.
  • 10. Salt and Pepper PowerPoint is like salt and pepper on food; its use can enhance a lecture tenfold, but its overuse can destroy the whole thing.
  • 11. PowerPoint is found in many Microsoft Office packages
  • 12. There are 5 Versions: PowerPoint 97 —outdated PowerPoint 2000 PowerPoint XP (2002) PowerPoint 2003 PowerPoint Vista 2007
  • 13. Using PowerPoint vocabulary Slides: An individual screen in a slide show. Presentation Files: The file you save to disk that contains all the slides, speaker's notes, handouts, etc. that make up your presentation. Objects: Any element that appears on a PowerPoint slide, such as clip art, text, drawings, charts, sounds, and video clips. You can refer to a clip art object, a text object, a title object, a drawing object, etc.
  • 14. Presentations Might Include: text Links to Websites pictures sound graphs video tables animation Clip art Data from other programs; Excel, Word, Access, etc.
  • 15. What PowerPoint Is Not: A graphic design package. It’s not well-suited for drawing pictures. (Use Adobe Illustrator). A publication designer. It’s not well-suited for designing brochures, newsletters, or handouts. (Use Microsoft Publisher). A word-processor. It’s poorly suited for producing text-rich documents. (Use Microsoft Word) A webpage design tool. (Use MS Front Page)
  • 16. PowerPoint Criticisms Its simple outline structure can overemphasize some ideas or options and conceal others, and the graphic presentation of data can impede understanding. Deceptively simple
  • 17. Goal of this class: To get an overview of the PowerPoint program but… “ If you don’t use it; you’ll lose it”
  • 18. Constraints of today’s Class We cannot save to the hard drive We cannot download from the web We cannot take the time to focus on creating effective text We have limited clip art files We cannot upload files to the web We cannot cover every feature
  • 19. Topics We Will Cover Plan your presentation before beginning Get oriented to the PowerPoint screens Basics: how to open, create and edit a PowerPoint Presentation using a template or a slide design Text editing & formatting How to insert pictures, videos and sounds How to use slide transitions, rearrange slides, modify layout, change your pointing device Using “Masters” as templates Set up a show and print slides or handouts Create a quick photo album Save Your Presentation
  • 20. The Thinking Process What do I want to accomplish? Who is my audience? What are the key ideas that I must communicate? How can I best tell my story?
  • 21. Thinking Process 5. How will my presentation be shown? Think through the practical issues—where and how you'll be delivering the presentation. Know the room in which you'll be presenting, how big your audience might be, what kind of handouts you'll need, and so on. Thinking your presentation through before you begin will help you make the right choices as you pull everything together. 6. How should I sequence my slides and get the best flow of information? 7. What effects would make the presentation most effective? (slide transitions, animations, etc.) Start with the end in mind.
  • 22. How to Open PowerPoint Shortcut from the desktop. Choose Start Programs PowerPoint
  • 23. Get familiar with PowerPoint Views Normal View – which is the default view you see here Slide Sorter View – lets you see all the slides in your presentation Notes View – lets you add personal notes to go with each slide
  • 24. Slide Work with one slide at a time, add or change text and graphics, or draw shapes. Outline Work with only the slide title and traditional outline form. Slide Sorter Display miniature versions of all slides, including texts and graphics Use this view to change the order slides, add transitions, and set timings for electronic slide shows. Notes Pages Create speaker's notes for each slide. Slide Show Display your presentation as an on-screen electronic slide show.
  • 25. Views in bottom left of screen
  • 26. Choosing a New Presentation If You… Choose… Need help with content and design (no clue how to begin) New from AutoContent Wizard Have content but need help with design From Design Template Have design and content in mind New/Blank Presentation Want to create from a similar presentation New from existing presentation
  • 27. Creating a New Presentation AutoContent Wizard - takes you through the creation of a simple presentation step by step. Design Template - PowerPoint provides many templates that you can choose from. The templates are created by professional artists and offer design choices in black and white as well as in color. Blank Presentation - this option allows you to select slides and format them individually.
  • 28. Using the AutoContent Wizard If you're not confident writing the text for the presentation (especially if you've never created one before), let PowerPoint give you a hand. The AutoContent Wizard offers different presentation types with ideas for content that you can replace with your own. Choose AutoContent Wizard from the task pane
  • 29. The Template Provides What does the template provide you with? A default: Background Font Choice Bullet Color And Size Heading Size And Bullet Size For Five Headings Deep Five is as far as it goes
  • 30. Use a design template. If you're not sure of your design abilities, choose a look from the design templates in PowerPoint to base your presentation on a tried-and-true, professional design. In the New Presentation task pane, click From Design Templates . The variety of designs available in PowerPoint ranges from smooth professional to bright casual. Whether you're presenting to your sales staff or a national convention of herb gardeners, you're likely to find a look that fits.
  • 31. To apply a Design Template Choose Format --> Slide Design . On the right side of the screen, choose the design template you want by clicking it. You can click through a number of templates to see which one you like. The design template will be applied to all the slides in your slide show. Once you have a basic design, you can customize it by choosing the Format --> Background menu option or the Color Schemes link at the top of the Slide Design bar (on the right side of the screen). Backgrounds and color schemes can be applied to all slides or selected slides.
  • 32. Find Slide Design Templates http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CT101172621033.aspx
  • 33. Opening and Saving Presentations Select File>Open. Then select file location Or select file folder icon To Save select File>Save or File>Save As Or select save icon
  • 34. Save Early, Save Often Save your presentation every time you stop to think. Don’t let a sudden power-failure cost you work. Don’t depend on the auto-save feature. After selecting a template is a good time to save. Name your presentation a simple, short name.
  • 35. Editing Slides Changing fonts and font size Aligning text Spell check Changing colors Undo Picture tool bar Inserting a slide Viewing a presentation
  • 36. Working with Outlines left-side of the page comprised of titles and body text of each slide. Use special outlining buttons
  • 37. Use the Outline view to write content quickly. Sometimes tackling both the look and the content at once is a bit overwhelming. Why not try getting your thoughts down in the Outline view quickly and then build from there?
  • 38. An Image can tell a story…
  • 39. … or just grab your attention
  • 40. Use images to build tension A picture can be worth more than one thousand words.
  • 41. Inserting Images To insert clipart you can go to the main menu bar and select insert>picture>clipart To insert pictures or other graphics from your computer select insert>picture> from file
  • 42. Inserting Pictures from a file Move to the slide you want to add the picture. Choose Insert Picture From File http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/default.aspx
  • 43. Present your data in a chart. There are different chart types (in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional views), but you can also create flowcharts and more using the diagramming features in PowerPoint. Note: Excel is better for charts!
  • 44. Inserting Charts and Diagrams To find the commands you need for both charts and diagrams, on the Insert menu, click either Diagram or Chart . You Me Everyone Else
  • 45. Insert a New Slide; Slide Layout
  • 46. Inserting Sounds Choose Insert Movies and Sound Sound from Clip Organizer
  • 47. Inserting Movies Choose Insert Movies from file
  • 48. Creating Hyperlinks Insert Hyperlink Choose from a file or the web Finkelstein Memorial Library Home Page
  • 49. Adding Transitions to Your Slide Show A transition refers to the way one slide moves off the screen and the next slide appears. When you set your transitions, you can also set how long you want each slide to appear on the screen.
  • 50. Slide Transitions Slide Show Slide Transitions Apply to Selected slides or to all slides Apply Transitions Apply Speed Apply Sounds
  • 51. Printing Slides or Handouts On the File menu, click Print Choose Slides or Handouts or Notes Choose Color or Grayscale To set headers and footers, in Print Preview, click the arrow on the Options button, and then click Header and Footer
  • 52. Email Your Presentation Choose File Send To: Mail Recipient
  • 53. Save to the World Wide Web This is easier to do than it sounds. PowerPoint enables you to turn your presentation into a ready-made Web page. On the File menu, click Save As . In the Save as type list, click Web Page . Click Save .
  • 54. Photo Album Feature Great Time Saver Allows you to insert multiple pictures quickly to create slide shows To create Photo Album to: insert>picture> new photo album
  • 55. Photo Album— Add Sounds Insert Movies and Sound Insert Sound from a file (right click) Choose “Custom Animation” Choose “Effect Options” Continue playing sound until after last slide
  • 56. Slideshow on a CD You can create a slide show of your photos, then burn it on a CD so that it starts up automatically. Just go to the File menu and choose Package for CD. Click Add Files, locate the slide show on your hard drive, click Add, then click Copy to CD.
  • 57. Free PowerPoint Viewer To open a PowerPoint slide show you need either a copy of PowerPoint itself or a small program called PowerPoint Viewer. The PowerPoint Viewer is a free download from Microsoft's Web site. To download the viewer, go to Microsoft's Download Center: www.microsoft.com/downloads and click on "Office and Home Applications."
  • 58. Run Your Show Automatically On the Slide Show menu, click Rehearse Timings . Set a comfortable pace for the slides to progress to the finish. On the Slide Show menu, click Set Up Show . In the Set Up Show dialog box, click the Browsed at a kiosk (full screen) check box. This setting also restricts users from changing your presentation. Click OK . Click the Slide Show button in the lower left of the PowerPoint window to preview the changes you have made to the sample presentation.
  • 59. The Slide Master is the model for the slides in your presentation. When you want to make a global change to the look of your slides, you don't have to change each slide individually. Just make the change on the Slide Master, and PowerPoint will automatically update the existing slides and apply the changes to any new slides you add. For example, if you change the color of the title text on the master to blue, title text on existing and new slides will be changed to blue automatically. If you add a graphic to the Slide Master, that graphic will appear on every slide. If you add information to the header and/or footer on the Slide Master, it will appear on every slide.
  • 60. Working with Masters Title Master Slide Master Handout Master Notes Master
  • 61. Modifying the Slide Master Go to V iew , M aster , S lide Master . Make the changes you want, and they will affect all the slides. Note : Remember that changes you make to individual slides override the Slide Master.
  • 62. Modifying the Slide Master Choose View Master Slide Master Formatting changes affect all slides Add headers and footers, etc.
  • 63. Slide Masters A PowerPoint Slide Master contains objects that you want to appear on each slide in your presentation. With a Slide Master, you only have to create an item once and PowerPoint will automatically include it on every slide. You can move objects around, add art, add headings or labels, change colors and fonts. Choose: View Master
  • 64. Make sure you are viewing the Slide Master. Go to V iew , H eader and Footer… (do NOT try to type directly into the Header and Footer areas on the Slide Master).Select the information you would like to include on every slide, and click Appl y to All .
  • 65. Add a Logo in Master View Choose View Master SlideMaster Choose Insert Picture ClipArt Drag a logo into the Master View View Normal
  • 66. Add Action Buttons On the View menu, point to Master , and then click Slide Master . On the Slide Show menu, point to Action Buttons , and click Action Button: Back or Previous . Click where you want the button to appear on the master, and then in the Action Settings dialog box, click OK . This button will allow the visitor to view the previous slide in the presentation. On the Slide Show menu, point to Action Buttons , and then click Action Button: Forward or Next . Click where you want this button to appear on the master, and then in the Action Settings dialog box, click OK . This button will allow the visitor to view the next slide in the presentation. On the Slide Master View toolbar, click Close Master View .
  • 71. Practice, practice, practice PowerPoint is a great help—and almost a cure—for presentation jitters. By relying on the program's professional look, the content prompts, and the help it gives you along the way, you can create an impressive presentation even if it's your first time out.
  • 72. PowerPoint Interface If you have used other Microsoft products you will notice familiar toolbars and menu functions in PowerPoint though some are specific only to PowerPoint. In the upper left of the main screen, you will notice outline and slide tabs. The Outline tab shows an outline of the presentation, including titles and text of each slide The Slide tab shows a column of numbered slide thumbnails, enabling you to view several slides at the same time
  • 73. PowerPoint Views In Normal View, you can display up to three panes in addition to the Outline or Slide tab: -The Slide Pane shows the current slide -The Notes Pane contains notes you might prepare for slides -The Task Pane lets you quickly select tasks to work on
  • 74. Create your own template for repeated presentations If you're creating the same presentation over and over again—or at least updating one you use regularly—you can turn your presentation into a template that you or others can use quickly. A template saves all the settings you've selected—background images, color scheme, font selections, and so on—and ensures that the presentations you create based on that template all have the same elements in common. This is great if you have a company wide look that you want all your departments to adhere to. To turn a presentation into a template: On the File menu click Save As . In the Save as type list, click Design Template . Name the file and click Save .
  • 75. Creating a Presentation (from the Task Pane) You can use the auto content wizard. This is the easiest method since it helps format the presentation for you. It helps you organize your thoughts. PowerPoint also allows you to choose from design templates to create your presentation. You can start with blank template. This takes more planning and work since you are starting from scratch.
  • 76. Handout Master PowerPoint allows you to automatically create printable handout slides to accompany your presentation. You can select different sizes for your slides to display on the printed handouts
  • 77. Auto Content Wizard Wizards help you create presentations by first asking you a series of questions about what you want to accomplish and then creating a presentation based on your answers. The AutoContent Wizard lets you choose the type of presentation you want to create. PowerPoint provides a number of presentation categories from which you can choose a specific type. Once you've selected a presentation type from one of the categories, the AutoContent Wizard creates a general outline for you to follow, and formats the slides using a design template. You can easily modify the content.
  • 78. Create a blank presentation
  • 79. Graphic File Formats Jpg –ok for PP, small files, 24 bit (16 million colors), recommended for photos Bmp –windows bitmap, ok for PP, very big files Gif –ok for PP, loses info as only 256 colors max compressed, very small files, not recommended for photos. Png –portable network graphic, best for PP, retains all information, small file size Tiff –tagged image file format, not recommended for PP, very large files, high quality more suitable for printouts like photos.

Editor's Notes

  1. Nasa Example to follow
  2. You need to be clear about what you’re doing and where you’re going.
  3. Go to normal view
  4. Make them save.
  5. check the views