Pointing Out The Powers Of Power Point


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Pointing Out The Powers Of Power Point

  1. 1. 近义词 指出 Poin ting out the Power B y: T . James o f Pow er Point
  2. 2. The PowerPoint Screen Some things you’ll see: Title Bar The Title bar displays the title of the current presentation. Menu You use the menu to give instructions to PowerPoint. Placeholders Placeholders hold the objects in your slide. You use placeholders to hold text, clip art, and charts. Task Pane The Task pane enables you to select the specific task you want to perform. View Buttons The View buttons appear near the bottom of the screen. You use the view buttons to change between Normal view, Slider Sorter view, and the Slide Show. Toolbars PowerPoint has several toolbars. Toolbars provide shortcuts to menu commands. The most commonly used toolbars are the Standard, Formatting, and Drawing toolbars. You use the Standard toolbar to do such things as open a file; save a file; print a file;etc. You use the Formatting toolbar to change the font, font size or font color; The Drawing toolbar contains tools for creating and editing graphics.
  3. 3. When Adding a New Slide... <ul><li>When adding slides, you need to use layouts to place your text and objects on the slide. If you want to draw your own objects or insert a picture that is going to take up the whole slide, use the Blank Slide option. </li></ul><ul><li>Use the Insert > New Slide or the New Slide button on your toolbar. Use the Task Pane to choose a layout. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Slide Sorter View <ul><li>Slide sorter view in PowerPoint is a window that displays thumbnail versions of all your slides, arranged in horizontal rows. This view is useful to make global changes to several slides at one time. Rearranging or deleting slides is easy to do in Slide Sorter view. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Changing your Background... Right-click on a blank area of the slide and choose Background from the shortcut menu. Alternatively, you can select Format > Background from the menu to bring up the Background Color dialog box. If your slideshow has ONE color...for EVERY slide...YES, it WILL get Boring... There’s nothing fun about watching one color... OVER and OVER again....
  6. 6. Getting Animated!! <ul><li>Animation refers to the movement and sound accompanying text or slides as they are introduced. Using animation with your bulleted lists and slides can often add excitement to your presentation by displaying text at crucial moments and making smooth transitions between topics. You can use preset animations or customize the animation to achieve the desired result. </li></ul>
  7. 7. <ul><li>Sounds of all sorts can be added to a PowerPoint . You may wish to play a track from a CD or insert a sound file into your presentation. Sound files can be chosen from the Microsoft Clip Organizer within the program, or a file that resides on your computer. Recording a sound or a narration to help illustrate the features on your slides, is also one of the options . </li></ul>Adding music to your presentation ...
  8. 8. PowerPoint Viewer <ul><ul><li>WARNING : You CANNOT make a PowerPoint off of this! </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>PowerPoint Viewer 2007 lets you view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions. This viewer also supports opening password-protected Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. You can view and print presentations, but you cannot edit them in the PowerPoint Viewer 2007. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>(Just view shows...Which is kinda stupid. Who would have a viewer without the program itself?) </li></ul></ul>
  9. 9. <ul><li>Ohh My Scoliosis!! </li></ul><ul><li>T.j. jus finish already!!!! </li></ul>
  10. 10. Slide Show Use the Slide Show view when you want to view your slides, as they will look in your final presentation. Yeah, so by the time we got to this slide, I’ve already been through the entire show, even though I’m now supposed to be showing you how to do it. Esc <ul><li>Returns you to the view you were using previously. </li></ul>Left-clicking <ul><li>Moves you to the next slide or animation effect. When you reach the last slide, you automatically return to your last view. </li></ul>Right-clicking <ul><li>Opens a pop up menu. You can use this menu to navigate the slides, add speaker notes, select a pointer, and mark your presentation. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Finally I Power Point to….. …The End !