Presentation on theme: "3 Ws to Create a Good Slides What is it about When does it take place Where does it take place See notes below each slide to get ideas."— Presentation transcript:
3 Ws to Create a Good Slides What is it about When does it take place Where does it take place See notes below each slide to get ideas.
IT Helpdesk Check-Out Items Stop by the IT Helpdesk Room 1719 with your student ID and you can check out many technology items. Available Items Laptop Graphing Calculator Camera Video Recorder Audio Recorder External Hard Drive
Meetings: Thursdays at noon in room 1851 STOP IN! Cyclone s Muse Student literary/arts magazine Now seeking submissions and editorial staff and editorial staff Who: Open to currently enrolled UWFox students only. What: Up to 5 poems or pieces of artwork (photography, digital art, or photos of other artwork), or a single short story, flash fiction story, play, or non-fiction (10 pages maximum from any writer per issue, 12 point, double spaced). How: Written Work must be submitted electronically from your UWFox account in the body of an email. Art submissions must be captured and saved as a JPEG file with the title of the work as the file name and attached to an email. When: Our deadline is Friday, November 19. Send your submissions or questions to: FOXemail@example.com
Other notes… If youd like the HelpDesk to design your slide, please submit your request to Fox- HelpDesk@uwc.edu.Fox- HelpDesk@uwc.edu When finished making your slide in PowerPoint, you can save the slide as an image by clicking the Office button, and clicking "Save As". In the Save As dialogue, there will be an option "Save as type:" directly beneath the "File name" field. Select "JPEG File Interchange Format (*.jpg)". Name and hit "Save". A box will come up asking if you'd like to save every slide as separate.JPGs, or just the current slide. Select which option you need, and they will be saved as.JPG images.