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Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 COD12 Computer Literacy for Teachers Presentation Software
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Presentation Software Presentation software provides all often tools you need for combining text, graphics, animation and sound into a series of electronic slides. You can display the slides on a monitor for one-to-one presentation or use a computer projector device for group presentation
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 What is PowerPoint PowerPoint is one of the most useful and easy Applications for making audio- visual presentations. It is a Presentation package that can be used to produce with ease a series of slides or overhead transparencies. Graphics, charts, animation and movies can be introduced in presentations.
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Different Types of Presentations On-screen presentations – With your computer, you can use the animation features of Power Point. You can use sounds, animation and movies. Overhead transparencies – You can print your slides as black-and-white or colour transparencies
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Different Types of Presentations Paper printouts – You can print your slides on paper in black-and-white or colour Notes, handouts and outlines – You can give the audience notes or speaker notes of your presentation Presentations on the Web – PowerPoint allows you to design presentations specifically for Web.
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Creating a PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint dialog box offers 4 ways to start creating a presentation: Using the AutoContent Wizard Using a Design Template Using a Blank Slide Open an Existing Presentation
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Design Templates Design templates contain colour schemes, slide and title masters with custom formatting When you apply a design template to your presentation, the new template replaces the slide master, title master, and colour scheme of the original presentation After you apply a design template, each slide has the same look
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Design templates in PowerPoint
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Building a Presentation using Auto Layout slides PowerPoint offers about 24 types of Auto Layout slides to choose from the New Slides dialog box It offers a combination of text, pictures, charts, tables, organization charts and other objects
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Modifying the Impacts of Slides Adding design elements to your slides can enhance the presentation PowerPoint offers many design options: Adding objects Adding graphical bullets Using animation Inserting sound and video Creating transitions
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Adding Objects using Insert Menu
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 The ClipArt Gallery Clip Art Gallery is like a library of pictures Insert ClipArt dialog box has several options for pictures The picture clips are arranged in categories to make it easy to select desired clip from the category
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Pictures from Clip Art Gallery
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Inserting Tables Statistical data can be displayed in slides using the Insert Tables options from Insert menu This produces the Insert Table dialog box
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Inserting Charts Microsoft Office allows you to create charts using either MS Excel. If you have a graph in Excel, you can copy it and link it to your presentation slide A graph can also be created using Insert menu & selecting the Chart option
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Graphical Bullets PowerPoint offers several Graphical bullet options from the Characters & Picture buttons in the Bullets & Numbering dialog box Every Font selected offers different Character bullet options Picture bullets can be created from Picture files
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Transitions Transitions are special effects used to present a slide in an electronic show Transitions can be used to set the way each slide appears on the screen The speed of a transition can also be varied
Lecture 7, Term 3 - 2007 Animations Animations are special sound or visual effects added to text or objects on a slide. For example a slide may first appear on screen with only Title displayed. Each bulleted point can appear one after another gradually on the slide.