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1 Chapter 1: Introduction to Presentations Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 11

2  Learn about the uses of presentation software  Look at the various parts of the presentation window  Move around within an existing presentation  Open and edit an existing presentation  Determine when to use Save and when to use Save As  Print a handout  Create a title slide  Add a design template to our presentation Spotlight on Presentations Chapter 1 2

3  Design theme  Outline pane  Presentation program  Quick Access Toolbar  Ribbon  Scroll bar Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 13  Slide  Slides pane  Status Bar  Title Bar  Title slide

4  The presentation program is software that acts like an electronic outline used to present information.  A slide is a screen in an electronic presentation program used to display information.  A title slide is generally the first slide of a presentation used to tell the title of the presentation and the author(s). Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 14

5  A Title Bar is the bar that runs across the top of the screen that lists the name of the presentation as well as the name of the program.  The Quick Access Toolbar is a mini toolbar found at the left side of the Title Bar containing shortcuts for common tasks.  The Ribbon is the row of tools and buttons found at the top of the screen that perform various formatting tasks.  The scroll bar is the sliding bar found along the right side of the screen that allow you to see other slides in a presentation.  The Status Bar is the bar at the bottom of the Microsoft PowerPoint window that displays the slide number, theme, layout options, and zoom slider. Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 15

6  When you open the file, you will see the title page of the presentation.  The only time you need to use the Save As option is when you want to change the name or location of a presentation and you still want to keep the original presentation intact. Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 16 Opening an Existing Presentation

7  Along the left side of the screen, there are two options to view our presentation: Slides view and Outline view. These two views can be selected by clicking the tab at the top of the pane.  The Slides pane is the method of viewing your slide show as miniature slides.  The Outline pane is the method of viewing your slide show as an outline with main points and sub-points bulleted. Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 17 Editing the Presentation

8  To view the slides, either use your Page Up or Page Down buttons or click on the mini slide numbers.  Press Enter to leave a blank line with a bullet Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 18 Adding Information to the Slides

9  Click the Office Button and Print.  You can choose to print the entire presentation with all slides, or you can create miniature slides with lines for note-taking called Handouts. Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 19 Printing Handouts

10  A blank title page appears.  Click where it says “Click to add title,” then add in your title.  Click where it says “Click to add subtitle,” and add in your subtitle. Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 110 Creating a New Presentation

11  A design theme is a preset background design with coordinating text.  You can also choose to customize the theme from the Design tab.  Click the Design tab to display the Ribbon.  Click the More button to display all available themes. Spotlight on PresentationsChapter 111 Changing the Design Theme

12  Presentation programs act like an electronic outline used to present information.  Graphics such as clip art, photographs, and motion clips can be added to a presentation to aid in comprehension and add interest.  Sounds can also be added to a presentation to add emphasis.  Presentation programs help the speaker by keeping their thoughts in order and helping him/her to remember the presentation.  Presentation programs help the audience members remember the information presented because they not only hear it, but they also see it. Chapter 112Spotlight on Presentations

13  A presentation is also more interesting when there are visual aids.  Each screen in an electronic presentation is called a slide.  The Page Up and Page Down buttons move you from slide to slide within a presentation.  PowerPoint allows you to print handouts for audience members so they can follow along easily with the presentation.  A design theme can be added to a presentation to add a colorful background with coordinating text. Chapter 113Spotlight on Presentations Summary (continued)


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