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1 Presentation Programs lesson 15

2 This lesson includes the following sections: Presentation Program Basics Integrating Multiple Data Sources Presenting Slide Shows

3 Presentation Programs and Their Uses The Presentation Program's Interface Creating a Presentation Formatting Slides Special Features of Presentation Programs Presentation Program Basics

4 Presentation programs are used to create slides– single-screen images that contain text, graphics, charts, and more. A collection of slides is called a presentation. A presentation program lets you create a set of slides and show (present) them to an audience. Presentation Program Basics - Presentation Programs and Their Uses

5 Presentation programs provide many of the same editing and formatting tools found in word processors and other common applications. Presentation Program Basics - The Presentation Program's Interface

6 Title bar Menu bar Tool bars Document area Drawing tools Status bar

7 To create a presentation, you can select a predesigned template to create a common look for the slides. Individual slide elements appear inside text boxes and frames. You can easily add text or graphics to a box or frame, and move or resize it as needed.. Presentation Program Basics - Creating a Presentation

8 To resize a frame or text box, click it, then drag one of its handles. Fonts and font sizes Colors Backgrounds Borders You can format a slide by choosing different: Presentation Program Basics - Formatting Slides

9 Gradient fill background Borders

10 Outlining—for contents, arrangement and order. Annotations—notes to individual slides. Animation—moving transitions to parts of a slide. Sound and video—audio or multimedia enhancement. Embedded objects—WWW links. HTML conversion—presentations on the Web. Presentation programs provide several special features: Presentation Program Basics - Special Features

11 You can add different media types, such as audio or video files, to a slide. If you present your slides from the PC's disk and have the appropriate output devices, you can present multimedia elements in a slide show. Integrating Multiple Data Sources in a Presentation

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13 You can present them in any order you like. You can display slides on the PC's monitor, project them on a screen, or connect the PC to a TV or large monitor. You can move from slide to slide manually, or automate the presentation. You can print slides and present them on a slide or overhead projector. You also can display slides directly from the PC's disk, with the following advantages: Presenting Slide Shows

14 Identify four interface elements found in most presentation programs. Describe the process of creating a presentation. Name three media sources that might be used in a multimedia presentation. List three ways that slides can be presented from a presentation program. lesson 15 review


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