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1 Microsoft Office 2013 ®® PowerPoint Tutorial 2 Adding Media and Special Effects

2 XP Objectives Apply a theme used in another presentation Insert online pictures Insert shapes Format shapes and pictures Rotate and flip objects Create a table Modify and format a table Insert symbols Change the proofing language New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20132

3 XP Objectives Apply and modify transitions Animate objects and bulleted lists Change how an animation starts Add video and modify playback options Understand animation effects applied to videos Trim video and set a poster frame Compress media Add footers and headers New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20133

4 XP Formatting Graphics New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20134

5 XP Applying a Theme Used in Another Presentation On the ribbon, click the DESIGN tab In the Themes group, click the More button, and then click Browse for Themes Navigate to the location of the presentation containing the theme you want to apply, and then click the Apply button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20135

6 XP Inserting Online Pictures In the content placeholder, click the Online Pictures button Type the desired search text in the Office.com Clip Art search box, and then click the Search button Click the desired picture to insert Click the Insert button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20136

7 XP Inserting Online Pictures New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20137

8 XP Inserting Shapes Click the INSERT tab and then in the Illustrations group, click the Shapes button Click the desired shape in the Shapes gallery Drag to draw the desired shape on the slide With the shape selected, type the text you want to appear in the shape New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20138

9 XP Inserting Shapes New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 20139

10 XP Formatting Objects Click the object to format, and then click the DRAWING TOOLS FORMAT tab, if necessary New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

11 XP Formatting Objects If the object is a picture, click the PICTURE TOOLS FORMAT tab New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

12 XP Rotating and Flipping Objects Select the object Click the DRAWING TOOLS FORMAT tab In the Arrange group, click the Rotate button Click the desired rotate option New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

13 XP Inserting a Table In a content placeholder, click the Insert Table button; or, click the INSERT tab on the ribbon, click the Table button in the Tables group, and then click Insert Table Specify the numbers of columns and rows Click the OK button or On the ribbon, click the INSERT tab, and then in the Tables group, click the Table button to open a grid Click a box in the grid to create a table of that size New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

14 XP Inserting a Table New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

15 XP Formatting a Table Click any cell in the table Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab, and then in the Table group, click the Select button Click Select Table Choose formatting options New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

16 XP Inserting Symbols and Characters Click the INSERT tab, and then in the Symbols group, click the Symbol button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

17 XP Changing the Proofing Language On the status bar, click ENGLISH (UNITED STATES) New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

18 XP Using Transitions and Animations New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

19 XP Adding Transitions In the Slides tab in Normal view or in Slide Sorter view, select the slide(s) to which you want to add a transition, or, if applying to all the slides, select any slide On the ribbon, click the TRANSITIONS tab In the Transition to This Slide group, click the More button to display the gallery of transitions, and then click a transition in the gallery If desired, in the Transition to This Slide group, click the Effect Options button, and then click an effect New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

20 XP Adding Transitions If desired, in the Timing group, click the Transition Sound arrow to insert a sound effect to accompany each transition If desired, in the Timing group, modify the time in the Duration box to modify the speed of the transition To apply the transition to all the slides in the presentation, in the Timing group, click the Apply to All button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

21 XP Adding Transitions New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

22 XP Applying Animations In the Slide pane in Normal view, select the object you want to animate On the ribbon, click the ANIMATIONS tab In the Animation group, click the More button to display the gallery of animations, and then click an animation in the gallery New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

23 XP Applying Animations If desired, in the Animation group, click the Effect Options button, and then click a direction effect; if the object is a text box, click a sequence effect If desired, in the Timing group, modify the time in the Duration box to modify the speed of the animation If desired, in the Timing group, click the Start arrow, and then click a different start timing New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

24 XP Applying Animations New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

25 XP Animating Lists Click anywhere in the bulleted list On the ANIMATIONS tab in the Animation group, click the desired animation Click in the bulleted list, and then in the Animation group, click the Effect Options button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

26 XP Animating Lists New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

27 XP Adding Video Stored on Your Computer or Network In a content placeholder, click the Insert Video button to open the Insert Video window, and then next to “From a file,” click Browse to open the Insert Video dialog box; or click the INSERT tab on the ribbon, and then in the Media group, click the Video button, and then click Video on My PC to open the Insert Video dialog box Click the video you want to use, and then click the Insert button. New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

28 XP Adding Video Stored on Your Computer or Network If desired, click the VIDEO TOOLS PLAYBACK tab, and then in the Video Options group: – Click the Start arrow, and then click Automatically to change how the video starts from On Click – Click the Play Full Screen check box to select it to have the video fill the screen – Click the Rewind after Playing check box to select it to have the poster frame display after the video plays – Click the Volume button, and then click a volume level or click Mute New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

29 XP Adding Video Stored on Your Computer or Network New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

30 XP Modifying Video Playback Options New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

31 XP Understanding Animation Effects Applied to Videos On the ribbon, click the ANIMATIONS tab and then click the video New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

32 XP Setting a Poster Frame The frame that appears when the video is not playing is called the poster frame Click the video, and then click the FORMAT tab Point to the play bar below the video Click the desired location on the play bar In the Adjust group, click the Poster Frame button Click Current Frame New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

33 XP Setting a Poster Frame New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

34 XP Trimming Videos If a video is too long, or if there are parts you don’t want to show during the slide show, you can trim it To do this, click the Trim Video button in the Editing group on the VIDEO TOOLS PLAYBACK tab, and then, in the Trim Video dialog box, drag the green start slider or the red stop slider to a new position to mark where the video will start and stop New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

35 XP Trimming Videos New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

36 XP Compressing Media As with pictures, you can compress media files You should compress media files to make the overall size of the presentation smaller – Presentation Quality – Internet Quality – Low Quality New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

37 XP Adding Footers and Headers Headers and footers allow you to have information on each slide Click the INSERT tab on the ribbon, and then in the Text group, click the Header & Footer button New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

38 XP Adding Footers and Headers New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint

39 XP Adding Footers and Headers New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint


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