First Summary 1. Creating a Presentation 2. Inserting Header and Footer 3. Applying a Theme 7. Adding Slides 6. Editing Pictures 5. Notes and Handout Master 4. Slide Master
Creating a Presentation Options: Blank presentation Installed template/themes From existing presentation
Inserting Header or Footer Insert Tab Header & Footer Date and Time Slide Number Footer Do not show on first slide
Applying a Theme Change the appearance without changing the content Design tab Office Button, New, Installed Themes Live Preview Apply to: All slides Selected Slide
Slide Master Controls the formatting for all the slides in the presentation. Font, size, color, style, alignment, spacing, View, Slide Master Other masters: handout master, notes master.
Editing a Picture Insert, Picture Format Tab
Adding Slides Home, New Slide Right click, New Slide Apply the same slide layout and slide design as previous
Second Summary 1. Finding and Replacing Text 2. Adding Text to Slides 3. Using Outline Tab to Enter Text 5. Changing Text Alignment, Spacing Case and Tabs 5. Changing Text Alignment, Spacing Case and Tabs 4. Adding Notes to Slides 6. Working with Bullets 7. Changing Font Attributes
Find and Replace Home Tab Editing Find and Replace Replace fonts
Working with Text Placeholder: reserves a space in the presentation for the type of information you want to insert. If no placeholder exists, always add a text box. Insert tab, text group, text box.
Adding Notes Good PowerPoint presentation contains brief, main points about the subject. You do not want you audience reading large amounts of text. Normal View, add notes. View tab, Notes page Use zoom feature on status bar
Changing Alignment, Case, Spacing, Tabs Alignment: Home tab, paragraph Line Spacing: Home tab, paragraph Change Case: Home tab, Font Tab: View, Ruler
Third Summary 7. Inserting Hyperlinks 6. Adding Sound to Slides 3. Checking Spelling, Style & Usage 5. Working with Clip Art 4. Changing Slide Layouts 1. Working with Bullets 2. Changing Font Attributes
Working with Bullets Mini toolbar is a bullet gallery. Home tab, paragraph Change color and bullet size
Changing Font Attributes Home tab, font Mini toolbar
Spelling, Style and Usage Spell check: Review, Proofing group Right-click F7 Thesaurus: offers a selection of alternative words with the same or similar meaning Review, Proofing Shift + F7
Standards of Good Style Consistent Error-free Visually appealing Title text – at least 36 points Number of bullets should not exceed six Number of words in each bullet to six 6 by 6 Rule
Working with Clip Art Add a slide layout for clip art Insert, clip art
Adding Sound Insert, Media clips, Sound Automatically When clicked
Hyperlink Allows you to jump to another location. Insert, Hyperlink Ctl + K
Fourth Summary 1. Using Custom Animations 2. Slide Transitions
Custom Animation Animation is what makes slide shows fun and interesting to watch. Animations, Animations group, custom Animation Effects: Entrance, Emphasis, Exit, Motion Paths Animated objects are assigned a number.
Slide Transition Determine how one slide is removed from the screen and how the next one appears. Animations, Transition to This Slide