Microsoft PowerPoint 97 Quick Start Tutorial Click here to start.
Get going in minutes: PowerPoint Basics u This is a tutorial designed to get you up and running quickly in PowerPoint. u It was created in PowerPoint, using PowerPoint’s powerful Slide Show features.* Click here for next slide. *It’s an adaptation of the more complete tutorial named “PowerPoint 97 QuickStart Tutorial” available from the PowerPoint Central menu (Tools, PPT Central). You may need to have the MS Office CD ROM available to view this tutorial.
In just 3 steps, you can create slides, overheads, electronic presentations and speaker support materials. Click here for next slide.
1 … then select the AutoContent Wizard on the Presentations tab. Use the AutoContent Wizard First, click New on the File menu … Click here for next slide.
…Select a topic and the AutoContent Wizard goes to work for you When you pick your topic, the AutoContent Wizard builds a starter presentation for you. Click here for next slide.
… The AutoContent Wizard suggests content and organization for your presentation Just replace the suggested topics with your own words. My own words Click here for next slide.
Any time you want to add a slide, click the New Slide button. 2 The Slide Layout dialog box presents you with options for the layout of your slide. Then add and format slides Click here for next slide.
Once the layout is selected just follow the on- screen instructions to click and type your text. … Select a layout and follow simple instructions Add bullet points here It’s easy Bullets appear automatically –T–Tab to indent Slide Title Click here for next slide.
The AutoContent Wizard starts you out with a design. To pick another design for your presentation, choose Apply Design from the Format menu. 3 And pick the look you want Click here for next slide.
Apply Design gives you lots of designs to choose from. Click here for next slide.
It’s that easy Use the AutoContent Wizard to get a jumpstart on a new presentation. Add new slides and pick the layout that best suits your needs. Apply a design to give your presentation a polished look. Click here for next slide. 1 2 3