We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byGilbert Morgan
Modified over 6 years ago
Shapes, Pictures, and Text Boxes Lesson 1
Objectives 1. Work with shapes and the drawing canvas. 2. Modify shapes. 3. Control order, group, and align shapes. Objectives continued After completing this lesson, you will be able to:
Objectives 4. Insert pictures. 5. Insert text boxes. 6. Apply advanced layout settings. 7. Create a watermark. (Objectives continued from previous slide )
Preparing to draw an object Figure 1-1
Drawing an AutoShape Figure 1-2
Changing the shape of an object Figure 1-3
Resizing an object Figure 1-4
Rotated shape Figure 1-5
Choosing a shadow style Figure 1-6
Shadow Settings toolbar Figure 1-7
3-D Settings toolbar Figure 1-8
Modified shape Figure 1-9
Changing the order and position of shapes Figure 1-10
Drag to draw a box around the objects Figure 1-11
Aligned objects Figure 1-12
Inserting text boxes Figure 1-13
Resized text boxes with formatted text Figure 1-14
Choosing options in the Format Text Box dialog box Figure 1-15
Changing text direction Figure 1-16
Choosing Advanced Layout options Figure 1-17
Redesigned layout Figure 1-18
Creating a printed watermark Figure 1-19
Text Box + Picture A PowerPoint Tutorial. Go to Insert>Picture>Autoshapes.
Objectives Build and modify an organization chart.
1 After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Create a new presentation using a design template. Enter text in the Slide pane. Create a new slide.
MS-Word XP Lesson 7.
1 CA201 Word Application Working with Graphics Week # 6 By Tariq Ibn Aziz Dammam Community college.
Chapter 8 Working on a Presentation. Formatting and Editing Formatting Layouts Formatting Text Slide Master Graphics Header and Footer Slide Transitions.
Slide Transitions Slide Show, Slide Transition opens Slide Transition task pane Practice each option setting to select the transition style, its speed,
1 ADVANCED MICROSOFT POWERPOINT Lesson 7 – Working with Visual and Sound Objects Microsoft Office 2003: Advanced.
1 After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Add text to slides. Adjust the position of text objects. Format text. Change text alignment and spacing.
Excel Working with Charts and Graphics Microsoft Office 2010 Fundamentals 1.
How to Create a Chart To create a Seating Chart, modify one of the four examples on the following pages (Traditional, Lab, Discussion Group, Circle), or.
Insert a picture from a file Move and delete images Use the Picture Tools tab Add styles, effects, and captions to images Resize photos Use.
XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial 2 1 Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial 2 – Applying and Modifying Text and Graphic.
© Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Microsoft Publisher 2002 – Slide No 1 Microsoft Publisher 2002 Intermediate Level Course.
Chapter 14. Copyright 2003, Paradigm Publishing Inc. CHAPTER 14 BACKNEXTEND 14-2 LINKS TO OBJECTIVES Add Borders with Borders Button Add Borders with.
Beginning PowerPoint Part 1 The Basics. PowerPoint startup options: AutoContent Wizard Design Template * Blank presentation Open an existing presentation.
Elliptical table How to Create a Chart Student Desk Large Table or Desk Name box Trapezoidal Table Round Table To create a Seating Chart, modify one of.
XP New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 Tutorial 2 1 Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 Tutorial 2 – Applying and Modifying Text and Graphic Objects.
Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial Created by L. George 2006.
Advanced Tables Lesson 8. Objectives 1. Work with long tables. 2. Use advanced table-formatting options. 3. Change the size of tables. 4. Work with multiple.
© 2022 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.