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PowerPoint Presentations http://www.usask.ca/instruction/coursework/powerpoint/Today's Menu Presentation tips Content and illustrations Content liveliness and slide moves Where to find out about PowerPoint Utilizing and booking media trucks Fiasco - what to do Exploring through the presentation
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PowerPoint Presentations http://www.usask.ca/training/coursework/powerpoint/

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Today\'s Menu Presentation tips Text and design Text activity and slide moves Where to find out about PowerPoint Using and booking media trucks Disaster - what to do Navigating through the presentation Printing slides Scanning for PowerPoint Basic PowerPoint demo

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Presentation Tips Know your group of onlookers Decide what your message is Practice your presentation Time your presentation be arranged to skip less imperative material if time is running out

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Presentation Tips Have discriminating programming on plate A duplicate of your presentation PowerPoint player Have an option arrangement Overheads Handouts Web presentation

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Presentation Tips Test your presentation on the gear you will be utilizing Make beyond any doubt your presentation keeps running on the hardware Get usual to the room\'s components

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Presentation Tips Lighting Locate the switches Is there enough light to compose notes Enough light for you to peruse notes Visuals Can the individual at the room\'s back see the screen?

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Presentation Tips Sound Can the individual at the back hear you? Getting help Identify how to get help with the room if there are issues

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PowerPoint Text Guidelines WORDS IN ALL CAPITALS ARE HARD TO READ Limit accentuation marks !!!! San serif textual styles are less demanding to peruse than serif textual styles or restricted textual styles Some sources recommend a san serif text style for the title and serif text styles for the body

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PowerPoint Text Guidelines Use 6 to 7 words for each line No more than 5 or 6 lines a slide Font size reaches from 18 - 48 point Fancy text styles can be difficult to peruse and may not be on all PCs

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PowerPoint Text Guidelines Suggested textual styles are Verdana and Arial Use close to 2 or 3 hues Use light textual style on dim foundation and the other way around Light text style on light foundation

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Powerpoint Clip Art and Graphics Should parity the slide Should improve and supplement the content, not overpower No more than two design for every slide May be diagrams, charts, cut workmanship, computerized photographs, checked pictures

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Powerpoint Clip Art and Graphics Avoid enormous Powerpoint records by importing "small" illustrations i.e. 50 KB not 5 M Use programming, for example, Photoshop Elements to decrease the span of representation before importing them into PowerPoint

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Empty Space Helps Focus

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Text Animation and Slide Transitions Slide Transitions Effects which happen when you move starting with one slide then onto the next Text Animation How the content enters and ways out the screen Try to stay predictable Over-liveliness can get to be chafing

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Learn about PowerPoint Start straightforward, numerous elements are the same as Word or WordPerfect Look on the Internet Grab a book Check out the ITS free classes

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ITS PowerPoint Classes http://www.usask.ca/its/courses/index.html Introduction to PowerPoint Advanced Classes Transition and activity Template improvement Clip workmanship and Pictures Web-arranged presentations Customizing the PowerPoint Environment Using sight and sound Word to PowerPoint

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Booking and Using Media Carts Media trucks Computer Data Projector

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Division of Media and Technology Media Carts DMT Location: Rm 38 Education Permission slip marked by teacher Book early Will convey and get Phone: 966-4263

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College of Education Media Carts Not some piece of DMT For Education Faculty can book when they are having understudies do presentations Three trucks, two with PC\'s and one with a MAC

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Apparent Disaster Strikes! You Start up the PC and see nothing on the screen!

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Apparent Disaster Strikes! Some tablet PCs permit you to flip the screen between modes On the PC screen just On the projector screen just On the PC and projector screen There is normally a Function Key that permits you to flip through these modes

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Apparent Disaster Strikes! Snap Function and F5 on the Toshiba to flip through screen modes.

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Apparent Disaster Strikes! Is the PC joined with the right port on the projector?

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Apparent Disaster Strikes! Is the projector in the right mode?

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Apparent Disaster Strikes The PC stops Can happen on the off chance that you don\'t let the PC complete whole melody and move when booting up. Reboot the PC.

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Navigating the Presentation To begin show at starting utilize the menu bar at the highest point of the screen: Slide Show  perspective appear or Use F5 key Navigate show by: Left clicking mouse or Use console bolt keys or Right snap mouse and utilization menu or Move mouse to base left corner of screen and utilize the popup menu

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Ending the Show To end show Touch esc key on top left of console or Right snap mouse and pick End Show or Move mouse to base left corner of screen and utilize pop up menu

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Printing Slides Print full slide for overheads Print 2, 3 or 6 slides for each page for understudy notes

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Printer Screen for Lexmark Printers

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Printer Screen for Lexmark Printers

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Printer Screen for Lexmark Printers

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Scanning Gifs Jpgs Resolution Image altering programming (Photoshop Elements)

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When to Use GIF Lots of Area of Solid Color Line Art Cartoon Flat Style Illustration Icon Graph Sharply Contrasting Borders

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When to utilize a JPEG Scanned Photograph or Painting Photograph Small Color Changes Grayscale File Subtle Lighting Changes Vertical Color Changes (i.e, Vertical Bars) Continuous Tone Artwork Computer Graphics with Realistic Lighting

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Resolution For printing 300 dpi For PC screen 72 dpi PowerPoint will take any picture you give it, however recollect huge pictures result in vast records.

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Resolution and Scanning

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Powerpoint - Making a Presentation Text Inserting Clip Art and Images Charts Organizational Charts Word Art Color Schemes, Backgrounds Slide Transitions Slide Master and Title Master Video Sound

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