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PowerPoint Amateur Made by Jenith Mishne Newport-Plateau USD Summer 2003, variant 1.2 Motivation: 1:30: Brief Presentations. 1:45: Diagram 1:50: Beginning, PowerPoint screen, Expert slides. 2:10: Action 1 2:30: Working with Slides, Including Content, Working with content.
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PowerPoint Beginner Created by Jenith Mishne Newport-Mesa USD Summer 2003, variant 1.2

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Agenda: 1:30: Brief Introductions. 1:45: Overview 1:50: Getting Started, PowerPoint screen, Master slides. 2:10: Activity 1 2:30: Working with Slides, Adding Content, Working with content. 2:50: Activity 2. 3:20: Graphics, Slide Effects, Saving and Printing. 3:40 Activity 3 4:00: Tips, Online Resources. 4:30: Class Ends

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Getting Started PowerPoint Screen Master Slides Working with Slides Adding Content Working with Text Graphics Slide Effects Saving and Printing Tips Online Resources Overview

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Getting Started Auto Content Wizard Create a presentation from a format Create a clear presentation Open a current presentation Auto design

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Open Power Point and you will be incited by a dialog box with four decisions. In the event that Power Point is as of now open or this container does not show up, select File|New from the menu bar. Beginning Depending on which form of PowerPoint You are utilizing, you may get both of these windows.

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AutoContent Wizard The AutoContent Wizard gives layouts and thoughts to a mixed bag of presentation sorts. Page through the wizard by tapping the Next catch on the base of every page in the wake of settling on vital decisions.

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Design Template Depending on which form of PowerPoint You are utilizing, you may get both of these windows. Force Point gives numerous layouts diverse foundations and content arranging to start your presentation. See every configuration by highlighting the format name on the rundown. Press OK after you have picked the outline.

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Blank Presentation Select Blank Presentation to construct the presentation without any preparation with no preset design or arranging.

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Open an Existing Presentation Select this choice to open a Power Point presentation that as of now exists. Select the organizer the record is situated in from the Look in: drop-down menu and highlight the document on the rundown. Snap Open to open the presentation.

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AutoLayout After selecting the presentation sort, you will be incited to pick the design of the new slide. These formats incorporate bulleted records, diagrams, and/or pictures. Click on every thumbnail picture and a portrayal will be imprinted in the message box. Highlight the format you need and snap OK . Contingent upon which form of PowerPoint You are utilizing, you may get both of these windows.

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PowerPoint Screen format Views

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Screen Layout This is in the ordinary perspective.

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Views Power Point gives you four screen formats for building your presentation notwithstanding the Slide Show. You can choose the online visit by tapping the catches simply over the arranging toolbar and the page\'s base. Click the Slide Show catch to see the full-screen slide appear.

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Normal View This screen is part into three segments demonstrating the presentation layout on the left, the slide in the principle window, and notes at the base.

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Slide View The slide perspective shows every slide on the screen and is useful for including pictures, designing content, and including foundation styles.

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Outline View The presentation blueprint is shown on most of the screen with little windows for the slide and notes. This perspective is suggested for altering content.

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Slide Sorter View A little picture of every slide is shown in Slide Sorter view. Slides can without much of a stretch be requested and sorted from this screen.

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Master Slides Slide Master Header and Footer Slide Numbers

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Slide Master Change the style of all slides in the presentation by changing the properties on the Slide Master . Every Design Template has its own Slide Master that can be changed. On the off chance that you make slides without any preparation, a reliable style can be added to the presentation by organizing the Slide Master. Select View|Master|Slide Master from the menu bar. Design the expert slide pretty much as you would organize a normal slide by arranging content, organizing records, including foundation examples and impacts, and setting footers. Click the Close catch on the Master toolbar to stop altering the expert slide and come back to the presentation.

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Headers and Footers Add the date and time, slide numbers, and other footer content to the expert slide from the Header and Footer window. Select View|Header and Footer... from the menu bar. Check the Date and time box to add this component to the slide. Select Update naturally to dependably show the present date and time or snap Fixed and enter a date that won\'t change in the content field gave. Check the Slide number box to add this element to the slides. Click the Footer box and add other content to the footer range of the slide. Check the Don\'t appear on title slide box to conceal these elements on the title slide of the presentation. Click the Notes and Handouts tab to roll out the same improvements to notes and gifts pages. Snap Apply to All to add the progressions to each slide or Apply to add just to the present slide.

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Slide Numbers To include the slide numbers in a settled position on the slide, utilize the Header and Footer window point by point above. The slide number can generally be included anyplace the slide by setting the cursor where the slide number ought to show up and selecting Insert|Slide Number from the menu bar. The slide\'s content number can be changed pretty much as customary content style is changed.

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Working with Slides Insert another slide Applying a configuration format Color Schemes Backgrounds Reordering slides Hide slides

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Insert a New Slide Follow these progressions to embed another slide into the presentation: In the Outline window, select the slide you need the new slide to show up after by tapping the slide\'s number. Select Insert|New Slide from the menu bar or snap the new slide catch on the standard toolbar. Pick the slide design from the window and press OK .

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Applying a Design Template To include a configuration layout or changing the current one, choice Format|Slide Design from the menu bar. Select the format and snap Apply .

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Color Schemes Color plans You can change the shading plan of any outline. You can even change the shading\'s shades plans.

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Background To apply a foundation to a slide, click on Format|Background This window will show up. Pick shading or fill impacts. Fill impacts will give you more decisions, for example, angles, surfaces, examples, and pictures.

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Reordering slides Click and drag any slide to it’s new area. You can do this in any perspective, yet this is the most effortless perspective to see.

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Hide Slides If you don\'t need a slide to show up amid the slide appear, however would prefer not to erase the slide as it might be utilized later, the slide can be covered up by selecting Slide Show|Hide Slide from the menu bar. To add the slide back to the slide appear, select Slide Show|Hide Slide once more.

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Adding Content Resizing a content box Text box properties Delete a content box Bulleted records

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Resizing a Text Box Select a content box by tapping on it with the mouse. An outskirt with nine handles will show up around the content box. The four handles on the corners will resize the length and the container\'s width on the double while the handles on the sides will resize just in one course. Click one of the handles and drag it with the mouse. Discharge the mouse catch when it is the size you need it to be. Move the content box by clicking and dragging the thick, dabbed outskirt with the mouse.

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Text Box Properties Change the hues, fringes, and foundations of a content box from the Format AutoShape dialog box. Actuate the textbox by tapping on it and select Format Placeholder from the menu bar. Under the Colors and Lines tab, select a Fill shading that will fill the content\'s foundation box. Check the Semitransparent box in the event that you need the slide foundation to appear through the shading. Select a Line shading that will encompass the container and in addition a Style or Weight for the line\'s thickness and a Dashed property if the line ought not be strong.

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Text Box Properties (continued)… Click the Text Box tab. Change the Text stay point to reposition the content inside of the content box. Set Internal edges to the separation the content ought to be to the content box edges. Click OK to add the progressions to the content box.

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Delete a Text Box To erase a content box from a format, essentially tap the content\'s outskirt box and press the DELETE key on the console.

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Bulleted Lists Bulleted Lists on Design Templates Bulleted records permit you to obviously show the fundamental purposes of your presentation on slides. The content boxes on configuration layouts as of now incorporate bulleted records. Click the spot holder on the slide to start including content and press the ENTER key to come back to the following line and include another bulleted thing. To go to the following line without including another slug, hold down the SHIFT key while squeezing ENTER .

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Bulleted List from a Text Box If you are not making a bulleted rundown from a current placeholder on an outline format, or on the off chance that you might want to add an extra bulleted rundown, take after these progressions to make another rundown: In slide perspective, make a content box by selecting Insert|Text Box from the menu bar. "Draw" the content box on the slide by holding down the left mouse catch while you move the mouse until the crate is the size you need it. Pick Format|Bullets and Numbering from the menu bar.

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Working with Text Adding content/Editing choices Formatting content Line dividing Change case

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Adding Text If the slide design incorporates content boxes, basically tap on the content box to include content. To add a content box to the slide, select Insert|Text Box from the m

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