Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial

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Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial Microsoft Word Microsoft Access Microsoft Office Main Microsoft Excel Microsoft Publisher Introduction into Microsoft PowerPoint Starting Up Microsoft PowerPoint Creating a Presentation Opening an existing Presentation Creating a Blank Presentation Different PowerPoint Views Slide Manipulation Slide Animation Slide Transitions View Slide Show Navigating While in Slideshow Pack up a presentation for use on another computer Introduction into Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful tool to create professional looking presentations and slide shows. PowerPoint allows you to construct presentations from scratch or by using the easy to use wizard. This tutorial will help you get started with Microsoft PowerPoint and may solve some of your problems, but it is a very good idea to use the Help Files that come with Microsoft PowerPoint, or go to Microsoft's web site located at http://microsoft.com/office/powerpoint/default.htm for further assistance. Back to top Starting Microsoft PowerPoint http://www.bcschools.net/staff/PowerPointHelp.htm (1 of 8)7/11/2007 1:09:11 PMlMicrosoft PowerPoint Tutorial Two Ways 1. Double click on the Microsoft PowerPoint icon on the desktop. 2. Click on Start --> Programs --> Microsoft PowerPoint Back to top Creating & Opening a Presentation After you open up Microsoft PowerPoint, a screen pops up asking if you would like ...

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Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Office Main
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Publisher
Introduction into Microsoft PowerPointStarting Up Microsoft PowerPointCreating a PresentationOpening an existing PresentationCreating a Blank PresentationDifferent PowerPoint ViewsSlide ManipulationSlide AnimationSlide TransitionsView Slide ShowNavigating While in SlideshowPack up a presentation for use on another computerIntroduction into Microsoft PowerPointMicrosoft PowerPoint is a powerful tool to create professional looking presentations and slide shows. PowerPoint allows you to construct presentations from scratch or by using the easy to use wizard. This tutorial will help you get started with Microsoft PowerPoint and may solve some of your problems, but it is a very good idea to use the Help Files that come with Microsoft PowerPoint, or go to Microsoft's web site located athttp://microsoft.com/office/powerpoint/default.htmfor further assistance. Back to topStarting Microsoft PowerPoint
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Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial
lTwo Ways1.Double click on the Microsoft PowerPoint icon on the desktop.
2.Click on Start > Programs > Microsoft PowerPoint
Back to topCreating & Opening a PresentationAfter you open up Microsoft PowerPoint, a screen pops up asking if you would like to create a New Presentation or Open An Existing Presentation.
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Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial
lAutoContent Wizard mCreates a new presentation by prompting you for information about content, purpose, style, handouts, and output. The new presentation contains sample text that you can replace with your own information. Simply follow the directions and prompts that are given by Microsoft PowerPoint. lDesign Template mCreates a new presentation based on one of the PowerPoint design templates supplied by Microsoft. Use what is already supplied by Microsoft PowerPoint and change the information to your own. lBlank Presentation mCreates a new, blank presentation using the default settings for text and colors. Go to next step:Creating A Blank Presentation
Back to topOpening An Existing Presentation
1.SelectOpen An Existing Presentationfrom the picture above 2.Click on your presentation in the white box below step 1 mIf you do not see your presentation in the white box, selectMore Filesand hit OK. mLocate you existing Presentation and hit theOpenbutton
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Create a Blank PresentationAfter you select Blank Presentation a window pops up asking you to select the layout of the first slide.
PreDesigned Slide Layouts (Left to Right)
lTitle Slide lBulleted List lTwo Column Text lTable lText & Chart lChart & Text lOrganizational Chart lChart lText & Clip Art lClip Art & Text lTitle Only lBlank Slide
NOTE:If you already know what you want in your next slide, it is a very good idea to choose one of the pre designed layouts from above. However if you do not, then you can still insert what you want in throughout your Presentation anytime you desire. Just choose Blank Slide and insert items as you see fit.Back to topDifferent Views That PowerPoint DemonstratesThere are different views within Microsoft PowerPoint that allow you to look at your presentation from different perspectives.
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Normal View
Outline View
Slide View
Switches to Switches to Switches to slide normal view, outline view, view, where you where you can where you can can work on one work on one slide work with the slide at a time at a time or structure of your organize the file in outline structure of all form. Work in the slides in your outline view presentation when you need to organize the structure of your file.
Back to topSlide Manipulation
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Slide Sorter View
Slide Show View
Displays Runs your slide miniature show in a full versions of all screen, beginning slides in a with the current presentation, slide if you are in complete with slide view or the text and graphics. selected slide if In slide sorter you are in slide view, you can sorter view. If reorder slides, you simply want add transitions, to view your and animation show from the effects. You can first slide: also set the timings for 1. Click electronic slide Slide shows. Showat the top of the screen 2. Select View Show
Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial
lInserting A New Slide1.ClickInsertat top of screen 2.Select New Slide . lFormatting A Slide BackgroundmYou can format your slide to make it look however you would like, whether it be a background color, picture, or a design template built into Microsoft PowerPoint. The next step will show you how to apply a Design Template, but the other items mentioned above can be accomplished the same way. 1.ClickFormatat the top of the screen 2.Select Apply Design Template
3.Select Design you wish to apply 4.Click Apply Button lInserting Clipart & Pictures1.Display the slide you want to add a picture to. 2.ClickInsertat the top of the screen 3.SelectPicture4.SelectClip Art5.Click the category you want 6.Click the picture you want 7.Click Insert Clip on the shortcut menu 8.When you are finished using the Clip Gallery, click the Close button on the Clip Gallery title bar 9.Steps 14 are very similar when inserting other Pictures, Objects, Movies, Sounds, and Charts
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Adding Transitions to a Slide ShowYou can add customized transitions to your slide show that will make it come alive and become appealing to your audience. Follow these steps when adding Slide Transitions.
1.Inslide or slide sorter view, select the slide or slides you want to add a transition to. 2.On theSlide Showmenu at the top of the screen, clickSlide Transition
3.In the Effect box, click the transition you want, and then select any other options you want 4.To apply the transition to the selected slide, click Apply. 5.To apply the transition to all the slides, click Apply to All. 6.Repeat the process for each slide you want to add a transition to. 7.To view the transitions, on the Slide Show menu, click Animation Preview.
Back to topViewing The Slide ShowYou can view your slide show by any of the following ways:
1.Click Slide Show at the lower left of the PowerPoint window. 2.On the Slide Show menu, click View Show. 3.On the View menu, click Slide Show. 4.Press F5 on the keyboard
Back to topNavigating While In Your Slide ShowlForward NavigationmSimply click on the left Mouse Button or hit the Enter Button on your keyboard
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lReverse NavigationmHit the Backspace on the keyboard lExiting the showmHit the Esc Button on the keyboard
Back to topPack up a presentation for use on another computer1.Open the Presentation you want to pack 2.On theFilemenu, clickPack and Go3.Follow the instructions in the Pack and Go Wizard.
Unpack a presentation to run on another computer1.Insert the disk or connect to the network location you packed the presentation to 2.In My Computer, go to the location of the packed presentation, and then doubleclick Pngsetup3.Enter the destination you want to copy the presentation to
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