Who should attend:
Complete beginners and new users to the software. This course is useful for those responsible for creating new and editing existing presentations.
No previous experience necessary.
This one day course covers the essential skills required to create and edit a presentation file. Work with text, charts and graphic objects, and put the slides together into an on-screen presentation.
Open an existing presentation and discover quick ways to navigate around. Understand the different views. Zooming in and out.
Creating a New Blank Presentation:
Insert bulleted slides. Changing the order of the slides. Saving your presentation file.
The Master Slide:
Understand the role of the master slide. Change font information on the master slide. Set the default bullet symbol. Insert and position a logo and create a Title master.
Headers and Footers:
Insert footer text, date and slide number on the slide. Set header and footer information on notes and handout pages.
Apply Bold and Italic formatting to selected text. Set paragraph alignment. Remove bullet points. Cut, Copy and Paste information. Run the Spelling checker.
Creating a Chart Slide:
Create and edit a column chart. Edit the data source and update the chart. Insert a chart title and format both a data series and individual data point. Place a legend on the chart.
Select a background colour for all the slides. Omit background graphics from the master slide on individual slides. Reapply a slide layout. Apply a different design template.
Creating text slides in outline view. Promote and demote bulleted text. Split slides and rearrange the order of slides.
Create notes pages for selected slides and set up the Notes Master slide.
Print the presentation, notes pages and handouts.
Simple Drawing Techniques:
Include clipart onto a slide. Draw lines and text boxes. Using group and ungroup and aligning objects with each other. Change the fill and pen colour of objects.
Slide Sorter View:
Rearrange, delete, and duplicate slides in this view. Insert slides from another presentation.
Setting up a Presentation:
Set slide transitions with manual and automatic timings. Animate bullet points.
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