Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows"

Transcription

1 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows This document introduces technique to add interest to your presentation using graphics, audio and video. More detailed training material for using more features in PowerPoint can be found on the Microsoft website: https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/office-training-and-tutorials-b8f02f81-ec a39b-4c48e6bc4bfb?ui=en-us&rs=en-gb&ad=gb Apply a theme to your presentation Themes are pre-formatted colour schemes to make your presentations look more professional. When choosing a theme, keep your audience in mind and also think about printing. Bright colours will be good for a light-hearted presentation. Too many colours may make it difficult for some people to read your slides. A black background will take up a lot of ink when printing and may not show up too well. 1 Click on the Design tab and click on the to see the themes available. Simply click on the one you like to change the theme of your presentation.

2 Using images Images add interest to your presentation. You must consider copyright when using images. If in doubt, only use clip art images or images that you have taken yourself. When choosing an image, consider your topic and your audience. Cartoon clip art may be inappropriate in some circumstances. To add a Clip Art image (PowerPoint 2010 and earlier) Clip Art is Microsoft s database of open-source (copyright-free) images. To add a clip-art image to a slide: 1 On the slide you are updating, click on the Clip Art icon (if available) or click on the Insert tab and click on the Clip Art icon. 2 The Clip Art pane will appear on the right. 3 Type a search word in the Search for box and press Enter. 4 The pictures available on that computer will appear. 5 Click on a picture once to add it to your slide (you may need to wait a couple of seconds before it appears). To add an image from your files 1 On the slide you are updating, click on the Picture icon or. If this is not available, click on the Insert tab and click on the Picture icon. 2 Windows Explorer will appear. 3 Locate the picture file you want, click to select it and then click OK or Insert. To search for an image in google 1 Type your search terms into google as normal. 2 Above the search results, click on Images to restrict the results 3 Click on the icon at the top right and choose Advanced Search 4 In the Usage Rights box, choose one of the free to use options. 5 Right click on the image you want and choose Save As to save the image to a location on your computer, then use the To add an image from your files instructions below to insert the image into PowerPoint. Page 2 Last updated 05 August 2015

3 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows To search for and insert an online image (PowerPoint 2013 only) PowerPoint 2013 has an inbuilt search function that lets you search for images online. The default search results will be suitable for use from a copyright perspective, but Microsoft does stipulate that you are responsible for checking the licence for images you use. 1 On the slide you are updating, click on the icon (if available) or click on the Insert tab and click on the Online Pictures icon. 2 Type a search term in the search box (you may have several, depending on the set up of your machine) and press ENTER. 3 Click on an image to select it and click on Insert You can also link PowerPoint 2013 to image sites such as Flickr and Facebook. To do this you will first need to connect to your accounts for these services. To do this: xxxx 1 Click on the File tab and click on Account. 2 In the User Information section, click on Switch Account. 3 Click on Add Account to set up your personal account details such as a personal Hotmail account, for example. xxxx Now, with your personal account selected, you can connect to services such as Facebook and Flickr. To do this: 1 Click on the Add a service button. 2 Choose a service. Eg within Images & videos you can link to Facebook and Flickr. 3 Follow the on-screen instructions to log onto the chosen service. Once you have set this up, you should then be able to access images from the services you have connected. For example, to add an image from facebook: 1 On the Insert tab and click on the Online Pictures icon. 2 At the bottom of the Insert Pictures window, click on the Facebook icon. 3 Follow the on-screen instructions to log into your Facebook account. xxxx 4 Facebook will then appear as one of the options in your Insert Pictures window. Click on it to use images from that account. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 3

4 When using images from social media, in addition to normal copyright considerations, as a general rule you should have written permission from anyone who can be identified in images you use, for data protection purposes, It is not considered acceptable to use images of children, unless there is a specific teaching/research need and you have written permission from the child s parent/guardian to use the image in that context. To add a screen shot With PowerPoint you can insert a snap-shot of one of your windows. You could use this to insert an image of a web page on a slide, for example. 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Screenshot icon. 3 Click to select the window you want to include on the slide. 4 The screen shot appears on the slide as an image. To move a picture 1 Click on the picture so that it is surrounded by a border, as shown on the right. 2 Move your mouse pointer to the centre of the picture. 3 Hold down your left mouse button and keep it held down whilst you move your mouse to move the picture to the desired location on the slide. 4 Release your mouse. To resize a picture 1 Click on the picture so that it is surrounded by a border, as shown above. 2 Move your mouse pointer to one of the corners of the border. Your mouse pointer will change to be a double-headed arrow as shown on the left. 3 Hold down your left mouse button and keep it held down whilst you drag the border to make it bigger or smaller. 4 Release your mouse. Page 4 Last updated 05 August 2015

5 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows To add a hyperlink to an image 1 Right-click on the image. 2 Click on hyperlink. 3 In the Address box, type or paste the URL of the webpage. 4 Click OK. 5 The hyperlink will be active in Slide Show mode. Smart Art Smart Art helps you to add professional-looking graphics to your presentations. Click on the Insert tab. To add Smart Art to your presentation: 1 Click on the Smart Art icon 2 Choose the type of Smart Art graphic you want from the list of options on the left of the pop-up window. A preview of the graphic appears on the right. This is an example of Smart Art Smart Art is a collection of preformatted diagrams and charts. Smart Art adds visual impact to your reports and presentations Office 2010 has Picture Smart Art so you can insert photos 3 Click to choose a layout from those displayed in the middle 4 Click OK. 5 The Smart Art graphic appears. Click the icon to choose a picture from file (only for Picture Smart Art). Click on [Text] to edit the text associated with an image. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 5

6 Animation Animation is used to add movement to your slides. It is mostly used: To control the timing of when bullet points of text appear on the screen. This build technique allows you to talk about each point without the audience being distracted trying to read the entire slide behind you. To make pictures appear/disappear from the slide. Use animation sparingly. It can distract your audience and, where overused, make them lose interest in your presentation. To animate bullet points of text Only use this where you have something to say about each bullet point individually and want to focus your audience s attention on that point. Do not use it where you need the full list of bullet points on screen before you start to talk about them. 1 Click anywhere in the text on the first bullet point. 2 Click on the Animations tab. 3 Click on Add Animation. 4 Click to choose which type of the green Entrance animations you want. 5 A quick demo of the animation is shown and then numbers appear next to each bullet point. 6 To see the full effect of the animation, click on the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the PowerPoint window. Your slide will appear with just the title showing. Click your left button once and the first bullet point will appear. Click again and the second will appear and so on. 7 Press Esc or right-click and choose End Show to exit slide-show mode. To animate sub-bullets individually 1 Animate the bullets as shown above. 2 Click anywhere in the text on the first bullet point. 3 On the Animations tab, click on the below Effect Options. 4 Click on the Text Animation tab and choose By 2nd Level Paragraphs in the Group Text drop-down box. 5 Click OK. Page 6 Last updated 05 August 2015

7 Use this to: Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows To animate an image make an image appear or disappear from a slide when you click your mouse make images move from one position to another on the slide 1 Click on the image so that it is surrounded by a border. 2 Click on the Animations tab. 3 Click on Add Animation. 4 Click to choose which type of animation you want: o Entrance animations will make the image appear when you click. o Emphasis animations will make the image change in some way when you click. o Exit animations will make the image disappear when you click. o Motion path animations will make the image move from one position to another. 5 A quick demo of the animation is shown and then numbers appear next to the image. 6 To see the full effect of the animation, click on the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the PowerPoint window. Click your left button once will show the animation effect. 7 Press Esc or right-click and choose End Show to exit slide-show mode. To apply a motion path animation 1 Click on the image so that it is surrounded by a border. 2 Click on the Animations tab. 3 Click on Add Animation. 4 Choose one of the Motion Paths animations (note that there is a More Motion Paths option at the bottom of the window) Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 7

8 5 The image will move as a preview of the animation, then a number and an arrow will appear next to the image. The green arrow-head indicates the starting point. The red arrow-head indicates the end point for the motion path. 6 Drag and drop the arrow-heads to change the start and end points and the direction of the motion path. The animation pane The animation pane is useful when you have more than one animation effect on a slide. It allows you to: Change the order in which animations are applied. Change the trigger for animations (on a click of the mouse or with a previous effect). Change the duration and speed of an animation effect. To use the animation pane: 1 Click on the Animations tab 2 Click on the Animation Pane icon. 3 The Animation Pane will appear on the right. Each animation effect in the slide will be in the list, with a number which corresponds to the number that appears next to the graphic or text in the slide to which that animation effect applies. The animations will appear in the order in which they appear in the list, with the first animation occurring first. Page 8 Last updated 05 August 2015

9 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows To change the order of the animation effects 1 In the Animation Pane, click once on the animation effect you would like to change the position of. 2 Use the Re-Order buttons (bottom of the pane in PowerPoint 2010) or (top of the pane in PowerPoint 2013) to move the selected animation effect up and down the list. To change the trigger for an animation effect You can control what triggers an animation effect to appear. Animation affects can appear: On the click of the mouse or when the right arrow key on the keyboard is pressed. (Start On Click) At the same time as a previous animation effect. (Start With Previous) At a set time after a previous animation effect. (Start After Previous) 1 In the Animation Pane, click once on the animation effect you would like to change and click on the drop-down arrow 2 Choose the trigger you require (see above). 3 If you choose the Start After Previous option, you will need to then click on Timing to then set the Delay to indicate how long you want PowerPoint to wait before running the animation effect. To change the speed of an animation effect 1 In the Animation Pane, click once on the animation effect you would like to change and click on the drop-down arrow 2 Click on Timing to then set the Duration to your preferred setting. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 9

10 To remove an animation effect 1 In the Animation Pane, click once on the animation effect you would like to delete and press the Delete key on your keyboard. Build animations to create a cartoon Using the entrance, exit and motion path animations in combination with images layered on top of each other, you can create basic cartoons in your presentation. You will need to use the Animation Pane for better visibility of which effect appears when. For a demonstration of this, see the video on https://staff.brighton.ac.uk/is/training/pages/powerpoint/powerpoint.aspx To animate Smart Art graphics 1 Click on the Smart Art graphic to select it. 2 On the Animation tab, click on Add Animation and click to choose which type of animation you want. 3 Click on the Effect Options icon and choose One By One. 4 To see the full effect of the animation, click on the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the PowerPoint window. Click your left button once will show the animation effect. 5 Press Esc or right-click and choose End Show to exit slide-show mode. Adding audio You can add audio to a PowerPoint presentation. When adding audio, take copyright into consideration. There are open source audio clips available in the Clip Art gallery. You could also borrow a voice recorder from one of the university media centres to record your own. To add audio from Clip Art (PowerPoint 2010 and earlier) 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Audio icon and choose Clip Art Audio. 3 The Clip Art pane opens on the right. 4 Right-click on one of the Clip Art files and choose Preview/Properties to hear what it sounds like. Then click Close. 5 Left-click once on a Clip Art file to add it to the slide. The audio file will appear as a speaker icon with play controls underneath. Page 10 Last updated 05 August 2015

11 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows To add audio from File 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Audio icon and choose Audio From File. 3 The Insert Audio window opens. 4 Locate your audio file, click to select it, then click Insert. The audio file will appear as a speaker icon with play controls underneath. To record audio (PowerPoint 2013 only) To use this function you will need to have a microphone connected to your computer. 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Audio icon and choose Record Audio. 3 The Record Sound window opens. 4 Give the recording a name. 5 Press the record button 6 When you have finished your recording, press To hide the audio icon from the PowerPoint slide 1 Click on the audio icon in the slide. 2 Click on the Audio Tools Playback tab on the ribbon. 3 On the ribbon, click to select the Hide During Show checkbox. To make the audio repeat on a loop 1 Click on the audio icon in the slide. 2 Click on the Audio Tools Playback tab on the ribbon. 3 On the ribbon, click to select the Loop until Stopped checkbox. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 11

12 To change the trigger for the start of the audio 1 Click on the audio icon in the slide. 2 Click on the Audio Tools Playback tab on the ribbon 3 Click on the drop-down in the Start: box 4 Choose which option you require from the list. Audio clips will appear in the Animation Pane, so you can use the same technique shown on page 8 to control the timings, trigger and position of the audio amongst the animations on a particular slide. To assign audio to a picture on a slide 1 Add the picture to the slide. 2 Add the audio to the slide. 3 Open the Animation Pane (click on the Animations tab and click on the Animation Pane icon). 4 Click on the audio in the Animation Pane to select it. 5 Click on the drop-down arrow and click on Timing 6 In the Start effect on click of: box, click on the drop-down and select the picture. 7 To test your settings, click on the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the PowerPoint window. Click on the picture you have chosen. 8 Right-click and choose End Show to exit slide-show mode. Page 12 Last updated 05 August 2015

13 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows Adding video You can add videos to a PowerPoint presentation. When adding video, take copyright and data protection into consideration. In Office 2010 and earlier, there are open source video clips available in the Clip Art gallery. You could also borrow a hard drive camera from one of the university media centres to record your own. To add video from Clip Art (Office 2010 and earlier) 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Video icon and choose Clip Art Video. 3 The Clip Art pane opens on the right. 4 Right-click on one of the Clip Art files and choose Preview/Properties to see what it looks like. Then click Close. 5 Left-click once on a Clip Art file to add it to the slide. 6 The video file will appear as an image on the slide. To add video from File 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Video icon and choose Video From File or Video on My PC. 3 The Insert Video window opens. 4 Locate your video file, click to select it, then click Insert. 5 The video file will appear as a black screen with play controls underneath. 6 Resize and move the video file in the same way that you would with any normal image. To embed a video from a website (Office 2013) 1 Click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Video icon and choose Online Video. 3 The Insert Video window opens. 4 To search YouTube, click in the Search YouTube box, type your search term and press ENTER. 5 Click on the video you want and click Insert. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 13

14 As you cannot see previews of the videos in the search results, you may find it better to find the video on, for example, YouTube and use the videos embed code to insert the video into PowerPoint. Finding the embed code differs from site to site, but using YouTube as an example: 6 Find the video you need and click on the Share icon. 7 Click on the Embed link. 8 Triple click on the embed code (starts with <iframe), then right-click and choose Copy. 9 In PowerPoint 2013, click on the Insert tab. 10 Click on the Video icon and choose Online Video. 11 The Insert Video window opens. xxxx xxxx 12 Click in the Paste embed code here box. 13 Right click and choose Paste to paste the embed code 14 Click on the arrow to the right of the Paste embed code here box. It may take a few moments for the video to embed in your presentation. You may need to switch to slide show view to see the video. Page 14 Last updated 05 August 2015

15 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows To embed a video from a website (Office 2010 and earlier) Currently this feature is not working on some machines. To check if it is working on your machine, click on the Insert tab in PowerPoint, click on the Video icon and check whether you have the option to Insert Video from Website. If this option is not available you will need to follow the instructions at the bottom of the page. 1 Copy the embed code for the video from your website. E.g. to do this in YouTube: Find the video you need and click on the Share icon. Click on the Embed icon. Click to select Use old embed code.* Click on the code in the box underneath the Embed icon. Right-click on the link and choose Copy. 1 In your PowerPoint slide, click on the Insert tab. 2 Click on the Video icon and choose Video from Web Site. 3 The Insert Video from Web Site window opens. 4 Right click in the white box and click on Paste to paste code into the box. Click Insert. *PowerPoint 2010 will only accept embed code that starts with <object, code starting with <iframe will not work. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 15

16 Workaround if Insert Video from Web Site is not available If the Insert Video from Website option is not available your version of PowerPoint, the only (legal) thing you can do is insert a hyperlink to the YouTube video. This means that you will be taken to the YouTube website to play the video. To insert a hyperlink: Click on the Insert tab Click on the Hyperlink icon Type the text to be displayed on your slide in the Text to display box Type the URL in the Address box Click OK The link will become active in slideshow mode. If you want it to look better, you could insert a picture or screenshot of the video and add the hyperlink to that image (see page 2) To make a video repeat on a loop 1 Click on the video on the slide. 2 Click on the Video Tools Playback tab on the ribbon. 3 On the ribbon, click to select the Loop until Stopped checkbox. To change the trigger for the start of a video 1 Click on the video on the slide. 2 Click on the Video Tools Playback tab on the ribbon 3 Click on the drop-down in the Start: box 4 Choose either to start the video automatically when the slide appears or to start the video when you click the play control underneath. Video clips will appear in the Animation Pane, so you can use the same technique shown on page 8 to control the timings, trigger and position of the video amongst the other animations and audio on a particular slide. Page 16 Last updated 05 August 2015

17 Adding emphasis to a presentation in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 for Windows Transitions Transitions are animation effects when moving from one slide to another. To add a transition effect to one slide 1 Click on the Transitions tab. 2 Click on the icon to open the Transitions gallery. 3 Click on a transition to select it. 4 To see the full effect of the transition, click on the previous slide and then click on the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the PowerPoint window. Click your left mouse button once will see how the transition appears when you move from one slide to the next. 5 Right-click and choose End Show to exit slide-show mode. To add a transition effect to all slides in a presentation 1 In the slide sorter at the left of the PowerPoint screen, click on the first slide to select it. 2 Press the CTRL and A keys together on your keyboard to select all of the slides. 3 Click on the Transitions tab. 4 Click on the icon to open the Transitions gallery. 5 Click on a transition to select it. 6 To see the full effect of the transition, click on the first slide in the slide sorter on the left and then click on the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the PowerPoint window. Click your left mouse button once will see how the transition appears when you move from one slide to the next. 7 Right-click and choose End Show to exit slide-show mode. Printed Wednesday, 05 August 2015 Page 17

Adding emphasis to a presentation using PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

Adding emphasis to a presentation using PowerPoint 2011 for Mac Adding emphasis to a presentation using PowerPoint 2011 for Mac This document introduces technique to add emphasis to your presentation using graphics, audio and video. More detailed training material

More information

Creating a presentation in PowerPoint

Creating a presentation in PowerPoint Creating a presentation in PowerPoint Creating a presentation in PowerPoint This document covers the basics of using PowerPoint to create a presentation. More detailed training material for using more

More information

Creative Uses of PowerPoint 2010

Creative Uses of PowerPoint 2010 Creative Uses of PowerPoint 2010 Creating an Audio File 1) Connect your microphone 2) Click on the Insert tab 3) Click on the drop-down arrow on the Audio icon in the Media group 4) Click on Record Audio

More information

Creating an. Play. Record. button and. audio file 8) Click OK

Creating an. Play. Record. button and. audio file 8) Click OK Creative Uses of PowerPoint 2007 Creating an Audio File 1) Connect your microphone 2) Click on the Insert tab 3) Click on the drop-down arrow on the Sound icon in the Media Clips group 4) Click on Record

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Part 2: Notes, Links, & Graphics. Choosing a Design. Adding Content Exercise. Inserting Screen Shots.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Part 2: Notes, Links, & Graphics. Choosing a Design. Adding Content Exercise. Inserting Screen Shots. Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Part 2: Notes, Links, & Graphics Choosing a Design Open PowerPoint. Click on Blank Presentation. Click on the Design tab. Click on the design tab of your choice. Adding Content

More information

PowerPoint 2016 Part I - Building a Presentation

PowerPoint 2016 Part I - Building a Presentation PowerPoint 2016 Part I - Building a Presentation What is PowerPoint? PowerPoint is presentation software that helps you quickly and efficiently create dynamic, professional-looking presentations through

More information

Introduction. PowerPoint Outputs

Introduction. PowerPoint Outputs Introduction Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation software package that enables one to create a collection of slides sorted in a computer file where each slide is an individual screen of the presentation.

More information

PowerPoint 2013. 3. Save: Click SAVE icon. Name your file, click SAVE

PowerPoint 2013. 3. Save: Click SAVE icon. Name your file, click SAVE PowerPoint 2013 1 1. Open PowerPoint: Select Blank Presentation 2. Click NEW SLIDE down-arrow in the HOME menu: Type the title of your presentation on Slide #1 Click NEW SLIDE Type the title of Slide #2

More information

1. Normal view the main editing view where the presentation is written and designed.

1. Normal view the main editing view where the presentation is written and designed. Page 1 of 5 Overview PowerPoint is presentation software found in the Microsoft Office package. It is used to create professional looking slide shows by incorporating text, images, audio, and video into

More information

Intro to PowerPoint 2010

Intro to PowerPoint 2010 Instructional Center for Educational Technologies Intro to PowerPoint 2010 PowerPoint is a multimedia tool that serves as a visual aid to your content and delivery. When used effectively, PowerPoint can

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint Exercises 4

Microsoft PowerPoint Exercises 4 Microsoft PowerPoint Exercises 4 In these exercises, you will be working with your Music Presentation file used in part 1 and 2. Open that file if you haven t already done so. Exercise 1. Slide Sorter

More information

PowerPoint 2007 Basics Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/

PowerPoint 2007 Basics Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/ Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/ PowerPoint is the presentation program included in the Microsoft Office suite. With PowerPoint, you can create engaging presentations that can be presented in person, online,

More information

Presents: Intermediate PowerPoint. By Angie Harris Adapted from the Texas State Library s TEAL for All Texans Student Resources Manual

Presents: Intermediate PowerPoint. By Angie Harris Adapted from the Texas State Library s TEAL for All Texans Student Resources Manual Presents: Intermediate PowerPoint By Angie Harris Adapted from the Texas State Library s TEAL for All Texans Student Resources Manual Intermediate PowerPoint Topics Intro to PowerPoint Designing a Presentation

More information

POWERPOINT 2010 CREATING POWERPOINT SHOWS TO START POWERPOINT UNDERSTANDING THE LAYOUT OF THE SCREEN. Normal View

POWERPOINT 2010 CREATING POWERPOINT SHOWS TO START POWERPOINT UNDERSTANDING THE LAYOUT OF THE SCREEN. Normal View POWERPOINT 2010 CREATING POWERPOINT SHOWS You can create a presentation in PowerPoint in two different ways, by using a template or starting with a blank presentation. As the content of the presentation

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Starting PowerPoint... 2 PowerPoint Window Properties... 2 The Ribbon... 3 Tabs... 3 Contextual Tabs... 3 Dialog Box Launchers... 4 The Microsoft Office Button... 5 Galleries...

More information

PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Mercer County Library System Brian Hughes, County Executive Action Technique 1. Create a New Presentation Open PowerPoint by clicking the program icon on the Task Bar.

More information

Dianne Harrison Ferro Mesarch

Dianne Harrison Ferro Mesarch Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Starting PowerPoint... 2 PowerPoint Window Properties... 2 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar... 3 Creating Slides... 5 The Title Slide... 5 Inserting a New Slide... 6 Slide

More information

Advanced Presentation Features and Animation

Advanced Presentation Features and Animation There are three features that you should remember as you work within PowerPoint 2007: the Microsoft Office Button, the Quick Access Toolbar, and the Ribbon. The function of these features will be more

More information

CHAPTERS 1, 2, AND 3 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2013 IN COMMAND OF COMMANDS

CHAPTERS 1, 2, AND 3 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2013 IN COMMAND OF COMMANDS CHAPTERS 1, 2, AND 3 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2013 IN COMMAND OF COMMANDS Start PowerPoint Select Document Theme and Variant Select a Custom Font Size Change Text Color Add Additional Slides Insert Text Slide

More information

Creating a Slide Show in Microsoft PowerPoint (Multimedia Presentation)

Creating a Slide Show in Microsoft PowerPoint (Multimedia Presentation) 1 Creating a Slide Show in Microsoft PowerPoint (Multimedia Presentation) To Get Started Open PowerPoint Select Blank Presentation. Click Ok. Select a Layout for your first slide. Click Ok. Follow the

More information

Inserting a Video. When inserting a video from a website, you need to copy the embed code and paste it into this box.

Inserting a Video. When inserting a video from a website, you need to copy the embed code and paste it into this box. I n t e r m e d i a t e M i c r o s o f t P o w e r P o i n t 2 0 1 0 Inserting a Video To Insert a Video: Click on the insert tab and click the video option. If you choose video from a file, a dialogue

More information

Faculty and Staff Development Program. Welcome. Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Fundamentals Workshop

Faculty and Staff Development Program. Welcome. Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Fundamentals Workshop Faculty and Staff Development Program Welcome Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Fundamentals Workshop File: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Fundamentals Page 1 of 43 October 10, 2013 Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Fundamentals

More information

Basic Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Basic Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Introduction Basic Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint is a slideshow presentation program that is part of Microsoft Office. PowerPoint allows users to create slide show presentations. PowerPoint

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Custom Animation and Advanced Tools United States Coast Guard Computer Training

Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Custom Animation and Advanced Tools United States Coast Guard Computer Training Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Custom Animation and Advanced Tools United States Coast Guard Computer Training Level Three Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Custom Animation and Advanced Tools Written and Edited by

More information

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 Quick Reference Guide

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 Quick Reference Guide MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 Quick Reference Guide PowerPoint What is it? How is PowerPoint 2010 different from previous versions? PowerPoint is a computer program that allows you to create, edit and produce

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Workshop

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Workshop Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Workshop Course objectives: Create, edit, print and present PowerPoint shows Apply and customise design themes Modify slide layouts via the Slide Master Insert and manage graphics,

More information

PowerPoint Intermediate 2013

PowerPoint Intermediate 2013 PowerPoint Intermediate 2013 I. Creating a Slide Master A. Using the design feature of PowerPoint essentially sets up similar formatting for all of your slides within a presentation. However, there are

More information

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2011 WORK WITH MULTIMEDIA

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2011 WORK WITH MULTIMEDIA MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2011 WORK WITH MULTIMEDIA Lasted Edited: 2012-07-10 1 Add video to a slide... 3 Control playback of a movie... 5 Change the screen displayed of the video clip... 6 Format the video

More information

PowerPoint 2013 Part II

PowerPoint 2013 Part II PowerPoint 2013 Part II Photo Album The Photo Album tool is a quick and easy way to import a bunch of photos into a slideshow. This is especially helpful if you are creating a picture slideshow. Note:

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Starting PowerPoint... 2 PowerPoint Window Properties... 2 The Ribbon... 3 Default Tabs... 3 Contextual Tabs... 3 Minimizing and Restoring the Ribbon... 4 The Backstage View...

More information

Beginning PowerPoint: Hands-On Exercise (Windows 2007) Regent University

Beginning PowerPoint: Hands-On Exercise (Windows 2007) Regent University Beginning PowerPoint: Hands-On Exercise (Windows 2007) 10/1/02 (Creation Date) 03/09/2009 Regent University The Center for Teaching & Learning Beginning PowerPoint: Hands-On Exercise (Windows 2007) 1 1.

More information

Introduction to PowerPoint

Introduction to PowerPoint Contents What Is PowerPoint? 3 Opening PowerPoint 3 The PowerPoint Window 4 Creating A New Slideshow Using A Template 4 Adding A New Slide 6 Adding An Image 7 Adding A Movie Clip 9 Adding Text 10 Formatting

More information

Getting started with PowerPoint 2010

Getting started with PowerPoint 2010 Getting started with PowerPoint 2010 This document is a brief introduction to PowerPoint 2010. For help with using the Office 2010 interface, see Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2010. Creating a

More information

PowerPoint 2010 Project Two Assignment Sheet

PowerPoint 2010 Project Two Assignment Sheet PowerPoint 2010 Project Two Assignment Sheet In this project you will create an informational PowerPoint presentation for Open House or Back to School Night highlighting the information you feel is important

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Birmingham Public Library Regional Library Computer Center 2100 Park Place Birmingham, AL 35203 (205) 226-3680/226-3799 cenrtc@bham.lib.al.us rlccbpl.wordpress.com Revised 2/2013

More information

Powerful presentation solutions from Microsoft Make your presentations come alive with the incorporation of audio and video, action buttons, and

Powerful presentation solutions from Microsoft Make your presentations come alive with the incorporation of audio and video, action buttons, and Powerful presentation solutions from Microsoft Make your presentations come alive with the incorporation of audio and video, action buttons, and custom slide shows. When finished, create a ready-to-go

More information

Introduction to PowerPoint 2010

Introduction to PowerPoint 2010 Introduction to PowerPoint 2010 PowerPoint is a system in the Microsoft Office Suite that enables you to present information in office meetings, lectures and seminars to create maximum impact in a minimal

More information

PowerPoint 2016 Part II

PowerPoint 2016 Part II PowerPoint 2016 Part II Photo Album The Photo Album tool is a quick and easy way to import a folder of photos into a slideshow. This is especially helpful if you are creating a picture slideshow. Note:

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint Exercises 5

Microsoft PowerPoint Exercises 5 Microsoft PowerPoint Exercises 5 In these exercises we will get creative with some of the more advanced animation features. Exercise 1. Adding Animation 1) Open the file called.pptx This presentation file

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Using Action Buttons (Level 3)

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Using Action Buttons (Level 3) IT Training Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Using Action Buttons (Level 3) Contents Introduction Introduction... 1 Adding an Action Button to a Slide... 1 Setting Up the Action Settings... 2 Creating a Customised

More information

PowerPoint Tutorial 1: Creating a Presentation

PowerPoint Tutorial 1: Creating a Presentation PowerPoint Tutorial 1: Creating a Presentation Microsoft Office 2013 2013 Objectives Plan and create a new presentation Create a title slide and slides with bulleted lists Change the theme Open an existing

More information

Introduction to PowerPoint 2013 Contents

Introduction to PowerPoint 2013 Contents Introduction to PowerPoint 2013 Contents Introduction... 3 The PowerPoint Screen... 3 File Tab... 4 Ribbon... 4 Tabs... 4 Contextual Tabs... 5 Groups... 5 Command buttons... 5 More Button... 5 Dialog Box

More information

Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 PowerPoint Tutorial 1: Creating a Microsoft Office 2010 Objectives Plan and create a new presentation Create a title slide and slides with bulleted lists Change the theme Open an existing PowerPoint presentation

More information

Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5

Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5 Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5 University of Sheffield Contents 1. INTRODUCTION... 3 2. GETTING STARTED... 4 2.1 STARTING POWERPOINT... 4 3. THE USER INTERFACE...

More information

1. Oral Presentations

1. Oral Presentations Learning Development Service Introduction to PowerPoint: 1. Oral Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Dr Helen Dixon Information Services Teaching and Learning James Diffin Learning Development

More information

COURSE GUIDE. PowerPoint: Slideshow Basics. Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology GOUCHER COLLEGE

COURSE GUIDE. PowerPoint: Slideshow Basics. Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology GOUCHER COLLEGE COURSE GUIDE PowerPoint: Slideshow Basics Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology GOUCHER COLLEGE 410-337-6066 training@goucher.edu www.goucher.edu/training 2008 by Information Technology, Goucher

More information

PowerPoint Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Drop-Down Toolbars Ribbon Tabs Menu Bar Groups Insert Slide Show Home Dialog Launcher Arrow

PowerPoint Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Drop-Down Toolbars Ribbon Tabs Menu Bar Groups Insert Slide Show Home Dialog Launcher Arrow PowerPoint A presentation is a collection of information for delivery to a specific audience. A PowerPoint presentation is a collection of electronic slides which can contain text, tables, graphics, pictures,

More information

PowerPoint 2007/2010 Part II. Goal: Add a sound file to a presentation and have it play in the background for the entire presentation.

PowerPoint 2007/2010 Part II. Goal: Add a sound file to a presentation and have it play in the background for the entire presentation. PowerPoint 2007/2010 Part II Working with Multimedia Sound/Audio Goal: Add a sound file to a presentation and have it play in the background for the entire presentation. In 2007: Click on the Microsoft

More information

Animating a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

Animating a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation Animating a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation Table of Contents OVERVIEW OF ANIMATING TEXT AND OBJECTS... 1 APPLY A BUILT-IN ANIMATION EFFECT TO TEXT OR AN OBJECT... 2 CREATE AND APPLY A CUSTOM ANIMATION EFFECT

More information

COURSE GUIDE. PowerPoint: Mac Version. Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology GOUCHER COLLEGE

COURSE GUIDE. PowerPoint: Mac Version. Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology GOUCHER COLLEGE COURSE GUIDE PowerPoint: Mac Version Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology GOUCHER COLLEGE 410-337-6066 training@goucher.edu www.goucher.edu/training 2008 by Information Technology, Goucher College

More information

PowerPoint 2010 Project One Assignment Sheet

PowerPoint 2010 Project One Assignment Sheet PowerPoint 2010 Project One Assignment Sheet In this project you will create a PowerPoint presentation of important vocabulary words for your subject area. Your presentation will consist of eight slides.

More information

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 This class is designed to cover the following basics: Creating a presentation Adding new slides Applying design themes Adding text and content Animating text and

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 2 The PowerPoint Ribbon 1 4 3 Getting Started 1 Quick Access Tool Bar Contains shortcuts for commonly used tools. 2 Backstage View Contains tools to work with files and manage

More information

PowerPoint Lesson 1 Microsoft Word Basics

PowerPoint Lesson 1 Microsoft Word Basics Microsoft Word Basics Microsoft Office 2010 Introductory 1 Objectives Start PowerPoint, and understand the elements of the PowerPoint window. Open an existing presentation, and save it with a new name.

More information

POWERPOINT - ESSENTIALS

POWERPOINT - ESSENTIALS INFORM A TION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES POWERPOINT - ESSENTIALS LEARNING GUIDE Course Overview Welcome Feedback Purpose Learning outcomes Format Learning guide Information Technology Services is happy to provide

More information

PowerPoint 2007 Basics. Step by Step Guide

PowerPoint 2007 Basics. Step by Step Guide 1 PowerPoint 2007 Basics Step by Step Guide Camosun College AudioVisual Services, Summer 2008 Follow these steps to create a basic slide show with images, design, animations and transitions, and print

More information

Select the slide immediately BEFORE where you want the new slide. Click the down arrow next to the New Slide button on the Home tab

Select the slide immediately BEFORE where you want the new slide. Click the down arrow next to the New Slide button on the Home tab To Add Slides: Click the New Slide button (white piece of paper with the yellow sunburst) one time. The new slide will go after the slide you were clicked on. It will have the same layout as the slide

More information

Microsoft Office: PowerPoint Intro to PowerPoint

Microsoft Office: PowerPoint Intro to PowerPoint Microsoft Office: PowerPoint 2013 Intro to PowerPoint University Information Technology Services Training, Outreach and Learning Technologies Copyright 2014 KSU Department of University Information Technology

More information

PowerPoint: 2010 Animations

PowerPoint: 2010 Animations PowerPoint: 2010 Animations Angelo State University http://angelo.edu/learn_tech learning.technology@angelo.edu 942-2334 ext 6263 MCS-106 Overview Add transitions between slides... 3 Choose from a gallery

More information

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 for Windows Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 for Windows Introduction to PowerPoint University Information Technology Services Learning Technologies, Training & Audiovisual Outreach Copyright 2016 KSU Division of

More information

PowerPoint III 2007 Tutorial

PowerPoint III 2007 Tutorial Part of this tutorial was adapted from a tutorial by see its complete version at http://www.uwec.edu/help/ppoint07.htm http://staff.aub.edu.lb/~acc PowerPoint III 2007 Tutorial Slide animation... 1 Adding

More information

PowerPoint: Adding Audio, Video, and Animation

PowerPoint: Adding Audio, Video, and Animation PowerPoint: Adding Audio, Video, and Animation This document provides instructions for incorporating animation and multimedia into a PowerPoint presentation. Using Animation Animation applied to text or

More information

Microsoft Animations in PowerPoint Amarillo College Revision Date: September 17, 2008

Microsoft Animations in PowerPoint  Amarillo College Revision Date: September 17, 2008 Microsoft Amarillo College Revision Date: September 17, 2008 Table of Contents ANIMATION FOR BULLETED/NUMBERED LISTS... 1 ENTRANCE ANIMATION... 1 EMPHASIS ANIMATION... 2 EXIT ANIMATION... 2 MOTION PATHS...

More information

PowerPoint 2003 Fall 2004

PowerPoint 2003 Fall 2004 PowerPoint 2003 Fall 2004 I. INTRODUCTION... 1 II. GETTING STARTED... 1 A. The Mouse Pointer... 1 B. Screen Menus and Options... 1 1. Title Bar... 1 2. Windows Control Buttons... 2 3. Menu Bar... 2 4 Standard

More information

Introduction to PowerPoint 2013

Introduction to PowerPoint 2013 Introduction to PowerPoint 2013 Copyright 2016 Faculty and Staff Training, West Chester University. A member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. No portion of this document may be reproduced

More information

Williamsburg Regional Library Intermediate PowerPoint

Williamsburg Regional Library Intermediate PowerPoint Williamsburg Regional Library 2010 Intermediate PowerPoint Table of Contents Open PowerPoint for Templates... 4 Open PowerPoint for Themes... 4 Master Slide... 4 Editing Slide Masters... 4 Customizing

More information

PowerPoint 2013 Basics of Creating a PowerPoint Presentation

PowerPoint 2013 Basics of Creating a PowerPoint Presentation Revision 4 (01-31-2014) PowerPoint 2013 Basics of Creating a PowerPoint Presentation MICROSOFT POWERPOINT PowerPoint is software that lets you create visual presentations. PowerPoint presentations are

More information

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 This class is designed to cover the following basics: Creating a presentation Applying design themes Adding new slides Adding text and content Creating a background

More information

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 Navigating the PowerPoint 2013 Environment The Ribbon: The ribbon is where you will access a majority of the commands you will use to create and develop your presentation.

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Linking & Customising Presentations (Level 3)

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Linking & Customising Presentations (Level 3) IT Training Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Linking & Customising Presentations (Level 3) Contents Introduction Introduction... 1 Linking to an Existing Presentation... 1 Linking via a Hyperlink... 2 Linking

More information

University of Bolton.

University of Bolton. Text University of Bolton. The screen shots used in this workbook are from copyrighted licensed works and the copyright for them is most likely owned by the publishers of the content. It is believed that

More information

Working With Microsoft PowerPoint

Working With Microsoft PowerPoint LIBRARY AND LEARNING SERVICES WORKING WITH MICROSOFT POWERPOINT www2.eit.ac.nz/library/ls_computer.html Working With Microsoft PowerPoint Powerpoint Basics Inserting a Graph Inserting a Sound Saving your

More information

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 for Windows Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 for Windows Audio, Video & Presenting Your Presentation University Information Technology Services Learning Technologies, Training & Audiovisual Outreach Copyright 2016

More information

Microsoft Office XP 2007 Intermediate Power Point: Advanced capabilities

Microsoft Office XP 2007 Intermediate Power Point: Advanced capabilities Microsoft Office XP 2007 Intermediate Power Point: Advanced capabilities Objective 1: Review Screen Layout PowerPoint Intermediate 2007 offers a new user interface. The top portion of the window has a

More information

Microsoft Office: PowerPoint 2013

Microsoft Office: PowerPoint 2013 Microsoft Office: PowerPoint 2013 Audio, Video, and Presenting your Presentation University Information Technology Services Training, Outreach and Learning Technologies Copyright 2014 KSU Department of

More information

Beginning PowerPoint: 2007 A Presentation Software

Beginning PowerPoint: 2007 A Presentation Software Beginning PowerPoint: 2007 A Presentation Software Objective 1: Review Screen Layout PowerPoint 2007 offers a new user interface. The top portion of the window has a new structure for PowerPoint commands.

More information

Jazzing Up PowerPoint Presentations with Animations

Jazzing Up PowerPoint Presentations with Animations Jazzing Up PowerPoint Presentations with Animations This document provides instructions for applying animations in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Opening Comments about Animation Animation applied to text

More information

Creating a Presentation with PowerPoint 2003. I. Introduction. II. Getting Started in PowerPoint

Creating a Presentation with PowerPoint 2003. I. Introduction. II. Getting Started in PowerPoint Creating a Presentation with PowerPoint 2003 I. Introduction With PowerPoint 2003 you can produce professional-looking on-screen presentations and handouts. When you create your presentation, you can use

More information

Microsoft. PowerPoint Microsoft Office PowerPoint Lesson 5: Enhancing Presentations Courseware #: 3246

Microsoft. PowerPoint Microsoft Office PowerPoint Lesson 5: Enhancing Presentations Courseware #: 3246 Microsoft Office Lesson 5: Enhancing Presentations Courseware #: 3246 Lesson Objectives animate slide elements apply slide transitions adjust animation timing edit a slide master enter presenter notes

More information

Microsoft Office XP Intermediate Power Point: Advanced capabilities

Microsoft Office XP Intermediate Power Point: Advanced capabilities Microsoft Office XP Intermediate Power Point: Advanced capabilities Objective 1: Format presentation using slide masters. Slide Masters Every presentation has slide masters that control the overall appearance

More information

ECDL. European Computer Driving Licence. ECDL Presentation BCS ITQ L2 Presentation Software. Syllabus Version 5.0

ECDL. European Computer Driving Licence. ECDL Presentation BCS ITQ L2 Presentation Software. Syllabus Version 5.0 ECDL European Computer Driving Licence ECDL Presentation BCS ITQ L2 Presentation Software Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Syllabus Version 5.0 This training, which has been approved by BCS, The Chartered

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 University Academic Computing Technologies Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Advanced session Prepared by: Mohamed elfadly 1 1. Working with tables a) Modifying Tables b) Table Styles 2. Inserting Videos 3. Working

More information

PowerPoint XP Advanced

PowerPoint XP Advanced PowerPoint XP Advanced ESC Region XV Presented by Traci Terrill traci.terrill@netxv.net Advanced PowerPoint XP Table of Contents Using the Slide Master...3 Title Slide Master...5 Using the Drawing Toolbar...6

More information

PowerPoint Basics (Office XP / Windows 2003 / Macintosh)

PowerPoint Basics (Office XP / Windows 2003 / Macintosh) PowerPoint Basics (Office XP / Windows 2003 / Macintosh) Microsoft PowerPoint is software that allows you to create custom presentations incorporating text, color, graphics, and animation. PowerPoint (PP)

More information

MS Office PowerPoint 2013

MS Office PowerPoint 2013 Presentation Software Level 1 PP1 (3 credits) MS Office PowerPoint 2013 Reference Guide Gwent ACL Partnership August 2015 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 OPEN POWERPOINT 3 PLAN A PRESENTATION 4 CREATE A PRESENTATION

More information

1.) PowerPoint 2007: Basic Look and Feel In Office 2007 toolbars are no longer used. Functions and utilities are organized by Ribbons:

1.) PowerPoint 2007: Basic Look and Feel In Office 2007 toolbars are no longer used. Functions and utilities are organized by Ribbons: 1.) PowerPoint 2007: Basic Look and Feel In Office 2007 toolbars are no longer used. Functions and utilities are organized by Ribbons: Office Button Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon Tabs More options can be

More information

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT : SMART SHORTCUTS AND EXPERT SECRETS

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT : SMART SHORTCUTS AND EXPERT SECRETS PRESENTED BY ROCKHURST WEBINAR MICROSOFT POWERPOINT : SMART SHORTCUTS AND EXPERT SECRETS Participant Notebook SERIES, A DIVISION OF ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTER, INC. Copyright National

More information

PowerPoint XP. 1. Opening PowerPoint and Creating a new document: A. Opening PowerPoint: Double click the PowerPoint icon

PowerPoint XP. 1. Opening PowerPoint and Creating a new document: A. Opening PowerPoint: Double click the PowerPoint icon 1 PowerPoint XP 1. Opening PowerPoint and Creating a new document: A. Opening PowerPoint: Double click the PowerPoint icon OR >Start >Programs >Microsoft PowerPoint B. Starting a new document in PowerPoint:

More information

Animation in PowerPoint 2010

Animation in PowerPoint 2010 Animation in PowerPoint 2010 In PowerPoint you can animate text and objects such as clip art, shapes, and pictures. Animation, or movement, on the slide can be used to draw the audience's attention to

More information

PowerPoint 2013: Inserting Audio

PowerPoint 2013: Inserting Audio PowerPoint 2013: Inserting Audio PowerPoint allows you to add audio to your presentation. For example, you could add background music to one slide, a sound effect to another, and even record your own narration

More information

PowerPoint 2013: Basic Skills

PowerPoint 2013: Basic Skills PowerPoint 2013: Basic Skills Information Technology September 1, 2014 1 P a g e Getting Started There are a variety of ways to start using PowerPoint software. You can click on a shortcut on your desktop

More information

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2013

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2013 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2013 STARTING POWERPOINT 2013 1. Click the Start button. 2. Click All Programs. 3. Click Microsoft Office. 4. Select Microsoft Office PowerPoint. DESIGN THEMES AND BACKGROUNDS 1. When

More information

PowerPoint XP Basics 1. Go to the Start Menu/Programs/PowerPoint 2. Navigating around the screen: Slides Tab Slide Pane Task Pane Slide Show Menu

PowerPoint XP Basics 1. Go to the Start Menu/Programs/PowerPoint 2. Navigating around the screen: Slides Tab Slide Pane Task Pane Slide Show Menu 1. Go to the Start Menu/Programs/PowerPoint 2. Navigating around the screen: Slides Tab Slide Pane Slide Show Menu Task Pane View Buttons Notes Pane Status Bar 3. Creating a presentation Click Blank Presentation

More information

PowerPoint XP Basics For Beginners. Features of Presentation Software

PowerPoint XP Basics For Beginners. Features of Presentation Software PowerPoint XP Basics For Beginners A presentation graphics program is a computer program you use to organize and present information. Whether you are presenting content concepts to your class or making

More information

PowerPoint 2007: Animations Contents

PowerPoint 2007: Animations Contents PowerPoint 2007: Animations Contents Add transitions between slides... 1 Choose from a gallery of slide transitions... 1 Add the same slide transition to all of the slides in your presentation... 1 Add

More information

GETTING STARTED WITH POWERPOINT 2010

GETTING STARTED WITH POWERPOINT 2010 GETTING STARTED WITH POWERPOINT 2010 PRESENTATIONS A presentation is a collection of data and information that is to be delivered to a specific audience. A PowerPoint presentation is a collection of electronic

More information

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2007

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2007 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2007 WHAT IS POWERPOINT? Presentation software that allows you to Create slides, handouts, notes, and outlines. Slide shows can include text, graphics, video, animation, sound and

More information

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 ADD MULTIMEDIA INTO PRESENTATION

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 ADD MULTIMEDIA INTO PRESENTATION MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 ADD MULTIMEDIA INTO PRESENTATION Lasted Edited: 2012-07-09 1 Work with audio clip... 3 Add and play an audio clip... 3 Modify the behavior of the audio file... 5 Work with video...

More information

POWER BASICS. Creating a slide from scratch. Adding text to a slide. Adding another slide. Saving Your Presentation.

POWER BASICS. Creating a slide from scratch. Adding text to a slide. Adding another slide. Saving Your Presentation. Creating a slide from scratch POWER BASICS 1. Open the PowerPoint program. The PowerPoint dialog box appears. 2. In the PowerPoint dialog box, click the Blank Presentation option button. The New Slide

More information

PowerPoint 2007: Animation Learning Guide

PowerPoint 2007: Animation Learning Guide PowerPoint 2007: Animation Learning Guide What kinds of animations can I use? PowerPoint offers two different kinds of animations: Text and object animations control the way in which content appears on

More information