2 The Toolbar The PowerPoint 2007 interface represents the biggest change Microsoft Corp. has made to the look and feel of the program and to how you get to its myriad features. No matter what you do -- from creating new presentations to editing styles, creating animations or even just using a menu -- you ll find things have changed. Here s a quick guided tour to the PowerPoint 2007 interface: 1. The Microsoft Office button. The big button on the upper left-hand corner of the screen replaces the old File menu from previous versions of PowerPoint. You ll find familiar features for opening files, saving files, printing files and so on, but there s a lot more here as well, as you ll discover later in this guide. 2. The Quick Access toolbar. To the right of the Office button is the Quick Access toolbar, with buttons for using PowerPoint s most common features, including Save, Undo, Redo, Quick Print, Print Preview, showing a slide show from the beginning and more. You can add and remove buttons for any functions you please. More on that later as well. 3. The Ribbon. Love it or hate it, the Ribbon is the main way you ll work with PowerPoint. Instead of old-style menus, in which the menus have submenus, and the submenus have subsubmenus and so on, the Ribbon groups small icons for common tasks together in tabs on a big, well, ribbon. So, for example, when you click the Insert tab, the Ribbon appears with buttons for items that you can insert into a presentation, such as a picture, clip art, a chart, movies or audio clips. 4. The View toolbar. There are no longer several sets of toolbars at the bottom of PowerPoint; their functions have been replaced by the Ribbon. The View toolbar, which used to be at the bottom of the slide sorter, has been moved to the bottom of the screen. It lets you choose between Normal, Slide Sorter and Slide Show modes. There s also a slider that lets you zoom in or out of your presentation or individual slides.
3 The Ribbon The Ribbon, by default, is divided into seven tabs, with an optional eighth one (Developer) that you can display by clicking the Office button and choosing PowerPoint Options > Popular > Show Developer tab in the Ribbon. Here s a rundown of the main tabs and what each one does: Home: This contains commonly used PowerPoint features, such as creating new slides, changing layouts, deleting slides, formatting text and paragraphs, inserting shapes, and creating drawings. Insert: As you might guess, this one handles anything you might want to insert into a presentation, such as pictures, clip art, charts, tables, movies, audio clips, photo albums (a new PowerPoint feature), headers and footers, text boxes, WordArt. Design: Here s where you ll apply different themes to your presentation; change colors, fonts and effects; select background styles; change the slide orientation and page setup; and so on. Animations: A more accurate name for this might be transitions, because it lets you control the animations used as transitions between slides. Creating transitions is now exceptionally easy: All you need to do is hover your mouse over an icon representation of a particular transition on this tab, and you ll see a live preview of that transition. You can also create custom animations, change transition sounds and speeds, and make other changes to animations as well. Slide Show: Here s where you ll accomplish whatever you need to do with your slide show -- set it up, create a custom slide show, preview it from the beginning or current slide, rehearse your narration and timings, change the resolution, and so on. Review: Need to check spelling and grammar, look up a word in a thesaurus, mark up a presentation with comments, or review other people s markups? This is the tab for you. View: Here s where to go when you want to change the view in any way, including changing presentation views -- such as slide master, handout master, notes master and slide sorter. You can also show or hide a ruler and gridlines; zoom in and out; choose from color, gray scale, or black and white; and display windows as either split or cascaded. Developer: If you write or use macros, this is your tab. It also lets you insert controls such as buttons and text boxes, if you have written code for them.
4 The Ribbon - Context Sensitive As you can see above, each of these tabs along the Ribbon is organized into a series of groups that contain related commands for getting a specific task done -- for example, handling fonts. Inside each group is a set of what Microsoft calls command buttons, which carry out commands and display menus. In the example, the featured command button changes the font size of the presentation. There s also a small diagonal arrow in the bottom-right corner of some groups that Microsoft calls a dialog box launcher. Click it to display more options related to the group. All that seems simple enough... however. The Ribbon is context-sensitive; it changes according to what you re doing. Depending on the task you re engaged in, it sometimes adds more tabs, subtabs and supertitles. These tabs appear only when you need them. For example, when you highlight a picture, the Picture Tools supertitle appears. Click the Format tab when Picture Tools appears, and several new groups appear, including Adjust, Picture Styles, Arrange and Size, which let you edit and format the picture. Other now you see them, now you don t supertitles include Chart Tools, Table Tools and SmartArt Tools -- all of which appear in response to various actions you take in PowerPoint.
5 The Office Button Think of the Office button as a greatly expanded File menu from the PowerPoint 2003 days -- the File menu on steroids. This is where to go for the various Open, Save, New, Print and related options and includes a list of all your recently opened files. But there are two particularly noteworthy new features here as well -- Prepare and Publish. Publish does exactly what it says: It gives options for publishing a document. If your company uses a document management server or SharePoint, you can publish it there. Another Publish option lets you package a presentation by copying the presentation and links to a folder that you can then burn to a CD. And yet another option lets you open the presentation in Word, where you can create custom handout pages. Use Prepare when you ve finished your presentation and are ready to share it with others. There are plenty of great options here, such as marking a document as final, encrypting the document, inspecting it for hidden metadata and information you d prefer remain private, and adding a digital signature. Because PowerPoint 2007 isn t yet widely deployed, a particularly useful feature here is running the Compatibility Checker, which will let you know whether your presentation contains features not supported by earlier PowerPoint versions.
6 The Office Button - Customise For those who like to fiddle with the PowerPoint interface and how it works, the PowerPoint Options button, located at the bottom of the Office button s box, lets you customize PowerPoint in many ways, including determining your overall color scheme and how the slide show should work. It has many of the features that you accessed via Tools > Options in previous versions of PowerPoint, plus more. It s far better organized and easier to use than Tools > Options was. Even those who can t stand the PowerPoint makeover and the Ribbon will find at least one thing to cheer about -- the Quick Access toolbar. This nifty little tool seems innocuous enough, but spend some time with it, and you ll be impressed. The three buttons on the left -- Save, Undo and Redo -- are useful but not particularly noteworthy. But you can add buttons to the Quick Access toolbar so that just about any PowerPoint feature or option will be available on it. There are several ways to do this. To the right of the Redo button, the nearly invisible Down arrow is the key to the Quick Access toolbar. Click it, and you ll be able to add and remove tool-bar buttons for a preset list of 10 commands. To add buttons for additional commands, select More Commands from this list. The screen below appears. (You can also get to this screen by clicking the Office button and choosing PowerPoint Options > Customize.) Choose a command that you want to add to the Quick Access toolbar from the left-hand side of the screen and click Add. You can change the order of the buttons by highlighting a button on the right side of the screen and using the Up and Down arrows to move it. The list of commands you see on the left may seem somewhat limited at first. That s because PowerPoint is showing you only the most popular commands. There are plenty of others you can add. Click the drop-down menu under Choose commands from at the top of the screen, and you ll see other lists of commands -- All Commands, Home Tab and so on. Select any option, and you ll see plenty more commands you can add.
7 Saving On the Quick Access Toolbar, click Save, or press CTRL+S. Type a name for the document, and then click Save. Powerpoint saves the document in a default location. To save the document in a different location, select another folder in the Favorite Links if your computer is running Windows Vista, or in the Save in list if your computer is running Microsoft Windows XP. If you want to change the default location where Powerpoint saves documents, adjust the settings for saving documents. Format Powerpoint Document (pptx) - Powerpoint 2007 format, can only be opened in Powerpoint 2007 Powerpoint Document (ppt) - Standard format can be opened in Powerpoint 2007 and all other versions of Powerpoint. If you are not sure which version of Powerpoint you have at home use this version.
8 Open and Recover If a file has been damaged and you cannot open it by normal means, you may be able to recover its content by using the Open and Repair feature. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Open. Browse to the file that you want to recover, and click it (do not double-click it). Click the arrow next to the Open button, and then click Open and Repair. Printing Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Print. Keyboard shortcut - To display the Print dialog box, press CTRL+P. Click the options that you want, such as the number of slides or which slides you want to print. Applies to programs that use the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface: To print without using the Print dialog box, click the Microsoft Office Button, point to the arrow next to Print, and then click Quick Print.
9 Keyboard Shortcuts If you re a fan of PowerPoint 2003 s keyboard shortcuts, take heart -- most of them still work in So keep using them. You can also use a clever set of keyboard shortcuts for working with the Ribbon. Press the Alt key, and a tiny letter or number icon appears on the menu for each tab -- for example, the letter H for the Home tab. (See the above below.) Using the Alt key helps you master the Ribbon.Now press that letter on your keyboard, and you ll display that tab or menu item. When the tab appears, there will be letters and numbers for most options on the tab as well. PowerPoint 2007 Alt key combinations Key combination Function Alt-F Office button Alt-H Home tab Alt-N Insert tab Alt-G Design tab Alt-A Animations tab Alt-S Slide Show tab Alt-R Review tab Alt-W View tab Alt-L Developer tab Once you ve started to learn these shortcuts, you ll naturally begin using key combinations. So instead of pressing Alt, then H to display the home tab, you can press Alt-H together
10 Smart Art In PowerPoint 2007, you get far better prebuilt diagrams and charts via SmartArt. From the Insert tab, click SmartArt, and you ll be able to insert a wide variety of diagrams and charts, as you can see in the figure below. Click any of the available diagrams or charts, and you ll get a description of what it s best used for and how to use it. SmartArt offers many new types of diagrams and charts.in addition, you can add a variety of effects, such as gradients and 3-D effects, to SmartArt and other PowerPoint graphics. You can also convert existing content to SmartArt, for example, by right-clicking a bulleted list and selecting Convert to SmartArt. You ll then be able to port the list into a prebuilt SmartArt template. Custom Slide Layouts You can now create and save customized layouts for your presentations, including charts, movies, tables, pictures, SmartArt, clip art and other elements. You can also create and save multiple slide master sets that contain different customized layouts for different topics. You get to it from the View tab by clicking on Slide Master. From there, you can create and save new custom layouts.
11 File Format Under the hood, one the biggest changes to PowerPoint is the new Office XML format -- all Microsoft Office applications now use it. By default, PowerPoint saves in this new format, which has the.pptx extension, or the.pptm extension if the document contains macros. In addition, the new format makes it easier to recover damaged files because it saves different data components -- such as tables and charts -- separately from one another. This means files can be opened even if an individual component, such as a chart, is damaged. That s the good news. Here s the bad news: Most of the world doesn t use the new format and won t for some time. If you create a presentation and save it in the PowerPoint 2007 format, no one with a previous version of PowerPoint will be able to view it. To save your presentations for these users, click the Office button and choose Save As > Power- Point Presentation. Themes One of the most welcome new features is Themes, which allows you to quickly apply common colors, backgrounds and fonts to all elements of a presentation for a unified look. In previous PowerPoint versions, you had to make those changes separately for charts, tables and slides, which was time-consuming and difficult and could lead to errors. To apply a theme to a presentation, click the Design tab and roll your mouse over each theme in the Ribbon to see how each will look. Each theme will be applied to the main document itself as you roll your mouse over it. When you find a theme you like, click it to keep it. Be aware that Themes only work if you re using PowerPoint s new Office XML format; they won t work on old-style.ppt files.
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