1 Intro to MS PowerPoint Developing an Electronic Presentation Distance Learning Chapman 633/632 (860) Workshop Web Site /Educational_Technology_Training.asp Disclaimer: This document created by Distance Learning department at Middlesex Community College, Middletown, Connecticut. Use of any page without permission is strictly prohibited All rights reserved. Middlesex Community College
2 Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007 Introduction to PowerPoint PowerPoint Window and Tools Create a Presentation with a Design Modify a Design Customize a Design
3 Introduction to PowerPoint An electronic presentation with text, hypertext, graphics, sound, animations, charts, video clips, etc. Import MS-Word tables, Excel spreadsheets or charts. Save a presentation as web pages. Example of a presentation (bslide, Yi-DL) Views, slides, changing slides Ways of view slides Normal view, slide sorter view, slide show. Use Esc to stop a slide show. Yi DL and bslide -Designed background, photos, animated text, manual/auto slide show.
4 PowerPoint Window Open PowerPoint Start-Programs-Microsoft-PowerPoint 2007 Go to Office Button and select Open. PowerPoint Windows Outline window, slide window, notes window, minimize, resize, close, move windows around, change window sizes, zoom. Normal view, Slide Sorter view, Slide Show. Change slides
5 PowerPoint Window New Features Office Button, Quick Access Toolbar, Tab Bar, Ribbon Slides/Outline Slide Pane Note Pane Change Window Size Status Bar Change Page
6 View Options Normal View Outline/Slides Tabs, Slide Pane, and Note Pane Outline/Slides Tabs outline view and slides view. Slide Sorter View Overview of all slides, Re-order slides, Change slide transition. Slide Show View Show a presentation.
7 MS Office Button, Quick Access Toolbar MS Office Button New Open Save Save As PowerPoint Presentation (.ppt) PowerPoint presentation (.pptx) Print Send: , as.pdf Attachment Close Quick Access Toolbar Save Undo Check Spelling
8 Home Ribbon Basic Tools A ribbon contains groups of tools or shortcuts for certain actions. Each tab opens a ribbon, a group of commands. Home Ribbon Formatting Tools Clipboard: Cut, Copy, Paste, Format Painter Slides: New Slide, Layout, Delete Font: Font, Size, Color, Clear all Formatting, etc. Paragraph: alignment, text direction, etc. Drawing: Shape Fill, Shape Outline, Shape Effects, Quick Styles, Arrange, etc. Editing: Find, Replace, Select.
9 Steps of Making a PowerPoint Presentation Create a new presentation. Create a Title slide and content slides. Enter a Title and a subtitle of presentation. Enter a title with content in each of slides. Choose a theme. Add pictures, charts, or hypertext if necessary. Add a transition between slides. Add an animation in a slide if necessary. Order of gradually display text, pictures, charts, etc. Show a presentation Manually advancing a slide is default, used for a presentation, a lecture, etc.. If necessary, set up an automatic show, used for a demo.
10 Create a New Presentation Start-Programs-Microsoft Office-Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 MS PowerPoint opens a new presentation file. When you have already opened a PowerPoint file, but would like to create a new presentation. Go to Office Button, select New. Keep Blank and recent and Blank Presentation in place. Click on Create.
11 Presentation Title Slide A new presentation opens a blank Title slide. Click on the Title box and type a presentation title. Click on the subtitle box to type a subtitle. Move a text box: click on the text box and drag a border of the text box. Resize a text box: click on the text box and drag a corner handle of the box or a middle handle of a border.
12 Create a New Slide with a Layout In Home Tab and Slides group, click on New Slide icon. The default layout for a new slide has a title box and a content box. If you would like to choose a different layout in a new slide, press the arrow on New Slide icon and choose a layout. Exercise: Create a new slide in default layout. Create a new slide in Comparison layout.
13 Enter Content Text in a Slide Click the title box and type a slide title. Click the content box and type first line/paragraph. Hit enter key to start a line/paragraph. Use Tab key to indent the line/paragraph to next level. Type text. Hit enter key to start a line/paragraph. Use Shift + Tab to out-dent the next line/paragraph to previous level and type text. Hit enter key. Use Tab to change to the next level of text. Use Shift + Tab to bring back to a level of text. Font size is adjusted as you type.
14 Modify Text in a Slide Click on a text box to activate the box. Highlight the text and use formatting tools in Home Tab to make changes on font style and size, text alignment, etc. Move a text box - drag a border of the text box. Resize a text box - drag a corner handle of the text box. Resizing a text box may change the font size automatically.
15 Enter Text in Outline View You may enter text in Outline view. In Slide/Outline window Select Outline tab. Click on the last letter of the last line in your slide. Hit Enter to start a new line. Press Shift + Tab to move the cursor to the beginning of a slide. Type the title of the slide. Hit Enter to start a new line. Use Tab key to indent the line. This allows you type text in content text box. Type text. Hit Enter to start a new line. Use Enter key to start a new line/paragraph or a new slide. A new slide starts at first level of text. Use Tab key to advance a level of text. Use Shift + Tab to bring back to a level of text. Double-click on a slide icon to expand or collapse content of a slide.
16 Choose a Design Theme You are advised to create minimum three slides before you choose a design theme. You may choose a design theme at anytime, but a new design theme may change font, font size, bullets, text alignment, etc. Click on Design tab to activate Design Ribbon. Choose a theme.
17 Insert a Clip Art in a Slide Insert Tab -Clip Art Type a search keyword in Search For box and click Go button. A group of pictures related to the keyword are displayed. Click on a picture of your choice to bring it to the slide.
18 Insert a Clip Art on Office Online Insert Tab Clip Art icon Click on Clip art on Office Online link (bottom right corner). A new window opens the MS Office Online Clipart site. Type a search keyword in Search box. Click on Search button. A group of pictures display. You may click on a navigation arrow to advance to next page of pictures. Underneath a picture you would like to choose, check the selection box. You may choose more than one picture download all at once. Click on Download button. At next page, click on Click on Open button in File Download window. It opens up Microsoft Clip Organizer window.
19 Microsoft Clip Organizer In Microsoft Clip Organizer window The pictures downloaded are displayed. The downloaded pictures are imported to a category folder. If the pictures you selected are classified into various categories, you only see the pictures in one category. To see all pictures you downloaded, click on Downloaded Clip folder in the left split window. Click on the right bar of the picture you would like to insert, a menu displays. Click on Copy. Right - click on the active slide that you would like to insert the picture. Click on Paste icon. The pictures you downloaded can be later accessed via Microsoft Clip Organizer. To open Microsoft Clip Organizer in a slide Normal view, activate Insert Tab, click on Clip Art icon. Click on Organize Clips link (bottom right corner).
20 Resize, Move, and Rotate a Picture Drag a corner handle to resize a picture proportionally. Drag a middle handle to resize a picture on one dimension. Point at a picture and drag to move it. Drag the rotation handle (green fill-in circle) to rotate a picture.
21 Insert a Picture to a Slide Insert Tab Picture icon computer. -Locate the picture file stored on your Double-click the picture file to bring it to your slide. Or select the picture file and click Insert button.
22 Add a Transition Between Slides Click on Animation Tab. Select a transition in Transition to This Slide group. You may choose a speed in Transition Speed box. To use the same transition for all slides, click Apply to All button. Add a transition among a group of selected slides In Slide Sorter view, select the first slide, hold Shift key and select the last slide. Choose a transition.
23 Animation Text, Objects An animation allows to display a slide content by paragraphs. In Animations Tab For text, click on a paragraph within the text box. Click on the down arrow in Animate box. There are three animations listed, Fade, Wipe, or fly In. Each animation may have a choice of either showing all text at once or by 1 st Level Paragraphs.. Click on an animation of your choice: Fade, Wipe, or Fly In. Decide one of the three animations you would like to use and click on either All at Once or By 1 st Level Paragraphs. Click on Preview icon to preview text animation. For an object, such as a picture. Select the picture. In Animate box, select an animation. Objects can be pictures, charts, diagrams, etc. The animation you choose applies to the text or the object you select.
24 Animate Multiple Objects, Custom Animation Animate multiple objects CRTL + All, select all objects in a slide. Select one object, press CRTL and select another object. In Animations Tab, select an animation. Custom Animation After all the objects have been applied to an animation, you can reorder them or change how you would like an object to animate (on mouse click or continue on the previous slide). In Animations Tab, select Custom Animation. In the Custom Animation window, select an object Re-Order Click on up or down arrow to reorder. Change the way to start an animation. Choose a method (Mouse Click or With Previous) in Start: box. Speed Choose a speed in Speed box.
25 PowerPoint Notes Use of notes may serve as a reminder when you are conducting a presentation. You may create a note for a slide, print it out, and refer to it during your presentation. Drag the bottom border of the slide window till you have enough space to type notes in Note Pane. Type notes. Notes you entered have limited formatting.
26 Print Slides Office Button - Print In the Print What box, select Slides. Select Pure Black and White for Black and White printing. This is commonly used to print a PowerPoint slide one slide a page.
27 Print Handouts Office Button-Print In Print What box, select Handouts. Select Pure Black and White. Select a number (2,3,4,6,9) for the number of Slides per pages. 3 prints slides as shown here:
28 Print Notes Office Button -Print In Print What box. select Notes Pages and select Pure Black and White. The note will look like this.
29 Show a Presentation Manually Before you start showing a presentation, make sure you navigate to the Title Slide (first slide) in Normal View. Click on Show Slide icon at the bottom right corner of PowerPoint window. To advance a slide, click on mouse or press the right arrow key. To show a previous slide, press the left arrow key. Press Esc key to stop a presentation. Use Slide Show Toolbar In Slide Show view, there are four tools shown at the bottom left corner. Go to the previous slide or next slide. Use a pen to draw on a slide. Choose a slide to display.
30 Show a Presentation Automatically In Slide Show Tab, Set Up group, click on Set Up Slide Show icon. Check and click on OK. Two ways of showing a presentation automatically. Show a presentation with a rehearsed timing. In Slide Show Tab, click on Rehearse Timings. Click the mouse to time the advancement of all slides. In the end, click Yes when prompted if you want to save the timing and you would like to save the rehearsed timing for all slides. Click on Show Slide icon to show the presentation. Show a presentation with a set time on all slides. In Animation Tab, under Advance Slide Check Automatically After and select a time such as 3 seconds. Uncheck On Mouse Click. Click on Apply to All to apply 3 seconds time frame to all slide.
31 Turn Off the Timing Turn off the rehearsed timing. In Slide Show Tab, select Set Up Slide Show icon. Under Show Options, uncheck Loop continuously until Esc. Under Advance slides, check Manually. Click OK. Turn off a Set Time on all slides. In Animations Tab. Under Advance slide, check On Mouse Click, and uncheck Automatically after. Click on Apply to All.
32 Add Hyperlink Hyperlinks can be added to text or a picture. Highlight a word/phrase or a picture. Click on Insert Tab and click on Hyperlink icon. Type the URL (web address) in the Address box. Click OK. A hyperlink only works in Slide Show view. To test the hyperlink, click on Slide Show icon
33 PowerPoint Drawing Tools In Home Tab Drawing Group Select a shape, draw a shape Shape Fill, a color of a shape. Shape Outline, color for an outline of a shape. Shape Effects, an effect of a shape. Quick Styles, a pre-designed style of a shape. In Insert Tab Explore WordArt and SmartArt WordArt - select a word art, click on the text box and type text. SmartArt - select a diagram and click on OK. Change the size of a shape
34 Modify a Design In Design Tab Color, change to a new theme color. Applies to colors of text, hypertext, background color, etc. Fonts, change to a set of new theme fonts. Effects, change to a theme effect. Effects only apply to pictures and shapes.
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