1 Interactive Voting System IVS-Basic IVS-Professional 4.4
3 Manual IVS-Basic 4.4 IVS-Professional
4 Interactive Voting System The Interactive Voting System (IVS ) is an interactive means of making presentations and improving communication in all types of groups. It facilitates contact between speakers and listeners. The listener is able to react to the speaker and the speaker is able to respond in turn, thus creating an interaction. In this way, the passive listener becomes an active participant, which allows him to take greater part in the speaker s presentation. IVS consists of a network of keypads that pass on information to the cluster. This cluster collects the data and sends it to the software. The IVS software saves the information and presents the data in charts. The IVS knows many applications. Besides support for congresses and seminars where the opinion of the entire group is measured, IVS offers several other possibilities: Evaluation of a meeting By evaluating a meeting with IVS the data is immediately available. Therefore the processing and reporting can be done much faster. Giving feedback to the audience is, in this case, not always wanted or needed. With IVS you can decide whether you want to show the results immediately in a chart or evaluate the results afterwards. Measuring consensus If you want to know whether there is a basis for a decision within the company or within a group, you can use a rating question. Besides the results for the given ratings, this question also displays the mean value and the deviation. By first asking a reference question, e.g. In which sector are you employed, you can determine if there is a basis for the decision within a certain group. Knowledge check Within IVS you can set up a correct answer. Per question you can set up multiple correct answers. This way it is possible to measure the knowledge level of the audience. This methodology is used in education and training situations. It is also possible to measure whether a group of people is informed about the changes within a company or within a specialty. Research IVS stores the results of every keypad individually. This means that the system is anonymous but that it is possible to tell which participant voted what on a question. The results can be exported to a spreadsheet application (like Microsoft Excel) or to a statistical application (like SPSS Statistics). This way it is possible to easily gain lots of information. 4
5 Introduction There are several software packages available to make use of the interactive voting system. These packages are used to make a presentation, that is also known as a script. A script contains a series of slides, that allow you to ask the questions. It is also possible to add text, images or videos to the slides, for instance to clarify a question. IVS-Professional is the most used software package of the available IVS software. With IVS-Professional it is possible to ask both anonymous and identified questions. By voting anonymously, you can, for example, ask opinion questions, that only display the results of the total group. With an identified voting, you can ask knowledge questions, or even play a quiz, that can display the results per individual participant, or per group of participants. When you have an identified voting, IVS-Professional also offers the possibility of assigning vote weights to the participants. This makes the software extremely suitable for supporting shareholders meetings. The basic features, such as crossing the results with a reference question, and comparing the results of different questions, are also available in IVS-Professional. IVS-Basic is the software package that only allows for an anonymous voting. It is not possible to display the results of the individual participants. The basic features include, among other things, comparing questions, and crossing a question with a reference question. By comparing questions, the results of two or more questions are displayed next to each other in the same chart. But is it also possible to show the results of different questions in multiple charts, displayed next to each other. By crossing a question, the total results of a question are split up in separate references, that were previously determined by asking a reference question. IVS-PowerPoint is a software package that can be used as a plug-in in Microsoft Power- Point. This allows you to easily add slides to a PowerPoint presentation, that show a question and allow you to vote. Naturally, all options of PowerPoint are at your disposal. The IVS-plug-in allows you to vote, cross results and compare results. This manual describes how to use IVS-Professional to make a script. However, you can also use this manual for IVS-Basic, because to a large extend, both packages have the same functionality. For IVS-PowerPoint, a separate manual is available. When a certain option is only applicable to IVS-Professional, this will be indicated by the IVS-Professional icon. The section explaining this option will be indented. When an entire chapter is only applicable to IVS-Professional, the IVS- 5
6 Professional icon will be displayed only next to the first section. You can use this manual as a textbook. You start with the first chapter, which explains how you can easily create a script with a question and answers. The following chapters describe how to extend the script, so that it can be used in a variety of application. Next, the manual explains how to connect the network and how you can vote with your script. Finally, with the aid of an example script, you will learn how to display the results of the various participants, and how to show the score of the individual participants or of groups of participants. Every chapter contains a number of steps, for example: Select the template Default and click OK to create a new script. You can perform these steps to create an example script, as described in this manual. By means of this example script you learn the various possibilities of IVS and the IVS software. 6
7 Table of contents Interactive Voting System... 4 Introduction... 5 Table of contents... 7 Making a script Starting with a template Making a question Adding answers Adding a result diagram Saving the script Using background slides Go to the background slide Inserting an image Selecting objects Moving objects To the normal slides Working with results Importing example results Making up the result diagram Setting up the chart Settings for crossing and comparing Setting up the font Changing the layout of the slide Enlarging and reducing objects Positioning answers Selecting more than one object Aligning objects Deselecting objects Distributing objects Customizing the slide Setting up the background Changing texts Making a new slide The template Go to the template Customizing the slide Customizing the result diagram Changing the bar colors Moving answers
8 Using the grid Customizing the texts To the standard slides Reapplying the template Aligning answers Saving the template Saving the script Asking a reference question Inserting a reference question The properties of a question A second reference question Asking a rating question A rating question with answers Inserting a fixed set of answers The mean and deviation A rating question without answers Crossing results Crossing with a simple reference question Crossing with a more comprehensive reference question Splitting a crossed question Undoing a split Displaying a crossing differently Back to the normal results Crossing with multiple reference questions Comparing results Inserting a question to compare Setting the correct answer Copying a slide Comparing questions Comparing in percentages Switching between absolute numbers and percentages Showing the correct answer Back to the standard results Two result diagrams on one slide Voting a question more than once A question with multiple votes Answers outside the slide Result diagram on the next slide Changing the legend text Adding a text Showing the different choices Undoing a split Calculating answers next in rank Displaying answers next in rank
9 Printing the script Removing example results Printer settings Printing a script overview Printing a handout Printing to file Creating a list of participants A simple list of participants with chip cards A simple list of participants with keypads A list of participants based on names Importing an existing name list A list of automatically numbered participants Connecting the network The keylock Charging the keypads Connecting the Base Station Communication with the Base Station Initializing the keypads Saving a list with initialized keypads Testing the network Voting Starting a presentation Starting a session The presentation screen Showing the presentation screen on a different monitor Locking the presentation screen Opening the voting Closing the voting Voting on a question more than once Crossing and comparing in the presentation screen Crossing with a reference question Crossing with a normal question Splitting a crossing Comparing questions Showing different choices Ending the presentation Back to the edit screen Printing a script layout with results Printing a handout with results Exporting individual results Opening individual results in Microsoft Excel Closing the network Using a script again
10 Opening a script Initializing the Base Station Initializing keypads Starting the presentation Using a session again Modifying an existing script Inserting a new slide Adding a text Using another background Inserting an image Changing the order of objects Simulating a shadow effect Duplicating objects Zooming in on the slide Moving objects with the cursor keys Saving the script under another name The slide sorter Starting the slide sorter Copying slides Pasting copied slides Moving slides Deleting one or more slides Back to the normal slides Deleting slides Moving slides in the edit screen Voting automatically with a timebar Go to another slide Inserting a timebar Setting up the timebar Copying objects Starting the timebar Controlling the timebar manually Working with multimedia Inserting a multimedia object Starting the multimedia object Starting automatically when voting Advanced text objects Displaying a text for a certain status Performing an action when clicked Switching from PowerPoint to IVS Automatically displaying text with fields A text file as a basis Inserting a field
11 Displaying the date and time Displaying slide numbers Displaying the network status Displaying results without a result diagram Displaying results from a series of questions Displaying names of participants Participants that gave a certain answer An overview of the score per participant An overview of the scores made per group A top-5 of participants A top-5 of groups An overview of groups with different numbers of participants The knock-out race Displaying text from an external application Preferences Startup Edit View Presenting Updates Troubleshooting Scenario 1: Keylock not connected Scenario 2: Wrong keylock or keylock forgotten Scenario 3: Base Station powerless while initializing keypads Scenario 4: Base Station powerless before session has started Scenario 5: Base Station becomes powerless during a session Scenario 6: Computer crashes during a session Scenario 7: Base Station powerless or computer crashes during session Index
12 Making a script Before you can support a meeting with IVS you have to create a script. This script contains a number of slides. These slides can be presented during the meeting. You can place one or more images on a slide. Or you can place texts on a slide. However, the most important objects that can be placed on a slide are a question and the accompanying answers. The question determines what you want to know from your audience, while the answers indicate the choices your audience can make. You can also place a result diagram on a slide, in which the results of a voting are displayed, immediately after the audience has voted. Starting with a template After starting up the IVS software, the startup dialog appears. In this dialog, you choose whether you want to open an existing script, or create a new script. If you start the IVS software for the first time, there are no existing scripts you can open. Therefore you start with a new script. The start-up dialog with a couple of templates To create a new script, you can choose from a number of templates. These templates determine what your script is going to look like. The template defines, among other things, which fonts and colors are used for questions and answers. Select a template with which you want to start your script and click on OK to create a new script. Select the template Default and click OK to create a new script. 12
13 A new script has been created with one empty slide. A new script with one empty slide Making a question A question is an object that you can place on a slide. With this object you present the question you want to ask the audience. Together with the accompanying answers, you can have your audience vote to this question. Choose the option Question from the Insert menu to create a question To insert a question, choose the option Question from the Insert menu. Alternatively, you can click the Question button ( ) in the toolbar or press the on your keyboard. Choose the option Question from the Insert menu. A text window appears in which you can enter the text for the question. 13
14 The text window for entering the question text Type the following question text: Which of the following sports is not recognized as an official Olympic sport? After you have entered the question text, you click on OK. The question will be inserted at the top of the slide. Click on OK to insert the question. The question has been inserted on the slide A question is automatically numbered. The number depends on the position of the question within the script. Adding answers An answer is also an object that can be placed on a slide. With this object you present the possible answers to a question, so that the audience can make a choice. 14
15 An answer is automatically numbered. The numbers of the answers correspond with the numbers on the keypad. Choose the option Answer from the Insert menu to create an answer To insert an answer you choose the option Answer from the Insert menu. Alternatively, you can click the Answer button ( ) in the toolbar or press the on your keyboard. You can also press the button on your keyboard provided that the question or an answer is selected. Choose the option Answer from the Insert menu. A text window appears in which you can enter the text for the answer. The text window for entering the answer text Type the answer text for the first answer: Greek/Roman Wrestling. After you have entered the answer text, you click on OK. The first answer is inserted at the top of the slide just below the question. Click on OK to insert the answer. 15
16 For adding more answers, you repeat these steps, until you have all the answers you need for answering the question. You can insert up to 999 answers for answering a question. Repeat these steps to insert the following five answers: Archery, Beachvolleyball, Darts, Taekwondo and Tennis. A question with six answers is inserted on this slide Adding a result diagram A result diagram shows the results for the corresponding question. After having voted on a question, a bar chart is displayed in the result diagram, which shows the number of votes for each answer. Choose the option Result from the Insert menu to insert a result diagram To insert a result diagram you choose the option Result from the Insert menu. Alternatively, you can click the Result ( ) button in the toolbar or press the on your keyboard. Choose the option Result from the Insert menu. The result diagram is inserted into the slide. Because there are no results yet, the result diagram is entirely empty. You only see the text Question 1 at the top of the result dia- 16
17 gram. This text indicates that this result diagram belongs to question 1 and will later display the results of question 1. The result diagram has been inserted into the slide It is recommended to save the script after having created a slide. Saving the script By saving the script, all the slides, including the images that are used on the slides, are saved. The script is saved in its own folder, where later on the voting results will also be saved. This way, everything that belongs to the script is conveniently stored on a fixed location. To save the script, you choose the option Save from the File menu. Alternatively, you can click the Save ( ) button in the toolbar or press + on your keyboard. Choose the option Save from the File menu to save the script Choose the option Save from the File menu. 17
18 The standard dialog box for saving files appears. Here you enter the name of the script. The standard dialog box for saving files After having entered a name, you click on the Save button to save the script. Enter the name of the script: Starting with IVS-Professional and click on Save to save the script. The name of the script is displayed in the title bar of the IVS software. The name of the script is displayed in the title bar It is recommended to save the script regularly. 18
19 Using background slides A script consists of a number of slides on which you can place questions and answers, result diagrams, images and texts. Apart from the standard slides, a script consists of at least one background slide. On a background slide you can only place texts and images. A background slide is displayed behind a standard slide. The advantage is that objects, that you want to repeat on every slide, do not need to be inserted on each single slide again. You only have to insert them once on the background slide. Any object that is inserted on the first background slide, is automatically displayed on each normal slide. Go to the background slide To switch from standard slides to background slides, you choose the option Background slide from the View menu. Alternatively, you can click on the Background slide ( ) button in the lower toolbar. Choose the option Background slide from the View menu to switch to the background slide. Choose the option Background slide from the View menu. The standard slide disappears and you see an empty slide. This is the first background slide. 19
20 The still empty background slide Inserting an image When you want to show an image on each slide in the script, you place it on the first background slide. This way, you can show for instance a company logo in the corner of each slide. To insert an image, you choose the option Image from the Insert menu. Alternatively, you can click on the Image ( ) button in the toolbar or press on your keyboard. Choose the option Image from the Insert menu to insert an image Click Image from the Insert menu. A standard dialog box for opening files appears. Here you choose the location and select the name of the file you want to open. 20
21 The standard dialog box for opening files The most common file formats, like bitmap, JPG, PNG and GIF are supported. If you choose for a PNG format, transparency and semi-transparency are also supported. If you choose for a GIF format, transparency and animation are also supported. There are some limitations to the GIF format. You can only place one GIF image on a slide. If the GIF image is both transparent and animated, and you are moving the image to a new location, the background of the original location is also moved. The normal background can be restored if after moving the image you go to the previous slide and then go to the next slide. The background of an animated GIF image might also contain strangely colored pixels. Select an image to place on the background slide. After you have selected the file, you click on Open. The image is inserted into the background slide. 21
22 The image has been inserted in the background slide Selecting objects The image you just inserted is automatically selected. A selected object has eight squares along the edges. When an object is selected you can move it, make it bigger or smaller or you can edit it. You can select an object by clicking on it with the left mouse button. You see the eight squares appear immediately. To deselect an object you either select another object or you click with the left mouse button on the slide. Moving objects When an object is selected you can move it around on the slide. To move an object you click on it with the left mouse button and keep the button pressed. If you move the mouse the object will be dragged along. You can see this because the outline of the object moves with the mouse. The object itself will first stay on its original position. 22
23 The object is moved to the top right corner of the slide After you moved the object to its new position you release the mouse button. The object now moves to its new position. If you don t want to move the object, you can press the key while dragging the object. Moving the object will be canceled and the object stays at its original position. If you want to move an object only in horizontal or vertical direction, keep the key pressed while moving the object. The object has moved to its new position on the top right corner of the slide 23
24 To the normal slides After you have inserted an image on the background slide, you return to the normal slides. You do this by choosing the option Standard from the View menu. Alternatively, you can click on the Standard slide button ( ) in the lower toolbar. Choose the option Standard from the View menu. Choose the option Standard from the View menu to return to the standard slides You are now back at the standard slides where you see your first slide with the question and six answers. Behind this slide you see the image that you put on the first background slide. The background slide is displayed behind the standard slide 24
25 Working with results A result diagram is used to show the results of the voting. However, when you are making a script, no results are available yet. Therefore nothing is shown in the result diagrams. For a correct layout of your script, it would be handy when results would be displayed. This way, you can see for instance whether the bars are on the correct position and have the correct color or not. To display results when you are creating a script you can make use of example results. By using example results, it looks as if every question is voted. With every answer a random number of votes is displayed. With example results you can do almost everything you would when you had real results. However, you cannot export or print example results. And keep in mind: these are only random example results. Importing example results To display results in the script, whether they are real results or example results, you have to import them. To import results, you choose the option Import from the File menu. Choose the option Import from the File menu to import example results Choose the option Import from the File menu. The dialog box for importing session appears. This dialog lists all the results that belong to this script. Because this script has not been used to vote with, there is only one session available, namely the one with example results. 25
26 Dialog box for importing sessions Select this session and click on OK to import the results from this session. Select the session Example results and click on OK. The example results are now displayed in the result diagrams. Example results are displayed in the result diagram Making up the result diagram The results are displayed in a bar chart. Each bar is shown below the corresponding answer. Behind each bar, the percentage of participants that have voted on this answer is shown. You can change how the results are displayed, according to your wishes. You could, for instance, choose to show absolute figures instead of percentages. Or you could show the results in a pie chart. To change the way results are displayed, you go to the properties of the result diagram. To go to the properties of the result diagram, you click on the result diagram with the right mouse button and choose the option Properties from the menu. 26
27 Click on the result diagram with the right mouse button and choose the option Properties from the menu. The dialog box Properties of result appears, in which you can change the properties of the result diagram. Dialog box with the properties of the result diagram Results of question This shows the question of which the results are shown in this result diagram. When you insert a question, answers and a result diagram on a slide, the result diagram will automatically be linked to that question. Should you want to show more result diagrams for this question, this link would not be automatically made. You would have to manually link this result diagram to a question. Display The options under Display determine how the result diagram is displayed. Interactive When results are shown interactively, you can see the bars grow during voting. When results are not shown interactively, the diagram remains empty until the voting is closed. Show axes With this option axes are shown at the left and at the bottom of the chart. The text that is shown along these axes is determined by the options Values on axis, Legend text on axis and Use answer numbers as legend. 27
28 Values on axis Along the bottom axis values are shown that give an indication of the absolute value of each bar. The exact value is shown with each bar. Depending on the available space, the values are shown in steps of 5 or 10 or even greater. This option is only available when Show axes is also enabled. Normalize to 100% The largest bar in the chart will be displayed using all available space in the chart. When the largest bar represents 43.4% it will be displayed from the bottom to the top of the chart. With the option Normalize to 100% enabled only a bar that represents 100% is displayed using all available space. A bar representing 43.4% will use about half the available space. Cross/Compare to 100% When crossing or comparing two or more questions, the total number of votes for all questions are taken to the same level. When this option is not checked, the bars in the chart are based on the absolute number of votes. A bar with four votes is therefore smaller than a bar with six votes. When displaying the results in percentages, the bar with four votes is still smaller than the bar with six votes. However, the bar with four votes can have a result of 25%, while the bar with six votes can have a result of 20%. This will make 25% look less than 20%. When this option is checked, the bars in the chart are based on the percentage of votes. A bar with 25% of the votes is bigger than a bar with 20% of the votes. 3D chart The chart is displayed three-dimensionally. Disable this option if you want a flat chart. Walls transparent The left wall and the bottom wall of the chart can be made transparent with this option. If they are not transparent, they will use the color set at Primary color. This option is only available if the 3D chart option is also enabled. Full frame in chart By default, only the left and bottom wall are visible. With this option you can also show the right and top wall. These two walls are only represented by a line. Always show correct answer With this option the correct answer is shown immediately upon closing the voting. This means that all bars belonging to a correct answer will be shown in green, and all bars belonging to a wrong answer will be shown in red. See also Showing the correct answer on page 93. From right to left This option allows you to display a mirrored result diagram. The bars are shown from the right to the left instead of from the left to the right and the legend is on the left side of the chart instead of on the right side. This option is only available if your computer is set up to use from-right-to-left languages, like for example Arabic. Legend Apart from the answer text, each answer also has a legend text. In most cases the legend text is the same as the answer text. Only when the answer text is too long, the legend text will be a shortened version of the answer text. 28
29 In the result diagrams, the legend texts of the answers can be displayed in various ways. Legend text on axis This option shows the legend text of the answers along the bottom axis of the result diagram. When the text of one of the answers it too long, it could happen that the legend text of the adjacent answers is not shown. You can solve this either by selecting Use answer numbers as legend or by shortening the legend text. The option Legend text on axis is only available when the option Show axes is also enabled. Use answer numbers as legend Instead of the legend text, you can also show only the numbers of the answers. This option is only available when both the options Show axis and Legend text on axis are enabled or when Always display legend is enabled. Rotate legend text 45 When the legend text is displayed along the axis, you can use this option to rotate the text 45. This option is especially useful when the legend texts are too long, which causes that not all of the texts are shown. When the legend text is rotated, it can always be displayed. This option is only available when the options Show axes and Legend text on axis are also enabled. Always display legend Besides showing the legend texts along the axis, it is also possible to show a separate legend. This can be done by enabling the option Always display legend. The legend will be displayed on the right side of the result diagram. Only with pie chart Because it is not possible to show a legend along the axis of a pie chart, this option offers the possibility to show a legend with a pie chart. The legend is not shown with a bar chart, a line chart or a 3D area chart because these charts have the legend along the axis. This option is not available when the option Always display legend is enabled. Only with crossing or comparison This option only shows a legend when the results are crossed or compared. In that case, the legend shows what the crossing or comparison represents. This option is not available when the option Always display legend is enabled. Background The background of the result diagram can be changed. You can choose from one single color, a gradient from one color to the other color, or an image as the background, or you can leave the background transparent. These different options are almost the same as those of the slide. For a more comprehensive description, see Background on page 46. Single color The background is displayed as one single color. The desired color can be chosen by clicking the Color button behind Primary color. The walls of the chart are also displayed in a darker and lighter tone of this primary color, unless the option Walls transparent is enabled. Gradient The background is displayed as a gradient from one color to another. The desired colors can be chosen by clicking the Color button behind Primary color and behind 29
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Charting LibQUAL+(TM) Data Jeff Stark Training & Development Services Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Revised March 2004 The directions in this handout are written to be used with SPSS
PowerPoint 2010 Part 1 Documentation February 2012 PowerPoint includes all the features needed to produce professional-looking presentations. A PowerPoint presentation is made up of a series of slides,
Graphs and Charts Excel 2010 Produced by Flinders University Centre for Educational ICT CONTENTS Layout... 1 The Ribbon Bar... 2 Minimising the Ribbon Bar... 2 The File Tab... 3 What the Commands and Buttons
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...
Launching Camtasia Open Camtasia from the Programs folder. The default screen to appear is the Camtasia Studio Start Up. This splash screen will appear every time you launch Camtasia unless you deselect
Using PowerPoint vocabulary Slide: An individual screen in a presentation. Presentation: The file you save to disk that contains all the slides, speaker's notes, handouts, etc. that make up your presentation.
KaleidaGraph Quick Start Guide This document is a hands-on guide that walks you through the use of KaleidaGraph. You will probably want to print this guide and then start your exploration of the product.
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MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2011 SHOW YOUR PRESENTATION Lasted Edited: 2012-07-10 1 Use Speaker Notes... 4 Add speaker notes... 4 Change or format a note on a slide... 5 Print slides including speaker notes...
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Introduction PowerPoint is a program for presenting electronic slide shows. It allows animated images and text to be displayed on screen or on a projector, with variable timing between successive screens.
IDSC Instructional Development Support Center Getting Started with PowerPoint 2010 Nimitz 107 (410) 2932508 Objectives PowerPoint is a powerful tool for creating or enhancing presentation. This workshop
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Guide To Creating Academic Posters Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 INFORMATION SERVICES Version 3.0 July 2011 Table of Contents Section 1 - Introduction... 1 Section 2 - Initial Preparation... 2 2.1 Overall
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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
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
PowerPoint Tip Sheets Part I: Create, Save, and Open To Start PowerPoint, Click on Start. Choose all Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003. To understand the PowerPoint screen,
CMM1108 COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES POWERPOINT 2004 for MAC Creating Presentations This tutorial has been adapted for teaching purposes from PowerPoint:Mac 2004 Help Menu options. Microsoft
These notes will serve as a guide and reminder of several features in Excel 2007 that make the use of a spreadsheet more like an interactive thinking tool. The basic features/options to be explored are:
University of Arizona Information Commons Training Page 1 of 17 PowerPoint XP PERFORMING BASIC OPERATIONS WITH POWERPOINT XP USER GUIDE OBJECTIVES: Objective #1 - The employee will understand the basic
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Intermediate PowerPoint Charts and Templates By: Jim Waddell Last modified: January 2002 Topics to be covered: Creating Charts 2 Creating the chart. 2 Line Charts and Scatter Plots 4 Making a Line Chart.
Poster Printing Workshop Using PowerPoint Documentation In the ITS Support Center: http://my.hamilton.edu/college/its/documentation.html Keyword search: poster, font Setting up PowerPoint for an 11 x 17
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial 1 Creating a Presentation 1 Identify components of the PowerPoint window You will recognize some of the features of the PowerPoint window that are common to Windows
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Text Putting Text on the Page 1. Entering text on the web page is just like typing in a word processing document. Lines will wrap within a paragraph. 2. Enter = Paragraph Break (leaves a blank line) 3.
Advanced Form Customization APPENDIX E If you know exactly how you want your business forms to look and don t mind detail work, you can customize QuickBooks forms however you want. With QuickBooks Layout
Getting started with PowerPoint (2013) IT Documentation Team, updated December 2014. (Reviewed July 2015) Introduction The core element of Microsoft PowerPoint is a set of slides, which can contain text,
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Basics Email: email@example.com 1 Web Page: http://training.health.ufl.edu Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Basics Creating a Slide Show Presentation 2.0 hour This workshop assumes
Calc Guide Chapter 4 OpenOffice.org Copyright This document is Copyright 2006 by its contributors as listed in the section titled Authors. You can distribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either
1. Turning on the main power Press the circle button on the lower right of the display. - Erasing text(s) and object(s) with eraser The attached eraser enables users to erase text(s) and object(s) like
Creating Fill-able Forms using Acrobat 8.0: Part 1 The first step in creating a fill-able form in Adobe Acrobat is to generate the form with all its formatting in a program such as Microsoft Word. Then
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