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3 Information Technology Services PowerPoint 2007 Table of Contents Kennesaw State University... 1 Information Technology Services... 1 The Office 2007 Interface... 5 The Office Button... 5 The Ribbon... 5 The Quick Access Toolbar... 6 Galleries... 7 Mini Toolbar... 7 Status Bar... 7 Themes... 8 PowerPoint 2007 Introduction... 8 Tips for creating electronic presentations:... 8 Training Objectives... 9 Navigation... 9 Slides Tab... 9 Outline Tab Notes Pane Changing Views View Tab Status Bar How to Create a New Presentation Saving a Presentation File Formats How to Save a Presentation Appearance Slides Themes Text Entering Text Editing Text... 16
4 Graphics Clip Art Images From A File Draw Shapes Hyperlinks Adding a Hyperlink Header and Footer Adding a Header or Footer Transition Adding a Slide Transition Changing the Properties of a Transition Presenting Presenting Printing Printing You Presentation... 22
5 The Office 2007 Interface There are a number of prominent changes to the look and functionality of the Microsoft Office 2007 interface. The Office Button The Office Button, located in the top left corner of the window, replaces the File Menu from previous versions of Office, and contains items that are common to all Office applications, such as Open, Save and Print. Hovering your mouse over an Office Button item with an arrow displays a list of sub-items. The Ribbon The Menu Bar and Toolbars have been replaced by the Ribbon, a panel that contains functional groupings of buttons and drop-down lists organized by tabs. Each application in the Office Suite has a different set of tabs (with some tabs in common) that pertain to the functionality of that particular application. Each tab is further divided into groups (of buttons), such as the Font and Paragraph groups shown above.
6 There are also contextual tabs that appear, depending on what you re working on. For example, if you ve inserted pictures, the Picture Tools tab appears whenever a picture is selected. The Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access Toolbar is a small toolbar at the top left of the window that you can customize to contain the buttons for the functions that you use most often. In essence, it is the same as the toolbars from previous versions of Office with only the buttons you want to see on it. To customize the Quick Access Toolbar, click on the drop-down arrow on the far right. You can add or remove items from the Toolbar, as well as show the Toolbar below the Ribbon, rather than above, and minimize the Ribbon.
7 Galleries A Gallery is a collection of pre-defined formats can be applied to various elements in Office applications, such as the Styles Gallery in Word. A Gallery most often appears as a result of clicking on an item on one of the Ribbon Tabs. The selections in a Gallery incorporate a feature called Live Preview. When you hover your mouse over a selection in a Gallery, your document takes on the formatting attributes of that selection in order to give you a preview of how that selection will look when applied to your document. Mini Toolbar The Mini Toolbar is a semi-transparent toolbar that appears when you select text. When you hover your mouse over the Mini Toolbar, it becomes completely solid and can be used to format the selected text. Status Bar The Status Bar, located at the bottom of the Office application window has always been a component of the Office interface, but now you can customize the Status Bar to display the specific information that you want to see. Below is the default Status Bar for Word: Right-clicking on the Status Bar opens the following menu with which you can change the contents of the Status Bar by checking or un-checking an item:
8 Themes A Theme is a set of formatting options that is applied to an entire document, workbook, presentation, etc., depending on the Office application. A Theme includes a set of colors, a set of fonts, and a set of effects. Using Themes shortens formatting time and provides a unified, professional appearance. The Themes group is located on the Page Layout tab; it allows you to select a Theme from the Theme Gallery, as well as customize the colors, fonts, and effects of a Theme. PowerPoint 2007 Introduction Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 is a presentation software application that aids users in the creation of professional, high-impact, dynamic presentations. Slides are the building blocks of a PowerPoint presentation. By using slides, the focus is not only on the speaker, but on the visuals (slides) as well. Tips for creating electronic presentations: Slide layout, font, color scheme, and content are the main components to developing a great presentation. You need to follow guidelines to create a good presentation: Identify the critical information that needs to be presented and include it in your presentation. Use no more than six bullet points per slide. Keep bullet points short and to the point. Incomplete sentences are okay. Minimize the number of font types used in your presentation. Keep font sizes consistent. Do not make all the text uppercase. For contrast, use a light-colored font on a dark background and vice versa. Use bold formatting to make appropriate words stand out. Minimize the use of italics. They are more difficult to read. Do not vary the look of one slide greatly from the next. Consistency is key. Identify text that can be represented pictorially and use appropriate graphics in its place. Remove unnecessary graphics that are not relevant to the information presented. Use consistent colors and font size on each slide Don t use unusually bright colors Don t clutter the slides with too many graphics Use graphics and transitions sparingly
9 Training Objectives Create a new presentation. Save a presentation for later use. Add slides to a presentation. Work with galleries. Work with themes and background styles. Enter and edit text. Use the various PowerPoint views. Navigation PowerPoint 2007 opens in the Normal View showing the Slides tab on the left hand side. Slides Tab The Slides tab displays all the slides available in a presentation and helps to navigate through the presentation. The slides are listed in sequence and you can shuffle the slides by dragging a slide from the current location and placing it in the preferred location. In the slide pane, you can see
10 how your text looks on each slide. You can add graphics, movies, and sounds, create hyperlinks, and add animations to individual slides. Outline Tab Use the outline pane to organize and develop the content of your presentation. Notes Pane It can be helpful to use the Notes Pane to remind yourself of speaking points for your presentation. These Notes can also be printed out for future referencing. Changing Views PowerPoint 2007 allows you to see and edit your slides in several views. To work with your presentation in a different view, click the View tab on the ribbon and select the appropriate view, or, click on the appropriate Shortcut button at the bottom right of the Status Bar. View Tab Status Bar View On View Tab Shortcut On Status Bar Normal View Displays the outline pane, slide pane and notes pane. Slide Sorter View Displays a small version of each slide and is useful for reorganizing your slides. Slide Show Runs the slide show beginning with the current slide.
11 Notes Page Displays a miniature slide with space below to type notes for the presenter. (Only on View menu.) No Shortcut How to Create a New Presentation 1. Click the Microsoft Office button. 2. Choose New. 3. Select Blank Presentation. 4. Click Create. Saving a Presentation You created a new presentation. Now, you may want to save the presentation so that you can use it later. In this topic, you will save a presentation. The Save command, available on the Microsoft Office button menu, is used to save a newly created presentation or to save the changes you make to an existing presentation. When saving a file for the first time, you are prompted to enter a file name for the presentation, and you are asked in which location you would like the file to be saved.
12 File Formats PowerPoint 2007 uses Xtensible Markup Language (XML) as the default file format. The PowerPoint XML format is a compact, robust file format enabling easy integration of PowerPoint presentations into other applications and platforms. Many XML file formats are available in Microsoft PowerPoint How to Save a Presentation 1. Click the Microsoft Office button 2. Choose Save to save the presentation with a new name in any location. a. If necessary, create a new folder in which to save your presentation. i. Using the Save In drop-down list, navigate to the location where you want to create a new folder. ii. Right-click and choose New Folder. iii. Type a name for the new folder and press Enter 3. In the File Name text box, type the name of the file. 4. Click Save. Note: It may be helpful to change the Save as Type field to PowerPoint Presentation. This will allow users with MS Office 2003 to open your presentation with ease.
13 Appearance Slides You are familiar with creating a new presentation and saving the changes you make to a presentation. You may need to add slides to the presentation to include more information. Before you begin creating a presentation it is important that you decide on a design and layout. Slides and layouts are the basic building blocks of any presentation. For a presentation to be effective, care should be taken to apply the right slide layouts. Being able to add the appropriate slide layout to your presentation will enable you to present information more relevantly to your audience. PowerPoint offers several built-in slide layouts to deliver visually effective presentations. Adding a New Slide 1. On the Home tab, in the Slides group, click New Slide to display the default list of layouts. 2. From the New Slide drop-down list, select a layout to insert it. Types of Slide Layouts Title Slide This layout includes placeholders for a main title and a subtitle.
14 Title And Content This layout includes a placeholder to enter slide title and a place for text, charts, tables, pictures, clip art, and SmartArt graphics. Section Header This layout allows space for section and sub-section titles. Two Content Much like the Title and Content slide layout, this layout offer a place for slide title text and two content places for text, charts, tables, pictures, clip art, and SmartArt graphics. Comparison This layout is just like the Two Content layout with the addition of two text placeholders to aid in compare and contrast slides. Title Only This layout offers a place to enter title text. Blank This is a blank slide with no placeholders. Content With Caption With this slide you can enter a title, text, and content such as additional text, charts, tables, pictures, clip art, and SmartArt graphics. Picture With Caption This layout offers a place for a picture and caption text.
15 Themes As mentioned earlier, it is important to maintain a professional look in your presentations. Using a consistent background color, font color, and font style will help you create consistent presentations. Themes are pre-built templates that give a consistent visual look to your presentation. If you like most aspects of a theme, but something isn t quite perfect, you can modify the colors, fonts, or affects of a theme after it has been applied to the presentation to better suit your needs. Applying a Theme to a Presentation 1. On the Ribbon, select the Design tab. 2. In the Themes group, select a theme from the available choices. a. Click the arrows to scroll to additional themes. 3. Select a theme by clicking on the preview. Changing the Color Scheme of a Theme It may be necessary to change the color of a theme to better suit your presentation. In order to change the color scheme after applying a theme to your presentation: 1. Click Colors on the Design tab. 2. Select the desired color scheme. Changing the Fonts of a Theme In order to change the fonts of an applied theme: 1. Click Fonts on the Design tab. 2. Select the desired group of fonts.
16 Changing the Effects of a Theme In order to alter the visual affects of an applied theme: 1. Click Effects on the Design tab. 2. Select the desired visual effect. Text A presentation isn t all about the pictures of the background color; it depends mostly on the text. The message of your presentation is conveyed through the text. The visual aids are simply cosmetics to help support your message. Entering Text Most slides contain one or more text placeholders. These placeholders are available for you to type text on the slide layout chosen. In order to add text to a slide, click in the placeholder and begin typing. The placeholder is movable and you can position it anywhere on the slide. You can also resize a text placeholder by dragging the sizing handles. Removing an unwanted text placeholder from a slide is as simple as selecting it and pressing Delete. A text placeholder can contain multiple lines of text and will adjust the size of the text and the amount of space between the lines if the text exceeds the allow space. Text Boxes can be added to any slide in order to provide additional room outside of the text placeholders. Editing Text When creating a presentation, it is likely that you will be doing some editing. In order to edit text on a presentation: 1. Select the text. 2. Use the Font Group on the Home tab or Right Click on the selected text and choose Font.
17 a. After selecting the text you will also see the Mini Toolbar which can aid in editing text. 3. Make necessary changes to the font and click outside of the text placeholder to accept the changes. Graphics Another way to add emphasis to your presentation is to have visual aids or graphics. Although we learned earlier that the most important part of your presentation is the message, it is always helpful to use graphics to get your point across in more concisely and in a shorter period of time. Clip Art Clip art are pictures that are available in PowerPoint that can be inserted into your presentations. A collection of clip art is available in the form of a gallery the Clip Art gallery. In addition to pictures, the Clip Art gallery also contains a wide variety of photographs, movies, and sounds that are ready for you to insert and use in your presentations. Inserting Clip Art When inserting clip art onto a preselected slide layout: 1. Click the Clip Art button. This will open the Clip Art Gallery. 2. In the Search For field, type the name of the object you wish to find clip art for. 3. Click Go. 4. Scroll through the given results to find your desired clip art. 5. Once found, click on the image to insert it onto your slide.
18 Images From A File Images from your own collection and experiences may also add value to your presentation. You must have the image saved previous to adding it to your presentation. Inserting an Image 1. Place your cursor where you would like the image to appear. 2. Select the Insert tab. 3. Click Picture. 4. In the Insert Picture dialog box, search and select your image. Draw Shapes Shapes are simple geometric objects that are pre-created by PowerPoint and can be modified. A shape can contain text or can appear without it. It can also be filled with color and the outline of the shape can be given a different style and color. Inserting a Shape 1. Select the Insert Tab. 2. Click Shapes. 3. Select the Shape you wish to draw. 4. Your cursor becomes a small black plus sign a. In the Slide pane, point the crosshair mouse pointer to the upper-left corner of the area where you want to draw the shape, and then drag diagonally down to the right to create the shape with the size you want. b. Click anywhere on the slide to place the default-sized shape.
19 Altering a Shape 1. You can now move your shape if necessary by clicking on the object, holding down the left mouse button, and dragging it to a more appropriate location. 2. You may also alter the look of your shape by selecting the shape and clicking the Format Tab. 3. In the Shape Styles group, scroll through additional styles and click on the desired style to apply it to the shape. Hyperlinks You may have an additional document or a great website to help support your argument. Adding hyperlinks into your presentation can allow you to quickly jump to supplemental information while you are presenting. Adding a Hyperlink 1. Select the text which you would like to become the Hyperlink 2. Select the Insert tab. 3. Click Hyperlink. 4. From the Hyperlink dialog box, select where you would like to link to. a. Browse through your local computer for an existing document. b. Click the Browse the Web button and navigate to the appropriate website. This will automatically populate the Address field. 5. Click OK.
20 Header and Footer Occasionally it is necessary to add information to the Header or Footer of a PowerPoint presentation, just the printout, or both. This may be information such as the author s name, date and time, company or class information, etc. Adding a Header or Footer 1. Select the Insert tab. 2. Click Header & Footer. 3. Select whether you would like to add these settings to the Slides or Notes and Handouts by selecting the appropriate tab. 4. Click inside the checkbox to add the Date and Time or Slide Number. 5. Type additional information such as the author s name in the Footer box. 6. If you would like this information on all slides, click Apply to All.
21 Transition Rather than simply changing from one slide to the next, you can apply special effects to the slides as they transition. Adding a Slide Transition 1. Select the slide you wish to apply a transition to 2. Select the Animations Tab 3. Click the Transition effect from the Transitions to this Slide group If you would like the same transition for all slides in the presentation, click Apply To All in the Transition to this Slide group. Changing the Properties of a Transition Occasionally a transition effect may be what you are looking for, but the speed is too fast or too slow. Additionally, you can add sound to a transition effect to aid in your presentation as well as how the slide advances. In order to change these settings: 1. Click the down arrow for Transition Sound or Transition Speed on the Animation Tab 2. Make your selection. A preview of your selection will occur in the Slide Preview area. 3. If you would like the same settings for all slides within the presentation, click Apply to All. 4. You can also set how the slide will advance, either by a mouse click or after a certain amount of time elapsed. Presenting Now that you have created your PowerPoint Presentation and applied numerous details, it is time to Present. PowerPoint presentations are meant to be supplemental information, not a script. Review your presentation for content and try to avoid reading directly from the slides. It can be helpful to use the Notes Pane to add speaking points. These notes can be printed later.
22 Presenting 1. Select the Slide Show tab. 2. Click From Beginning to begin the presentation from the first slide or click From Current Slide to begin the presentation from the slide which currently appears in the Slide Preview pane. 3. You can advance to the next slide by pressing Enter or the Spacebar or by clicking the left mouse button. You will also notice arrows to the right and left if you mouse over the bottom-left corner of the slide. Clicking one of these arrows will advance the slide either forward or back 1 slide. 4. Pressing the Escape (Esc) key will end your presentation and return you back to the Normal View. Printing PowerPoint 2007 allows you to print your presentation in order to aid you in presenting or to give your audience something to take notes on. There are multiple formats available when printing; you should choose a format which best suits your presentation and audience needs. Printing You Presentation 1. Click the Office Button. 2. Mouse over Print. 3. Click Print from the Preview and Print the Document menu. 4. In the Print dialog box, select the appropriate printer name 5. You can print all slides or just certain ones by entering their number in the Print Range box. 6. Make your selection from the Print What drop down. a. If you select Handouts, choose the amount of slide that should appear on the printed page from the Handouts box. 7. Click Print.
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