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Title: Microsoft PowerPoint 2002


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Microsoft PowerPoint 2002
  • Foundation Level Course

2
What is PowerPoint?
  • PowerPoint 2002 is the presentation graphics
    program in Office XP. Professionals can create
    eye-catching slides, handouts, outlines, and
    notes to deliver an impressive presentation.

3
The PowerPoint Environment
4
The Different PowerPoint Views
  • The Normal view is the default view in
    PowerPoint. All slide editing is performed in
    this view.
  • The Slide Sorter view displays all slides in your
    presentation as thumbnails.
  • The Slide Show view allows you to view your
    presentation as a slide show.
  • The Notes Page view displays how notes pages will
    print.

5
Toolbars
  • PowerPoint has 13 toolbars including the Task
    Pane. By default, the Standard, Formatting, and
    Drawing toolbars are displayed.

6
Getting Help
  • The Ask a Question Box allows you to type in key
    words relevant to the topic with which you would
    like help.

The Office Assistant watches what you do and
offers tips on how to work more productively.
PowerPoint 2002 displays a Tip of the Day each
time you start PowerPoint.
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Review Questions
8
Creating and Opening Presentations
  • You can use the New Presentation Pane to
  • Open an existing presentation.
  • Create a new blank presentation.
  • Create a new presentation from a design template.
  • Create a new presentation using the AutoContent
    Wizard.
  • Create a new presentation from an existing
    presentation.
  • Create a new presentation from a General
    Template, Template on the Web, or a Template from
    Microsoft.com.

9
Managing Presentations
The Save As dialog box lets you save your
presentation, make a back-up copy of your
presentation, or save your presentation as a
different file type.
10
Managing Slides
  • With the Outline and Slides tabs or in Slide
    Sorter view, you can
  • Insert a new slide
  • Insert a duplicate slide
  • Reorder slides
  • Copy slides
  • Delete slides

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Review Questions
12
Working with Slide Masters
  • The Slide Master contains slide formatting
    information applied to all slides in your
    presentation.

13
Working with the Handout Master
  • The Handout Master contains handout formatting
    information applied to handouts and outline
    printouts.

14
Working with the Notes Master
  • The Notes Master contains formatting information
    applied to all Notes Pages in your presentation.

15
Review Questions
16
Working with Slide Layouts
  • Slide layouts contain a different combination of
    text and content placeholders.

17
Applying Backgrounds
  • Backgrounds can be applied to slides, handouts,
    and notes.

Background options include colors, gradients,
textures, patterns, and pictures.
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Modifying Slide Attributes
Alter Placeholders
Insert the Date and Time
Add Page Numbers
Add a Footer
19
Paragraph Settings
  • You can adjust
  • Paragraph and bullet indentations
  • Tab settings
  • Paragraph alignment
  • Line spacing

20
Bullets and Numbering
  • Bullets and Numbering are useful tools to divide
    your slide into points.
  • Bullets and numbering come in different
  • Styles
  • Sizes
  • Colors

21
Review Questions
22
Adding Text to a Slide
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Formatting Text
  • To format text, you need to select it before you
    can apply any formatting changes.
  • You can format text using the Font dialog box.

24
Using Undo and Redo
Click the Undo or Redo icons on the Standard
toolbar to undo or redo one action.
Click the down arrow beside the Undo and Redo
icons to perform multiple undos and redos.
25
Using Find and Replace
  • Type in the text you want to find in the Find
    what box.
  • Type in the replacement text in the Replace with
    box.

26
Using Spell Check
  • Running the spell check checks the entire
    presentation.

27
Using the Clipboard
  • The Clipboard Pane allows you to view and paste
    multiple items from the Office Clipboard.

28
Review Questions
29
Working with Slide Design
  • The Slide Design Pane offers three easy ways to
    make your presentation look professional,
    colorful, and interesting.

Design Templates
Animation Schemes
Color Schemes
30
Using Design Templates
  • Design Templates offer a quick and easy way to
    provide an attractive and interesting design to
    your presentation.

31
Adding Color Schemes
  • Color Schemes quickly add to or change the colors
    of your slides.

32
Applying Animation Schemes
  • Preset animations are divided into subtle,
    moderate, and exciting schemes, and generally
    apply animations to titles, bulleted lists, and
    paragraphs.

33
Review Questions
34
Drawing Lines and Shapes
  • Draw a Line
  • Draw an Arrow
  • Draw a Rectangle
  • Draw an Oval
  • Fill Color
  • Line Color
  • Line Style
  • Dash Style
  • Arrow Style
  • Shadow Style
  • 3-D Style

35
Using AutoShapes
  • AutoShapes are pre-drawn shapes that offer an
    easy alternative to drawing your own shapes.

36
Adding Clip Art and Pictures
  • Clip Art includes drawings, photos, sounds,
    videos, and other media files that you can use in
    your PowerPoint presentation.

37
Grouping and Ungrouping Objects
  • Grouping objects is useful when you need to make
    the same change to a group of objects, such as
    resizing or moving.
  • Layering objects is useful when you have multiple
    objects on a slide and you want to ensure a
    particular object is on top or in the background.

38
Rotating and Flipping Objects
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Aligning Objects
  • Objects are aligned relative to the slide. Using
    grids and guides helps visually align objects.

40
Review Questions
41
Using Page Setup
  • Change slide, handouts, notes, and outline
    orientation

Set slide size
42
Using Print Preview
  • Prior to printing, you can see how each slide in
    your presentation looks by previewing your
    presentation.

43
Printing a Presentation
  • Print your presentation from the Print dialog box.

44
Review Questions
45
Running a Slide Show
  • You can view a slide show from the first slide or
    current slide.

46
Navigating Slides
  • During a slide show, you can navigate to the next
    slide, previous slide, or a specific slide.

47
Pointer Options
  • By changing the pointer to a pen, you can write
    on your slides during the slide show.

48
Screen Options
  • You can pause your slide show or turn your slide
    show screen black using Screen Options.

49
Adding Notes to the Slide Show
  • You can add meeting minutes or action items to
    your presentation.

50
Review Questions
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