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Title: Powerpoint for Treasurers


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Powerpointfor Treasurers
  • By
  • Matt Jordan
  • Jordan_at_tccsa.net

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What is PowerPoint? Powerpoint is an application
that allows the user to create colorful, animated
presentations.
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Task Pane
Toolbars
Menu Bar
Title Bar
Outline / Slide Tab
Normal View / Slide Sorter /Slide Show
Status Bar
Drawing Toolbar
Notes
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Insert Chart
Insert Table
Insert Clip Art
Insert Media Clip
Insert Picture
Insert Diagram or Org Chart
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Slide MasterLayouts
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  • The Slide Master can be accessed by selecting
    View gtgt Master gtgt Slide Master
  • There are two parts
  • Slide Master
  • Title Master

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  • Slide Master
  • The slide master is an element of the design
    template. This file contains the styles in a
    presentation, including the type and size of
    bullets and fonts placeholder sizes and
    positions background design and fill color
    schemes.
  • The slide master's purpose is to let you make a
    global change such as replacing the font style
    and have that change reflected on all the
    slides in your presentation.

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  • Title Master
  • Use the title master to make changes to slides in
    your presentation that use a Title Slide
    layout. The Title Slide layout is available in
    the Slide Layout task pane and is the first
    layout shown.
  • A Title Slide layout contains placeholders for a
    title, subtitle, and headers and footers. You
    could use a title layout several times in a
    presentation to lead off new sections, and you
    might want to give these slides a slightly
    different look than the rest of your slides by
    adding art, changing a font style, changing the
    background color, or the like. You can change the
    title master and see the change on all the title
    slides.

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Slide Master Toolbar
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Slide Master
Title Master
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Inserting a Worksheet
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  • Insert a Worksheet
  • Steps
  • Select Insert gtgt Object from the Main Menu.
  • This displays the Insert Object dialog box.
  • Select the Create from File option.
  • Use the Browse button that appears in the Insert
    Object dialog box to go to the file location.

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  • The Browse box appears. Select the file you wish
    to import. Select OK.

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Worksheet Example
By double-clicking on the worksheet, we are able
to edit the data contained within it using the
tools Excel has to offer. By right-clicking on
the worksheet and selecting format object from
the speed menu, we can format the worksheet for
visual purposes.
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  • Formatting Examples
  • Lines
  • Color
  • Borders
  • Position
  • Crop
  • Image Control

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Inserting a Chart
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  • Insert Chart
  • Select the Insert Chart Icon. This displays an
    example chart which can be modified.
  • Select a location on the worksheet where data
    will be imported.
  • Select the Import File tool from the toolbar
    displayed when the example sheet is displayed.
    The Import File dialog box appears.

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  • Within the Import File dialog box, browse to
    where the file that will create the chart is
    located. Select Open.
  • Within the Import Data Options dialog box, select
    the sheet and enter the range used to generate
    the chart.
  • The chart should be displayed with the attached
    datasheet. Clicking outside of the chart will
    deselect it and close the datasheet.

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Insert Chart Example
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Applying hyperlinks
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  • Hyperlinks
  • From the Drawing toolbar, select Autoshapes gtgt
    Action buttons gtgt Action Button Return
  • Draw the button on your slide.
  • Right Click on the Button. The action settings
    dialog box appears.
  • Place where you wish to hyperlink and select OK.
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