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Powerpoint for Treasurers


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Title: Powerpoint for Treasurers

Powerpointfor Treasurers
  • By
  • Matt Jordan
  • Jordan_at_tccsa.net

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

  • 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
  • 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.

  • 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

Slide Master Toolbar
Slide Master
Title Master
Inserting a Worksheet
  • 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.

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

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.
  • Formatting Examples
  • Lines
  • Color
  • Borders
  • Position
  • Crop
  • Image Control

Inserting a Chart
  • 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.

  • 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.

Insert Chart Example
Applying hyperlinks
  • 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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