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Title: Pentok Institute PowerPoint Training


1
Pentok Institute PowerPoint Training
  • July 14, 2011

2
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

3
What is PowerPoint?
  • A presentation software program
  • Graphical approach to presentations
  • A slide show
  • Word processing, outlining, drawing, graphing,
    presentation management application

4
How is PowerPoint Used?
  • The presentation can be printed and distributed
  • The presentation can be displayed on a projector
    or computer screen

5
Why is PowerPoint Used?
  • To introduce a product, organization, service, or
    offering
  • To visually accompany a verbal speech or pitch
  • To show pictures to family and friends
  • To ask for financial support or donations
  • To teach and explain a concept, class, or idea
  • Basically, PowerPoint is used to share
    information with others!

6
Who uses PowerPoint?
  • Professional companies
  • Salespeople
  • Teachers and professors
  • NGOs and social enterprises
  • You!

7
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

8
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Slide each page of a PowerPoint presentation is
    called a slide. A slide can have text, graphics,
    and/or charts.
  • Is this a slide?
  • Yes!
  • Slide Show / Presentation a collection of
    multiple slides that are logically connected to
    convey information to an audience

9
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Text box a box surrounded by dotted lines that
    you can type words into. The words wrap (or
    are constrained) by the size of the box
  • Object anything that you can move around on a
    slide (text box, picture, shape, etc)

10
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Ribbon / Toolbar strip of buttons across the
    top of the main window. The buttons are arranged
    in different tabs depending on function.
  • For example Insert contains the commands
    needed to include pictures, shapes, charts, etc.
    Animations contains the commands needed to
    animate certain objects.

11
Where is the Ribbon / Toolbar?
12
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Menus and Tabs make up the Ribbon and divide
    the commands into logical areas
  • There are several tabs File, Home, Insert,
    Design, Transitions, Animations, Slide Show,
    Review, View, and Format

13
Where are the Menus / Tabs?
14
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Design Theme Coordinated colors, fonts, and
    designs for a single PowerPoint presentation.
  • PowerPoint comes with several built-in themes,
    and you can search for more online.
  • But I have created a theme for Pentok Institute.
    Lets try to use this one for all of our
    presentations!

15
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Slide Transition Visual movements as one slide
    moves to another

16
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Like this!

17
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Or this!

18
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Slide Transition Visual movements as one slide
    moves to another
  • Usually in the professional world, we dont use
    slide transitions. But they can be fun if you
    want to use them for your personal presentations.

19
Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Animation Visual effects applied to individual
    items on the slide, such as graphics or words
  • Like this
  • Or this
  • We also usually use simple animations (like this
    one), or none at all, since they can look
    unprofessional or silly.

20
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

21
Create a new file
  • When you open a new file, the first slide will
    already be there, with at least one box
    surrounded by dotted lines.
  • This is a TEXT BOX. You can type right into it.
  • Usually the first slide is your Title Slide. You
    want to add the name of your presentation and
    maybe a few more pieces of information into the
    text boxes
  • Name and company of those presenting
  • Date
  • Any additional detail

22
Add slides
  • To add a slide, go to the Home tab and click on
    the New Slide button

23
Add slides
  • Or you can right-click in the Slides pane
    (which is to the left-hand side of the main
    slide) and select New Slide

24
Add Content to Slides
  • Adding text to slides is easy! You can just
    click on the text box and begin typing. Just
    like Microsoft Word, you can edit the font, font
    size, effects (bold, italic, underlined), color,
    justification (left, right, center), and
    bulleting.
  • All of this is in the Home tab.

25
Add Content to Slides
  • Adding pictures is easy also! You can use CTRLC
    (copy) and CTRLV (paste) from other documents
    (Word, Excel), the Internet, or other PowerPoint
    presentations to insert pictures.

26
Add Content to Slides
  • If you want to add your own shapes, like the box
    I drew around this bullet, just go to the
    Insert menu and click on the Shapes button.
  • If the shape is not the color or format you want,
    you can click on the shape, click on the Format
    tab, and make any adjustments. This includes
    Shape Fill and Shape Outline

27
Add Content to Slides
  • What if you want to resize your text box,
    picture, or shape? Just drag the dimensions of
    the shape around. It is intuitive and easy.

28
Add Content to Slides
  • The easiest thing to do is copy the existing box
    and paste it into the same slide. This way,
    youre guaranteed it will have the same
    proportions and formatting.
  • What if you want more than one box?

29
Add Content to Slides
  • What if you made a mistake?
  • No problem! You can just click CTRLZ, which
    means Undo. Depending on the program, you can
    do this many times. You can also use CTRLY,
    which means Redo. Note that this trick works
    for ALL Microsoft Office applications (Word,
    Excel).

30
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

31
Organizing your presentation
  • The best presentations are the ones that are
    intuitive and easy to follow. You can do this by
    breaking out your presentations into several
    sections.
  • For example, this presentation is broken up into
    the agenda on the previous slide
  • The organization will depend on the subject. Try
    to keep it sensible!

32
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

33
Applying a theme
  • To apply a theme, go to the Design tab and
    click on one of the available templates you see

34
Applying a theme
  • Remember, for Pentok, we will be using the same
    theme, which is called Pentok Template
  • You can use this template either by opening up a
    blank presentation and applying this by clicking
    on the expand button and selecting Browse for
    Themes
  • Alternatively, you can just open up an existing
    Pentok presentation and overwrite these slides
    with new material. This is actually my personal
    preference.

35
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

36
Grouping
  • Sometimes you have a group of pictures, text
    boxes, or shapes that you would like to move and
    resize together
  • In order to do this easily, highlight all the
    objects, right click, select Group and then
    Group again
  • Now all the objects are essentially a single
    picture
  • You can ungroup the objects by selecting the
    group, right click, select Group and then
    Ungroup

37
Bring to Front / Send to Back
  • If you have overlapping objects, you might want
    one to be in the background

38
Bring to Front / Send to Back
  • You can change this by right-clicking the object
    and selecting an option from the Bring to Front
    or Send to Back menus

39
Bring to Front / Send to Back
  • Bring forward or Send backward will bring the
    object only one step forward or backward
  • Bring to Front or Send to Back will bring the
    object all the way to the front or all the way to
    the back
  • Usually, you will only need to use the Bring to
    Front or Send to Back options, unless you have
    three or more overlapping objects

40
Bring to Front / Send to Back
  • What command did I do to the square?
  • Bring to Front
  • Bring Forward
  • Send to Back
  • Send Backward
  • Answer Bring Forward

41
Bring to Front / Send to Back
  • What command did I do to the oval?
  • Bring to Front
  • Bring Forward
  • Send to Back
  • Send Backward
  • Answer Send to Back

42
Agenda
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Commonly used PowerPoint terms
  • Lets get started!
  • Organizing your presentation
  • Applying a theme
  • Advanced topics
  • Questions

43
Homework
  • Does everyone here have PowerPoint installed on
    their computer?
  • Create a short and simple PowerPoint presentation
    on any topic of your choice!
  • Include text boxes, pictures, and shapes
  • Include a title page and agenda
  • You will be expected to present it to your
    classmates on Monday.
  • Let me know if you have any questions!
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