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Title: Power Point Tutorial


1
Power Point Tutorial
  • Power Point is a powerful presentation program
    but a relatively easy system to use.
  • The menu of functions is much the same as in MS
    Word and some people even call Power Point
    Glorified Word.
  • The following tutorial should provide you with
    the basic understanding and guidance to create a
    Power Point presentation of you own.

2
Getting Started
  • We recommend that you print out the slides in
    this tutorial and then use them as a guide to do
    construct your own Power Point presentation.
  • Go to File, Select Print, then under Print
    What, select Handouts, and under Slides Per
    Page, select 2 and then OK
  • The above will allow you to print two slides per
    page while printing in a size that is easy to
    read.
  • On most computers, Power Point is found as an
    Icon on the Desk Top or as a Program accessed by
    clicking on the start button.
  • Click on Start
  • Click on Programs
  • Click on Microsoft Power Point
  • The screen should look like the one in the next
    slide.

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  • This is the screen that you will see when you
    open up
  • Power Point
  • Go to file and select New
  • On the right hand side, Select From Design
    Template
  • Go to the next slide in this presentation

4
  • Select a template
  • Recommend that you start with Blends
  • Click on it to select it.

5
  • This is the blends template
  • We recommend it because the white background
    prints
  • as transparent (no color). This saves your ink
    cartridge
  • since a colored background would require the
    entire
  • background to be printed in color for a
    transparency
  • or hard copy printed on a color printer and it
    would
  • print as a black background on a non-color
    printer
  • (using up your black ink).

Next, you will select a slide layout. Go to the
next slide.
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  • The next step is to select a Slide Layout
  • I recommend that you start with the title layout.
  • Click on it to select it.

7
This is the title layout.
Click within this box and type a title
Click within this box and add your name and a
date
Go to next slide to see sample results
8
Go to a New Slide and select the Bullet
layout.
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The slide should look like this. Go to next slide
10
Type your Overview statement here
Type your Overview subtopics here
Bullets
  • Note the bullet format
  • Click your mouse after the
  • bullet symbol ( ) and start
  • typing.
  • Hit Enter key to begin
  • new bullet.

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While preparing your presentation, you have been
in the presentation draft mode. To see your
presentation full screen without the menu bars,
you need to move to the Slide Show mode. To do
this, you can go to View on the menu bar and
select Slide Show or you can click on the slide
show icon.
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  • Using special effects- Slide Transitions and
    Bullet Animation
  • Hopefully, you have noticed that the slides in
    this presentation have transitioned in from
    different perspectives rather than just appearing
    immediately.
  • You can select how your slides transition in
    your presentations as follows (go to the next
    slide)

14
  • Selecting a Transition
  • Go to Slide Show on the top menu and select
    Slide Transition.
  • Go to the next slide to see the transition
    choices.

15
Transition Selections
  • For this slide, we have selected Blinds
    Vertical as our transition type.
  • Note that you can also select the speed of the
    transition as well as how the transition occurs
    such as when you click the mouse or automatically
    after so many seconds which you also select.
  • Click Slide Show to finish your selection and
    see the effect.

How you select your transition may vary
depending on which version of MS Office you are
using but variation should not be significant.
Go to next slide for Custom Animation.
16
  • Notice that there are five bullets on this slide.
  • During the presentation, you may want them to
    come up one at a time instead of all at once.
  • To have them come up one at a time
  • Go to the top menu and select Slide Show .
  • Next, select Custom Animation
  • Go to next slide

17
  • Using Custom Animation
  • First click on the bullet area vs. the title area
  • Next, select Add Effect, then Entrance, and
    Fly In

18
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This is the transition slide.
After first mouse click
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3
After second mouse click
After third mouse click
4
5
After fourth mouse click
After fifth mouse click
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My First Power Point Presentation
  • Using Technology in the K-12 Classroom
  • Educational Theorists Support of Technology Use
  • Educational Technology Software Programs
  • Technology Applications for the Classroom
  • Assessment of Technology in the Classroom

Try it, click your mouse five times
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  • At this point, you have learned enough basics to
    do a Power Point presentation.
  • Practice creating a New Slide, play with
    different Slide Layouts, change the size and
    color of the text/font and do some transitions
    and bullet animations.
  • We will cover two more functions
  • Clip Art
  • Hyperlinking
  • Go to next slide

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To insert clip art into your presentation, select
New Slide from the top line menu and then
select a new layout. Scroll down the Slide
Layouts until you get to Other Layouts and
select the one with text on one side and clip art
on the other.
22
Your slide will look like this. Next, double
click on the clip art symbol as directed. Go to
the next slide.
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Go to the next slide
24
The clip art menu will appear. Search or scroll
down the right hand side until you find a
selection that you like. Select it by double
clicking on it.
Go to next slide.
25
Now that you have your picture, just add the
accompanying text.
Go to the next slide for hyperlinking.
26
A Short Tutorial on Hyperlinking
  • Hyperlinking allows you to link, during your
    presentation, to another file on your computer or
    to a specific location on the Internet and then
    return to your presentation.
  • To set up a hyperlink, you highlight a word or a
    sentence that will serve, when clicked on, as the
    link to the file or Internet location.
  • Go to the next slide

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A Short Tutorial on Hyperlinking
  • Setting up the hyperlink
  • First may sure that you know the location the
    file or Internet Web site to which you want to
    link.
  • For example, the Louvre Museum in Paris
  • Next, select the word or sentence that you will
    use as the hyperlink.

28
Highlight the word/words and then place your
cursor on the highlighted area and right click
your mouse. The menu above will appear, click on
hyperlink.
Go to next slide
29
This screen will appear. Type the Internet Web
address here. Go to the next slide.
30
Type in the Web Site, e.g. http//www.louvre.fr/l
ouvrea.htm and click OK. Go to the next
slide
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The highlighted hyperlink will be automatically
changed in color and underlined to signify that
it is a hyperlink. Go to the next slide
32
To test or use the hyperlink, first you must
change from the draft mode to the Slide Show
mode. Next place your cursor on the hyperlink
words and double click. Go to the next slide.
33
  • .and you are immediately connected to the Web
    Site (note you must have Internet access on the
    computer used for your presentation).
  • You can surf the Louvre web site or click to a
    specific area.
  • When finished, simply exit the site and you will
    be returned to the Power Point presentation at
    the point you left it.

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This ends the Power Point Tutorial.
  • Return to Unit 2 or continue to the Technology
    and Literacy Presentations
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