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PowerPoint. This presentation is a completed sample project that you can use as a help guide to create your own PowerPoint presentation. Once you have created your presentation, please name it, save it and send it to: [email protected] Have fun!!!. What is Power Point.

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This presentation is a completed sample project that you can use as a help guide to create your own PowerPoint presentation.

Once you have created your presentation, please name it, save it and send it to:

[email protected]

Have fun!!!

what is power point

What is Power Point

Power Point is one of the easiest word processing programs that allows you to create outstanding documents.

Power Point is a presentation program that produces exciting presentations that can include:clipart...pictures...movies...sounds...

understanding toolbars
Understanding Toolbars

Select View and look at the toolbars......

  • Standard
  • Formatting
  • Drawing
standard toolbar
Standard Toolbar

New-Open-Save-Print-Spell Check-Cut-Copy-Paste

Format Painter-Undo Typing-Can’t Redo-Hyperlink

Web Toolbar-Table-Spreadsheet-Chart-ClipArt

New Slide-Layout-Design-B&W-Zoom-Help

drawing toolbar
Drawing Toolbar


Move the object several ways

Auto Shape

Stars and Banners


Word Art

Text Box

formatting toolbar
Formatting Toolbar
  • Left Justify
  • Center
  • Right Justify
  • Bullets
  • Increase
  • Tahoma - Font
  • 32 - size
  • Bold
  • Italics
  • Underline
  • Shadow
let s get started and make our first slide
Let’s get started and make our first slide.
  • Go to File and select New
  • Select blank and then select the slide that has the title text box and a text box.
technology department
Technology Department

We are working on our PowerPoint presentation!

Mr. Wagoner

creating text boxes
Creating Text Boxes
  • To add independent text boxes:
    • In Slide view, click the Text box on the Drawing toolbar at the bottom of the screen.
    • Click and drag across to create the box, or click once and the box will expand as you type.
  • To add Auto Shape test areas:
    • Click on the Auto Shapes button on the Drawing toolbar.
    • Select a shape from the menu that appears.
    • Click and Drag to create the shape.
drawing shapes on slides
Drawing Shapes on Slides
  • Lines and Arrows:
    • From the Drawing toolbar, click the Line or Arrow button.
    • Drag the mouse pointer to draw the line or arrow
  • Shapes:
    • Use the Auto Shape drop down menu to select a shape to draw. Click once where you want a sample shape to be drawn.
    • Click and drag to draw the shape on your slide.
different backgrounds and color schemes
Different Backgrounds and Color Schemes
  • To change the background and color scheme of a slide select Format>Background>select a new color.
  • You can apply the new color to a single slide or “All” slides.
different backgrounds
Different Backgrounds
  • Another way to select a different background is to select Format>Background>Select the black drop down arrow>Fill effects>select the tab you want to use…Gradient…Texture…Pattern
  • You can apply the new look to a single slide or Apply to All.
adding builds and transitions
Adding Builds and Transitions
  • Go to View then slide sorter view
  • Go to SlideShow, select slide transition
  • Apply to selected slides
  • Modify transition … Advance slide
  • Go to tools and select build
  • Build....Dim.....effect.
  • View slide show
running your slide show
Running Your Slide Show
  • Select Slide Show then View Slide
printing your slides
Printing Your Slides
  • Select File>Print>Print What>Slides…Handouts…Note Pages…Outline View
saving your presentation
Saving Your Presentation
  • Go to File and choose Save As
  • Choose the folder where you would like to store the presentation (i.e. A:drive)
  • Click in the File Name box and type the name
  • Click Save