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The power of powerpoint

The power of PowerPoint

Designing and Presenting Superb PowerPoint Presentations.

Purpose & Objective

Disclaimer

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Purpose objective

Purpose & objective

  • To adequately prepare you for the upcoming Junior Class Debate.

  • To gain sufficient experience for the Senior Graduation Project in 2010.

  • To gain sufficient knowledge in basic PowerPoint Presentations.

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Disclaimer

Disclaimer….

  • This tutorial was created for a High School Junior with moderate skills in PowerPoint.

  • By viewing this presentation from beginning to end, the viewer will successfully learn to master all view points of PowerPoint.

  • This tutorial presentation uses PowerPoint 2007, however it is easily compatible with 2003.

  • You will be taken at some points to a blank presentation that is entitled “Outside Project Supplement to get “real time” practice.

  • Good Luck!

  • Let’s Begin!

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Why use PowerPoint?

YouTube & PowerPoint

Open up PowerPoint

Tired of Clicking?

T.T.F.T

1,2,3 ACTION

All about the ClipArt

Timing is Everything

Hit F5 – Tips for the Trade

Let’s add a little soul!

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Why use powerpoint

Why use PowerPoint?

  • What is PowerPoint?

    • PowerPoint is a program application created by Microsoft designed to create slide shows for every type of presentations format such as:

    • Meetings

    • Web Pages

    • Photo Albums

    • Speech

    • School Presentation

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Let s open her up

Let’s open her up

  • Click on your start menu button

  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint will be in a folder titled

    • “Microsoft Office”

  • Once you click on PowerPoint, wait for the program to load.

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Theme title footer table

Theme, title, footer, table

  • Theme

    • A Theme insures that your PowerPoint will have a even and consistent flow throughout your entire Presentation.

  • Title

    • You must ALWAYS include a Title Slide. If you don’t, how will they know what you’re talking about?

  • Footer

    • A Footer is a nice way to give credit to yourself or to remind your viewers what/why this presentation is for.

  • Table

    • Easy to construct & it helps you cover main points in once easy location.

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Let s look at some themes

Let’s look at some themes.

  • Click on the Design Tab (between “INSERT” and “ANIMATIONS”

  • You should see several options

  • TIP: Click on the “More button” to see ALL of the “Themes” available.

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Tips for your title slide

Tips for your title slide

  • Your Title Slide Should ALWAYS contain the following:

  • Creative Title for your Presentation

  • A Subtitle (if your presentation calls for it)

  • An image to give the audience

  • A Footer (your name – if needed)

    Let’s Create a Title Slide now.

Create your Title Slide

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The power of powerpoint

All about the ClipArt

Remember pictures and clip ALWAYS enhance your presentation.

It gives your words extra emphasis.

For example, if I advise you that colorful engaging clip art is a “THUMBS UP” then paste a picture of a huge “THUMB” this will add detail and depth to your presentation.

Let’s go over how to add clip art or a picture to any slide.

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Adding clip art picture to your presentation

Adding clip art/picture to your presentation.

  • Select “Insert” Tab

  • Select what type of image you would like from the “Clip Art” bar that appears to your right.

  • You can either “click & drag” or LEFT-CLICK on your mouse and select INSERT

  • By placing your mouse over the clip art you are able to move the picture anywhere you want.

Let’s see how it’s done

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Type…

businesswoman

Select Clip Art

Insert or Drag

Left Click on Pic

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Let s add a little soul to it

let’s add a little soul to it

  • Adding music is as “easy as A-B-C so simple as 1-2-3.

  • INSERT  SOUND  Choose from 4 Options

    • Sound From File; Sound from Clip; Play Audio CD

  • Adding music can enhance your presentation.

  • Make sure that the music or clips you add go along with the content of your presentation.

  • You never want to hear a

  • When what you really want to hear is a

birdcall

cat

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Youtube powerpoint

YouTube & PowerPoint

  • With the creation that is YouTube PowerPoint and a really great Internet Connection are all that stand in your way from having video during your presentation.

  • REMEMBER: You must have an internet connection to embed any YouTube files to your presentation.

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A youtube video that s about youtube

A Youtube video that’s about youtube.

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So tired of clicking yet

So…tired of clicking yet?

  • So by now, you’ve realized that unless you tell your presentation to transition

  • You are stuck clicking your mouse. This limits the amount of visibility that you have with your audience.

  • You also want to make sure that your animation flows. ALWAYS GO IN ORDER!

  • As you customize your animation – remember three phrases:

    • On Click – keep doing the way you want

    • With Previous

    • After Previous

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1 2 3 action

1,2,3, action!!!!

  • A Great Presentation has to have variety.

  • Depending on your audience, certain slides you may have to take away.

  • How do you still present & have it look fluid and smooth.

  • You achieve this through “Action buttons.”

  • Action buttons are “hyperlinked” action buttons that will take anywhere we dare for our viewers to go.

Let’s see how it’s done

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Give me some action hint these buttons are live

Give me some action *Hint – these buttons are live!

  • Select “Insert”

  • Select “Shapes”

  • At the bottom are a list of the Action Buttons

Go Back 1 Slide

Last Page Viewed

Go Forward 1 Slide

Watch a movie!

Go Back to the Beginning

Load up a Document

Go to the Last Slide

Let’s Hear some Tunes

Go Home (you choose Home

Help Menu

Way to get Information

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Timing is everything

Timing is everything

  • A Great way to make sure that your presentation is timed exactly you need to rehear ease at least 2-3 times.

  • After doing this, you need to make sure that each slide advances at the appropriate time.

  • Click on the Animation

  • You will see 3 Categories

    • Preview – Preview the Custom or Automatic Transition

    • Custom Animation – THIS IS THE BEST

    • Transition to This Slide – Make sure that your Transition are going smooth and to the correct next slide.

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This makes your slides go without

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Theme table footers

Theme, table, & footers.

  • Hey let’s face it, sometimes the wonderful animation tools within PowerPoint’s arsenal are not going to help you get your message off.

  • What do you do when you have a lot of information but you do not want to bore your audience them to death.

  • How about inserting a table.

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Table dos and don ts

Table dos and don’ts

Let’s see how to do it.

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Inserting a table into your slideshow

Inserting a table into your slideshow.

After selecting the layout of your new slide, select the GRID ICON.

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Inserting a table into your slideshow1

Inserting a table into your slideshow.

Select the # of Columns and Rows that you want for your table.

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Now you have a table

Now you have a Table.

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Footers really easy

Footers – really easy.

  • Your footer is a reference tag that allows your audience to know things like:

    • The Slide number

    • The author

    • Company Name or Your Name

  • A Footer though small can have great information and give more of a polished look to your presentations.

  • Click on Inset

  • Select “Header & Footer” under the TEXT tab

  • For your Footer you have 3 Options to select. Choose 1

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If you can t say let the web do it for ya

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If you can’t say let the web do it for ya!

Some information is so great and so much it just will not fit into a slide.

When that happens just add a hyperlink to your presentation.

A Hyperlink can be an action button, a single word or phrase, or a picture.

Let’s add a hyperlink to the

Photo.

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Type in URL:

http://www.presentation-pointers.com/showarticle/articleid/14/

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If you can t say let the web do it for ya1

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If you can’t say let the web do it for ya!

Some information is so great and so much it just will not fit into a slide.

When that happens just add a hyperlink to your presentation.

A Hyperlink can be an action button, a single word or phrase, or a picture.

Let’s add a hyperlink to the

Photo.

“Click on me!”

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Hit f5 let s enjoy the show

Hit f5 – let’s enjoy the show

  • So…you’ve finished building your PowerPoint Presentation. Here are just a few tips to get you going before presentation Day.

  • I like to call them the 4 R’s of Presenting.

  • REHEARSE

  • REPEAT

  • REVISE if NECESSARY

  • REPRACTICE

  • Good Luck and Happy Presenting!

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The end

The end

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