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PowerPoint 101. Basics in PowerPoint Lectures. PowerPoint 101-2. Assumptions Creating the Presentation Saving the Presentation Text Operations Cut/Copy, Paste, and Insert Operations. PowerPoint 101-3. Adding Pages Notes Thoughts on Format Presentation Printing Operations.

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powerpoint 101

PowerPoint 101

Basics in PowerPoint Lectures

powerpoint 101 2
PowerPoint 101-2
  • Assumptions
  • Creating the Presentation
  • Saving the Presentation
  • Text Operations
  • Cut/Copy, Paste, and Insert Operations
powerpoint 101 3
PowerPoint 101-3
  • Adding Pages
  • Notes
  • Thoughts on Format
  • Presentation
  • Printing Operations
powerpoint 101 4
PowerPoint 101-4
  • Closing Files
  • Opening Files
  • Summary
assumptions
Assumptions
  • Office 2000
  • PC or Macintosh
  • Creating a new PowerPoint Presentation
  • Formatting is desired
creating the presentation 1
Creating the Presentation-1
  • Select Start, Programs and PowerPoint
creating the presentation 2
Creating the Presentation-2
  • Select Design Template
creating the presentation 3
Creating the Presentation-3
  • Select the appropriate pre-formatted template
saving files
Saving Files
  • Saving Files – From the menu select Files and then Save
text operations
Text Operations
  • From the menu select Format to make formatting changes
cut copy paste and insert 1
Cut/Copy, Paste and Insert-1
  • Standard Windows methods – allows ease of change and creativity
cut copy paste and insert 2
Cut/Copy, Paste and Insert-2
  • Select Insert and then select the source
adding pages 1
Adding Pages-1
  • From the menu select Insert New Slide (Ctrl+M)
adding pages 2
Adding Pages-2
  • The Outline Pane lists all slides
adding notes 1
Adding Notes-1
  • Click the notes pane, and then type your notes for the current slide
adding notes 2
Adding Notes-2
  • Here’s the heart of your presentation!
thoughts on format
Thoughts on Format
  • Bullets
    • 5 or 6
  • Use White Space
  • Readable Font
  • High Contrast
presentation
Presentation
  • Slide Show
  • Hard Copy – Printing Operations
slide show
Slide Show
  • Select Slide Show and View Show (F5)
printing operations 1
Printing Operations-1
  • Hard copy for handout and record
  • Multiple formats
    • Slides only
    • Handouts
    • Notes Pages
    • Outline View
printing operations 2
Printing Operations-2
  • Select File and Print and to print the presentation
closing and opening files
Closing and Opening Files
  • Close files by choice, not default or accident
  • Select File and Close
opening files 1
Opening Files-1
  • Three common ways of opening PowerPoint files
    • Outside PowerPoint
    • At Startup
    • Opening another PowerPoint presentation.
opening files 2
Opening Files-2
  • Outside PowerPoint
    • From a subdirectory or floppy disk
opening files 3
Opening Files-3
  • At Startup – select open an existing presentation
opening files 4
Opening Files-4
  • From within PowerPoint select File and Open
summary
Assumptions

Creating the Presentation

Saving the Presentation

Text Operations

File Operations

Adding Pages

Notes

Thoughts on Format

Presentation

Printing Operations

Summary