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Name: Dr. Anvik Office: Hebler 214-D Phone number: 963-2901 CWU page: www.cwu.edu/~janvik Syllabus: www.cwu.edu/~janvik/cs101. Microsoft Power Point 2010.
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Office: Hebler 214-D
Phone number: 963-2901
CWU page: www.cwu.edu/~janvik
PowerPoint 2010 is a presentation software that allows you to create dynamic slide presentations that may include animation, narration, images, videos and moreIntroduction
PowerPoint introduced many new changes with the release of PowerPoint 97. Prior to PowerPoint 97, presentations were linear, always proceeding from one slide to the next. PowerPoint 97 incorporated the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) language, underlying all macro generation in Office 97, which allowed users to invoke pre-defined transitions and effects in a non-linear movie-like style without having to learn programming.
PowerPoint 2000 (and the rest of the Office 2000 suite) introduced a clipboard that could hold multiple objects at once. Another change was that the Office Assistant was changed to be less intrusive.
You can customize a Ribbon: Right-click the Ribbon and select Customize the Ribbon.
A theme is a predefined combination of colors, fonts, and effects that can be applied to your presentation. PowerPoint includes built-in themes.
Theme Colors (available from every Color menu)
Theme Fonts (available from the Font menu)
Shape Styles (available in the Format tab when you click on a shape)Applying a Theme
Remember, the colors and fonts will only update if you're using Theme Fonts or Theme Colors. If you choose one of the Standard Colors or any of the Fonts that are not Theme Fonts, then your text will not change when you change the theme. That can be useful if you're creating a logo or title that always needs to look the same.
Check out and apply various Themes in the Design Tab…
Transitionsare motion effects that, when in Slide Show View, add movement to your slides as you advance from one slide to another. They are: Subtle, Exciting and Dynamic Content.
When working with transitions, the Apply To All command in the Timing group can be used at any time to make your presentation uniform.Applying Transitions
Click the star Play Animations icon. The icon appears on the Slides tab in the left pane beside any slide that includes a transition.
To Remove a Transition:
Select the slide you wish to modify.
Choose None from the gallery in the Transition to This Slide group.Modifying a Transition
To remove transitions from all slides, select a slide that uses None, and click the Apply to All command.
Play with Timing in the Transitions slide to advance slides automatically.
Hover your mouse over the bottom right of the screen. A menu will appear.
Click on the right arrow to advance slides or click on the left arrow to reverse slides.
Advance or reverse slides menu options.Presenting Slide Show
You can also press the "Esc" key at the top left of your keyboard to end show.
With Background Removal, PowerPoint uses special algorithms to determine which parts of the image are the background and then removes those areas from the image.
In PowerPoint you can animate text and objects such as clip art, shapes, and pictures.
The Four Types of Animations:Animating Text and Objects
Entrance: These control how the object enters the slide. For example, with the Bounce animation, the object will "fall" onto the slide and then bounce several times.
Emphasis: These animations occur while the object is on the slide, often triggered by a mouse click. For example, you can set an object to Spin when you click the mouse.
Exit: These control how the object exits the slide. For example, with the Fade animation, the object will simply fade away.Animating Text and Objects
Motion Paths: These are similar to Emphasis effects, except the object moves within the slide along a pre-determined path, for example a circle.
The object will now have a small number next to it to show that it has an animation. Also, in the Slide pane, the slide will now have a star symbol next to it.
At the bottom of the menu, you can access even more effects.
Explore Effect Options…To Apply an Animation to an Object:
If you select a new animation from the menu in the Animation group, it will replace the object's current animation. However, you'll sometimes want to place more than one animation on an object, for example an Entrance and an Exit effect. To do this, you'll need to use the Add Animation command, which will allow you to keep your current animations while adding new ones.
If the object has more than one effect, it will have a different number for each effect. The numbers indicate the order in which the effects will occur.
You can insert a Chart from the Insert tab, Insert Chart in the Illustrations Group or…Working with Charts
…when you already have an Excel worksheet with data you would like to use for a PowerPoint chart, you can transfer the data by copying and pasting it.
Open your existing worksheet, select and copy the data, and paste it into the worksheet in place of the placeholder data. (Be sure to drag the blue line to surround all the data you would like to include in the chart)