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PowerPoint Lesson 1 PowerPoint Basics Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Pasewark & Pasewark Objectives Start PowerPoint. Understand the elements of the PowerPoint window. Open an existing presentation. Save a presentation. Navigate through a presentation. Objectives (continued)

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powerpoint lesson 1 powerpoint basics

PowerPoint Lesson 1PowerPoint Basics

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

Pasewark & Pasewark

objectives
Objectives
  • Start PowerPoint.
  • Understand the elements of the PowerPoint window.
  • Open an existing presentation.
  • Save a presentation.
  • Navigate through a presentation.

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objectives continued
Objectives (continued)
  • Change views.
  • Use the Slides and Outline tabs.
  • Use the Ribbon.
  • Use the Slide pane and Notes pane.
  • Change the layout.

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objectives continued4
Objectives (continued)
  • Delete a slide.
  • Print a presentation.
  • Exit PowerPoint.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

vocabulary
Animation

Layout

Live Preview

Microsoft Office Button

Normal view

Notes Page view

Outline tab

PowerPoint presentation

Publishing

Quick Access Toolbar

Ribbon

Vocabulary

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vocabulary continued
Slide layout

Slide pane

Slide Show view

Slide Sorter view

Slides tab

Status bar

Tab

Task pane

Thumbnails

Title bar

Transition

Zoom Slider

Vocabulary (continued)

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

introduction to powerpoint
Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Program to create professional presentations.
  • Presentation can include:
    • Text
    • Drawn graphics
    • Clip art
    • Photographs
    • Tables
    • Charts

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introduction to powerpoint continued
Introduction to PowerPoint (continued)
  • The presentation also may include:
    • Flash animation files
    • Animated clip art
    • Links to Web sites
    • Sound
    • Movie clips
  • You can publish the presentation to a Web server for others to view on the Internet.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

starting powerpoint
Starting PowerPoint
  • Click the Start button.
  • Click All Programs.
  • Click Microsoft Office.
  • Click Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

reviewing the powerpoint window
Reviewing the PowerPoint Window
  • Title bar is at the top and identifies the program you are working in and file name.
  • Microsoft Office Button opens the Office menu.
  • Quick Access Toolbar has buttons for frequently used commands.
  • The Ribbon has graphic command buttons organized by tabs and in groups.

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reviewing the powerpoint window continued
Reviewing the PowerPoint Window (continued)
  • The work area is divided into three panes:
    • Slides tab: Displays thumbnails including the graphics.
    • Outline tab: Displays the text on the slides.
    • Slide pane: Where you do most of the work of adding text and graphics to the slide.
  • The status bar appears at the bottom and tells you which slide is displayed and total number of slides.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

opening and viewing an existing presentation
Opening and Viewing an Existing Presentation
  • You can choose the presentation from the Recent Documents list.
  • Click the Microsoft Office button to access the Recent Documents list.
  • If the presentation is not on the list:
    • Click Open on the Office menu.
    • Locate the file name in the Open dialog box.
    • Click the presentation and then click Open.

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opening and viewing an existing presentation continued
Opening and Viewing an Existing Presentation (continued)
  • A slide show is a series of slides.
  • Transition refers to the way each new slide appears.
  • Animation is text and graphics that have motion.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

saving a presentation
Saving a Presentation
  • The Save As dialog box is used to name a presentation.
  • For a file that has previously been saved, you can:
    • Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar.
    • Or press Ctrl+S to update the file to the latest version.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

changing views
Changing Views
  • You can view a presentation in four ways:
    • Normal view: You do most of your work in this view.
    • Notes Page view: Displays your slides on the top portion of the page, and your notes on the bottom.
    • Slide Sorter view: Displays thumbnails of your slides so you can easily rearrange them.
    • Slide Show view: Your presentation is shown full screen as if you were showing it to an audience.

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changing views continued
Changing Views (continued)
  • In Normal View you can have up to four panes:
    • Slides tab and Outline tab: Slides tab shows thumbnails of your slides and Outline tab shows text in an outline format.
    • Slide pane: Displays one slide at a time and is where you edit text.
    • Notes pane: Is where you add speaker notes.
    • Task pane: Opens up on the right for some tasks such as inserting clip art.

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inserting a new slide with a new slide layout
Inserting a New Slide with a New Slide Layout
  • The slide layout is how objects are placed on a slide.
  • Objects are text, graphics, illustrations, tables, and charts.
  • The default layout includes placeholders for titles, text and content.
  • You can choose a layout when you insert a slide or to change an existing slide.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

notes page view
Notes Page View
  • Notes Page view displays your slides on the top portion of the page and your notes on the bottom portion of the page.
  • You can use the notes to help guide you during the presentation.
  • Notes are also helpful when printed with handouts.
  • To switch to this view, on the Ribbon, click the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click the Notes Page button.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

using slide sorter view
Using Slide Sorter View
  • Slide Sorter view displays thumbnails of the slides on the screen that you can rearrange easily.
  • This view gives you an overview of the entire presentation.
  • Use Slide Sorter view to set slide timings, transitions, and animations.
  • To switch to this view, click the View Shortcuts Slide Sorter button on the status bar or the Slide Sorter button on the View tab.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

using slide show view
Using Slide Show View
  • In Slide Show view you run your presentation on your computer as if it were a slide projector.
  • Each slide fills the screen.
  • Animations, sounds and videos play.
  • To switch to this view, click the Slide Show button on the Ribbon or the status bar, or press F5.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

deleting slides
Deleting Slides
  • To delete a slide in Normal view, press the Delete key when that slide is displayed.
  • You can also delete a slide using the Ribbon, on the Home tab, in the Slides group, by clicking the Delete button.
  • If you accidentally delete a slide, click the Undo Delete Slide button on the Quick Access Toolbar.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

printing a presentation
Printing a Presentation
  • You can print handouts with thumbnails of your slides and a place for notes.
  • You can print your presentation as slides only, with notes, or as an outline.
  • You can print handouts with 2, 3, 4, 6 or 9 slides per page, arranged horizontally or vertically.
  • Click the Microsoft Office Button, then press Print to open the Print dialog box.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

printing a presentation continued
Printing a Presentation (continued)
  • You can print all the slides, only the current slide or any combination of slides.
  • You can also choose to print your slides in color, Pure black and white, or Grayscale.
  • You can also choose if you want a border.
  • To make sure the slides fit on a page correctly, there is a Scale to fit paper option.

Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory

closing a presentation and exiting powerpoint
Closing a Presentation and Exiting PowerPoint
  • To close a presentation, click the Microsoft Office Button, then click Close on the Office menu.
  • Or, click the presentation window Close button.
  • To exit PowerPoint, click the Microsoft Office Button, then click Exit PowerPoint.
  • Or, click the Close button in the upper-right corner of the title bar.
  • You will be prompted to save any changes to the file before exiting.

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summary
Summary
  • PowerPoint is an Office application that can help you create a professional presentation.
  • You can view your presentation in Normal view, Slide Sorter view, Slide Show view and Notes Page view.
  • You can insert slides, add text and objects to slides, and delete slides.
  • You can print your presentation as Slides, Slides with Notes, or in an Outline format. You can also print handouts with multiple slides on a page.

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summary continued
Summary (continued)
  • To exit PowerPoint, click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Exit PowerPoint.

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