Introduction to PowerPoint. PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation. What is PowerPoint 2000?. On-screen Presentation Overhead Transparencies 35mm Slides Notes Outlines Handouts Even Banners of Web sites!. Starting PowerPoint. There are many different ways of starting PowerPoint.
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Introduction to PowerPoint PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation
What is PowerPoint 2000? • On-screen Presentation • Overhead Transparencies • 35mm Slides • Notes • Outlines • Handouts • Even Banners of Web sites!
Starting PowerPoint There are many different ways of starting PowerPoint
The opening PowerPoint screen • Used to open an existing presentation or to create a new presentation
PowerPoint and Microsoft Office PowerPoint is part of the Microsoft Office suite and as such is able to share information freely with Word, Excel and Access
Saving a presentation Ctrl+S
Closing a presentation and exiting PowerPoint Alt+F4 will exit PowerPoint
The PowerPoint Screen & Views PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation
Status Bar • The Status Bar provides information about: • The PowerPoint view you are in • The slide you are editing • The design you are using • Allows you to change the Template Design and run the spell checker
The View Icons • You can work on your PowerPoint presentation in a range of different views: • Normal • Outline View • Slide View • Slide Sorter View • Slide Show
Using AutoLayout PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation
Choosing an AutoLayout • When you add a new slide to a presentation you are prompted to select from a range of different slide layouts, such as a “Title Page”, or a “Bulleted Page”
Using the AutoContent Wizard PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation
Creating a Simple Text Slide PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation
Simple Text Slide Click with the Left mouse button and enter slide title Click and type in the information that will make up your first bullet point, press Return to enter next bulleted point TIP To insert a space between bullet points use Shift+Return
To Insert a New Slide You can insert a new slide at any time when creating or editing a presentation
Deleting and re-ordering slides within a presentation • Make sure that you can: • Select a slide • Delete a slide • Re-order the slides within your presentation
Manipulating slides in Outline View • Make sure that you know how to: • Move slides/bullets • Reduce the view of a slide to title only • Expand a collapsed slide • Collapse all slides • Expand all slides • Create a Summary Slide • Toggle 'Show Formatting' display
Creating Notes for your Slides • In Normal View enter accompanying notes for each slide in the Notes section
Formatting and Proofing Text PowerPoint 2000 - Foundation
SELECT! then DO! REMEMBER To format text you should first select the required text Then apply the formatting
Text Formatting • Sample text normal • Sample text Bold • Sample text Italic • Sample text Underlined • Sample text Shadowed • Sample text Red • Sample text Bold, Italic, Underlined and Red