Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Lesson 5. Learning Goals. The goal of this lesson is for students to learn to format the presentation for impact. Students will learn to modify slides, format text, modify objects, and properly proof the presentation . Learning Objectives.
The goal of this lesson is for students to learn to format the presentation for impact.
Students will learn to modify slides, format text, modify objects, and properly proof the presentation.
Upon completion of this lesson,
students will be able to do the following:
Select and deselect objects
Add text to slides
Adjust text objects
Change text alignment and spacing
Move a text object
Find and replace text and fonts
Correct text while typing
Use the Research Task Pane
When preparing to create an appropriate presentation, it is important to know the audience. It is necessary to maintain a professional presentation while incorporating formatting and objects to add interest.
It is also important to proof the presentation for errors in grammar and spelling.
In PowerPoint, almost everything is an object that can be moved, resized, sometimes rotated and transformed with color, shadow or shading. The content of the presentation is the most important aspect and should be focused on during creation
object are called resize handles.
Click and drag the circles to resize
You may also, select the object. On the Drawing Tools toolbar, select the “Text Box” icon. This will allow you to add text to any object.
You may also use the Drawing tools toolbar to edit the object such as its color, outline and effects
If you wish to edit the inside of an object, select the object first. Next, you select “Edit Text” in order to edit the text inside of the object.
Open up the Find Dialog Box and type in the word or phrase that you wish to find.
PowerPoint will search for the word, and then highlight the first occurrence of the word
The option button that appears on screen when text is entered into a placeholder. Can control both AutoCorrect and AutoFit
On the review tab, select “spelling” to check the spelling and grammar throughout the presentation
Under the Options Button in Backstage View, you can add words to the dictionary.
2. FALSE All slides in the presentation are checked.
3. FALSE PowerPoint Options under the Office Button.
2. Insert Tab
3. Spell Checking
5. Custom dictionary in the PowerPoint options Dialog Box.
Complete the following assignments.
When complete, save and submit.
PowerPoint Lesson 5 – Exercise 1
PowerPoint Lesson 5 – Project 1