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  1. Presentations

  2. Presentation software • is a computer software package used to give presentations, normally in the form of a "slide show". • typically include three major functions: • the slide show system to display content in a linear fashion, • an editor that allows text to be moved around en-mass from slide to slide, and • a graphics system for quickly drawing "business graphics" (charts and graphs). • It is a fairly pure example of persuasion technology, since, that is all it is intended to do. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presentation_software Nov 14 2005

  3. Presentation Software • Software applications used to create • Slide shows or • Multimedia presentations. Nov 14 2005

  4. Multimedia • Systems that support the interactive use of text, audio, still images, video, and graphics. • Conversion required from analog form to digital form for computer application. • Distinction - convergence of previously diverse systems. Nov 14 2005

  5. MS PowerPoint What is PowerPoint? • Software that you can use to present text, graphics, audio, video, and web links in an integrated format. Why use PowerPoint? • You can use several media types in one streamlined presentation, instead of switching between using the chalkboard, VCR, overhead, CD player, etc. • Helps you organize your lecture and identify places where visuals, audio, or other resources may enhance learning. • Presentations can easily be updated and displayed on a web site. • Handouts can facilitate note-taking and reviewing/previewing of content. Nov 14 2005

  6. Slide basic element • Objects • Transition Nov 14 2005

  7. Ch 6 Adding Objects to slides Nov 14 2005

  8. Activating Drawing toolbar • View Menu • Select Toolbars • Select Drawing Nov 14 2005

  9. Adding autoshapes • Drawing toolbar (below slide) • Autoshapes Menu Nov 14 2005

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  12. STARS Nov 14 2005

  13. Enlarging an autoshape Nov 14 2005

  14. Changing the colour of an autoshape Nov 14 2005

  15. Making it a 3-D object Format autoshape Nov 14 2005

  16. Adding text to autoshapes Please insert your comments here Nov 14 2005

  17. Word wrapping text There is an inevitable consequence resulting from the use of WMD Nov 14 2005

  18. Word wrapping text You must consider the possibility of going to the seminar next year. Nov 14 2005

  19. Adjusting shape and size to text There is not adequate recognition given to the representatives Nov 14 2005

  20. Clip Art and Clip Organizer • Insert Picture • Clip Art • From File Nov 14 2005

  21. Inserting picture from file Nov 14 2005

  22. Courtyard Faculty of Humanities and Education Courtyard Faculty of Humanities and Education Nov 14 2005

  23. Inserting picture from scanner Nov 14 2005

  24. Inserting Word Art LS65A is a good class Nov 14 2005

  25. Organization Charts Nov 14 2005

  26. Creating charts and graphs Nov 14 2005

  27. Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) Nov 14 2005

  28. File formats

  29. Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) • a highly compressed format that minimizes file transfer time over phone lines. • the aim of GIF files .. • to create the smallest possible image file for uploading and downloading Nov 14 2005

  30. Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) • The JPEG compression economizes on storage • identifies and discards data, that is, information beyond what the human eye can see. • JPEG algorithm is referred to as "lossy". • once an image has been compressed and then decompressed, it will not be identical to the original image. • compressed JPEG images have compression ratios of between 5:1 and 15:1. • trade-off between the image quality and the amount of compression. • no need to decompress images saved in the JPEG format. Nov 14 2005

  31. Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF) • used mainly for exchanging documents between different applications and different computer platforms. • primarily designed to become the standard format, to handle just about any possibility. provides the flexibility of an infinite number of possibilities of how a TIFF image can be saved. • no single application can claim to support all TIFF variations. Nov 14 2005

  32. Bit-Map (BMP) BMP is the standard MS-Windows™ raster format. • BMP files can be created with Windows' Paintbrush and used as "wallpaper" for the background when running Windows. • Windows uses a fixed color palette for BMP files which cannot be changed, as doing so would make the screen and border colors change too. • This means that transferring an image to the BMP format may result in some color shifts when BMP files are imported into Windows applications. Nov 14 2005

  33. Raster • Also referred to as bitmap images, these are images that are represented by a sequence of pixels (picture elements) or points, which when taken together, describe the display of an image on an output device. • raster image formats include, • GIF, JPEG, and TIFF.www.dclab.com/DCLTP.ASP Nov 14 2005

  34. .wav Audio format files .wav, short for WAVE form , is a standard for storing audio on PCs uses an uncompressed, lossless storage method which keeps all the samples of an audio track, professional users may use the WAV format for maximum audio quality. Nov 14 2005

  35. .wav and MPEG • With file sharing, the WAV format has declined in popularity, primarily because uncompressed WAV files are quite large. • More frequently, compressed but lossy formats such as MP3, Ogg Vorbis and Advanced Audio Coding are used, • their smaller file sizes allow for faster transfers Nov 14 2005

  36. Inserting Movie Clips Nov 14 2005

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  38. Inserting a .gif file movie Nov 14 2005

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  42. Bird’s nest 84(w) 70(h) pixels, 21KB .GIF Nov 14 2005

  43. Inserting a movie clip Nov 14 2005

  44. Inserting a movie clip Nov 14 2005

  45. http://www.statcan.ca/english/flash/flash_r010_e.htm Nov 14 2005

  46. We are Statistics Canada Video outlining the services offered by Statistics Canada Nov 14 2005

  47. Adding picture and sound Nov 14 2005

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  49. Ch 7 Using Masters • View Menu Select Master • Select Slide Master • Formatting the master shows on all slides Nov 14 2005

  50. Ch 8 Setting up a Slide Show • View show click on F5 • View show click on small screen Nov 14 2005