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  1. HONG KONG TAOIST ASSOCIATION WUN TSUEN SCHOOL Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Chapter 1 – Introduction of PowerPoint

  2. INTRODUCTION OF POWERPOINT 2010 How to start PowerPoint? • From Start Menu • Start >> All Programs >> Microsoft Office • Double Click a PowerPoint file (*.ppt / .pptx)

  3. INTERFACE OF THE POWERPOINT

  4. THE TITLE BAR • The Title Bar is located at the top in the center of the PowerPoint 2010 window. The Title bar displays the name of the presentation on which you are currently working.

  5. THE RIBBON • The Ribbon holds all the commands and features of each of the tabs in the Ribbon. It is located across the top of the ribbon under the Title Bar.

  6. THE STATUS BAR • The Status Bar generally appears at the bottom of the window. The Status Bar displays the number of the slide that is currently displayed and the total number of slides.

  7. THE VIEW BUTTONS • The View Buttons appear the near the bottom of the screen. • The common views are: • Normal View • Slide Sorter View • Slide Show View

  8. THE TABS • The Slides tab displays a thumbnail view of all your slides. • The Outline tab displays the text contained in your presentation in an outline format.

  9. THE EDITING WINDOW • Slides appear in the center of the editing window. You create your presentation by adding content to the slides. • You can also use the notes area to creates notes to yourself.

  10. CREATING, OPENING AND SAVING FILES

  11. INTERFACE OF THE FILE TAB

  12. BASICS FUNCTIONS IN FILE TAB • Save – Save a current file • Save As – Save a file with a new Name or Location • Open – Open a Saved file • New – Create a New file • Print – Print a current file

  13. SAVING • Location • File Name • Type

  14. PRACTICE 1 Save a file • Location – Desktop • File Name - My first PowerPoint • File Type – PowerPoint Presentation

  15. PRACTICE 2 • Open a saved file • Double Click the saved file in Practice 1 • Save 3 new files by the Save As function • Location – Desktop > My Project • File Name – Practice 2 • File Type • PowerPoint Presentation • PowerPoint 97 – 2003 Presentation • PowerPoint Show

  16. PRACTICE 3