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<p>1 </p> <p>Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Lesson 1 </p> <p>Introduction to Power Point 2010 </p> <p>What is Power Point? </p> <p>Power Point is one of the most popular presentation design programs. Power Point makes possible to </p> <p>combine text, pictures, audio, videos, animations, transitions and graphic elements to transmit information to </p> <p>a group of people. </p> <p>Power Point Editors main Elements </p> <p>Main Power Point 2010 editors components are: </p> <p>Title Bar: Contains the file and program </p> <p>name. </p> <p>Ribbon: Displays most of commands </p> <p>organized in different tabs and group of </p> <p>commands </p> <p>Task Pane: Is the panel to do general </p> <p>tasks like add new slide, delete slides, </p> <p>etc </p> <p>Task Pane has two tabs: </p> <p>Slides: Is used to make operations with </p> <p>slides like: Change Slide Order, Create </p> <p>new slide, delete slide, etc. </p> <p>Outline: Is used to display all texts of </p> <p>Presentation. </p> <p>Slide: Is the page where we are working </p> <p>on. </p> <p>Notes Pane: Is a pane where presentation creator adds notes to himself to remind or to explain something. </p> <p>Status Bar: Displays general information about opened presentation. It contains slide we are working on </p> <p>and number of slides, presentation theme, check spelling and grammar language, view buttons, zoom in/out </p> <p>buttons and slider. </p> <p>View Buttons: Are used to display the presentation in different views. </p> <p> Normal View: Is default working area view. </p> <p> Slide Sorter: Is used to change slide order. </p> <p> Reading View: Is used to read information of slides. </p> <p> Slide Show: Is used to display information to others. </p> <p>Zoom in/out buttons and Slider: Are used to increase and decrease the view of slide (s). </p> <p>General definitions: </p> <p> A page of Power Point editor is called Slide. </p> <p> Default Power Point file extension is *.pptx </p> <p> A file prepared by Power Point is called Presentation. </p> <p>2 </p> <p>Lesson - 2 </p> <p>Creating a new Presentation and New Slide </p> <p>Creating a new Presentation </p> <p>Some of the ways to create a new Presentation are: </p> <p> File / New Select the way to create the </p> <p>presentation and click Create </p> <p> Ctrl + N </p> <p> New Button ne QAT </p> <p>We can create a new Presentation based on: </p> <p> Blank Presentation: Creates a new blank presentation. </p> <p> Sample Templates: Creates a new presentation based on sample templates already installed on your </p> <p>computer. </p> <p> Themes: Creates a new presentation based on a theme. </p> <p> New from existing Presentations: Creates a new presentation based on presentations created </p> <p>before. </p> <p> Microsoft Office Online: Creates a new presentation based on samples and themes which can be </p> <p>downloaded from Microsoft Office official web site. </p> <p> Recent Templates: Creates a new presentation based on recently created templates. </p> <p>Creating a new Slide </p> <p>There are several ways to create a new Slide, and some of </p> <p>these ways are: </p> <p> Home /Slides / New Slide </p> <p> Press Ctrl + M from keyboard </p> <p> Right Click on Task Pane and select New Slide </p> <p> Right Click on Slide Sorter View and select </p> <p>New Slide </p> <p>3 </p> <p>Lesson 3 </p> <p>Slide Layouts (Structures) </p> <p>Microsoft Power Point 2010 has nine layouts and each of them is used for predefined intention. </p> <p>These slide layouts are Title Slide, Title and Content, Section Header, Two Content, Comparison, Title </p> <p>Only, Blank, Content with Caption and Picture with Caption. </p> <p>Slide layout can be defined while you create a new Slide or can be changed later, but it is </p> <p>recommended to define it while you create a new Slide, so you dont have to change Slide content and </p> <p>structure later. </p> <p>Define slide Structure </p> <p>To define Slide Structure click: </p> <p> Home / Slides /Layout </p> <p>Default Slide Structures </p> <p>Power Point offers 9 Slide structures and those are: </p> <p> Title Slide: It is used at beginning of slide. </p> <p>It contains two text boxes, for Presentation </p> <p>Title and Author. </p> <p> Title and Content: It has two text boxes, </p> <p>one for Slide Title and one for content to </p> <p>explain the Slide Title. </p> <p> Section Header: It has two text boxes and it </p> <p>is used to divide the presentation in two </p> <p>parts or two subtopics. </p> <p> Two Content: It has three text boxes, one </p> <p>Title and two contents. Generally on the left </p> <p>text box we place text and on right one we </p> <p>place pictures, charts, video, images, etc. </p> <p> Comparison: It has five text boxes, one title, two sub titles and two contents. It is used to compare </p> <p>some data. </p> <p> Title Only: It has one text box, and it is used to increase the importance of explained topic. </p> <p> Blank: It doesnt have any text boxes, and its usage is free of choice. Generally it contains </p> <p>caricatures, relaxing images, etc. </p> <p> Content with Caption: It has three text boxes, one short title, one short explanation and larger box </p> <p>for chart or image. It is used to explain a chart or image. </p> <p> Picture with Caption: It has three text boxes, Picture Title, Picture short explanation and larger box </p> <p>for image. </p> <p>4 </p> <p>Lesson 4 </p> <p>Slide Themes (Designs) </p> <p>A theme is a way how slide colors, text colors, type and style, text boxes and different objects are </p> <p>displayed. It is a combination of text colors, type and style, colors, borders, boxes, different objects, etc. To </p> <p>apply slide design use Design Tab. </p> <p>Applying a Slide Design </p> <p>To apply a slide Design select the Slide you want to apply a theme and click: </p> <p> Design / Themes </p> <p>When we click More button we have following image: </p> <p>Theme groups are: </p> <p> This presentation: This section displays theme or themes applied to active presentation. </p> <p> Custom: This section displays the themes you have modified, customized. </p> <p> Built-in: This section displays the list of themes came together with power point 2010. </p> <p>Detailed options of theme are: </p> <p> Colors: Displays a list of theme colors and is used to change the theme colors. </p> <p> Fonts: Displays a list of theme fonts and is used to change the theme fonts. </p> <p> Effects: Displays a list of theme effects and is used to change the theme effects. </p> <p>To apply different slide Design on presentation right click on </p> <p>Slide Design you want and select: </p> <p> Apply to All Slides: Selected theme is applied to all </p> <p>slides of presentation. </p> <p> Apply to Selected Slides: Selected theme is applied to </p> <p>selected slides of presentation. </p> <p> Set as Default Theme: Selected theme is default theme for all new created presentations. </p> <p>5 </p> <p>Format Background window </p> <p>To apply a slide backgrounds follow: </p> <p> Background / Background Styles / Format </p> <p>Background </p> <p> Format Background group of commands dialog box </p> <p>launcher. </p> <p>Format Background window has following options: </p> <p>Fill: Is used to fill the slide background with a color, </p> <p>colors, image, texture, etc. </p> <p>Picture Correction, Picture Color and Artistic </p> <p>Effects are active when your slide background is an </p> <p>image. </p> <p>Fill options are: </p> <p> Solid Fill: Fills the slide background with one </p> <p>solid fill color. </p> <p> Gradient Fill: Fills the slide background with </p> <p>different colors. </p> <p> Picture or texture fill: Fills the slide </p> <p>background image or texture. </p> <p> Pattern Fill: Fills the slide background with a </p> <p>pattern. </p> <p>Deleting Slides </p> <p>To delete slides firstly select slides from Task Panel (Slides) or From Slide Sorter and then: </p> <p> Right Click on Slide you want to delete and select Delete Slide. </p> <p> Select the Slide you want to delete and press Delete from Keyboard. </p> <p>6 </p> <p>Lesson 5 </p> <p>Animating Objects </p> <p>Animations Tab </p> <p>Animating object is one of most commonly used property of power point. Animating and object </p> <p>means playing it, or moving it. </p> <p>Animating Objects </p> <p>To animate objects firstly select it and animate it from: </p> <p> Animations / Animation / Animation Type </p> <p> Animations / Advanced Animation / Add </p> <p>Animation / Animation Type </p> <p>After we click More button or Add Animation button </p> <p>we have following options: </p> <p> None: Is used to remove applied animation. </p> <p> Entrance (More Entrance Effects): Are used </p> <p>to define how objects are going to enter on </p> <p>Slide during Slide Show. </p> <p> Exit (More Exit Effects): Are used to define </p> <p>how objects are going to exit from Slide during </p> <p>Slide Show. </p> <p> Emphasis (More Emphasis Effects): Are used </p> <p>to emphasis more important texts or images on </p> <p>the Slide during Slide Show. </p> <p> Motion Paths (More Motion Paths): Are used </p> <p>to animate objects on a motion path we define on the Slide during Slide Show. </p> <p>Effect Options: This button is used to change advanced effects of selected effect option. Options of Effect </p> <p>Options changes according to selected effect. </p> <p>Animation Pane: Asnimation Pane button is used to show or hide Animation Panel. </p> <p>Timing group of commands has following commands: </p> <p> Start: Is used to define the way how the animation is </p> <p>going to Start. Options of Start button are: </p> <p>o On Click: The animation starts when you click a </p> <p>keyboard key of mouse button during Slide Show. </p> <p>o With Previous: The animation starts automatically on the same time with previous animation </p> <p>during Slide Show. </p> <p>o After Previous: The animation starts automatically after the previous animation has finished </p> <p>during Slide Show. </p> <p> Duration: Here we define the duration of animation during Slide Show. </p> <p> Delay: Here we define the delay between two consecutive animations during Slide Show. </p> <p>7 </p> <p>Lesson 6 </p> <p>Transitions </p> <p>Transition Tab </p> <p>Transition Tab is used to define how one Slide switches to another one. </p> <p>Applying a Transition </p> <p>In order to apply a transition to a Slide click: </p> <p> Transitions / Transition to this Slide </p> <p>There are three different groups of Transitions. </p> <p> Subtle: Are used when you want to apply soft transition between slides during Slide Show. </p> <p> Exciting: Are used when you want to apply exciting transition between slides during Slide Show. </p> <p> Dynamic Content: Are used when your slides have dynamic content and you want to apply dynamic </p> <p>transition between slides during Slide Show. </p> <p>Effect Options: Changes according to selected transition, and are used to customize selected Slide </p> <p>Transition. </p> <p>Timing group of commands has following commands: </p> <p> Sound: Here we define the sound which will be </p> <p>played on slide transition during Slide Show </p> <p> Duration: Here we define the duration of Transition </p> <p>during Slide Show. </p> <p> Apply to All Slides: Is used to set the transition between all slides in the presentation to be like the </p> <p>transition you have set up for the current slide. </p> <p> Advance Slide </p> <p>o On mouse Click: Passing to the advance slide will be when you stroke a keyboard key or </p> <p>mouse click during the Slide Show. </p> <p>o After 00:02:00: Passing to the advance slide will be automatically after predefined time </p> <p>during the Slide Show. Ex: After 2 minutes. </p> <p>8 </p> <p>Lesson 7 </p> <p>Inserting Objects into a Slide </p> <p>Most of the object which can insert into a Slide can be inserted by using Insert Tab. Some of the objects </p> <p>which can be inserted into a Slide are: Tables, Pictures, Clipart, Screenshots, Photo Albums, Shapes, Chart, </p> <p>Textboxes, WordArt, Videos, and Audios. </p> <p>Inserting Tables: </p> <p>To insert a table on a Slide follow one of following ways: </p> <p> Insert / Tables / Table / Drag the mouse over rows and </p> <p>columns. </p> <p> Insert / Tables / Table / Insert Table </p> <p> Insert / Tables / Table / Draw Table </p> <p>Some of the commands under Insert tab are: </p> <p> Picture: Is used to insert images from files on a slide. To insert </p> <p>a picture click: Insert / Images / Picture </p> <p> Clipart: Is used to insert images, audio and video from Microsoft Gallery on a slide. To insert a </p> <p>clipart click: Insert / Images / Clipart </p> <p> Screenshot Insert / Images / Screenshots </p> <p> Photo Album: Is used to make a new presentation of photos you select. To create a photo album </p> <p>click: Insert / Images / Photo Album </p> <p> Shapes: Is used to insert different drawings into slide. To insert drawings click: Insert / Illustration </p> <p>/ Shape </p> <p> Chart: Is used to insert different graphics into slide. To insert a chart click: Insert / Illustration / </p> <p>Chart. </p> <p> Textboxes: Is used to insert different textboxes into slide. Generally it is used to write texts over </p> <p>images or drawings. To insert textboxes click: Insert / Text / Textbox </p> <p> WordArt: It is used to insert artistic writings into slide. To insert artistic writings click: Insert / </p> <p>Text / WordArt </p> <p> Videos: It is used to insert video information into slide. Videos can be inserted as embedded and </p> <p>linked. To insert video information click: Insert / Media / Video </p> <p> Audios: It is used to insert audio information into slide. Audios can be inserted as embedded and </p> <p>linked. To insert audio information click: Insert / Media / Audio </p> <p>To play the audio information during all slides of presentation from Start </p> <p>options select Play across slides option. To hide the audio icon during slide </p> <p>show of presentation from Audio Options select Hide During Show. </p> <p>9 </p> <p>Lesson 8 </p> <p>Slide Show a Presentation </p> <p>Two most commonly used outputs of power point presentations are Printed outputs and Slide Show </p> <p>output. To print a presentation means to have hard copy of information of presentation. Slide Show </p> <p>presentation means to display to others presentation into digital environment. </p> <p>Slide Show Tabs basic commands </p> <p>Slide Show Tab contains commands to Set Up and Present a Presentation to others into digital environment. </p> <p>Basic and most commonly used commands of Slide Show tab are under Start Slide Show group of </p> <p>commands. These commands are: </p> <p> From Beginning (F5): Is used to start the Slide Show from first slide or presentation. </p> <p> From Current Slide (Shift + F5): Is used to start the Slide Show of presentation from the slide you </p> <p>are working on or from the slide you have selected. </p> <p> Broadcast Slide Show: Is used to present the slide show to audience indifferent places of the world </p> <p>over Internet. </p> <p> Custom Slide Show: Is used to create and present custom slide shows of selected presentation. It is </p> <p>used when you want to display on slide show the slides you wish. </p> <p>Before printing a Presentation you have to prepare it for printing. Preparation for printing of presentation is </p> <p>done by using Design Tab / Page Setup group of commands. </p> <p>These commands are: </p> <p> Page Setup: Is used to change the slide size, and orientation of Slides and Notes, handouts &amp; </p> <p>outline. </p> <p> Slide Orientation: Is used to change only the slide orientation of presentation. </p> <p>10 </p> <p>Lesson 9 </p> <p>Printing a Presentation </p> <p>Before printing presentation you have to open printing backstage (Print Preview) from File / Print. Main </p> <p>settings of printing backstage are: </p> <p>Print: Is used to print Presentation. </p> <p>Copies: Is used to define number of copies </p> <p>of presentation to b...</p>

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