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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Unit-A
Creating a Presentation in PowerPoint 2010
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A presentation program used to create an electronic slide show, 35mm slides, transparency masters for an overhead projector, handouts, outline pages, etc. Information can be imported from spreadsheet, database, and word processing files.
PowerPoint has five primary views:
~Slide Sorter view
~Notes Page view
~Slide Show view
Each view (EXCEPT Notes Page) has its own button at the bottom right on the Status bar (Normal, Slide Sorter, Slide Show, and Notes Page) All views can also be accessed using the View tab on the ribbon.
(Default) is divided into three panes or sections:
-Outline and Slides tabs pane
Is the primary editing view where you add text, graphics, and other elements to the slides. Displays the Outline and Slides tabs, the Slide pane, and the Notes pane at the same time; use this view to work on your presentation's content, layout, and notes concurrently.
Outline and Slides tabs pane
On the Outline tab, the presentation is displayed in the form of an outline, without graphics. Text can be dragged to new locations. On the Slides tab, your presentation is seen in Thumbnail images. These can be used to quickly navigate through the presentation. You can also edit, delete, and rearrange slides using this tab.
Lets you type in speaker notes for any slide; they are NOT visible to the audience.
(large pane) Contains the current slide in the presentation, including all text and graphics. This is the primary editing view where you add all elements to your slide.
Slide Sorter View
Displays thumbnails of all slides in the presentation; use this view to rearrange slides and add special effects
(i.e. transitions, sounds, etc.)
Slide Sorter view
Is primarily used to rearrange slides; however, you can also add slide effects and design themes in this view. Displays thumbnails of all slides; use this view to rearrange and add special effects to your slides.
Slide Show View
Displays your presentation on a full screen as a slide show.
Slide Show view
Displays your presentation over whole computer screen and is designed to show your presentation to an audience.
Displays a reduced image of the current slide above a large text box where notes can be entered or viewed. Notes do not show in the presentation.
Notes Page view
Used to type notes that are important for each slide. Displays a reduced image of the current slide above a large text box where you can enter or view notes.
Similar to Slide Show view, it is designed to view your presentation on a computer screen.
Boxes with dotted borders where text is entered. The Title Slide has 2 text placeholders: a Title and a Subtitle placeholder.
Can be used to insert text or objects such as clip art, tables, charts, etc. These will appear on any new slide (except the first one) but can be changed at any time.
In Access, any item on a slide that can be modified (i.e. a placeholder with text, image, etc.)
New Slide button
Home tab: Slides group
(Home tab: Slides group) A slide layout contains text and object placeholders that are arranged in a specific way on the slide. There are 9 slide layouts from which to choose. Choose the layout that most closely resembles how you want your slide to be organized
(i.e. with bullets, picture, etc.)
(Design tab: Themes group) Incorporates sets of colors for fill, lines, shadows, text, and other effects to provide a cohesive and attractive look to a presentation. There are 20 built-in themes.
Previous/Next Slide buttons
Double arrows in scroll bar will take you to the previous or next slide.
If you wish to print only a particular slide, choose SLIDES: on the Print menu, then type the slide number.
Can print in:
Lets you print up to nine slides per page (on Print menu, click All, then go to PRINT WHAT section, click Handouts, then click Slides per page, then number to be printed per page).
(or any view can be printed from the Print menu) -Choose this option under PRINT WHAT in the Print menu to print the outline (or other view)
Prints slide on top half of page with notes on bottom.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
A powerful computer software program that enables you to create visually dynamic presentations.
You can create individual slides and display them as a slide show on your computer, a video projector, or over the Internet.
A computer program you use to organize and present information to others.
Can help you effectively communicate your ideas. You can use PowerPoint to create presentations, as well as speaker notes for the presenter and handouts for the audience.
Default view in PowerPoint. Primary view you use to write, edit, and design your presentation. Divided into three areas called panes.
Outline and Slides tabs
Normal view's pane on the left.
The large pane in normal view. Displays the current slide in your presentation.
The small pane below the Slide pane. Is used to type text that references a slide's content. Is not visible to the audience when you show a slide presentation in Slide Show view.
Is a wide (toolbar-like) band that runs across the entire PowerPoint window that organizes all of PowerPoint's primary commands.
Each set of primary commands is identified with this.
Commands are further arranged into this.
Displays the text of your presentation in the form of an outline, without showing graphics or other visual objects.
Displays the slides of your presentation as small images, called thumbnails.
Icons on the status bar allow you to switch quickly between PowerPoint views.
Located at the bottom of the PowerPoint window, shows messages about what you are doing and seeing in PowerPoint, including which slide you are viewing, and the design theme applied to the presentation.
Displays the Zoom slider controls, the Fit slide to current window button, and information on other functionality such as signatures and permissions.
Is in the lower-right corner of the status bar, use to zoom the slide in and out quickly.
Boxes with dotted borders--where you enter text.
Is any item on a slide that can be modified. Are the building blocks that make up a presentation slide.
A blinking vertical line, indicates where your text appears when you type in the placeholder.
A dashed line border and sizing handles appears around the placeholder, indicating that it is selected and ready to accept text.
Contains text and object placeholders that are arranged in a specific way on the slide.
Can be used to insert text or objects such as tables, charts, or pictures.
Includes a set of 12 coordinated colors for fill, line, and shadow, called theme colors.
The set of fonts for titles and other text.
The set of effects for lines and fills.
Allows you to see how your changes affect the slides before actually making the change. Lasts about 1 minute, then the slide reverts back to its original state.
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