PowerPoint 2016 Part 1
PowerPoint is Microsoft’s powerful and easy-to-use presentation program. This version of PowerPoint incorporates some new features and connectivity options in an effort to make collaboration and production as easy as possible.
This PowerPoint training course is intended to help all novice computer users get up to speed with PowerPoint quickly. We will cover different features of the interface; show users how to create, save, and present a basic presentation; cover the basics of formatting; and discuss how to add multimedia to a presentation.
Getting Started with PowerPoint
Students will learn how to navigate the PowerPoint environment, create and save a PowerPoint presentation, and use PowerPoint help (including the new Tell Me feature).
Developing a PowerPoint Presentation
This lesson covers the key steps in developing a PowerPoint presentation: selecting a presentation type, building the presentation itself, laying out the presentation, editing text, and viewing and navigating the presentation.
Performing Advanced Text Editing
This lesson provides techniques for formatting characters, paragraphs, and text boxes.
Adding Graphical Elements to Your Presentation
Students will learn how to add images, screenshots, screen recordings, shapes, and WordArt to a presentation.
Modifying Objects in Your Presentation
Topics covered in this lesson include how to edit, format, group, and arrange objects. Students will also be introduced to PowerPoint’s animation features.
Adding Tables to Your Presentation
This lesson focuses on how to create and format a table. Ways to add data from other Microsoft Office applications are also discussed.
Adding Charts to Your Presentation
Next, students will learn how to create, format, and manipulate a chart. The lesson will conclude with a brief look at inserting a chart from Microsoft Excel.
Preparing to Deliver Your Presentation
In this final lesson, students will learn how to review, print, and deliver a presentation. Techniques for applying transitions to slides will also be covered.
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