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Tuesday, 23 Oct 2018

Microsoft Powerpoint 2000 - Introductory

Course Objectives

This course aims to give users a broad introduction to PowerPoint making attendees aware of as many features as possible during the day. The main objective is to create effective and clear business presentations.

Following the course we hope clients will be able to return and use the product confidently, to be aware of the quickest ways to carry out the main commands, and know broadly the capabilities of the product.

Who Should Attend?

Any new user of PowerPoint or any existing user who feels they should be more aware of the program's many features and shortcuts. Previous knowledge of the program will not be assumed although some knowledge of computer basics and working with Windows is expected. The topics covered on our "Introduction to Microsoft Windows" course are an adequate prerequisite for this course.

Course Contents

Getting Started.

  • The PowerPoint screen
  • Using PowerPoint's Wizards
  • The PowerPoint "Views"

Presentation Basics.

  • Creating a Presentation
  • Saving & Printing a PowerPoint file

Text Based Slides.

  • Using the Outline
  • Promoting & Demoting
  • Moving Paragraphs
  • Moving Slides
  • Formatting text & shortcuts

Drawing Features.

  • Review of all Drawing tools
  • Producing your own artwork
  • Using PowerPoint's Clipart

Charting features.

  • Creating Graphs
  • Creating Organisational charts

Inserting other objects, such as Word tables & Text Art.

Masters and Templates.

A review of available templates

  • Changing Master Items
  • Colours & Backgrounds
  • Changing text & paragraph styles
  • Headers & Footers

Creating an Electronic Presentation.

  • Transitions & Builds
  • Setting Timings
  • Slide show shortcuts

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