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Table of Contents
Setting Up a Slide
Inserting a Picture
Inserting a Sound File
Inserting a Movie
Transitions

Saving the File
Viewing the Slide Show
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Setting Up a Slide
1.
Start PowerPoint.
2.
You can choose the wizard tool, a template, or a blank presentation. Choose Design Template and click OK.

setting up a slide
3.
Choose the TR_0002 template.

choose new presenation
4.
The New Slide layout screen appears. You can select from a variety pre-designed layouts. Choose Title Slide Click OK.

new slide
5.
Click in the Title Box.

slide title box
6.
You can choose different fonts by selecting Font from the Format menu or by pulling down on fonts in the Formatting Bar. You can also select the size and style.

presentation font
7.
Choose a font, size, color and style. Type your title. For this workshop, type Template Ready. You can also add a subtitle. PowerPoint Presentation.

slide presentation title

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Inserting a Picture
1.
Click on New Slide in the Common Tasks window or New Slide from the Insert menu. The short cut is Ctrl+M.

adding a new slide to a presentation
2.
Choose the Clip Art and Text slide.

adding a clip art and text slide
3.
Insert clip art on your slide by double clicking on the icon or selecting picture from clip art in the Insert menu.

inserting clip art in your slide
4.
Choose business category and then one of the pictures from the clip art gallery.

choosing clip art to insert into presentation
5.
The clip art is automatically inserted in the box. Click the title to change the text, font, color and size.

adding text to the slide
6.
By default the text in the body text box is a bulleted (see previous screen shot ). This might be fine for listing items, but when you want to type a paragraph, this feature can be annoying. To eliminate bullets, click on the text box. Choose Bullets and Numbering from the Format menu. Click on None and then OK.

format slide text formatting slide text
7.
Type the following in the text box (The problem to solve is how to increase profits without raising prices). Be sure to hit enter at the end of each line so the text will line up on the left.

presentation slide with text and clip art

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Inserting a Sound File
1.
Click on New Slide in the Common Tasks window or New Slide from the Insert menu. The short cut is Ctrl+M.

inserting a sound into a presentation slide
2.
Select the Two Column Text Slide.

multiple column slide
3.
Add a sound by selecting Movies and Sounds then Sound from Gallery in the Insert menu.

adding sound to a presentation
4.
Click on Music.

inserting sound to a presentation slide
5.
Right click on upbeat and select insert. Close the window.

choosing sound for a presentation slide
6.
Choose whether or not you want the sound to play automatically or when you click it. You can further customize the order in which objects are played or displayed on your slide by going to custom animation under the Slide Show Menu. You will learn more about custom animation when you insert a movie.

setting the slide sound attributes

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Inserting a Movie
1.
Click on New Slide in the Common Tasks window or New Slide from the Insert menu. The short cut is Ctrl+M.

inserting a movie to a presentation slide
2.
Select the Title Only Slide.

choosing a movie slide for the presentation
3.
To insert a movie select Movies and Sounds from the Insert menu and choose Movies from Gallery.

choosing a movie to insert in the slide presentation
4.
Right click on the image and select insert. Close the window and return to the slide show.

inserting a selected movie into a slide presentation
5.
In order for the animation to play, you must set the controls for how it will be played. Highlight the movie. Select Custom Animation from the Slide Show menu.

slide custom animation


Check the box next to your movie object. Then, choose the effects you want the movie to exhibit such as flying in from the bottom before it is played.

choosing effects on a custom animation slide


Finally, set the order in which items on your slide will be displayed and whether or not they will appear automatically or on a mouse click.

setting timing on a presentation slide


setting effects on a presentation slide

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Transitions
Transitions between slides will make the show look more professional. The transition you choose will precede the slide.
1.
Go to your first slide, then select Slide Transition from the Slide Show menu.

slide transition in a presentation
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Choose the effect and speed you want for the transition. Choose whether or not you want to advance each slide with the mouse or automatically. You can also have a sound effect between slides. Then, click Apply for the current slide or Apply to All for every slide.

slide transition effect

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Saving the File
1.
Save your file often. Select Save As from the File menu. Pull down on the arrow and choose Presentation as the file type (ppt). Name the file and click on Save.
2.
To save it as a slide show, select Save As from the File menu. Pull down on the arrow and choose PowerPoint Show as the file type (pps). Name the file and click on Save.
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Viewing the Slide Show
Select View Show from the Slide Show menu.

viewing a powerpoint slide show

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