This ILT Series course covers the basic functions and features of PowerPoint 2013. After an introduction to PowerPoint’s window components, students will open and run a presentation and switch between views. They’ll create a basic presentation and add content; arrange, insert, and delete slides; and apply templates and design themes. Then, they’ll learn how to create and edit shapes, insert and modify WordArt objects and pictures, and work with tables, charts, and diagrams. Finally, they’ll learn how to proof a presentation, create speaker notes, and present and share their presentations.
After completing this course, students will know how to:
- Explore the PowerPoint environment; open and run a presentation; use Help option; and close a presentation and PowerPoint.
- Create a new presentation; add new slides to it; save and update changes; rearrange and delete slides; and insert slides from another presentation.
- Format text and bulleted lists; use the Find, Replace, Cut, Copy, and Paste commands; and align text.
- Draw objects by using tools in the Drawing group; format, modify, move, rotate, and delete drawn objects by using groups on the Drawing Tools Format tab; add text to drawn objects; and apply formatting to drawn objects.
- Use WordArt to create visually appealing text objects; add images to a slide and modify images by using the Picture Tools tab options; and add modify clip art images.
- Add a table to a presentation, enter text in the table, and format the table; create and modify a chart by using the Create Chart dialog box and the option on the Chart Tools tabs; and create and modify an IGX chart by using the options on the IGX Graphic Tools tab.
- Modify a presentation by using a template; make global changes to a presentation by using the Master Slide view; specify slide transitions and timings; add speaker notes and footers to a slide show; and set up a slide show for a speaker and for a kiosk.
- Proof a presentation for mistakes by using the Spell Check, AutoCorrect, and Thesaurus features; prepare a presentation to be shown by customizing and previewing it; and use the Print dialog box and the Print Preview tab to specify printing options for an entire presentation, an individual slide, handouts, and notes pages.
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Classroom Training- 1 Day
The target student for this course is an individual who wants to learn the basic features of PowerPoint to create effective presentation by using the drawing tools, clip art, WordArt, charts, and tables. Students need little or no experience using PowerPoint.