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GETTING STARTED Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most popular presentation programs supported by both Mac and PC platforms. Microsoft PowerPoint can be used to create interactive presentations for classroom, business, or personal use. CREATING A NEW PRESENTATION Many of the steps you are about to read are for both PC and Mac computers. Some of the steps have very similar descriptions. For your benefit, this tutorial has combined the information but will offer different screen shots for each system when necessary. OPENING MICROSOFT POWERPOINT ON A PC To launch Microsoft PowerPoint, go to Start > Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (Figure 1). A blank presentation will open. Figure 1. Navigate to Microsoft PowerPoint on a PC. PowerPoint 2 SAVING YOUR DOCUMENT Computers crash and documents are lost all the time, so it is best to save often. SAVING INITIALLY There are several options for saving your document on a PC. First, you can click on the Office Button and select Save from the drop-down menu. Second, you can click on the Office Button and select Save As. This will allow you to save your document in several formats including the older version (.ppt), which allows your presentation to open in any version of Microsoft PowerPoint. Finally, you can save by click the small blue disk icon to the right of the Office Button. Note: If you want to save your document on and then open it on another computer you must specify a file extension (i.e. .ppt). Usually your computer will do this for you, but if it does not you must do this process while in Save As. Once you have titled your document, you can give it a file extension by clicking in the Format box. Click PowerPoint 97-2003 Presentation for the correct file extension.
Overview The goal of this tutorial is to introduce you to the fundamentals of PowerPoint 2007. This tutorial includes step-bystep instructions for creating a presentation; adding and formatting text, images, and media; organizing and animating slides; and showing a presentation. In addition, a special section covering PowerPoint design tips concludes the tutorial. This tutorial is intended to supplement the discussion of visual aids in your textbook. Getting Started Screen Elements Before jumping into the technical instructions on how to create a PowerPoint presentation, first let’s get familiar with the most important features of a standard PowerPoint window. PowerPoint 2007 Tutorial Page 2 © 2010 by The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Microsoft Office Button: The Microsoft Office button appears in the top left corner of the window and includes basic file functions such as New, Open, Save, and Print. Tabs: The many buttons and menu options required to create and edit presentations are grouped into seven distinct categories and accessible from tab-like buttons which appear across the top of the window. Ribbon: The ribbon contains the buttons and menu options specific to each tab for creating and editing presentations. Current Slide: The current slide appears in the middle of the screen and contains the contents of a particular PowerPoint slide.
Making the Switch to Microsoft Office 2013 Explore the features of Microsoft Office 2013 using the links found here. These links will guide you to descriptions, videos, and reference cards found at http://office.microsoft.com. See the index below for highlights from specific programs. Getting started with Office 2013 Index to information about all the Office 2013 programs What’s new in Office 2013 Overview of some of the latest new features included in Office 2013 Office 2013 Quick Start Guides Downloadable guides to help you get started with Access 2013, Excel 2013, OneNote 2013, Outlook 2013, PowerPoint 2013, Project 2013, Publisher 2013, Visio 2013, and Word 2013. Office Touch Guide An interactive guide to using the new Office on a touch screen Index to specific programs Word 2013 Excel 2013 PowerPoint 2013 Access 2013 Outlook 2013 Microsoft Office 2013 – Making the Switch Page 1 of 4 - rev. 3/2013
Note: To minimize the Tabs (Ribbons), use the Ctrl+F1 shortcut. The tab options will change, depending on what you’re doing in a program. Images and text offer different options. Live preview – some programs have gallery options, which are preformatted designs. When you choose a gallery option, you can move the mouse over one of the styles to get a preview of what the design would like in that style. When you resize an object, you’ll notice a transparent sampling appear. File menu options Click on File in the upper left-hand corner. Options are: Note: There’s a Back arrow to get back to your presentation. File/Open To open a previously saved presentation, click on File and on Open. If the file is listed on the right, double-click to open it. If it’s not, click on Computer to navigate to the appropriate location, such as your computer’s Desktop, a file folder, etc. © Boone County Public Library – www.bcpl.org 10/13 JU
Microsoft PowerPoint: Basics The PowerPoint Window The Ribbon the Ribbon uses tabs to group commands and features in logical, task-oriented categories. In PowerPoint 2010 File, Home, Insert, Review, View, and Add-ins tabs, which are common to other Office programs (see PowerPoint quick reference handout) Creating a PowerPoint Presentation Open PowerPoint A slide featuring a place for a title and subtitle appear you may begin your presentation with this slide or choose a different slide layout Creating designs for your slides The Design tab allows you to choose page setup, themes and background Formatting Text You can perform basic or advance text formatting from the Ribbon font type, size, font style, underline and font color. Inserting clip art and pictures into the presentation Transitions You can add movement and sound to text or to the slides in a presentation. Animation can help create a livelier and more interesting slide show. PowerPoint provides some preset animation or allows you to customize the animation to fit your needs. Hennepin County Library – 2/1/2013
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