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Basic features

 Office button
 Ribbon

 Tabs

 Quick access toolbar

Power point view

1. Normal view

 Most commonly used view

 Consist of 4 area
 Slide pane – main window, can input and edit text,
add pictures and other graphics
 Slides tab – thumbnail view, easily navigate on

slide while editing, enable to change the orders

of the slides
 Outline tab – contains all the text entries on the

 Notes pane – add notes on each slide, notes not

visible during slide show, print it and act as

reference guide during presentation

 Slide sorter view
 Slides displayed as thumbnails
 Useful in performing an overall review
 Easily navigate, reorder, delete or copy slide
 Notes page view
 Split into two parts – top, selected slide, bottom
area to input notes.
 Text on notes area would not appear on the
slide, can be printed to aid during
 Slide show view
 Forpresentation purposes
 Use button or press F5

Project 1 – creating a new presentation
 Blank presentation vs templates
 Installedtemplates - installed together
 Online templates – can search and dload
 Custom and recent templates – previously
 Inserting content and Title
 Consider the audience
 Keep it short and simple
 Avoid too much lists and bullets
 Clarity
 Personalize your presentation
 Use visuals

 Creating a title page
 First slide of presentation
 Creating an outline
 Can be written in word document and transfer into
 Changing the Size and Color of the text
 Drop down list – right click mouse
 Tabs and Groups – home tab

 Keyboard shortcuts – ctrl + [ (reduce size) or ctrl + ]

(increase size)
 Inserting text boxes
 Can insert components aside from those already
provided by the presentation template.

 Bullets and numbered list
 Bulleted list
 Numbered list
 Using pictures for bullets
 Headers and footers
 Provide additional info without altering the
context of presentation
 Insert – text group
 Can use whether to apply for all slides or for
specific slides only.
 Choosing a theme and Background
 Design tab

 Master slide and layouts
 To make the design consistent includes color
schemes, backgrounds, text box and image
layouts, fonts, fonts sizes and formats