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  • Power Point 2003 BasicsPower Point 2003 Basics

    Power Point Basics Appleton Public Library / 225 N. Oneida Street, WI 54911 / (920) 832-6173 (SK, 2010)

  • What is Power Point?What is Power Point? • Software to create professional-looking presentations

    – Word Processing– Word Processing – Outlining – Drawing (very basic) – Graphing– Graphing – Management tools (how it looks and “acts”)

    • Unconventional Use: make publications with pictures and other elements – Much more flexible / maneuverable than Microsoft Word when it comes – Much more flexible / maneuverable than Microsoft Word when it comes

    to laying things out – Word will try to force things and put things where you don’t want,

    whereas PPT won’t

    • This presentation was created with PowerPoint! – PowerPoint 2003 on a Windows XP platform – PowerPoint on a Mac will look different

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  • Power Point Basics Appleton Public Library / 225 N. Oneida Street, WI 54911 / (920) 832-6173 (SK, 2010)

  • Definitions:

    PresentationPresentation

    • The primary type of file PowerPoint creates has the extension .ppt

    • You can also save PowerPoint presentations as Adobe Acrobat documents with the file extension Adobe Acrobat documents with the file extension .pdf

    • You can also save your presentation as a web page, with the file extension .html or .htm

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    page, with the file extension .html or .htm

  • Definitions:

    SlidesSlides • Individual parts of a presentation• Individual parts of a presentation

    • Similar to the individual pages in a print • Similar to the individual pages in a print document, and can contain – Text– Text – Graphics – Animation

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  • Definitions:

    Layout Layout • The specific arrangement of text and • The specific arrangement of text and

    images on a slide.

    – You can also include animation, sounds, and other

    – Can be very simple (titles and text), or more complex (with sounds, and other

    multimedia objects in your layout

    more complex (with elaborate colors and images). in your layoutimages).

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  • Definitions:

    View • PowerPoint has three main views

    View • PowerPoint has three main views

    – Normal View : the main editing view

    – Slide Sorter View

    – Slide Show View

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  • Power Point Basics Appleton Public Library / 225 N. Oneida Street, WI 54911 / (920) 832-6173 (SK, 2010)

  • Definitions:

    View • PowerPoint has three main views

    View • PowerPoint has three main views

    – Normal View

    – Slide Sorter View : displays your slides in thumbnail form (helpful for rearranging the thumbnail form (helpful for rearranging the order of your slides).

    – Slide Show View

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  • Power Point Basics Appleton Public Library / 225 N. Oneida Street, WI 54911 / (920) 832-6173 (SK, 2010)

  • Definitions:

    View • PowerPoint has three main views

    View • PowerPoint has three main views

    – Normal View

    – Slide Sorter View

    – Slide Show View : takes up the full computer screen, like an actual slide show presentation.screen, like an actual slide show presentation.

    • In this full-screen view, you see your presentation as your audience will….

    • It’s also what you’re looking at

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    • It’s also what you’re looking at right now!

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    �� The specific “look” of a slide or group of slides. The specific “look” of a slide or group of slides.

    �� Can be very basic or colorful and complex. Can be very basic or colorful and complex.

    �� Typically, the same design template is used for Typically, the same design template is used for all slides all slides –– but it is possible to select a different but it is possible to select a different design template for each slide.design template for each slide.design template for each slide.design template for each slide.

    (Format: Slide Design / Layout)(Format: Slide Design / Layout)

  • Definitions:

    Placeholder Placeholder

    • Boxes with dotted or hatch-marked outlines that appear when you create a new slide. appear when you create a new slide.

    • These boxes act as "placeholders" for objects • These boxes act as "placeholders" for objects such as the slide title, text, clip art, charts, and tables.

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    (Table, Chart, ClipArt, Picture, Diagram or Organization Chart, Media Clip)

  • Definitions:

    Sizing Handles Sizing Handles

    • Small circles that appear along the edges of the • Small circles that appear along the edges of the selection rectangle around an object on your slide. slide.

    • You drag a sizing handle to change the shape or size of an object. size of an object.

    • To maintain the proportions of an object while resizing, simply drag a corner handle.

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    resizing, simply drag a corner handle.

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