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|Introduction To Ms-powerpoint – Part 1 (versions 2007, 2010, 2013 And 2016) by microsofttutor(m): 11:46am On Oct 18, 2016|
There are many cases where one may need an electronic aid especially those that address the public from time to time. For example, inspirational speakers, lecturers, advertisers and even students especially those in higher institutions. MS-PowerPoint has all that it takes to help you drive your points without much stress.
Throughout this tutorial, I will be using MS-PowerPoint 2013 to illustrate. My reason for choosing this version is that it has similar features with the previous versions like MS-PowerPoint 2007, 2010 and also with later versions like version 2016. Nevertheless, I will still point out some of the noticeable differences in the previous and later versions as we move along.
This is a full course tutorial which covers all the aspects of Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. It has three parts and this is the part one of this tutorial.
HOW TO STUDY THE CHAPTERS OF THIS TUTORIAL
This tutorial assumes that you don’t have any knowledge of graphical presentation and slide animation. It explains from the scratch, every bit of MS-PowerPoint using the various versions such as versions 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016. So if you are a novice in graphical presentation and animation, you are at the right place. This tutorial is prepared for you.
Each part of this tutorial contains the procedures to achieve some tasks, some practical examples and some practical exercise for you in order to help you comprehend its content.
The first part contains the introduction to MS-PowerPoint. It also familiarizes you with some of its features especially version 2016.
It is recommended in this tutorial that you have a PC or an access to a computer system, so as to enable you practicalize the procedures and exercises. Also try as much as possible to practice the exercises in this tutorial for a deeper comprehension of the contents of this tutorial
What is Microsoft PowerPoint?
MS-PowerPoint is a powerful, electronic, graphic and presentation software. It is used by program presenters to present and animate information in slides. One of the advantages of this software package is that it has some pre designed templates for quick design and use. It is used by many people especially those who deal with graphic presentation like product and graphic advertisers, students, lecturers, etc. A PowerPoint presentation is a collection of slides that help people to present a speech.
USES OF MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
MS-PowerPoint is needed in many fields especially business, academics, education, art, etc.
below are some of the uses of MS-PowerPoint
1. MS-PowerPoint is used by program and product advertisers to present information in slides which can be animated.
2. Students used for project defense.
3. Lecturers, teachers and presenters use it to prepare lively lectures.
4. It is also used by inspirational speakers to present and illustrate ideas and also present speeches using a collection of slides.
A slide serves the same function to PowerPoint as a page serves to a word processor. It is a basic part of a presentation. Information like text, images, videos, etc.
The master slide serves as a template. It is used to design the layout of slides before you start to add content to individual slides. It saves a lot of work and time.
It can be used to specify colours, fonts, headings, images and object positions. Once added to the master slide, these specifications will automatically be applied to all other slides in the presentation..
This determines how a slide appears and disappears from screen. There are many types like cut fade push, etc.
Click Here http://www.microsofttut.com/2016/10/introduction-to-ms-powerpoint-part-1.html to read more
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