Introduction to PowerPoint 2002
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- Paperback | 139 pages
- 203.2 x 256.5 x 8.4mm | 308.45g
- 01 Oct 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- 3rd ed.
Table of contents
1. Introduction. Introduction to Technical Presentations. Introduction to PowerPoint XP. The Right Way Versus Any Way You Can. How to Use This Book. Overview of Topics Covered. 2. Microsoft PowerPoint XP Guided Tour. Running PowerPoint for the First Time. The PowerPoint XP Screen. PowerPoint Views. Anatomy of a PowerPoint Slide. Printing and Saving Your Presentation. Getting Help. 3. Creating a PowerPoint Presentation. The PowerPoint Slide Master. Designing a Slide Master. Designing a Title Master. Creating New Slides. Creating Slides That Differ from the Master Format. 4. Incorporating Graphics and Embedded Objects into Your Presentation. Introduction. Drawing Graphics Using the Drawing Toolbar. Importing Graphics Displayed on the Computer Screen. Scanned Images. Images from Files. Embedded Images. Text Boxes. Equations. Tables. Charts and Graphs. Clip Art. Manipulating Graphical Objects Using the Draw Menu. 5. Advanced Tools and Techniques. Checking Your Slides. Animation Effects. Converting PowerPoint Presentation to Web Pages. Working on Another Computer. 6. Assembling and Preparing Your Presentation. Introduction. Preparing for the Unexpected. Preparing Your Materials. Organizing Your Presentation. Preparing Yourself: The Importance of Rehearsal. The Moment of Truth: Giving Your Talk.