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Microsoft Office Powerpoint Quicksteps : Consumer Application & Hardware - OMG - Carole Matthews

Microsoft Office Powerpoint Quicksteps

Consumer Application & Hardware - OMG

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Brace youself, because here comes QuickSteps: The fast, easy, accessible information on PowerPoint 2003 in a full-color cookbook-style format. Provides answers to all of your How-do-I questions in a concise and meaningful way. Lengthwise page layout allows for easy page viewing. Useful tips and cautions are displayed in the margins so that they don't break the flow of the quick steps themselves.

Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Introductionp. xvii
Stepping into PowerPointp. 1
Start PowerPointp. 1
Use the Start Menu to Load PowerPointp. 2
Starting PowerPointp. 3
Open a Presentationp. 3
Change Opening Default Viewp. 5
Displaying Viewsp. 5
Open Sort Slider Viewp. 6
Using the Slide Sorter Toolbarp. 7
Start a Slide Showp. 7
Personalize PowerPointp. 7
Select Another Task Panep. 7
Using Task Panesp. 7
Remove the Startup Task Panep. 8
Display a Toolbarp. 8
Show Toolbars on Two Rowsp. 9
Customize a Toolbarp. 9
Using Toolbarsp. 11
Get Helpp. 11
Open Help Three Waysp. 11
Access Offline Helpp. 12
Using Helpp. 13
Do Researchp. 13
End Your PowerPoint Presentationp. 14
Save a Presentation Automaticallyp. 14
Saving a Presentationp. 15
Close a Presentation Sessionp. 16
Creating the Presentationp. 17
Prepare to Create a Presentationp. 17
Create a PowerPoint Folderp. 18
Change the Default Save Folderp. 18
Create a Presentationp. 19
Create a Presentation Using AutoContent Wizardp. 20
Add a Template to the Wizardp. 21
Create a Presentation Using a Design Templatep. 22
Working with Templatesp. 23
Create a Templatep. 23
Create a Presentation from Another Presentationp. 23
Choosing Layout and Design Elementsp. 24
Create a Presentation from Scratchp. 24
Adding Content to a Slidep. 25
Outline a Presentationp. 25
Create an Outlinep. 25
Indenting with the Keyboardp. 28
Insert an Outline From Other Sourcesp. 29
Using the Outlining Toolbarp. 30
Preview the Outlinep. 30
Print the Outlinep. 30
Insert a Hyperlink in the Outlinep. 31
Dealing with Presentationsp. 32
Send the Outline to Microsoft Wordp. 32
Working with Slides, Notes, and Mastersp. 33
Work With Slidesp. 33
Navigate from Slide to Slidep. 34
Navigating with the Keyboardp. 34
Insert a Slidep. 34
Moving or Copying a Slidep. 37
Display Two or More Presentations at Oncep. 37
Using a Keyboard with Slidesp. 37
Duplicate a Slidep. 37
Copy a Design Using Browsep. 38
Create a Color Schemep. 38
Use a Slide Layoutp. 43
Copy Color with Format Painterp. 44
Using Headers and Footers on Slidesp. 45
Work With Hyperlinksp. 46
Work With Notesp. 47
Create a Notep. 47
Preview Speaker Notesp. 49
Print Notes and Handoutsp. 50
Using Headers and Footers on Notes and Handoutsp. 50
Work with Slide and Title, Note and Handout Mastersp. 52
Manage Slide and Title Mastersp. 52
Working with Slides Mastersp. 54
Work with the Notes Masterp. 56
Change the Handout Masterp. 57
Modifying Slide Textp. 59
Select a Layoutp. 59
Select a Layoutp. 60
Use Text Placeholdersp. 61
Setting Margins, Word Wrap, Anchor Points, and Rotating Textp. 65
Set and Change Tab Settingsp. 65
Change Line and Paragraph Spacingp. 65
Using Listsp. 66
Editing Slide Textp. 68
Change Capitalizationp. 68
Use the Font Dialog Boxp. 68
Change Fonts, Font Size, Color, Style, and Effectsp. 69
Moving or Copying Textp. 70
Align Textp. 71
Use AutoFitp. 71
Copy Formatting with Format Painterp. 72
Using the Office Clipboardp. 72
Use AutoCorrectp. 72
Use Spell Checkp. 75
Creating Tables in Slidesp. 77
Create Tablesp. 77
Inserting a Table from Scratchp. 78
Insert a Tablep. 78
Enter Textp. 86
Aligning Textp. 86
Format Textp. 87
Rotating Text in Cellsp. 88
Delete a Tablep. 88
Use the Tables And Borders Toolbarp. 89
Selecting Table Componentsp. 90
Insert Columns and Rowsp. 91
Change Size of Columns and Rowsp. 92
Deleting Columns and Rowsp. 93
Work with Bordersp. 93
Merging or Splitting Cellsp. 96
Shade Cells, Columns, Rows, or a Tablep. 96
Use Special Effects in the Table Backgroundp. 97
Use a Picture in Your Tablep. 97
Enter Formulasp. 99
Working with Clip Art and Graphsp. 101
Work with Clip Artp. 102
Find and Insert Clip Artp. 102
Change the Color of Clip Artp. 103
Crop a Picturep. 106
Changing the Contrast and Brightnessp. 106
Manage Clips with Clip Organizerp. 106
Deleting a Clip from the Clip Organizerp. 107
Renaming a Collectionp. 108
Adding Keywords or Captions to Clipsp. 109
Search for Clip Art on the Webp. 109
Working with Objectsp. 110
Display Grid and Guidesp. 110
Use Format Painterp. 112
Work with Graphs/Chartsp. 113
Use Graphsp. 113
Working with a Chart in Microsoft Graphp. 115
Working with an Excel Graph/Chartp. 117
Enter Chart Datap. 117
Select the Type of Chartp. 118
Insert Leader Lines on a Pie Chartp. 121
Format Chartsp. 122
Working with Organization Charts and Diagramsp. 131
Create an Organization Chartp. 132
Begin an Organization Chartp. 132
Modify Text in Boxesp. 133
Insert a Boxp. 133
Insert Complex Org Chart Templatesp. 134
Use an AutoFormat Stylep. 136
Insert Multiple Boxesp. 138
Selecting Boxesp. 138
Rearrange Boxesp. 138
Change the Layout of an Org Chartp. 139
Format Boxes and Box Outlinesp. 140
Format Connecting Linesp. 142
Format Textp. 144
Use Zoomp. 145
Use a Diagramp. 146
Using the Diagram Toolbarp. 146
Insert a Diagramp. 147
Special Effects and Drawing in PowerPointp. 149
Work with Special Effectsp. 149
Transition between Slidesp. 150
Animate Objects and Slidesp. 151
Use Special Effects in the Slide Backgroundp. 156
Hide Master Background Graphicsp. 160
Use Special Effects with Textp. 161
Using the WordArt Toolbarp. 162
Draw in PowerPointp. 163
Draw a Shapep. 164
Draw a Line or Arrowp. 165
Use AutoShapesp. 165
Combine Shapes by Groupingp. 166
Working with Curvesp. 167
Create a Mirror Imagep. 167
Positioning Shapesp. 169
Format Shapesp. 169
Add Shadows to Shapesp. 172
Add 3-D Effectsp. 172
Rotate and Flip Shapesp. 175
Insert a Text Boxp. 176
Use Zoomp. 176
Working with Multimedia and the Internetp. 177
Use Multimedia Files in Your Presentationp. 178
Insert Sounds from the Clip Organizerp. 178
Insert Sound from a Filep. 179
Insert a CD Trackp. 180
Set Options for Sound Effectsp. 181
Change Size of Embedded Sound Filesp. 182
Record Sound Filesp. 182
Use Video Files in Your Presentationp. 187
Changing Video Optionsp. 187
Package Presentation Filesp. 187
Use the Internet with Your Presentationsp. 187
Connect to Web Pages with Hyperlinksp. 188
Use Action Buttons to Connect to a Web Pagep. 189
Transfer to an FTP Sitep. 194
Publish Your Presentation as a Web Pagep. 195
Changing Web Optionsp. 196
Use the Web Toolbarp. 196
View a Slide Show in a Default Browserp. 197
Printing and Running a Slide Showp. 199
Run a Slide Showp. 199
Automate a Slide Showp. 200
Use a Laptop to Control the Presentationp. 200
Setting Up a Slide Showp. 202
Present a Dual-Monitor Slide Showp. 203
Use a Pen Toolp. 207
Navigating a Slide Showp. 208
Rehearse Your Timingp. 208
Display a Blank Screenp. 209
Write Notes during the Presentationp. 209
Create a Custom Slide Showp. 209
Setting Print Optionsp. 209
Place a Shortcut on Your Desktopp. 211
Print Presentations in Various Waysp. 211
Preview Slides before Printingp. 212
Setting Print Preview Optionsp. 213
Set Page Setupp. 214
Print Grayscale or Black and White Slidesp. 215
Print Transparenciesp. 215
Print a PostScript File for 35mm Slidesp. 216
Stop Printingp. 217
Change Printersp. 217
Indexp. 219
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ISBN: 9780072232301
ISBN-10: 0072232307
Series: Consumer Application & Hardware - OMG
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 27th January 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.3 x 20.0  x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.58
Edition Number: 1