Workshop Code: hsts-w22
You will learn:
This workshop includes coverage of showing users how to create, save, and present a basic presentation; cover the basics of formatting; and discuss how to add multimedia to a presentation.
Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
Students should be comfortable using the keyboard, mouse, and Start menu. No previous experience with other versions of Microsoft PowerPoint is required.
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Our workshops are offered all year around. Upon registration we enroll you to the earliest available class but you can reschedule it free of charge.
1- Navigating the PowerPoint Environment
2- Creating and Saving a PowerPoint Presentation
3- Developing a PowerPoint Presentation
4- Laying Out a Presentation
5- Editing Text
6- Viewing and Navigating a Presentation
The following topics may be included at the discretion of your instructor.
7- Formatting Characters
8- Formatting Paragraphs
9- Formatting Text Boxes
10- Inserting Images
11- Inserting Shapes
12- Inserting WordArt
13- Editing Objects
14- Formatting Objects
15- Arranging Objects
16- Animating Objects
17- Adding Tables to Your Presentation
18- Formatting Tables
19- Adding Charts to Your Presentation
20- Manipulating a Chart
21- Preparing to Deliver Your Presentation
22- Applying Transitions
23- Printing Your Presentation
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