|Course||PowerPoint 2013: Introduction[WDRS0175/CR/01]|
|Prerequisites||Windows: Introduction or equivalent knowledge; and a basic understanding of word-processing.|
|Requal. Interval||One Time Only|
|Authorized Instructors||Barbara Brooks (), Callie Surber (WR)|
|Target Audience||Individuals wishing to learn the art of presentation skills.|
|Objective||Explore the user interface, navigate and view a presentation, use help, enter text and save a presentation. Create a presentation, add and arrange slides, work with themes. Apply character and paragraph formats and format text placeholders. Insert clip art and pictures, draw shapes, insert WordArt. Work with objects, change object orientation, group and ungroup objects and arrange objects. Create and format a table. Insert a table from Word. Create a chart and edit chart data. Paste a chart from Excel. Review content, add transitions, apply an animation effect, create speaker notes and print a presentation.|
|Course Content||-Correctly identify on-screen features, and navigate through a presentation as directed by the facilitator.
-Create and edit bullet slides successfully as indicated in the Lesson activity.
-Use PowerPoint?s drawing tools to create a slide with 90% accuracy.
-Change the overall appearance of a presentation by using design templates, clip art, Wordart, and the Slide Master to the instructors? satisfaction.
-Utilizing information in the Lesson Lab, efficiently run a slide show, become familiar with slide show options, and add notes to a slide.
You will learn to work with design templates, various types of diagrams, special effects, custom slide shows, collaboration functionality, and advanced presentation delivery.
-Getting Started with PowerPoint
-Creating a Presentation
-Formatting Text on slides
-Clip art and WordArt
-Adding Tables to a Presentation
-Insert Charts in a Presentation
-Delivering a Presentation
|Instructor's Comments||If you withdraw from the class 10 business days or fewer before it begins and do not find a replacement, you will be charged the full fee.|