Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010: Part 1

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Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010: Part 1
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    It’s hard to imagine a day going by without people passing along large amounts of information. Messages are everywhere, and the number of messages we receive seems to be increasing each day. Whether via phone, email, mass media, or personal interaction, we are subjected to a constant stream of information. With so much communication to contend with, it can be difficult to grab people’s attention. But, we are often called upon to do just that. So, how do you grab and maintain an audience’s focus when you’re asked to present important information? By being clear, organized, and engaging. And, that is exactly what Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2010 can help you do.

    Gone are the days of flip charts or drawing on a white board to illustrate your point. Today’s audiences are tech savvy, accustomed to high-impact multimedia content, and stretched for time. By learning how to use the vast array of features and functionality contained within PowerPoint 2010, you will gain the ability to organize your content, enhance it with high-impact visuals, and deliver it with a punch. In this course, you will use PowerPoint 2010 to begin creating engaging, dynamic multimedia presentations.

    You can also use this course to prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exams for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.

    Upon completing this course, you will be able to create and deliver engaging multimedia presentations that convey the key points of your message through the use of text, graphics, and animations.

    You will:

    • Identify the basic features and functions of PowerPoint 2010.
    • Develop a PowerPoint presentation.
    • Perform advanced text editing.
    • Add graphical elements to a presentation.
    • Modify objects in a presentation.
    • Add tables to a presentation.
    • Add charts to a presentation.
    • Prepare to deliver a presentation.

    Lesson 1: Getting Started with PowerPoint

    • Topic A: Navigate the PowerPoint Environment
    • Topic B: Create and Save a PowerPoint Presentation
    • Topic C: Use Help

    Lesson 2: Developing a PowerPoint Presentation

    • Topic A: Select a Presentation Type
    • Topic B: View and Navigate a Presentation
    • Topic C: Edit Text
    • Topic D: Build a Presentation

    Lesson 3: Performing Advanced Text Editing

    • Topic A: Format Characters
    • Topic B: Format Paragraphs
    • Topic C: Format Text Boxes

    Lesson 4: Adding Graphical Elements to Your Presentation

    • Topic A: Insert Clip Art and Images
    • Topic B: Insert Shapes

    Lesson 5: Modifying Objects in Your Presentation

    • Topic A: Edit Objects
    • Topic B: Format Objects
    • Topic C: Group Objects
    • Topic D: Arrange Objects
    • Topic E: Animate Objects

    Lesson 6: Adding Tables to Your Presentation

    • Topic A: Create a Table
    • Topic B: Format a Table
    • Topic C: Insert a Table from Other Microsoft Office Applications

    Lesson 7: Adding Charts to Your Presentation

    • Topic A: Create a Chart
    • Topic B: Format a Chart
    • Topic C: Insert a Chart from Microsoft Excel

    Lesson 8: Preparing to Deliver Your Presentation

    • Topic A: Review Your Presentation
    • Topic B: Apply Transitions
    • Topic C: Print Your Presentation
    • Topic D: Deliver Your Presentation

    Appendix A: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 Exam 77-883

    Appendix B: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Common Keyboard Shortcuts

    This course is designed for students who wish to gain the foundational understanding of Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 that is necessary to create and develop engaging multimedia presentations.

    To ensure success, students should be familiar with using personal computers, and should have experience using a keyboard and mouse. Students should be comfortable in the Windows® 7 environment, and be able to use Windows 7 to manage information on their computers. Specific tasks the students should be able to perform include: launching and closing applications, navigating basic file structures, and managing files and folders. To meet this prerequisite, you can take any one or more of the following Logical Operations courses:

    • Microsoft® Windows® 7: Level 1
    • Introduction to Personal Computers Using Windows® 7