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Overview

Learning Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2002
through Applications & Exercises
  • Each lesson contains short exercises designed for using PowerPoint 2002 in real-life business settings.
  • Exercises include key terms, concise notes, conceptual descriptions of PowerPoint features, and hands-on mouse and keystroke procedures.
  • Exercise Directions offer step-by-step instructions to put the students' skills to work.
From Beginner to Expert—The Skills You Need in the Workplace
  • Learning PowerPoint 2002 starts with the basics. First students will become familiar with the PowerPoint 2002 screen elements. Then students will learn the fundamentals of creating effective multimedia presentations.
  • In each exercise, students develop new skills and build upon previous skills.
  • By the book's end, students will create full-length PowerPoint presentations that include tables, charts, graphs, design layouts, animation, graphics, imported files, and more. Plus, students will become familiar with using the Internet.
Learn by Doing; Not Reading
  • Learning PowerPoint 2002 launches the students into the workplace setting. Each exercise begins On the Job with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the office.
  • Each exercise ends On Your Own, an additional critical-thinking exercise where students apply newly learned skills to create their own documents using their own information.
Experience the Internet No Modem Needed!
  • Students integrate the Internet with PowerPoint without a modem or Internet connection. By launching the simulation and following the steps in the book, students go to real Web sites simulated on the CD-ROM, find information, and use the information in PowerPoint documents.
Bonus Items on the CD-ROM

Data Files
• Students do less typing and more application.
Typing Tests with Automatic Scoring and Keyboarding Course
• Use these timed writings—with automatic scoring—to test typing speed and accuracy.
• Keyboarding course helps those new to typing or in need of skill-building drills.
Computer Literacy Basics
• Computer Literacy bonus exercises cover computers, computer care, and computer history.

We'll Teach You

Presentations
• Templates
• Slides
• Layouts

Slide Objects
• Charts
• Tables
• Embed Objects
• Organization Charts

Slide Shows
• Animation
• Transitions
• Group Objects
• Graphics
... and more

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585771691
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 10/1/2001
  • Series: DDC Learning Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 299
  • Product dimensions: 8.83 (w) x 10.77 (h) x 1.14 (d)

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How We've Organized the Book

Each lesson in PowerPoint 2002 is made up of several exercises. Lessons are comprised of short exercises designed for using PowerPoint 2002 in real-life business settings. Every application exercise (except for the Critical Thinking exercises) is made up of seven key elements:

  • On the Job. Each exercise starts with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the workplace.
  • Exercise Scenario. The PowerPoint tools are then put into context by setting a scenario. For example, you may work for a crafts store putting together a promotional presentation.
  • Terms. Key terms are included and defined at the start of each exercise, so you can quickly refer back to them. The terms are then bolded in the text.
  • Notes. Concise notes describe and outline the computer concepts.
  • Procedures. Hands-on mouse and keyboard procedures teach all necessary skills.
  • Application Exercise. Step-by-step instructions put your skills to work.
  • On Your Own. Each exercise concludes with a critical thinking activity that you can work through on your own. You are challenged to come up with data and then additionally challenged to use the data in a presentation. The On Your Own sections can be used as additional reinforcement, for practice, or to test skill proficiency.
  • In addition, each lesson ends with two Critical Thinking Exercises. As with the On Your Owns, you need to rely on your own skills to complete the task.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.
Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Information.
Index of MOUS Objectives.
Directory of Data Files on CD.
Lesson 1: Create, Save, and Print a Presentation (Exercises 1-9).
Lesson 2: Modify Text and Enhance Slides (Exercises 10-17).
Lesson 3: Work with Slide Objects (Exercises 18-23).
Lesson 4: Enhance Slides with Graphics and Objects (Exercise 24-30).
Lesson 5: Work with Slide Shows (Exercises 31-40).
Lesson 6: PowerPoint and the Web (Exercises 41-50).
Index.
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Preface

How We've Organized the Book

Each lesson in PowerPoint 2002 is made up of several exercises. Lessons are comprised of short exercises designed for using PowerPoint 2002 in real-life business settings. Every application exercise (except for the Critical Thinking exercises) is made up of seven key elements:

  • On the Job. Each exercise starts with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the workplace.
  • Exercise Scenario. The PowerPoint tools are then put into context by setting a scenario. For example, you may work for a crafts store putting together a promotional presentation.
  • Terms. Key terms are included and defined at the start of each exercise, so you can quickly refer back to them. The terms are then bolded in the text.
  • Notes. Concise notes describe and outline the computer concepts.
  • Procedures. Hands-on mouse and keyboard procedures teach all necessary skills.
  • Application Exercise. Step-by-step instructions put your skills to work.
  • On Your Own. Each exercise concludes with a critical thinking activity that you can work through on your own. You are challenged to come up with data and then additionally challenged to use the data in a presentation. The On Your Own sections can be used as additional reinforcement, for practice, or to test skill proficiency.
  • In addition, each lesson ends with two Critical Thinking Exercises. As with the On Your Owns, you need to rely on your own skills to complete the task.
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