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The Exploring series helps students master the How and Why of performing tasks in Office to gain a greater understanding of how to use the individual applications together to solve business problems. Exploring titles feature Perfect pages where every step of every hands-on exercise as well as every end-of-chapter problem begins on a new page and has its own screen shot to make it easier to follow. Each chapter contains Hands-on Exercises, Capstone Exercises, and Mini-Cases for practicing and reviewing skills acquired. Exploring Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, Comprehensive, 1/e covers the following topics: introduction to PowerPoint; developing a presentation; inserting clip art and creating and using drawn objects; using objects (images, sound, and media clips); working with charts and graphs; customizing a slideshow; saving a web page and adding interactivity; collaborating with others. Ideal for students and individuals seeking a comprehensive introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132328470
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 8/14/2007
  • Series: Exploring Series
  • Edition description: Comprehensive
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 656
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 10.94 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to PowerPoint: Presentations Made Easy

Objectives

Case Study: Be a volunteer

Introduction to PowerPoint

Identifying PowerPoint User Interface Elements

User PowerPoint Views

Opening and Saving a Slide Show

Getting Help

Hands-On Exercise 1: Introduction to PowerPoint

Presentation Creation

Creating a Storyboard

Using Slide Layouts

Applying Design Theme

Reviewing the Presentation

Hands-On Exercise 2: Creating a Presentation

Presentation Development

Adding a Table

Inserting Clip Art

Using Transitions and Animations

Hands-On Exercise 3: Strengthening a Presentation

Navigation and Printing

Running and Navigating a Slide Show

Printing with PowerPoint

Hands-On Exercise 4: Navigating and Printing

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 2: Presentation Development: Planning and Preparing a Presentation

Objectives

Case Study: Go Back in Time

Templates

Creating a Presentation Using a Template

Modifying a Template

Hands-On Exercise 1: Using a template

Outlines

Creating a Presentation in Outline View

Modifying an Outline Structure

Printing an Outline

Hands-On Exercise 2: Creating and Modifying an Outline

Data Imports

Importing an Outline

Adding Existing Content to a Presentation

Hands-On Exercise 3: Importing an Outline and Reusing Slides

Design

Examining Slide Show Design Principles

Applying and Modifying a Design Theme

Inserting a Header or Footer

Hands-On Exercise 4: Applying and Modifying a Design Theme

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 3: Presentation Design: Enhancing with Illustrations

Objectives

Case Study: The Kelso Performing Arts Center

Shapes

Creating Shapes

Applying Quick Styles and Customizing Shapes

Hands-On Exercise 1: Working with Shapes

SmartArt

Creating SmartArt

Modifying SmartArt Diagrams

WordArt

Creating WordArt

Modifying WordArt

Hands-On Exercise 2: Working with SmartArt and WordArt

Object Manipulation

Modifying Objects

Arranging Objects

Hands-On Exercise 3: Modifying and Arranging Clip Art

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 4: PowerPoint Multimedia Tools: Enhancing with Multimedia

Objectives

Case Study: Forensics Geology Class Album

Pictures

Inserting and Modifying a Picture

Using the Internet as a Resource

Hands-On Exercise 1: Using Pictures

Photo Albums

Creating a Photo Album

Setting Photo Album Options

Hands-On Exercise 2: Creating a Photo Album

Movies

Inserting Movies

Setting Movie Options

Hands-On Exercise 3: Inserting a Movie

Sound

Adding Sound

Recording and Playing Narration

Hands-On Exercise 4: Adding Sound

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 5 — Working with Charts and Graphs

Section 1 Text-based Charts

Create a poster or a banner

Create and insert a table

Design a table

Hands-On Exercise 1: Creating Text-Based Charts

Section 2 Table Modification

Apply a table style

Change table layout

Share information between applications

Hands-On Exercise 2: Modifying Tables

Section 3 Statistical Charts and Graphs

Identify chart types and elements

Create and insert a chart

Change a chart type

Change the chart layout

Hands-On Exercise 3: Creating Basic Charts

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 6 — Presentation Customization: Customizing the Slideshow

Section 1 Working with Masters

Modify Handouts

Modify Notes Pages

Modify Slide Master Fonts

Modify a Title Slide Layout

Modify Slide Layouts

Save Masters Hands-on Exercise 1: Working with Masters

Section 2 Customizing Templates

Modify a Color Scheme

Create a Custom Template

Apply Custom Animations

Play Animations

Hands-on Exercise 2: Customizing Templates

Section 3 Creating a Custom Show

Create a Custom Show

Display and Print a Custom Show

Hide Slides

Display Hidden Slides

Print Hidden Slides Hands-on Exercise 3: Creating a Custom Show

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 7 — Saving a Web Page and Adding Interactivity

Section 1: Hyperlinks and Action Buttons

Insert and use hyperlinks

Add Action buttons

Use a trigger

Hands-on Exercise 1: Using Hyperlinks and Action Buttons

Section 2 Save as a Web Page

Save as a Web Page

Previewing a Web Page

Hands-on Exercise 2: Saving Web Pages

Section 3 Publish a Web Page

Setting Web Page Options

Hands-on Exercise 3: Publish a Web Page

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

Chapter 8 — Collaborating with Others

Section 1 Review a Presentation

Add and edit comments

Show and hide markup

Print comments and ink markup

Hands-on Exercise 1: Review a Presentation

Section 2 Prepare the Presentation for Distribution

View and add document properties

Inspect the presentation

Set a pass word

Restrict permissions

Add a digital signature

Check compatibility and mark as final

Hands-on Exercise 2: Prepare a Presentation for Distribution

Section 3 Publish a Web Page

Package a presentation

Create a handout in Microsoft Office Word

Understand other Publish options

Hands-on Exercise 3: Package a Presentation

Summary

Key Terms

Multiple Choice

Practice Exercises

Mid-Level Exercises

Capstone Exercise

Mini Cases

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