The O'Leary Series: PowerPoint 2002- Brief

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SERIES TAGLINE: The O’Leary Series is the true step-by step way to develop computer application skills.

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Overview

SERIES TAGLINE: The O’Leary Series is the true step-by step way to develop computer application skills.

Its design emphasizes the step-by step visual approach with screen captures for every concept.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072472455
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 8/14/2001
  • Series: O'Leary Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim O’Leary is a professor of IS at ASU, and has written many books on Computing and Information Systems.

Linda O’Leary is a professional trainer in Computing. She has developed training manuals for large corporations, presented seminars on a wide variety of application programs, and has co-authored severalbooks with her husband, Tim.

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Table of Contents

Introduction to Microsoft Office XP
What Is Office XP?
Word 2002
Excel 2002
Access 2002
PowerPoint 2002
Common Office XP Features
Starting an Office Application
Using Menus
Using the Office Assistant
Using Help
Using the Contents Tab
Using a Hyperlink
Using the Index Tab
Using the Answer Wizard
Getting Help on the Web
Using Toolbars
Exiting an Office Application
Lab Review
Key Terms
Command Summary
PowerPoint: Overview to PowerPoint 2002
What is a Presentation Program?
PowerPoint 2002 Features
Case Study for PowerPoint 2002 Labs
Before You Begin
Microsoft Office XP Shortcut Bar
Instructional Conventions
Lab 1 Creating a Presentation
Introducing PowerPoint 2002
Exploring the PowerPoint Window
Developing New Presentations
Creating a Presentation
Using the AutoContent Wizard
Viewing the Presentation
Using Normal View
Using Slide Sorter View
Editing a Presentation
Using the Outline Tab
Editing in the Slide Pane
Demoting and Promoting Bulleted Items
Splitting Text Between Slides
Saving, Closing, and Opening a Presentation
Saving the Presentation
Closing a Presentation
Opening an Existing Presentation
Checking Spelling
Working with Slides
Deleting Slides
Moving Slides
Inserting Slides
Selecting the Slide Layout
Sizing a Placeholder
Moving a Placeholder
Rehearsing a Presentation
Using Slide Show View
Formatting Slide Text
Changing Fonts
Changing Font Size
Removing Bullets
Working with Graphics
Inserting a Graphic from the Clip Organizer
Inserting a Graphic from a File
Sizing and Moving a Graphic
Printing the Presentation
Previewing the Presentation
Printing Handouts
Changing Page Orientation
Checking Print Settings
Exiting PowerPoint
Concept Summary
Lab Review
Key Terms
MOUS Skills
Command Summary
Lab Exercises
Terminology
Screen Identification
Matching
Multiple Choice
True/False
Concepts
Fill-In
Discussion Questions
Hands-On Exercises
Step-by-Step
On Your Own
Lab 2 Modifying and Refining a Presentation
Replacing Text
Using Find and Replace
Creating a Simple Table
Using the Table Layout
Inserting the Table
Entering Data in a Table
Applying Text Formats
Sizing the Table Columns
Aligning Text in Cells
Changing the Border Size and Color
Adding Background Fill Color
Modifying Graphic Objects
Using the Text and Content Layout
Recolor a Picture
Working with Text Boxes
Creating a Text Box
Adding Text to a Text Box
Enhancing the Text Box
Changing the Presentation Design
Applying a Design
Changing the Color Scheme
Working with Master Slides
Modifying the Slide Master
Modifying the Title Master
Reapplying a Slide Layout
Hiding the Title Slide Footer
Duplicating a Slide
Working with AutoShapes
Inserting an AutoShape
Adding Text to an AutoShape
Enhancing the AutoShape
Rotating the Object
Using Special Effects
Animating an Object and Adding Sound Effects
Adding Transition Effects
Adding Build Effects
Controlling the Slide Show
Navigating in a Slide Show
Adding Freehand Annotations
Hiding Slides
Creating Speaker Notes
Checking the Style
Documenting a File
Customizing Print Settings
Scaling and Framing
Concept Summary
Lab Review
Key Terms
MOUS Skills
Command Summary
Lab Exercises
Terminology
Screen Identification
Matching
Multiple Choice
True/False
Concepts
Fill-In
Discussion Questions
Hands-On Exercises
Step-by-Step
On Your Own
Working Together: Copying, Embedding, and Linking Between Applications
Copying Between Applications
Copying from Word to a PowerPoint Slide
Embedding a Word Table in a PowerPoint Slide
Editing an Embedded Object
Linking Between Applications
Linking an Excel Chart to a PowerPoint Presentation
Updating a Linked Object
Editing Links
Printing Slides
Lab Review
Key Terms
MOUS Skills
Command Summary
Lab Exercises
Hands-On Exercises
Step-by-Step
Command Summary
Glossary of Key Terms
Reference 1 Data File List
Reference 2 MOUS Skills
Index
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