PowerPoint 2000 Essentials Basic / Edition 1

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The Essentials series is conceived as a "learning system" that combines graphics, instructions, experience, reinforcement, and problem solving. It consists of modular lessons that are built around a series of numbered, step-by-step procedures that are clear, concise, and easy to review. Explanatory material is interwoven before each lesson and between the steps. For anyone interested in learning Microsoft Office 2000.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580760959
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 7/21/1999
  • Series: Essentials Series
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Project 1: Getting Started with PowerPoint.
Lesson 1: Starting PowerPoint. Lesson 2: Creating a New, Blank Presentation. Lesson 3: Exploring the PowerPoint Window. Lesson 4: Working with Toolbars and Menus. Lesson 5: Getting Help. Lesson 6: Customizing the Office Assistant. Lesson 7: Closing Your Presentation and Exiting.

Project 2: Creating Presentations.
Lesson 1: Using a Template to Create a Presentation. Lesson 2: Using the AutoContent Wizard to Create a Presentation. Lesson 3: Exploring PowerPoint's Views. Lesson 4: Moving Among Slides in Normal View. Lesson 5: Running an Electronic Slide Show. Lesson 6: Using the Slide Show Shortcut Keys. Lesson 7: Saving Your Presentation. Lesson 8: Printing a Presentation.

Project 3: Modifying Presentations.
Lesson 1: Opening an Existing Presentation. Lesson 2: Adding and Deleting Slides. Lesson 3: Changing Slide Order. Lesson 4: Adding, Demoting, and Promoting Text. Lesson 5: Selecting and Moving Text. Lesson 6: Creating Speaker Notes. Lesson 7: Printing Speaker Notes and Handouts.

Project 4: Formatting Text and Bullets.
Lesson 1: Changing Text Appearance. Lesson 2: Using the Format Painter. Lesson 3: Changing Alignment. Lesson 4: Adjusting Paragraph Spacing. Lesson 5: Adding and Removing Bullets. Lesson 6: Modifying Bullets.

Project 5: Working withCharts.
Lesson 1: Selecting an Appropriate Chart Type. Lesson 2: Creating a Data Chart. Lesson 3: Editing Chart Data. Lesson 4: Resizing, Moving, Changing Chart Types. Lesson 5: Choosing a Chart Sub-Type and Formatting a Chart. Lesson 6: Creating an Organization Chart. Lesson 7: Modifying an Organization Chart.

Project 6: Changing a Presentation's Overall Appearance.
Lesson 1: Using Templates. Lesson 2: Working with Color Schemes. Lesson 3: Changing the Slide Background. Lesson 4: Working with a Slide Master. Lesson 5: Creating Drawn Objects. Lesson 6: Selecting and Modifying Drawn Objects. Lesson 7: Using ClipArt.

Project 7: Automating Electronic Slide Shows.
Lesson 1: Using Slide Transitions. Lesson 2: Adding Text Animation. Lesson 3: Timing the Slide Show Presentation. Lesson 4: Using the Annotation Pen. Lesson 5: Using the Meeting Minder.

Project 8: Sharing Information with Other Programs.
Lesson 1: Opening a Word Document as a PowerPoint Presentation. Lesson 2: Using the Presentation Assistant to Fix Stylistic Problems. Lesson 3: Drawing and Formatting a Table. Lesson 4: Copying and Pasting Information Between Slides and Programs. Lesson 5: Copying Information from an Excel Worksheet to a Datasheet. Lesson 6: Inserting a Picture from a File.

Task Guide.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2000

    This book really helped

    This book was intended as a textbook, but I used it on my own. It was done in a logical, step-by-step format, with neat examples. It was a great way to learn PowerPoint. I also used the second book in this series.

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