Powerpoint 2003 Personal Trainer

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600330506
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/28/2004
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 9.88 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

This book is based on content from CustomGuide, a leading provider of computer training materials. Founded by instructors who grew dissatisfied with the industry's dry course materials, CustomGuide offers courseware (for instructors and students), quick references, to software bulletins and e-learning courses that are fun, flexible, and easy to use.

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Table of Contents


1. The Fundamentals.

Lesson 1.1

Starting PowerPoint

Lesson 1.2

What's New in PowerPoint 2003?

Lesson 1.3

Understanding the PowerPoint Program Screen

Lesson 1.4

Using Menus

Lesson 1.5

Using Toolbars and Creating a New Presentation

Lesson 1.6

Filling Out Dialog Boxes

Lesson 1.7

Keystroke and Right Mouse Button Shortcuts

Lesson 1.8

Opening a Presentation

Lesson 1.9

Saving and Closing a Presentation and Exiting PowerPoint

Lesson 1.10

Creating a New Presentation with the AutoContent Wizard

Lesson 1.11

Creating a Blank Presentation and a Presentation from a Template

Lesson 1.12

Moving Around in Your Presentations

Lesson 1.13

Viewing Your Presentation

Lesson 1.14

Printing Your Presentation

Lesson 1.15

Getting Help

Lesson 1.16

Changing the Office Assistant and Using the "What's This" Button

Chapter One Review

2. Editing a Presentation.

Lesson 2.1

Inserting Slides and Text

Lesson 2.2

Using the Outline Pane

Lesson 2.3

Editing Text

Lesson 2.4

Selecting, Replacing, and Deleting Text

Lesson 2.5

Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text

Lesson 2.6

Using Undo, Redo, and Repeat

Lesson 2.7

Checking Your Spelling

Lesson 2.8

Finding and Replacing Information

Lesson 2.9

Viewing a Presentation's Outline

Lesson 2.10

Rearranging a Presentation's Outline

Lesson 2.11

Inserting Symbols and Special Characters

Lesson 2.12

Working in Slide Sorter View

Lesson 2.13

Adding Notes to Your Slides

Lesson 2.14

Working with Multiple Windows

Lesson 2.15

Collecting and Pasting Multiple Items

Lesson 2.16

File Management

Lesson 2.17

Understanding Smart Tags

Lesson 2.18

Recovering Your Presentations

Chapter Two Review

3. Formatting Your Presentation.

Lesson 3.1

Formatting Fonts with the Formatting Toolbar

Lesson 3.2

Advanced Font Formatting with the Font Dialog Box

Lesson 3.3

Using the Format Painter

Lesson 3.4

Applying a Template's Formatting

Lesson 3.5

Using the Slide Master

Lesson 3.6

Choosing a Color Scheme

Lesson 3.7

Changing the Background of Your Slides

Lesson 3.8

Working with Bulleted and Numbered Lists

Lesson 3.9

Changing Paragraph Alignment and Line Spacing

Lesson 3.10

Adding Headers and Footers

Lesson 3.11

Working with Tabs and Indents

Lesson 3.12

Changing the Page Setup

Chapter Three Review

4. Drawing and Working with Graphics.

Lesson 4.1

Drawing on Your Slides

Lesson 4.2

Adding, Arranging, and Formatting Text Boxes

Lesson 4.3

Selecting, Resizing, Moving, and Deleting Objects

Lesson 4.4

Formatting Objects

Lesson 4.5

Inserting Clip Art

Lesson 4.6

Inserting and Formatting Pictures

Lesson 4.7

Aligning and Grouping Objects

Lesson 4.8

Drawing AutoShapes

Lesson 4.9

Flipping and Rotating Objects

Lesson 4.10

Layering Objects

Lesson 4.11

Applying Shadows and 3-D Effects

Chapter Four Review

5. Working with Tables and WordArt.

Lesson 5.1

Creating a Table

Lesson 5.2

Working with a Table

Lesson 5.3

Adjusting Column Width and Row Height

Lesson 5.4

Inserting and Deleting Rows and Columns

Lesson 5.5

Adding Borders to a Table

Lesson 5.6

Adding Shading and Fills

Lesson 5.7

Inserting a WordArt Object

Lesson 5.8

Formatting a WordArt Object

Chapter Five Review

6. Working with Graphs and Organization Charts.

Lesson 6.1

Creating a Chart

Lesson 6.2

Modifying a Chart

Lesson 6.3

Selecting a Chart Type

Lesson 6.4

Creating an Organization Chart

Lesson 6.5

Modifying Your Organization Chart

Lesson 6.6

Formatting Your Organization Chart

Chapter Six Review

7. Delivering Your Presentation.

Lesson 7.1

Delivering a Presentation on a Computer

Lesson 7.2

Using Slide Transitions

Lesson 7.3

Using an Animation Scheme

Lesson 7.4

Using Custom Animations

Lesson 7.5

Rehearsing Slide Show Timings

Lesson 7.6

Creating a Presentation that Runs by Itself

Lesson 7.7

Creating a Custom Show

Lesson 7.8

Packaging and Copying a Presentation to CD

Lesson 7.9

Viewing a Packaged Presentation

Chapter Seven Review

8. Working with Multimedia.

Lesson 8.1

Inserting Sounds

Lesson 8.2

Adding Voice Narration to Your Slides

Lesson 8.3

Inserting a Movie Clip

Lesson 8.4

Automating the Multimedia in Your Presentation

Chapter Eight Review

9. Working with Other Programs and the Internet.

Lesson 9.1

Inserting a Slide into a Microsoft Word Document

Lesson 9.2

Embedding a Microsoft Excel Worksheet into a Slide

Lesson 9.3

Modifying an Embedded Object

Lesson 9.4

Inserting a Linked Excel Chart

Lesson 9.5

Importing and Exporting an Outline

Lesson 9.6

Using Hyperlinks

Lesson 9.7

Using Action Buttons

Lesson 9.8

Saving a Presentation as a Web Page

Lesson 9.9

Viewing a Web-Based Presentation

Chapter Nine Review

10. Advanced Topics.

Lesson 10.1

Hiding, Displaying, and Moving Toolbars

Lesson 10.2

Customizing PowerPoint's Toolbars

Lesson 10.3

Sending Faxes

Lesson 10.4

Adding Comments to a Slide

Lesson 10.5

Customizing PowerPoint's Default Options

Lesson 10.6

File Properties and Finding a File

Lesson 10.7

Recording a Macro

Lesson 10.8

Playing and Editing a Macro

Chapter Ten Review


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