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Unformatted text preview: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Prepared and presented by Jill Lenz [email protected], 970-491-6585 http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/intech/lab/ Copyright © 1999-2007. Colorado State University. All Rights Reserved. Hands-on Activities for InTech Workshop “PowerPoint Basics 2” Prepared by Jill Lenz Presented Spring 2007 This workshop is to introduce users to the basics of PowerPoint 2002/2003 presentations from information presented in the accompanying PowerPoint presentation and the following hands-on activities. Goal: Create an PowerPoint presentation slide show with advanced techniques Upon completion of this workshop, users should become familiar with: Photo Album feature to create multiple-image slideshows in minutes Animating objects Recolor Clip art Image compression feature that minimizes overall file size to avoid the show stalling between slides Inserting QuickTime (.mov) movie files Embedding Flash (.swf) animation files CTSS Tips for creating a poster Saving a presentation as web pages for viewing on screen Creating handouts as PDFs for posting in WebCT or on the Web Hands-on Activities for InTech Lab Workshop "PowerPoint Basics 2" Presented Fall 2007 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Page 2 of 17 Prepared and presented by Jill Lenz [email protected], 970-491-6585 http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/intech/lab/ Copyright © 1999-2007. Colorado State University. All Rights Reserved. Exercise 1 - Photo Album Feature PowerPoint’s Photo Album feature easily adds a large group of your pictures to a presentation without the hassle of individually inserting each picture. It is best to have your images already properly resized in pixel dimension. Inserting an image with pixel dimensions larger than approx. 960x768 will artificially inflate the file size of entire presentation, possibly causing the presentation to choke between slides. Please note that Photoshop files with the .psd extension are not supported file types. You will need to convert your .psd files to .jpgs or another supported image file type. 1. Insert > Picture > New Photo Album 2. In the Photo Album dialog box, click on File/Disk button under “Insert Picture from:” 3. This will open the Insert New Pictures dialog box, allowing you to browse to a folder of image files. In this exercise, choose c:\UserData\PowerPointAdvanced\hands- on\photo-album\ 4. When you return to the Photo Album dialog box, select your Album Layout choices. In this exercise we will choose Fit to slide under “Picture Layout” so our image is enlarged to fill the screen....
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Rm during the Spring '11 term at Rochester.
- Spring '11