PPT_Ch1_Lect

PPT_Ch1_Lect - PowerPoint Chapter 1 Lecture As you read...

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PowerPoint Chapter 1 Lecture As you read through these lecture notes, you may find that it is useful to print the lecture material and read along as you view the slide show posted. In addition, you may wish to work through the tasks as they are presented and explained as we go along, rather than waiting until you view the entire slide show and lecture notes. Be sure that in the text, that you also read the boxed tips at the bottom of the pages. Much of this information explains the features being presented and is often important enough to show up on an exam (hint!). As we discussed in the Presentation Concepts lecture, PowerPoint can be a useful tool to aid the speaker in giving a presentation in front of an audience. Slide show presentations can also be a useful delivery mechanism for disseminating information to employees, customers, and students. During your academic and professional career you will likely be called upon many times to develop a presentation for an audience. Creating a slide show presentation in PowerPoint is very easy. Even if you have already used PowerPoint or a similar presentation application, hopefully you will learn some new techniques for making your presentations interesting and more effective. Remember though as stated in the previous lecture and in the author’s note on the bottom of page 706 in your text: the speaker is still the most important part of the presentation!” Also as Mr. Grauer states on page 721, “the success of any presentation will ultimately depend on its content.” Creating Presentations PowerPoint allows you to create a multimedia presentation to present information in a way where text, sound, graphics, and animation may all be incorporated into the same file. These presentations may be used for the delivery of an actual speech or, as you will learn, may be set to run automatically. This may be useful when displaying at a booth or kiosk where you want a viewer to be able to see a presentation, but not allow them to access the machine that it is running on. Chapter 1 in your text presents a basic overview of PowerPoint. In hands-on exercise 1, you will work with an existing presentation to examine the different views and learn how to run a slide show and print slides as handouts for distribution to an audience. Note: as you will see in the assignment instructions, you will be uploading your PPT files to the course Dropbox. Be sure to “walk through” the instructions for printing a presentation so you will know how, but you
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course CIS 250 taught by Professor Wright during the Summer '09 term at S. Alabama.

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PPT_Ch1_Lect - PowerPoint Chapter 1 Lecture As you read...

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