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PowerPoint 2010 Basics

PowerPoint 2010 Basics
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Explore creating, designing and animating your slides in PowerPoint 2010. Look at the differences from Office 2003 to 2010 Objects and their time-saving layouts and quick styles. Create an example to learn all the basics for a better presentation with Power Point.

About the Author

My name is Eva Vogel. I have published many German eBooks on Bookboon which you can find here.
I have been a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Office Trainer and SharePoint/Office 365 Consultant in Nuremberg (Bavaria) since 2004. I started writing for Bookboon in 2011 to give readers exclusive insights and ideas when using Microsoft Office and beyond. I took my first PowerPoint steps long ago. I am enthusiastic and curious about all things Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint and OneNote. My certifications and other publications as Microsoft Specialist in all those Microsoft Office and SharePoint Environments are also available on LinkedIn and Xing.


  • About the author
  1. Migrate from Office 2003 to 2010
    1. Why use shortcuts in Office?
    2. Shortcut list for better migration from Office 2003 to 2010
  2. The lost roots of store 3000 Ltd
    1. Customer presentation
  3. 1st slide: Insert Text and Logo
    1. Working with slides and panes
    2. A tour around your panels in PowerPoint 2010
    3. Navigating in different modes
    4. 2nd slide: Products with title and text
    5. More text typing in second placeholder
    6. Using the “Outline” Tab in the slides panel
    7. Create a new slide within the “Outline” Tab
  4. 3rd slide: The sales chart with title and object
    1. Why use placeholders?
    2. Adjusting Formats and Data in this Chart
    3. EXERCISE 2: Chart formatting at its extremes
    4. What if the Excel Data Title is not changeable to “None”?
    5. This Chart as a new Template? Choose and Use!
  5. Quick Tricks about the Slide Show
    1. A Word about the Dark End of a Show
  6. Inserting a logo for all slides on top right corner
    1. Placing the logo in every slide except the Title Slide
    2. The logo should be visible on (nearly) all slides, except the 1st Slide
    3. Where is the image? It’s in the background!
  7. The 4th slide: Inserting SmartArt
    1. The table
    2. The 5th slide: Structures and tasks
    3. 6th slide: Stay in contact instead of saying “Thank you!”
  8. Create your own company design
    1. The 3 core elements of each design
    2. Why does design matter?
  9. Move it move it! How to animate things elegantly
    1. Transitions for slides
    2. Animations for Text and Objects
    3. Additionally: How to include videos in your slide
  10. This is not the end
  11. Conclusion
  12. Illustrations Source
  13. Table Source

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