PowerPoint 2007: Part I

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Stephen Moffat has been a teacher in one form or another most of his life.

In 1998 Steve completed his studies and qualified with many training qualifications and started IT training for a little known company in the north of England. Restricted by company politics he quickly went freelance...

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Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful software application which allows the user to create sophisticated presentations which can be used for everything from educational lectures and team briefings to business meetings and interactive on-screen product demonstrations. This two part e-book user’s manual covers all the topics which would be discussed in an introductory PowerPoint training course and provides useful reference support for anyone creating presentations on a daily basis. It is available as a free download here.

After an overview of PowerPoint basics, such as toolbars, the task pane, and smart tags, this user’s guide jumps straight into how to create effective presentations. Topics discussed include adding slides, entering and editing text, inserting text boxes, Outline View and Slide Sorter View, formatting text using the Format Ribbon, and creating numbered lists, charts, tables illustrations, pictures, and clip art. Full color diagrams and screen-shots are included alongside textual descriptions for easy reference.

Users who want to continue their training with PowerPoint should refer to the free PowerPoint 2007: Part II e-book, also available on bookboon.com.

  1. Section 1 Introduction
  2. Section 2 The Basics
    1. What Is Powerpoint?
    2. About Smart Tags
    3. To Access Help
  3. Section 3 Creating A Presentation
    1. Creating Presentations
    2. Changing The Slide Layout
    3. Saving A Presentation
  4. Section 4 Powerpoint Views
    1. Different Ways To View Slides
    2. Working With Outline View
    3. Slide Sorter View
    4. Slide Show View
  5. Section 5 Formatting Slides
    1. Selecting Placeholders And Text
    2. Formatting Text
    3. Text Formatting Using The Format Ribbon
    4. Formatting Numbered And Bulleted Lists
  6. Section 6 Objects
    1. Charts
    2. Formatting Charts
    3. Illustrations
    4. Creating Regular Shapes
    5. Smartart
    6. Pictures
    7. Clip Art
    8. Tables