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GO! with Office 2013 Volume 1
By: Shelley Gaskin, Alicia Vargas, and
Carolyn
McLellan
PowerPoint Chapter 1
Introducing Microsoft
PowerPoint 2013


Objectives






Create a New Presentation
Edit a Presentation in Normal View
Add Pictures to a Presentation
Print and View a Presentation


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Objectives (cont.)






Edit an Existing Presentation
Format a Presentation
Use Slide Sorter View
Apply Slide Transitions

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Create a New Presentation

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Create New Presentation

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Create a New Presentation




On the ribbon, click the DESIGN tab



In the Themes group, click More to display the Themes gallery

Click to edit Master text styles
Click toSecond
edit Master
level text styles
SecondThird
levellevel
Third level
Fourth level
FourthFifth
levellevel
Fifth level

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Editing a Presentation in Normal View

On the HOME tab, in the Slides group,
point to the New Slide arrow—the
lower part of the New Slide button

The New Slide arrow, when clicked,
displays a gallery of slide layouts

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Editing a Presentation in Normal View
(cont.)

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Add Pictures to a Presentation

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Add Pictures to a Presentation
(cont.)

On the FORMAT tab, in the Picture Styles group, click More to display the Picture Styles gallery.

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Add Pictures to a Presentation
(cont.)



Click the FORMAT tab, and then in the Adjust group and click Artistic Effects to display the
Artistic Effects gallery.

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Print and View a Presentation

Press the F5 button to start the slide show from the beginning. Or, display the first slide you want to show and
click the Slide Show button on the lower right side of the status bar.

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Print and View a Presentation
(cont.)

Click the INSERT tab, and then in the Text group, click Header & Footer
to display the Header and Footer dialog box.

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Print and View a Presentation
(cont.)

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Edit an Existing Presentation
On the DESIGN tab, in the Customize group, click Slide Size, and then click Widescreen (16:9)

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Edit an Existing Presentation
(cont.)
On the HOME tab, in the Slides group, click the New Slide arrow to display the Slide
Layout gallery and additional commands for inserting slides.

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Format a Presentation

Each PowerPoint theme includes several variants—variations on the theme style and color.

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Use Slide Sorter View
In the lower right corner of the PowerPoint window, click Slide Sorter to display all of the slide
thumbnails.

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Apply Slide Transitions

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Summary



Use a presentation theme to establish a unified presentation
design.



Presentations are often organized in a manner similar to which
outline levels are organized.



Slide layout defines the placement of content placeholders on
a slide.

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Questions

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Copyright

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form
or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the
publisher. Printed in the United States of America.

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