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PowerPoint 2000

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Get your audience involved in your presentation! This course teaches you everything you need to master PowerPoint, including exciting styles, custom motion paths, use of templates, and enhanced control over your presentations Whether you are new to PowerPoint or upgrading from a previous release, this course takes you step-by-step through your mastery of PowerPoint.

3 levels - 96 training modules

 

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SINGLE USER: PowerPoint 2000 (3 levels)
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1 YR ONLINE$149.00Add To Cart
CD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$149.00Add To Cart
MULTI USER: PowerPoint 2000 (3 levels)
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CD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$298.00Add To Cart

Course Instructor: Rick James

Rick James has worked in the computer industry since 1985, when he began his career as a computer science major working for WordPerfect Corporation. His interests later turned from software development to business and marketing within the computer industry. James was a co-founder of Makau Corporation. His goal is to provide good technical and business training in laymen's terms. He presents complex concepts in ways that all employees in an organization or an individual student can understand.

Course Outline

Level 1 Introduction

1.0 Getting a round in PowerPoint
  • 1.1 The PowerPoint Screen
2.0 Creating a Presentation
  • 2.1 Types of Slides & Work Views
  • 2.2 Creating a Presentation with a template & or Wizard
  • 2.3 Creating a Presentation from Existing Slides
  • 2.4 Deleting Slides in different Views
  • 2.5 Inserting Headers & Footers
  • 2.6 Sending a Presentation Via e-mail
  • 2.7 Sending a Presentation with a Routing Recipient
3.0 Modifying a Presentation
  • 3.1 Changing the Order of the Slides
  • 3.2 Changing the Layout of one or more Slides
  • 3.3 Using the Slide Master
  • 3.4 Using a Design Template
4.0 Working with Text
  • 4.1 Spell Check & Promotion & Demotion
  • 4.2 Aligning Text
  • 4.3 Adding a Text Box
  • 4.4 Fonts
  • 4.5 Office Clipboard
5.0 Working with Visual Elements
  • 5.1 Adding Clip Art
  • 5.2 Adding Shapes & Word Art
  • 5.3 Grouping
  • 5.4 Fill Features
  • 5.5 Adding Tables
  • 5.6 Tips for Beginners
Level 2 Introduction

1.0 Customizing a Presentation
  • 1.1 Bullets & Numbering
  • 1.2 Animating Text
  • 1.3 Slide Transitions
  • 1.4 Speaker Notes
2.0 Creating Output
  • 2.1 Previewing Presentations in Black & White
  • 2.2 Printing Slides
  • 2.3 Printing Handouts
  • 2.4 Printing Speaker Notes
  • 2.5 Printing the Outline View
3.0 Delivering a Presentation
  • 3.1 Starting a Slide Show
  • 3.2 Using the On-Screen Navigation Tools
  • 3.3 The Pen Tool
  • 3.4 Printing Overhead Transparencies
4.0 Managing Files
  • 4.1 Saving Presentations
  • 4.2 Publishing to the Web
  • 4.3 Hyperlinks
  • 4.4 The Office Assistant
5.0 Advanced Features
  • 5.1 Automatically Create a Summary Slide
  • 5.2 Automatically Create an Agenda Slide
  • 5.3 Creating our own Design Template
  • 5.4 Auto Content Wizard
6.0 Modifying a Presentation
  • 6.1 Applying animation effects
  • 6.2 Inserting animated GIFs
  • 6.3 Adding an Action Button
  • 6.4 Customizing a Color Scheme
  • 6.5 Creating a Custom Background
  • 6.6 Changing Tab Formatting
  • 6.7 Hiding Slides
  • 6.8 Adding a Presentation within a Presentation
  • 6.9 Setting automatic Slide Timings
Level 3 Introduction

1.0 Working Visual Elements
  • 1.1 Adding Textured Backgrounds
  • 1.2 Applying Diagonal Borders to a Table
2.0 Using Data from other Sources
  • 2.1 Exporting an Outline to Word
  • 2.2 Importing an Outline from Word
  • 2.3 Adding a Table from Word
  • 2.4 Inserting an Excel Chart
  • 2.5 Adding Sound
  • 2.6 Adding Video
3.0 Creating Output
  • 3.1 Saving a Slide as a Graphic
  • 3.2 Generate Meeting Notes
  • 3.3 Changing the output format (Page Setup)
  • 3.4 Export to 35 mm Slides
4.0 Delivering a Presentation
  • 4.1 Save Presentation for use on another computer (Pack N Go)
5.0 Managing Files
  • 5.1 Saving Embedded Fonts in a Presentation
  • 5.2 Saving HTML to a Specific target Browser
6.0 Toolbars
  • 6.1 Customizing the Toolbar
  • 6.2 Creating a Toolbar
7.0 Working with Charts & Graphs
  • 7.1 Building & Modifying a Chart or a Graph
  • 7.2 Building an Organization Chart
  • 7.3 Animating an Organization Chart
8.0 Collaborating with Workgroups
  • 8.1 Broadcasting Overview
  • 8.2 Setting Up the Presentation for Broadcasting
  • 8.3 Viewing a Presentation on the Web
  • 8.4 Using Net Meeting to Schedule a Broadcast