PowerPoint is a slideshow presentation program that's developed by Microsoft and part of the Microsoft office suite. PowerPoint is used to create and present you’re the presentation. These presentations may be business presentations, educational and informal purposes presentation. The presentations are consisting on slides, which may contain text, images, and other media, such as audio clips and movies.
Power point users interface consist on the screens, dialog boxes, buttons, panes, and other parts of the application window.
Following are major components of Power Point:
On the top very first part is called title bar. Title bar contain close, maximize , minimize button along with file name and the Application name.
It consists on different menu when we click on any menu then the related commands or display in Pull down list or In Power Point Ribbon. (Depending on version of Power point).
The Ribbon has tabs which in turn contain groups of buttons for various options; some groups also contain galleries (for example galleries for Themes and Theme Colors).
Quick Access Toolbar :
Is a customizable toolbar placed by default above the Ribbon, here you can add icons for your often used commands.
Located on the left side of the interface, the Slides pane shows thumbnails of all the slides in the open presentation.
Displays the active slide. This is the area where you work the most, typically through adding and editing slide objects.
Right below the active slide, this is where the speaker notes are written for the current slide.
A horizontal strip that provides information about the opened presentation like slide number, applied Theme, etc. It also includes the view and zoom options.
There are two way of creating power point presentation.
Create Blank Presentation:
Creating Presentation with help of Templates:
When PowerPoint opens, the first screen that you will see includes a blank slide. You can title, text and images in given boxes.
If you need more slide then click on Home menu and then select New Slide from Slide group.
Now select the Theme of your slide from given slide layouts.
You can also select Blank Templates.
You can add more text box. Images or lists from Insert menu.
Create new slide or click on previous slide from slide panel in which you want to add the text or other object.
Normally in new Slide Two placeholders are displayed, one for a slide title, and one for slide text.
Click on Title placeholder and Write the Title.
Now click on other placeholder to write other contents.
If you have blank slide or you want to add more Placeholder then click on the insert menu.
Select Text box from text group.
Draw the text box in your slide.
Write the contents in your text box.
You can also insert other object such as a picture, table, or chart.
There are different views you can use to look at your PowerPoint presentation and each one has its advantages over the others. The default view in PowerPoint is normal view.
Normal view is the main editing view, where you write and design your presentations. In this View slide pan display on left side where you can see the thumbs of you all slide. When you click on any slide it will be display on the right side.
Slide Sorter View:
Slide Sorter view gives you a view of your slides in thumbnail form. This view makes it easy for you to sort and organize the sequence of your slides as you create your presentation, and then also as you prepare your presentation for printing.
Notes Page view:
The Notes Page view enables you to view your speaker notes in a page view. Each slide created contains its own Notes Page. You can print these pages out to use as a reference while delivering the presentation.
The Notes page view have two part one contain the slide and other contain the notes box.
Slide Show View:
Use Slide Show view to deliver your presentation to your audience. Slide Show view occupies the full computer screen, exactly like an actual presentation. In this view, you see your presentation the way your audience will. You can see how your graphics, timings, movies, animated effects, and transition effects will look during the actual presentation.
This is a great place to start writing your content, to capture your ideas, plan how you want to present them, and move slides and text around. The Outline tab shows your slide text in outline form.
When you open PowerPoint, you’ll see some built-in themes and templates. A theme is a slide design that contains matching colors, fonts, and special effects like shadows, reflections, and more.
On the Design menu select the theme from given theme galleries. (In Office 10 File tab of the Ribbon, select New, and then choose a theme).
On the Insert tab, do one of the following:
You can put helpful facts and notes in the speaker notes, and refer to them as you present.
To open the notes pane, at the bottom of the window, click Notes notes button in PowerPoint .
Click inside the Notes pane below the slide, and begin typing your notes.
When you create a custom show in PowerPoint, you can adjust a presentation for different audiences. Use a custom show to present only certain slides from your presentation, or to create a hyperlink to a group of slides in your presentation.
To create a Custom Slideshow in PowerPoint 2007
In PowerPoint presentation, you can hide certain slides to customize the presentation for different audiences. For example, you may have a slide containing 10 slides and you want to hide some slide when presenting to a specific audience.
To hide slides in a PowerPoint 2007 in presentation:
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